Land and Conflict

Conversations on climate activism & indigenous rights -with Judy K

As the world grapples with the consequences of environmental degradation and the urgent need for sustainable solutions, the voices and actions of young individuals have risen to the forefront of this global movement. Simultaneously, indigenous communities, with their deep connection to the land and traditional knowledge, have long been stewards of the Earth, fighting for their rights and the preservation of their ancestral territories. 

How many more tweets to END forced Evictions?

On May 16th 2020 just like most Kenyans, I learned about the Kariobangi forced evictions through twitter. My friend and I had a very emotional chit chat about it and left it at that. But not before we liked, retweeted a couple of tweets from the hashtags, #KariobangiEvictions, #justisticeforKariobangi etc. Local and International dailies wrote …

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Register community land to reduce pasture & water conflicts

Current status Violent conflicts over land and natural resource plague these arid counties during dry seasons. They result mainly from competition for access to pasture and water. Therefore, recognizing and registering community land rights will assist in addressing pasture and water conflicts. Pastoralists Land Tenure System Community land is predominantly but not limited to the …

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