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ILC Rangelands Initiative–Global component

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Presented by Fiona Flintan at the International Land Coalition Rangelands Initiative Project Global Rangelands Gathering, Indonesia, 20 September 2018

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ILC Rangelands Initiative–Global component

  1. 1. ILC RANGELANDS INITIATIVE – GLOBAL COMPONENT Fiona Flintan 20th September 2018 Rangelands Initiative Global Gathering, Jakarta, Indonesia
  2. 2. Background • Global component established in 2016 as an off-shoot of Africa component, and as a result of demand from ILC members working on rangelands regiona/global. • Core partnership of ILRI, FAO-PKH, IFAD, UNEP, WRI, IUCN, ICARDA, CIRAD & Rangelands Partnership • ILRI responsible for the coordination of global component. • Global component works across two regional Rangelands Initiatives (Africa and Asia) and links with the Latin America Semi-Arids Platform. Reference Group – ILC rangelands members and partners. • Global component maintains a link with the ILC Secretariat, supporting them on rangeland issues; contributing generally to development of CBIs (commitment-based initiatives). ILC mailing list/slack.
  3. 3. Background Goal: Increased tenure security of local land and resource users in rangelands Objectives 1:To strengthen community of practice on rangelands-land issues at global level [CONNECT] Objective 2: To build the capacity of ILC members to mobilise and engage with decision-makers at global levels [MOBILISE] Objective 3: To influence changes in policy, legislation and global strategic frameworks [INFLUENCE]
  4. 4. Activities and achievements - Connecting • Participation in and contribution to the WB Conference on Land and Poverty • Development of a Land Portal Thematic Portfolio on Rangelands, Drylands and Pastoralism -drylands-pastoralism • Sharing of good practices, international conferences, etc. • Issue Papers, Research Papers, Manual, Blogs, E- Bulletin, Leaflets, Twitter, Flickr, Website
  5. 5. Activities and achievements - Influencing • Organisation of an e-discussion on Making Rangelands More Secure • Support to Learning Routes and south-south exchanges • Development of global indicators on land • International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists • “Who Owns the Rangelands?” • Global advocacy events for example at the Global Landscapes Forum in Nairobi – panel on rangelands
  6. 6. Activities and achievements - Mobilising • Expanding and strengthening the RI, and global membership • Supporting regional initiatives • Supporting international agencies and partners – IFAD Pastoralist Toolkit, PKH, • Supporting the ILC Secretariat • UNEP Gap Analysis • Development of a proposal on VGGTs Technical Guide
  7. 7. Key activities for rest of year and into next • Rangelands Global Gathering September 2018, BOS x 2 on Rangelands/S-A Initiative, and Arab lands. • Global Landscapes Forum (December) • RI-global rangelands planning meeting in Rome on 19-20th November, combined with IFAD launch of Pastoralist Toolkit, and FAO-PKH partners meeting. • Establishment of working group for development of land indicators for pastoral lands, plus others • Support proposal for FAO-VGGTs • Further development of website, maps, statement etc. • Support West Africa and MENA rangelands Initiative development and others • Support launch International Decade of Family Farming • Languages – translation to Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic,
  8. 8. What do we need from the regions? • Active engagement in activities and working groups e.g. development of global land indicators. • Maps and/or documents on community lands and other tenure systems in rangelands for “Who Owns the Rangelands?” • Photos for Flickr site • Contributions of blogs, news articles etc. for website. • Issue papers, papers for WB conference etc. • Ideas for funding • Ideas for global processes to influence & engage in • Support provided to regional platforms – helps to make global and NES etc stronger.
  9. 9. This work is financed by International Land Coalition and partners It contributes to the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock Agri-food Systems and PIM Flagship 5 Acknowledgements
  10. 10. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. better lives through livestock ILRI thanks all donors and organizations who globally supported its work through their contributions to the CGIAR system