Organiser(s): International Land Coalition (ILC) and Oxfam.
In most countries, land inequality is growing. Land inequality is central to many other forms of inequality related to wealth, power, gender, health, and environment and is fundamentally linked to contemporary global crises of democratic decline, climate change, global health security and pandemics, mass migration, unemployment, and intergenerational injustice. This session, based on the recently published ‘Uneven ground’ report and broader work of ILC members on inequality, endeavours to provide a broader context of the world inequality crisis; shed new light on the scale and speed of the growing trends of the land inequality crisis; show how this land inequality crisis is related to other inequalities and to broader crises our planet is confronted to; analyse potential solutions of land inequality, and what these imply for the other inequalities and broader crises, offering a potential pathway to change.
02-07-2021 13:30 -14:45Hosted by: Barbara Codispoti
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