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
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Link: http://celada.ca/

This website is published in English. It is full of news and tools for counteracting Land Grabbing, agribusiness, land and water access and human rights in agriculture. The website is an institutional tool of a Canadian organization consisting of a group of activists and professors that they want to sensitize the politics and the civil society on topic as land grabbing, and sustainable small and family agricultural activities. Indeed, Celada promotes sustainable investments in agriculture and free access to water and land for indigenous people. In this website, you can find news regarding good practices in agriculture, but also regarding large-scale investments that they damage human rights. Especially you can find reports and news regarding investment in agriculture which are cases of land grabbing. An archive provides the previous publications. Celada website is specialized in land, agricultural, human rights connected to land and law. The authors are professors or activists. Therefore, we consider the website trustworthy, but we did have no direct experience or collaboration (Andrea Lanari). 

Self-presentation can be found at Celada website, section we are – About us and Home.

About Us

CELADA is comprised of a group of Canadian activists, academics and development professionals, many of various African Diasporas, who are deeply concerned with the state of land rights in Africa. The idea for the Coalition began after its founding members hosted a high-level round table event entitled “The Scramble for African Land, Water and Resources”. This sold-out event gained significant attention.

CELADA – An International Coalition

The majority of African populations are heavily reliant on agriculture, often in a smallholder subsistence farming capacity where land and water access, management and ownership directly impact their livelihoods. Despite this, political leaders of many African countries, in partnership with foreign investors and national elites, are “grabbing” prime agricultural land along with rights to extract oil, gas, mineral reserves and unlimited use of water. In this process African farmers and pastoralists are being displaced from their land and thus their livelihoods, making it almost impossible for them to feed themselves and prosper as a result. CELADA is an international coalition that seeks to end this social injustice and promote equitable agricultural development for the African people.