Land rights explained in one minute

    by Land Rights Now
    Thursday, 12 May 2016 18:36 BST

Alvaro Badillo, a local of Caimanes, cleans his hands with Palqui, a medicinal plant, at a native forest at the Pupio estuary, near a tailings dam for the Los Pelambres mine at Caimanes town in El Mauro valley, April 1, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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Global land rights issues explained in just one minute.

It is part of "Land Rights Now," a global coalition of organisations including NGOs Oxfam, Rights and Resources Institute, and Forest Peoples Programme which aims to promote the land rights of indigenous peoples and local communities worldwide. 

The video highlights research that shows up to 2.5 billion people, including 370 million indigenous people, depend on land and natural resources that are managed collectively.

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