Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità<br /> del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
1-. Grain3-. La Via Campesina – International Peasants’ Mouvement2-. Farmlandgrab - The global rush for farmland & the people’s struggle against it4-. Oakland Institute5-. A Global call to Action on Community & Land resource rights6-. All Africa7-. EBG Capital, Environmental Investment8-. Fahamu – Network for Social Justice9-. Food crisis & the global land-grabbing, or farmlandgrab10-. Down to Earth (DTE)11-. Green Prophet12-. Institute for Development Studies (IDS)13-. The International Food & Agricultural Trade Policy Council (IFAT)14-. Mostly_Water: A selection of 'Canadian' and International News.15-. Pambazuka News – Pan-African voices for Freedom and Justice16-. Forest Peoples Programme (FPP)17-. Friends of the Earth International18-. PAN AP. Advancing food sovereignty, genre justice and environmental sustainability. 19-. Re:Common. 20-. SlowFood21-. SociolingoAfrica. An eclectic mix of items about social issues in Africa.22-. UN Principle Responsible Investment (UNPRI)23-. The Transnational Institute (TNI) A worldwide fellowship of scholar activists24-. TradeMark Southern Africa25-. World Future Society26-. EuropAfrica – Terre contadine27-. Africa Land Grab Conference 28-. ReAct29-. Stand for Land30-. Land Rights Now 31-. London Mining Network32-. Future Agricultures Consortium (FAC)33-. Agrarian Trust34-. Land and Poverty Conference 35-. European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) 36-. The World Bank37-. International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)38-. Transnationinstitute (TNI)39-. Land Portal40-. Foundation Gabriel Péri41-. Global Witness42-. FIAN International43-. ICCO Cooperation44-. Hands on the land45-. CNCD 11.11.1146-. Columbia Centeron Sustainable Investment47-. FICCI48-. World Forum on Access to Land 49-. IAMO50-. Global Peasants Rights51-. Land Governance for Equitable and Sustainable Development - LANDac52-. Celada53-. Plateforme pour une agriculture socialement durable54-. Global AgInvesting55-. Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment56-. Terraproject57-. Down on Earth

21-. SociolingoAfrica. An eclectic mix of items about social issues in Africa.

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21-. SociolingoAfrica. An eclectic mix of items about social issues in Africa.



The self presentation as “An eclectic mix of items about social issues in Africa” is not deceptive at all. There is no section on land grabbing or related issues, but nevertheless a good research motor gives you the possibilities of reach some good article in land grabbing and other related topics. To be aware also of what is clearly stated:  this site is only about Africa & tries to present positive stories, it focuses on subjects that are not covered by others & its purpose of sharing useful information. Not all information thus is trustworthy, above all because as the author of the blog confesses “To help pay hosting fees I have signed up for Amazon Affiliates” (Jpic-jp)

Self presentation

A bit about Sociolingo Africa Sociolingo Africa is run by me, Maggie. I’m a sociolinguist with a PhD in education. I’ve worked in a number of African countries and in the UK. This site has grown out of my own interest and experience in Africa and I hope you find something here that interests you. I actively seek positive stories because I want to keep a positive focus for the blog. I also like to focus on subjects that are not covered by others. My own interests are very broad and not all the posts on this site reflect my own opinion. I’m proud to be hosted by DreamHost, an ethical company owned by its workers, and I am really grateful for the set-up help from Ninja Blog Set Up


I use a huge range of sources in this blog including information from loads of newsletters and RSS feeds. I usually include short snippets from websites and newsletters in order to bring the attention of my readers to useful information. I always try and state explicitly the source of information. If you find information from your site on this blog and you object to the use of snippets from your website, please contact me and I will remove the item from the blog and stop using your website as a source.


I would like to thank everyone who sends me information to include on the blog, or who corrects any mistake. Thank you too for all the comments you send in. I read and approve each comment. I only check comments for content and I don’t correct spelling and grammar although comments that include vulgar language or libellous content are rejected. I use spam controls and posts from spam bots are rejected. If you think your comment has been unfairly rejected please contact me.

The Legal Bit

This blog is produced for the purpose of sharing useful information. I make no warranty, express or implied, of its completeness and therefore assume no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, reliability or usefulness of any information.

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