Informational material on ILC in Latin America and the Caribbean, its achievements, structure, national coalitions and regional platforms, working groups and strategic alliances, among others.
The largest network focused on land
The International Land Coalition (ILC) is a global alliance of civil society and intergovernmental organisations working together to achieve people-centred land governance (PCLG). ILC is composed of more than 300 members from a variety of backgrounds, in more than 60 countries, and in Latin America and the Caribbean is made up of 61 organisations working together through multi-stakeholder platforms in more than 20 countries.
It also works in coordination with global members with a presence in the region: UN and intergovernmental agencies such as IFAD, FAO and the World Bank, Oxfam, Trocaire, the World Rural Forum, among others, as well as with multiple partners outside the network.
OUR MEMBERS WORK TOGETHER AND BUILD STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN SUPPORT OF PEOPLE LIVING ON AND FROM THE LAND.
ILC IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Secure land rights for a more just, equitable and sustainable world