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ILC’s country-level work is implemented through National Engagement Strategies (NES) , where the ILC, together with its national members, is establishing and strengthening multi-stakeholder platforms on land governance and joint strategies for partnership to enable systematic change at country-level. NES is defined by the ILC Roadmap for 2016-2021 as follows: “NES as a consultative platform brings together ILC members and other stakeholders with a medium-long term perspective, in order to create a force that increases possibilities for political change.” Community Self-reliance Centre (CSRC) hosts the secretariat of NESNepal. NES-Nepal is represented by Six organizations namely: Abhiyan Nepal, College of Development Studies (CDS), Community Self-reliance Center (CSRC),Consortium for Land Research and Policy Dialogue (COLARP), MODE Nepal and National Land Rights Forum (NLRF). The overall aim of NES is to influence policy decisions, formulation, and implementation of land related policies and legal framework using the ILC’s 10 commitments to people-centered land governance as their compass, and the Voluntary Guidelines for Land Tenure (VGGTs) as a key benchmark.ILC’s country-level work is implemented through National Engagement Strategies (NES) , where the ILC, together with its national members, is establishing and strengthening multi-stakeholder platforms on land gove.. Read More

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