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  • Jun 18, 2018 · File
    Facts about Wild-Caught Fisheries & African Development
    The Facts about Wild-Caught Fisheries and African Development describes the role of wild-caught fisheries in food security, resilience and nutrition and presents opportunities and recommendations for intervening in wild-caught fisheries management to improve the livelihoods and food security of the… More
  • Jun 10, 2018 · File
    Americans with Disabilities Act Compliant Version of Acting on the Evidence
    Download this file for an accessible version of the interactive online resource to Evidence in Action. More
  • Jun 08, 2018 · File
    How Does Developing Enforcement Capacity Reduce Wildlife Crime?
    "How Does Developing Enforcement Capacity Reduce Wildlife Crime?" summarizes findings from the literature around four key assumptions about capacity building for enforcement and prosecution. Using the experiences and evidence summarized in this brief, program designers and implementing partners should be… More
  • Jun 08, 2018 · File
    The Role of Wild-Caught Fisheries in African Development
    This report on the role of wild-caught fisheries in African development focuses on small-scale fisheries in East and West Africa. The report describes the role of wild-caught fisheries in food security, resilience and nutrition and presents opportunities and recommendations for… More

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Power and Potential: Governments Fail to Protect Indigenous and Rural Women's Land Rights

A Comparative Analysis of National Laws and Regulations Concerning Women's Rights to Community Forests


Equal rights and opportunities for women are not only matters of justice and dignity. When women and girls have equal rights in law and practice, their communities and countries also benefit. Indigenous and rural women make up more than half of the 2.5 billion people who customarily own and use the world’s community lands, yet they have been largely absent from discussions of women’s property rights and broader development agendas.

A new analysis from RRI provides an unprecedented assessment of 80 legal frameworks regulating indigenous and rural women’s community forest rights in 30 developing countries comprising 78 percent of the developing world’s forests. .

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