Land Tenure and Social Equity
Securing land tenure rights and promoting social equity and inclusion
Insecure community land rights threaten the livelihoods and well-being at least 2 billion, 25% of the world’s people. Securing land tenure and community land rights can accelerate a just rural transition by supporting continued sustainable land use and biodiversity protection, improving rural livelihoods, and protecting the rights of Indigenous and local communities.
In recognition of the importance of land tenure, social equity and inclusion, JRT Secretariat has established a specialised Working Group, bringing together leading experts from organisations and initiatives. The Working Group aims to promote effective collaboration, provide strategic advice to the JRT’s policy and investment workstreams, and co-develop knowledge products to support the JRT’s outreach and engagement.
providing specific, actionable recommendations for national-scale policy makers to consider how commitments to land tenure reform on the national and international levels can be part of their activities to support the SDGs and climate goals.
in the run up to the UN Food Systems Summit, UN Convention on Combatting Desertification (UNCCD COP15), and UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP26).
to integrate land tenure rights within their solutions towards food systems transformation
Land Tenure In a Just Rural Transition: Restoring our Relationships to Land and Natural Resources
If you are interested in contributed to this workstream, please contact Hanna Khalil at firstname.lastname@example.org.