The country needs a Territorial Ordering process where the communities are the ones who redefine the way in which production is organized, land use is distributed, the subsoil is governed, and air, water, strategic ecosystems and means of protection are protected. life of agrarian communities. This order will aim to harmonize the conservation of the natural environment with the use for the survival of the agrarian communities.

Therefore, we demand and command:
That it be the communities and peoples who define what should be the uses of the territory and the ways of inhabiting, conserving and caring for it in accordance with the worldviews of the agrarian peoples and communities, according to their own differential policy that includes ethnic distinctions, regional and productive sectors, and that guarantees legal security for individual and collective territories.
The required territorial ordering will be based on the definition and respect of the collective figures of self-government and defense of the territory, including:

Indigenous reservations and ancestral territories
Afro-Colombian collective territories
Peasant Reserve Zones
Agrifood Zones
Biodiversity zones
Inter-ethnic and intercultural territories
Other forms of exercising the territoriality of the communities. These will have the character of inalienable and imprescriptible.
The organizations, communities, authorities and peoples mobilized or that by autonomous decision are included in the process, we will develop our own route to define the terms of land use planning to guarantee permanence in the territory and inter-ethnic and intercultural coexistence. This own route is part of a peace initiative promoted by the peasant, indigenous, Afro and urban-popular organizations that participate in the process.

That the national government give us guarantees for the elaboration of this territorial ordering route and that the aforementioned figures be consigned in the Colombian regulations and are regulated in accordance with the decisions of the participating organizations, peoples and communities. Including the constitutional recognition of the peasant collective territoriality.
A comprehensive agrarian reform policy that redistributes and democratizes land ownership, that dismantles large estates as a historical expression of inequality and generates secure access to land for those who lack it, as well as the guarantee of territorial autonomy for peasants, indigenous and afro. This agrarian reform policy should be built hand in hand with the rural and urban-popular organizations.
This policy must have a territorial approach and not simply access to land, hence it should not be limited to the provision of land for rural communities, but rather redistribute the set of common goods found in rural territories and in the margins between the rural and the urban, ensuring their coverage, guarantee and access for indigenous peoples, Afro, peasants and urban-popular.

The constitution of a land fund that feeds on the plundered properties, the properties of drug traffickers, those who do not fulfill the social function of property, that violate their natural vocation and the vacant lots illegally appropriated by the agribusiness.
That the historical rights of indigenous peoples, the Raizal people and Afro communities to their territories be recognized, and especially the inalienable collective property of indigenous reservations, ancestral territories and territories of Afro communities.
That the collective titling processes for indigenous and Afro peoples be completed, which are still pending.
That all plans and projects that threaten the enjoyment of land for peasant, indigenous and Afro communities, including surface rights and carbon markets in favor of national or foreign entrepreneurs, stop. We consider that these measures are another form of dispossession against the psychic peoples.
That the right of prevalence be applied to the territories of indigenous, Afro and peasant communities, in case of disputes with transnational companies, landowners and dispossessors.
That prior consultation and free and informed prior consent be extended to peasant communities, extending the application of ILO Convention 169. Guarantee with a binding character the right to prior consultation and prior, free and informed consent to peasant, indigenous and Afro-descendant communities on projects and regulations that affect their environment, socially, politically, environmentally, and economically. and the cultural.
That the massive land purchases made by companies that have violated Law 160 of 1994 be declared void, by acquiring extensions greater than the UAF authorized in said regulation.
That the vacant lots are used exclusively to guarantee the right to land of peasants, rural workers, Afro-Colombian and indigenous population.
That all forms of foreignization of the land be outlawed. In no case may natural or legal persons of foreign origin appropriate, use, lease surface or generate any form of land tenure.
The fulfillment and strengthening of the legislation related to the extinction of ownership of the lands that do not fulfill the social and environmental function of the property.
The comprehensive restitution of the land deprived of the families, communities and peoples who are victims of forced displacement, taking into account collective approaches and community emphasis on such reparation processes.
The return of expropriated land due to peasant debt.
Recognition of the differentiated and gender perspective approach to access, use and enjoyment of territory and land for women
The creation of a new public institutionality to comply with the new territorial order, agrarian reform, environmental protection and other provisions of the document.
The sea is another territorial expression, which needs the guarantee of the rights of coastal communities and artisanal fishermen