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Forum Mondial pour l'Accès à la Terre 2016

Visitez le site de l’événement : http://landaccessforum.org/fr/

puce The World Forum on Access to Land celebrates its 1 year

The 31 of March 2016, the Global Assembly of the WFAL was beginning on the campus of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, for three days of works and debates within plenary sessions and workshops. That’s why we (re)invite you to consult : The WFAL final report here The thirteen workshops sinthesis here The interviews of more than 30 participants of the WFAL (...)

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puce Synthesis of WFAL workshops are now available !

The synthesis of the 13 workshops of the WFAL world meeting are now available in English on the WFAL website. Each synthesis includes around 2 pages of text, and the list of the speakers, moderators and rapporteurs who participated to the workshop. The list of participants is not always exhaustive. We ask people whose names do not appear in these lists to contact the following address to enable us to complete them: secretariat@landaccessforum.org The synthesis have been written by the (...)

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puce Land Grabbing and Land Concentration in EUROPE. WFAL - CESE Meeting. (Nov. 2015) Brief summary of the main issues raised by the participants.

puce Final report from the WFAL 2016 global assembly

Thank you for contributing to the WFAL 2016 Global Assembly ! Please find attached below the final report from the World Forum on Access to Land and Natural Resources 2016 : Final report WFAL 2016 The process of clarifying and implementing forum participants’ proposals has now begun. We will be sharing forum reports that cover the entirety of forum discussions, and the proposals that came out of them, in coming weeks. We must continue to share ideas, build alliances, and take action! (...)

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puce Why should we reserve access to land to small farmers? A short pedagogical video prepared for the World Forum on Access to Land (Valencia - 2016)

puce On the way to the World Forum on Access to Land. Discussions will take place between March 31st and April 2nd, 2016, on the campus of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain.

The WFAL global assembly will unite as many representatives as possible from the three major categories of signatories. There will be a large number of farmers’ organizations as well as urban and rural civil society organizations (in particular, organizations that are focused on gender and on youth). The forum is of course open to any and all organizations or individuals interested in participating, as long as they respect the WFAL’s mission and the discussion rules laid out by International (...)

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puce Send us your input in preparation for the WFAL-2016 global assembly ! Opening of regional discussion phase

Over the next four months, we will be holding regional discussions. Information collected during these regional discussions will form the basis for regional diagnostic reports and help us to identify key discussion topics and appropriate courses of action before the global assembly begins! We have set a date for the global assembly: discussions will take place between March 31st and April 2nd, 2016, on the campus of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. The regional discussion (...)

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puce WFAL Workshops on land and natural resource access at the World Social Forum 2015, Tunis

AGTER and CERAI are in charge of the WFAL permanent secretariat, and represent the organizations and individuals who have signed the call to organize the WFAL (see landaccessforum.org, list and signatures). They will be moderating two workshops at the 2015 World Social Forum: WFAL Workshop – 1. Land and natural resource grabbing: state of the situation Thursday 26 of March, 15h00 - 17h30 (Quartier Planète, Reading room SLB) What kinds of land and natural resource grabbing exist today, and (...)

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puce Access to Land in India. Engagement of Ekta Parishad with the WFAL 2016. World Social Forum. Tunis, March 2015

Ramesh Sharma on behalf of the Indian organisation Ekta Parishad during the WFAL workshop - World Social Forum Tunis 2015 (part 1) Ramesh Sharma on behalf of the Indian organisation Ekta Parishad during the WFAL workshop - World Social Forum Tunis 2015 (part 2)

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CALL Ten years after the World Forum on Agrarian Reform WFAR (Valencia, 2004), followed by the International Conference on Agrarian Reform and Rural Development ICCARD (Porto Alegre, 2006), and now in the International Year of Family Farming we, the signatories of this call, emphasize the need to gather different social actors and institutions in an open debate to further the discussion and improve poor farmers’ access to land, water and natural resources. The current situation - (...)

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