The Support Centre for Land Change is a land rights and land justice organisation, working with primarily rural communities in the Garden Route, Central Karoo and western regions of the Eastern Cape.
We focus on key issues that include labour-and tenure rights of farm and forestry workers and dwellers, access to and sustainable use of land and resources for small-scale subsistence farmers and producers, in support and solidarity for communities resisting land “developments “that threaten their homes, livelihoods, health and heritage. The work is rooted in human and constitutional rights with land justice as the point of departure.
The Karoo Anti-Fracking campaign is consolidated and advanced in a national campaign calling for a ban on fracking.Read More
Advancing access to and sustainable use of land and natural resources, and spatial equality.Read More
Southern Cape Against Removals (SCAR) was established in 1987, at the height of the Apartheid repression, in support and solidarity of communities resisting forced removals. SCAR had her roots clearly vested in Lawaaikamp, an informal settlement in George.
In 2017 after being in existence for 30 years, the name changed to the Support Centre for Land Change.Read More About Us
Covid 19-pandemic expose and compound societal inequalities. The lockdown impact harshly on the poor with growing levels of poverty and hunger, failures in service delivery while government is juggled, between corruption and fraud and intense pressure to have policies approved.Read More