The views expressed in The Land do not necessarily represent those of The Land is Ours, Chapter 7, or the editors. We encourage debate and will consider for publication any material submitted relating to the politics of land, provided it is not racist, sexist or similarly inflammatory. However, editorial policy reflects the basic objective of of TLIO – which is to "campaign peacefully for access to land, its resources and the decision-making processes affecting them, for everyone, irrespective of race, creed, age or gender.
A note on illustrations: The Land magazine wishes to support contemporary black and white illustration. We try to give credit to all illustrators and are happy to pay a fee to living artists commensurate with our shoestring budget. Sometimes we do not manage to locate the artist. If you wish your work to be credited better or have any other problems, please contact the editors.