African land corruption and its impact explored in webinar

Corruption Watch’s work in helping to expose and address corruption in the land sector is part of an international research project on how corruption affects the most marginalised of our communities in this regard. The project, overseen by Transparency International, has resulted in the recent release on 19 April 2024 of a report, This Beautiful Read more >

Corruption, discrimination and land rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

Source: Transparency International The rising demand for land due to the global food crisis, climate change, rising sea levels, desertification, and extreme weather events, all limit its availability and accessibility. As global crises exacerbate inequalities, people who experience discrimination see their land rights affected the most. An earlier 2021 report by the Equal Rights Trust Read more >