Training course on women’s land rights

We are posting this news shared by the Association for Land Reform and Development (ALRD).

Group exercises of the participants on the rights of the women in property according to inheritance law. Photo: ALRD

Group exercises of the participants on the rights of the women in property according to inheritance law. Photo: ALRD

On 21-26 November 2015, ALRD organized a training course on Women Land Rights and Access to Khas Land under the National Engagement Strategy (NES) supported by the International Land Coalition (ILC) in Dhaka. Twenty two representatives from 12 different partner organizations participated in the training.

The training course was to educate partner organizations and their beneficiaries on women’s right to land and other resources. Participants committed to disseminate the lessons learned to the beneficiaries and stakeholders in their respective working areas. They will also undertake advocacy creating pressure on the government and policy makers for proper implementation of international instruments and conventions ratified by the State regarding women rights including the safeguards stated in the Bangladesh Constitution.

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A regional NGO association with members and partners from 14 Asian countries working on access to land, agrarian reforms & rural develop

Posted on December 11, 2015, in Access to Land Issues, ALRD, Bangladesh, women's land rights. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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