FACTBOX-America's Crow Indians, the "children of the large-beaked bird"
The Crow Indians' Reservation has shrunk considerably since it was set up in 1851
America's Crow Reservation is home, not a ghetto or barrio, residents say
Members of America's Crow Indian tribe speak about how property is perceived in their culture
America's Crow Indians face death to put affairs in order
Though they shun the practice of deciding how to pass on their property, Crow Indians resolve to write their wills
Row between Peru and UK-listed cacao company turns bitter amid calls for trading halt
Peru's forestry ministry says the Cayman Islands registered company does not have approved certification for its plantations
Secure land rights and climate change resilience go hand in hand: here's why
Without secure land rights, most people are reluctant to make the kinds of long-term investment and improvements to their land that fosters community environmental resilience.
Housing for refugees takes centre stage at Venice Architecture Biennale
The curators said they hoped the exhibition would inspire a revival of well-designed social housing
Amid political turmoil in Brazil, what will become of indigenous rights?
What can Indigenous Peoples in Brazil expect from these times of rapid political change and constant turmoil? Is it possible that the new interim government will reverse the damaging trends of the previous government - now removed from power, waiting for an impeachment trial? Or is it likely that it will be business as usual, or even worse?
Award-winning architect builds 'half houses', says slums should inspire
Alejandro Aravena says governments should stop fighting the forces that have brought 100 million people to Latin America's slums
South Africa's parliament approves land expropriation bill
The bill aims to redress racial disparities in land ownership, an emotive issue two decades after the end of apartheid
Commodity cycles, economic treaties and pressures on land rights
The commodity slump has cooled the global land rush. But land rights are still under pressure, requiring action at local to global levels