Pastoral Women’s Council (Tanzania)
The Pastoral Women's Council is a community-based organisation which works with pastoralist and agro-pastorialist women in the Ngorongoro and Longido Districts of the Arusha region, in north-eastern Tanzania. PWC's website contains a wealth of information, links and publications related to their work and the situation of pastoralists in northern Tanzania more generally.
LandMark: A Global Platform of Indigenous and Community Lands
LandMark is a dynamic, online mapping platform that provides critical information on the collective land and natural resource rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities around the world. The global platform supports local livelihoods and well-being by increasing the visibility of indigenous and community lands and presenting crucial information on the state of land rights (World Resources Institute, Rights & Resources Initiative et al).
From rainforest to your cupboard: the real story of palm oil - interactive
You wash with it, you brush with it, you toast it, it’s in 50% of what you buy – but what’s the real story of palm oil? Use the interactive below to trace the journey of palm oil from the rainforest through to your kitchen cupboard (Guardian, 2014).
Toolkit on Indigenous Women’s Rights in Africa
Forest Peoples Programme has created this toolkit, comprising 11 information notes, to help indigenous women in Africa to better understand the African human rights system and how to use it effectively to secure their rights (FPP, 2015).
El Buen Vivir and The Commons: A Conversation Between Gustavo Soto Santiesteban and Silke Helfrich
A conversation between Gustavo Soto Santiesteban, a Bolivian researcher and consultant on indigenous issues and Silke Helfrich, an author and commons activist, about the indigenous notion of buen vivir and the commons. Featured in The Wealth of the Commons: A World Beyond Market and State.