The recognition and protection of women’s equal rights to use, access and control land are crucial for women’s empowerment, increased food production, healthy families and better-educated children. However, systematic structures of oppression are often expressed through land relations.
This event presented stories, film and photography from successful grassroots movements in Africa and the Netherlands on women’s rights to land. Our speakers discussed their experiences and the lessons we can learn from the role of local champions and the importance of building movements and international solidarity.
This report is an impression of the Gender Justice: Equal Land Rights for Women Dialogue. It provides a summary of the 4 speakers, the presentations, their key insights, and the debates from the dialogue.
Please find here the Gender Justice: Equal Land Rights for Women Dialogue Report.