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“Three months after local human rights group Adhoc reported that a Vietnamese-owned rubber company had cleared 150 hectares of communal forest in Ratanakkiri province, Jarai ethnic minority...
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“The AHRC has learnt that together with the local Government of Quezon City, the National Housing Authority is threatening the residents of San Roque, North Triangle, Quezon City with eviction...
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“Driving through the rural roads of the Tenasserim (Tanintharyi) region in Southern Burma, vast plantation of palm oil and rubber trees stretch on either side of the roads. Signboards along the...
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“Les Amis de la Terre France et Walhi-Les Amis de la Terre Indonésie ont adressé une lettre à Nicole Bricq, Ministre du Commerce Extérieur française pour protester contre la mise en oeuvre du...
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“Land values are soaring in parts of Burma, even in ethnic states, where fighting has left thousands homeless. The government hopes foreign investment will lift the fortunes of millions, but...
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“Australia has shut down the Kalimantan Forest Carbon Partnership (KFCP), leaving most of the project’s targets unmet. When announced in September 2007, the US$47 million project was...
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“Footage from the Oakland Institute’s work in Papua New Guinea to support the indigenous peoples’ struggle for their customary land amid serious land grabs. Recently, we have...
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“Footage from the Oakland Institute’s work in Papua New Guinea to support the indigenous peoples’ struggle for their customary land amid serious land grabs. Recently, we have...
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The people of northern India’s Van Gujjar tribe are nomadic water buffalo herders whose lives revolve around caring and finding food for their animals. Winters are spent in the lowland...
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“Natural Justice and the United Nations University – Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) have just released a new book for peer review, entitled: The Right to Responsibility: Resisting and...
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