Land Rights

A Death on the Wild Coast: Murder and Mining in South Africa

Charlotte Allan | Posted 25.05.2017 | UK
Charlotte Allan

Global days of activism, such as today, therefore highlight the power of those who do have such facilities, in helping intimidated communities such as Xolobeni's in spreading the message of activism for them.

Secure Land Rights Are Crucial for Feeding Nine Billion People by 2050

Martin Koehring | Posted 18.04.2015 | UK
Martin Koehring

Feeding a growing global population of nine billion people by 2050 is one of the world's biggest challenges--especially in the context of rapid urbanisation, rising amounts of food waste and climate change. During one day of discussions senior executives from agribusiness, policymaking and the NGO community examined approaches to food and nutrition security.

Understanding Connections

Michael Rosenkrantz | Posted 18.09.2013 | UK
Michael Rosenkrantz

Nepal has become so integrated into my life that I see the country everywhere I look and I know that it continues to call me back in ways that will soon show themselves. The world is a large place, but I'm realizing, as I choose, that I'm connected no matter where I am.

Chile's Most Wanted

Rodrigo Vasquez | Posted 29.12.2012 | UK Entertainment
Rodrigo Vasquez

I chose Pascual Pichun to be the main character of my film because he has been a symbol of the Mapuche indigenous struggle since he was 17.

India's March for Justice

Sarah Filbey | Posted 08.12.2012 | UK
Sarah Filbey

Last week more than 50,000 landless poor people from all over India set off on a long walk to demand their rights to land and resources. Their journey will take them over 200 miles from the carved stone pillars demarcating the exit of Mela Exhibition Grounds in Gwalior, all the way down the national highway to India's national parliament in Delhi.