Tag: Women’s Land Rights

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Webinar- What works for women? A panel sharing findings on the effectiveness of interventions to improve women’s land tenure security in Kenya, Sierra Leone, and Kyrgyzstan.

Resource Equity supports new research on interventions to advance women’s land and resource rights, particularly asking the question of whether particular interventions are effective at improving women’s land tenure security. Our aim was to hear from local researchers on the projects that were of interest to them on this question and to learn how they […]

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Women’s Land Right Institute – Building What Works for Women in Kenya

Why do land rights for women matter?  In this blog post, Winny Chepkemoi of Kenya Land Alliance explains, drawing on her personal experience and the experiences of the women she works with. Winny spoke to us while she was taking part in the Women’s Land Rights Institute’s inaugural course on best practices for securing women’s […]

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Impacts of Resettlement on Women’s Land Tenure Security in Lao PDR

With support of a grant from Resource Equity,  Social Development Alliance Association  conducted research titled “Impacts of Resettlement on Women’s land Tenure Security in Lao PDR. This research was commissioned as part of Resource Equity’s initiative to support new research and evidence on the question of the effectiveness of land tenure reforms to improve women’s […]

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August 2021 Bulletin

In this bulletin, we’ll cover mining revenues and women’s involvement in deciding how they are used. We discuss whether it is necessary to mandate joint titling to protect joint ownership rights. You’ll also learn a bit more about the ongoing success of Resource Equity’s Women’s Land Rights Institute, and the customized courses we offer. And […]

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Women’s Land Rights Institute – Informing Field Work in Liberia

Vivienne Francis is a Gender Officer with Action for Community Transformation (ACT), a community empowerment NGO in Liberia. She joined the inaugural course with the Women’s Land Rights Institute to gain a broader perspective on what’s effective when it comes to securing women’s access to land. As the course got underway, Vivienne spoke to us […]

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Exploring Gendered Wellbeing in Slum Resettlement Project in Odisha,India

With support of a grant from Resource Equity, Gautam Prateek, Aathira Krishnan and Pranamesh Kar conducted research titled “Exploring Gendered Wellbeing in Slum Resettlement Project in Odisha, India”. This research was commissioned as part of Resource Equity’s initiative to support new research and evidence on the question of the effectiveness of land tenure reforms to […]

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To What Extent Have Judicial and Non-Judicial Rulings Translated to the Success of Women’s Land Tenure in Western Kenya

With support of a grant from Resource Equity, David Okeyo conducted research titled “To What Extent Have Judicial and Non-Judicial Rulings Translated to the Success of Women’s Land Tenure in Western Kenya”. This research was commissioned as part of Resource Equity’s initiative to support new research and evidence on the question of the effectiveness of […]

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How Effective is the Promotion of Women’s Customary Land Rights in Improving Women’s Land Tenure Security in Sierra Leone?

With support of a grant from Resource Equity, Joseph Rahall, Yannick Wild, Ibrahim Guy and Godknows Maremera conducted research titled How Effective is the Promotion of Women’s Customary Land Rights in Improving Women’s Land Tenure Security in Sierra Leone? This research was commissioned as part of Resource Equity’s initiative to support new research and evidence […]

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We’re Hiring

We’re excited to share information of a new position at Resource Equity: Gender and Land Tenure Specialist.  Please take a look and contact us at Hr@resourceequity.org if you’re interested, and forward along to a colleague or friend if you know they’d be a good fit. Gender and Land Tenure Specialist (Junior, Mid, or Senior) Resource Equity is […]

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