Report: An analysis on women’s land rights in the rural communities of Bangladesh

This assessment examines identification of legal and policy gaps regarding women’s access to land rights, social norms, and behavioral practices among different communities.

At COP27, a Call to Root Climate Action and Justice in Land Rights for Women and Rural Communities

In Bangladesh’s Sundarbans, life revolves around coastal mangrove forests. But as climate change effects worsen, livelihoods are under threat. Read about what global actors at COP27 can do amid the deepening climate crisis in a piece by ALRD's Moni Rowshan and Landesa's Rachel McMonagle.

Secure land rights offer an equitable solution in the face of the climate crisis

Rowshan Moni Jahan, ALRD Deputy Executive Director, explains the vital nature of inclusive land rights for Bangladesh’s climate resilience.

Women, Deeds, and Dirt: Confront the Climate Crisis, Uproot Gender Inequality (Recorded Event)

This event examines the intersection of women's land rights, sustainable land use, and the climate crisis by: highlighting the connection between gender-sensitive land rights reforms and climate change mitigation and adaptation, and discussing sustainable land use strategies related to women’s skills and knowledge, such as in water and agriculture.