Tenure Facility’s blogs are about people and communities, and represent the broad range of knowledge and opinions contained within the indigenous land rights family. We aim to give a platform to everyone from external experts to close collaborators, from indigenous representatives to members of our own team. The blogs are personal in nature, and the views expressed in these pages do not necessarily reflect those held by the Tenure Facility.

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November 29th, 2023

COP28 is a wake-up call to support indigenous communities

As world leaders prepare for the 28th UN Conference of the Parties during times of war and human suffering, there appears to be little hope for a breakthrough on tackling the planet’s increasingly devastating climate challenges.
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September 25th, 2023

Indigenous youth defenders – Ecuador’s hope for inclusive and just social change

Indigenous young people are taking the lead in the promotion of collective rights and in the empowerment of their communities through the use of social media and other tools.
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June 29th, 2023

Five young friends from Bali on a journey for land rights

Childhood friends sought a future at sea but returned home instead. Read the story they shared at the Tenure Facility's Asia Learning Exchange of how building and sharing knowledge can strengthen a community.
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July 2nd, 2021

“We are at last being recognised as embodying sustainable development”: Indigenous People and nature

More must be done to support Indigenous Peoples to play the role of forest guardians. Not just for them, but for the whole world, writes Joan Carling
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