Based on fieldwork in Uganda, our Starting with Women Approach provides a comprehensive toolkit designed to ensure women’s voices are heard. Newly updated! 24 tools.
Nothing as Beautiful as Working for Women’s Land Rights
Eunice Nabakwa was a member of our Women Land Rights Institute April 2022 cohort. Learn more about her experiences in women and land rights.
LandWise Updates – May 2022
We’ve added several new laws and legal updates to our comprehensive library of women land rights.
Do Certificates of Customary Ownership as Currently Issued & Delivered Translate into More Secure Land Rights for Women and Men
Mobilizing Change for Women Within Collective Tenure Regimes
What Works for Women?
An Impressive Combination – Advocacy and Inclusive Education
Findings from the Starting With Women Project in Uganda
Dispatch From the Field: Starting With Women in Uganda
International Women’s Day and the Power of Women in Groups
I recently traveled to the highlands of Peru. Every woman I met there seemed to be doing something with wool: spinning it, or knitting or crocheting skirts, sweaters, and scarves. I was fascinated by the activity, as a sometimes knitter myself, but when I asked to take pictures of them they reacted with confusion at my interest. In their minds, they were not doing anything remarkable or picture worthy, just the daily work they needed to get done. I see this everywhere I go. Women are almost always working, even if I’m distracting them by gathering them for group discussions, […]