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“Depuis plus de sept ans, les populations villageoises de l’État d’Odisha repoussent les tentatives de la compagnie coréenne POSCO qui, avec le soutien du gouvernement local,...
“Scholars and advocates increasingly favor rights-based approaches over traditional exclusionary policies in conservation. Yet, national and international conservation policies and programs...
“Faced with widespread evictions and opaque private sector deals, activists in Cambodia are calling on the government to be more open and transparent about land concessions, beef up mechanisms...
“Forestry minister says Indonesia will renew forest conversion moratorium, however activists fear possible lapse in the policy could lead to wave of new concessions.” Read full article...
[12/04/2013] Impacts of POSCO - India’s Project on the Lives of Local People in Jagatsingphur, Odisha.
“Findings showed that the small-holding betel vine cultivation provides a steady, sustainable income for people living in the affected area, amounting in some cases to over three...
“With 925 million people experiencing hunger in the world and at least another billion suffering from inadequate diets, it is hard not to agree that food is the ultimate security challenge of...
ENGLISH (SEE FRENCH, GERMAN AND SPANISH CALLS BELOW) Dear friends, On October 11th 2012, the Indian people’s movement Jan Satyagraha (Sanskrit meaning “peaceful soul force...
“Cambodia’s valuable iron-ore deposits in the northern district of Rovieng appear to be slated for a massive $11 billion construction deal by two Chinese companies – the largest development...
[02/04/2013] Key Findings of the IFFM in "Defense of Land and Livelihood in Panama, Southeast, Sri Lanka"
“The World Bank pledged $18M for Sri Lanka’s Sustainable Tourism Development Project in 2009 with an agreement signed in January 2010. World Bank documents say that the project’s...
[02/04/2013] Key Findings of the IFFM in "Defense of Land and Livelihood of Indigenous Peoples in Bulukumba, Indoneisa"
“In Indonesia, widespread and intensive exploitation of resources is directly proportional to increasing land grabbing. Since 1980s, PT PP London Sumatra (LONSUM) supported by the government...