The Full Measure of Women’s Access to Property Rights in Uganda

June 22, 2018

How do we measure empowerment? As a concept, it is difficult to quantify. However, there are tangible things in life that make us feel secure in

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Un Proyecto de 2013 en Bolivia Para los Derechos a la Tierra de las Mujeres

June 14, 2018

Aproximación al proyecto El proyecto “Mejorando el acceso a la tierra urbana y derechos de propiedad de mujeres y familias excluidas en Bolivia” desarrollado en

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2013 Project for Womens Land Rights in Bolivia — Revisited in 2018

June 14, 2018

Approach The project "Improving Access to Urban Land and Property Rights of Excluded Women and Families in Bolivia", developed in the city of Cochabamba, strengthened

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Five things you probably did not know about land rights:

June 11, 2018

1. Women own significiantly less titled land than men worldwide . Despite the fact that women represent half the global population, produce the majority of

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Building Solid Ground in the EU

May 24, 2018

Because we believe that visibility leads to accountability, we want to hold governments accountable to the commitments they made with the adoption of the Sustainable Development

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Looking Back and Moving Forward

May 10, 2018

The Solid Ground campaign has officially reached its midway point. Since our launch on International Women’s Day in March 2016, our advocacy efforts have made a

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Building their own homes: How a community benefited from the work Habitat for Humanity India is doing

May 2, 2018

“My parents worked as daily wage laborers at our native Veeranamoor village in Villupuram district. One day, Maestri (another term for contractor) Muniamma came to our

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3 ways Habitat is celebrating World Creativity and Innovation Day

April 19, 2018

Every year World Creativity and Innovation Week is a chance for people around the world to see, generate, and achieve new things to make Earth a

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BlackFlat: Habitat for Humanity Hungary's campaign for affordable and secure rentals

April 5, 2018

In Hungary, tenants of private rental housing are exposed to significant tenure insecurity and unaffordability. Since 1993, private leases are loosely regulated by the state, and

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Taking a Stand Against Forceful Evictions

March 29, 2018

In Brazil, the International Tribunal for Evictions held its 7th session during the World Social Forum and called out human rights violations in evictions across the

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