Slum dwellers squeezed out of India's ambitious Smart Cities plan, activists say
"You want to make a smart city and you think we look poor and are dirty; where should we go?"
Ahead of the peace vote, Colombia's displaced slum dwellers dream of home
On Sunday, Colombians will vote on a peace deal to end five decades of war - for some it could mean a chance to finally return home.
Colombia peace deal to usher in rural reform but land conflicts feared, experts say
Conflicts over land are likely to increase following a peace deal as once no-go areas open up for business and development projects, experts say
'Without land, we have no power', Indian Dalit land rights activist says
Marginalised low-caste Dalits are fighting victimisation and demanding land they say is owed to them
Get off my lawn! Pokemon Go tests global property laws
Experts say our current laws won't prevent virtual reality invading our real-life property
Place Animations: When land laws are not enough, enter the barefoot lawyers
‘Place Animations’ explore the complex social, economic and political effects of inadequate land and property rights – and look at some pioneering solutions.
Green: at what price?
‘Green: at what price?’ not only highlights the plight of Ugandan villagers, but reveals a vital scenario playing out across Africa and around the globe.
Whose sky is it anyway? U.S. drone case tests rights to air space
"We are in an interesting time now when technology has surpassed the law,"
FEATURE-Forced evictions leave Roma children vulnerable in France, say campaigners
Forced evictions in Paris suburb are part of wider discrimination against France's Roma minority, whose status is more precarious in atmosphere of xenophobia
Myanmar: The Next Great Land Tenure Reform?
Could the newly democratic nation become Asia's sixth development success story?