The rise and rise of African feminists’ movements

The S4HL campaign was profiled by The Nation in a piece about current movements in Africa to safeguard women’s rights. The initiative’s global advocacy director Esther Mwaura Muiru said: “When women don’t own the land they live and work on, they become trapped in patriarchal systems that reinforce gender inequalities.”

A campaign to strengthen women’s land rights | TALK SHOW

Jimmy Ochom (Oxfam Uganda) and Doreen Kobusingye (National Land Coalition) were interviewed on NTV Uganda's live talk show about closing the implementation gap on women's land rights.

Ending land tenure system discrimination

Khadija Mrisho writes about the integral role that women farmers play in rural areas in Tanzania, and best practices for closing the implementation gap to achieve gender-equitable land rights.

The foundation for women’s empowerment, global food security and the eradication of poverty is beneath our feet

Beth Roberts, Landesa's Center for Women's Land Rights Director, explores the critical importance of securing women's land rights and provides an update on recent activities under the Stand For Her Land campaign.

Reuters: Coronavirus seen delaying justice for Iraqi women displaced by war

Landesa’s Chief of Advocacy and Stand For Her Land Secretariat, Jennifer Abrahamson is quoted in this recent article published by the Thomson Reuters Foundation which explains how the coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating the difficulties for Iraqi women displaced by war and how crises in general have this effect in countries where women’s land rights are not well established.