- TLIO campaigns peacefully for access to the land, its resources, and the decision-making processes affecting them, for everyone, irrespective of age, race, or gender.
- We have an email list at Yahoo:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/TheLandIsOurs/info you can join it by clicking on the email webpage link and clicking on ‘Join’ (if you don’t have a yahoo-id, you will have to create one, by clicking on ‘sign-up’)
We opposed the 2016 Tory plans to privatise the Land Registry
Chapter 7, give planning advice to people seeking to/or already embarking upon living on the land, engaged in land-based livelihoods.
- The Diggers350 email list is Tony Gosling’s long-standing email list (that has TLIO’s name attached to it) which began in the run-up to the 1999 occupation of St. George’s Hill in Surrey – you can join it by sending a blank email to email@example.com and read the archive here http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Diggers350/info
1995-2004 – The Land Is Ours ‘glorious decade’ of UK land rights actions http://tlio.org.uk/actions/1995-2004-the-land-is-ours-glorious-decade-of-uk-land-rights-actions/
Separate from TLIO Who Owns England? is an Investigation project being conducted by Guy Shrubsole and Anna Powell-Smith attempting to display major landowners in England, combining public data with Freedom of Information requests. To follow the investigation and help fill in the gaps, visit the Who Owns England? blog.
Who Owns Scotland? is a project that maps and makes available information on who owns land in Scotland together with maps showing the boundaries of landholdings.
Another arm of The Land is Ours body of ongoing discourse is the Legacy of Colonialism Forum
Here’s a snippet from the homepage to it: “…the British Empire was simply an extension abroad of the exploitation of the British people by royalty and the privileged few which had been going on in England systematically since the time of William the Conqueror. Furthermore, there was the colonial power’s imposition of models of enclosure upon countries of the South ie. sociological/cultural trends in the North’s historic development in terms of private landownership and command over the resource of land became a sociological/cultural construct imported into countries of the South.”