Securing Land and Property Rights for All

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Community land rights in the Community land rights in the "Zero Draft" of the Post-2015 Agenda (Eng - 2014) HOT
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The transformative potential of the Post-2015 development agenda/SDGs will depend on the extent to which they are able to address the structural factors that entrench continued poverty, human rights violations, gender inequality, exclusion, conflict, food insecurity and environmental degradation, among other issues.


Secure and equitable rights to land and natural resources have been flagged by many organizations as fundamental to the post-2015 agenda, and are reflected under several proposed goals in the OWG11 "zero draft." These include proposed goals on ending poverty, achieving food security, attaining gender equality, conserving and sustainably using marine resources, and conserving terrestrial ecosystems.


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