Speaker Series: Land, Law, and Global Poverty
Come learn about one of the most effective and transformative tools in addressing the root causes of global poverty: secure land rights. Join Landesa's rotating panel of international law and development experts for an inspiring, informative, and engaging discussion on the role law and land play in empowering millions of families around the world.
“These lands are our livelihoods. From these lands we were able to harvest resources. The land belonged to us, the water belonged to us. From this, we were able to live. When we had land we felt free.” — Mansa Ram, local leader in Kayarakhet Village, Udaipur, India
Landesa is an international development non-profit organization championing secure land rights for the world's poorest people and promoting social justice. For over 50 years, Landesa has worked to secure land rights for more than 180 million families around the globe. A recipient of the Hilton Humanitarian Prize and the LUI Che Woo Prize for Betterment of the Welfare of Mankind, Landesa was ranked the #10 NGO in the World in 2019 by NGO Advisor.
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