Land and Agrarian Rights Movement in Nepal Campaign Update (Volume-33) March 2013 Download
This expanded edition presents regional and country perspectives on access to land for the rural poor from the eight countries-Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines and Sri Lanka. It makes assessments of land reforms and their implementation, and the legal frameworks aRead Full Story
The Land Watch Asia campaign seeks to enhance access to and control of land through policy dialogue, capacity building, information sharing, and networking. Seven national campaign updates highlight the major interventions and achievements of the various campaigns from 2010 to 2011 in Bangladesh,Read Full Story
ANGOC’s latest Lok Niti journal, tackles current perspectives and initiatives on the “old” issues of poverty, food security and sustainable development. It features an analysis from several Asian countries on the challenges faced by small food producers, the search for a framework for sustaiRead Full Story
The land grabbing phenomenon is a serious threat to small food producers’ food security as well as land tenure security. This edition of Lok Niti features caselets of land grabbing in several Asian countries, most of which were drawn from the proceedings of a regional workshop on public-privateRead Full Story
Welcome to ANGOC's Knowledge Portal! This is a simple, searchable, and easy-to-use online library of articles, discussion papers, and publications produced by ANGOC and its partners. Here you will find an array of resources on: access to land and agrarian reform; sustainable agriculture and natural resources management; participatory governance; food security; tools; and sustainable development.
This monograph presents the outlines of an alternative theory and practice premised on the idea that the sustainability crisis is a direct consequence of development’s contribution to disintegration. The disintegration is characterized by traces of human species becoming alienated from its spiritual connection to nature and community. The alternative theory presented herein offers sustainable social [...]
The photos in this material was from the Photo Essay Exhibit on Land Use in the Philippines titled Yuta: Limitadong Kabtangan (Land: A Limited Resource) showcased at the Senate of the Philippines Building Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City on January 21-31, 2013 Organized by Campaign for Land Use Policy (CLUP Now!) Supported by Office of Senator [...]