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Learning Calendar

Take a look at upcoming learning opportunities. Click on the tabs to know more.

ONGOING | 2020 trainings with the Civil Society Academy

The Civil Society Academy offers a diverse range of trainings and tailor-made services for personal and organisational growth. Trainings target social pioneers, activists, civil society leaders and development enthusiasts.

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ONGOING | Call for ilc members to host research interns

In the framework of a partnership between ILC and LANDac (the Netherlands Land Academy), Wageningen University & Research (WUR) is accepting applications from ILC members interested to host self-funded Master students to do research work and write their thesis.

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APRIL 27 - MAY 26 | COURS EN LIGNE: L’ACCAPAREMENT DES TERRES ET SES RÉPONSES

AGTER et la ILC invitent les membres d’organisations paysannes et de la société civile, professionnels du développement, chercheurs, journalistes, étudiants et toutes les personnes intéressées à participer à un cours en ligne pour analyser les phénomènes d’accaparement des terres dans le monde, en comprendre la nature et travailler ensemble à la construction de réponses face à la menace qu’ils constituent pour nous tous.

Appel à venir prochainement.

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MAY | Online course "Land grabbing and land concentration" [English]

In partnership with AGTER, ILC is offering ILC members and other land actors a series of e-learning courses in French, Spanish and English. These trainings aim to equip participants with the tools, case studies and theoretical frameworks they need to understand the issues at stake and engage in well-informed discussions on strategies and solutions.

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MAY | ILC WEBINAR "The challenge of protecting community land rights"

Following the publication of "The Challenge of Protecting Community Land Rights: An Investigation into Community Responses to Requests for Land and Resources" by NAMATI, this webinar aims to educate land rights advocates, government officials, funders, policy makers, etc. about the complexities of how best to support communities to authentically decide whether or not they will share their lands with government agencies, international investors, and national elites.

It will also identify the ways in which powerful actors fail to get genuine FPIC, and explore strategies to ensure against bad faith land claims by those with power, money, and access to state force.

This webinar is part of the 2020 ILC Webinar Series. More details will be published as soon as available.

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JUN 9-19 | TRAINING ON SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENTS IN AGRICULTURE

CCSI’s Executive Training on Sustainable Investments in Agriculture provides an interdisciplinary approach to addressing the challenges and opportunities of agricultural investments. The program is designed to equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to address some of the key challenges posed by international investments in agriculture, and to encourage a rich dialogue about practices from around the globe.

Apply until February 28

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JULY | ONLINE COURSE "LAND GRABBING AND LAND CONCENTRATION" [SPANISH]

In partnership with AGTER, ILC is offering ILC members and other land actors a series of e-learning courses in French, Spanish and English. These trainings aim to equip participants with the tools, case studies and theoretical frameworks they need to understand the issues at stake and engage in well-informed discussions on strategies and solutions.

More details soon.

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NOV | ILC WEBINAR "LAND INEQUALITY: AN ILC RESEARCH INITIATIVE"

After the launch of the ILC Land Inequality Synthesis Report and 19 associated papers (in September 2020), this webinar aims at raising further awareness on the key messages and findings deriving from the research, summarised in ILC’s manifesto on land inequality. Invited speakers will be selected among the authors of the released studies and other experts on land inequality, especially in connection with global crises in today’s world such as climate change, democracy crisis, migration. The webinar will also present and discuss with participants the use of the land inequality research in support of advocacy operations and campaigns.

This webinar is part of the 2020 ILC Webinar Series. More details will be published as soon as available.

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opportunities you may have missed

FEB 20 | WEBINAR "Building a Land Information Ecosystem in India" (LP)

What is the potential of an information ecosystem for unleashing land rights of communities, tribes, women and others? What actions are necessary? How can we move towards a culture of collaboration rather than duplication? Learning from others rather than reinventing the wheel? The webinar will identify the most urgent challenges ahead, and key areas that may result in progress.

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FEB 27 | WEBINAR "ENABLING VOICES, DEMANDING RIGHTS" (OXFAM, IISD)

This webinar will present a brief introduction of the guide by Oxfam and IISD "Enabling Voices, Demanding Rights: A guide to gender-sensitive community engagement in large scale land-based investment". It will begin with an overview of the key steps in agriculture-related land investments, defining what community engagement looks like in that context. The second half of the webinar will highlight emerging evidence and provide examples from the tool’s pilot phase, seeing how the tool can be adapted and applied.

More information on IISD website

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