This learning exchange is being co-organized by the Coalition for Tenure Justice in Indonesia, the Tenure Facility, the International Land Coalition (ILC) and Samdhana Institute who will bring together selected partners, members and allies working to advance communities’ tenure security.
The overall objective is to get together to listen, learn, inspire, discuss, and coordinate on how to best advance different aspects of tenure security. In particular, to exchange experiences on effective ways to enhance the inclusion of women/ youth/ marginalized groups in securing tenure rights.
This event includes a two-day field visit to local and/or Indigenous communities either in Bali or in East Java, followed by three days of seminars, dialogues and workshops in Bali.
The local hosts in Indonesia have identified the below as relevant to the national process to which they ask all participants to contribute.
- Women's leadership
- Community mapping
- Land use planning
- Community-based conservation
- Livelihood programs
- Next-generation leadership development
- Any other work of priority for secure tenure
This learning exchange is part of the preparation process for the National Tenure Conference organized in August 2023 by the Coalition for Tenure Justice in Indonesia. For all those who come, the learning week will be a great opportunity to learn from Indonesia and contribute to the process leading up to the National Conference. Several organizations join hands driven by the same vision to support peer-to-peer exchange among Asia civil society.
The event is one of the three Regional Exchanges planned by Tenure Facility for 2023 to facilitate sharing and learning between partner organizations. As for ILC Asia, the event offers an opportunity to learn about the progress and challenges of strengthening youth leadership as an important aspect of social inclusion in Indonesia. It will feed into ILC Asia’s work on youth in the years to come. Finally, for Samdhana, the event is an important moment to bring together its partners and support learning in the region.