The right to land and territory means that peoples and communities should have the right to access and use the land, ensuring community development, and the restitution of lands which have been illegally expropriated.

CIFCA promotes policies and actions that guarantee and protect communities’ right to land and territory in line with international rules and standards.

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This Monday 14/05/2018 marks the start of the European tour that will take members of the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) to some of the main European capitals, to denounce the lack of recognition of indigenous c...

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The European networks CIFCA, Grupo Sur, APRODEV and ALOP have produced an infography on land grabbing by EU economic actors in Latin America, its impact on the communities and the role that the EU should play to ensure that human rights are respected. Lan...

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