Landless quake victims missing out as Nepal rebuilds, Oxfam says
Thousands deprived of funds to rebuild because they do not own land or cannot prove they owned the land where they lived
Peruvian potato farmer is among six Goldman environmental prize winners
Peruvian farmer's five-year land rights campaign eventually led to suspension of $4.8 billion mining project
FEATURE - Maasai winner of environment prize protects land from 'grabbers'
"Some people call this land a 'conservation area', but for me and my family this is our home" - Edward Loure, Maasai community leader
UK Land Registry privatisation plan weakens drive on corruption-experts
Public opposition to the proposal has been growing, marked by the launch of a petition and a campaign
Scotland moves against wealthy gentry dominating land
"Scotland's land grabs took place a couple of hundred years ago... now communities are trying to get some balance of ownership"
Myanmar's new government inherits problems and promise of special economic zones
Are special economic zones in Myanmar rewarding investors, and not the communities displaced to make way for them?
FEATURE-India's tribes and lower castes demand legal right to shelter, land
Thousands gathered in the capital this week to demand a law guaranteeing the rural poor the right to shelter
Mind the gap - Uganda, Ethiopia show good laws don't always work in practice
in Uganda, where some 80 percent of the population holds land under customary tenure without formal recognition
Concerns over a scramble for resources quiet for now, says World Bank
Prior to 2015, large investors poured money into acquiring long-term access to mines and farmland
Female farmers in 90 nations face discriminatory land laws
Up to 30 percent of women have land access in eastern and southern Africa, under 10 percent in northern and central Africa