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The International Land Coalition is governed by the Assembly of Members (AoM), which is the supreme governing body responsible for establishing the overall strategies and policies of the ILC, ensuring that the network remains in compliance with the intention of the members.

The ILC Council serves as the executive board and oversees the overall responsibilities of governance between meetings of the AoM.

ILC is organized at the regional level with the Regional Committees (Africa, Asia and LAC) that work with and for the ILC members, ensuring that the priorities and actions of the ILC are more relevant to the specific regional and sub-regional contexts.

The Africa Steering Committee (ASC) is the governing body for the Africa region. They represent the West, Central, South, and East regions of Africa. They hold quarterly meetings and share regular updates in collaboration with the regional coordinating unit. A work plan is set annually to ensure the region remains on track with its goals and agenda towards people-centered land governance.

Annual Reports are a summary of the activities carried out by ILC Africa members and the ILC Secretariat each year to advance the ILC Strategy. They describe the year's progress in ILC processes, Regional Platforms (RPs), and National Land Coalitions (NLCs), as well as the impact of the processes.

Africa 2019 Annual Report

Africa 2020 Annual Report

Africa 2022 Annual Report

Africa Triennial Report

The Regional Assembly of Members is an annual gathering of representatives from Africa's member organizations. The Regional Assemblies offer the most tangible opportunities for reviewing governance structures, tracking progress in ILC regional processes, and developing short and long-term visions for the platforms and region as a whole.