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  In southwest Cambodia, at the foot of the Cardamom Mountains, is a single dirt road that meanders through the heart of the pristine Areng valley. Ten miles down this road, villagers have...
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Chinese farms in Zambia are relatively smaller than those run by other farmers, but the number and the scale are growing. Zhang Wei / China Daily - - - The first time the bandits came, Si...
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Photo : Un indigène manifestant devant le ministère brésilien de la Justice, à Brasilia. - - -  (RV) Le Conseil Indigéniste Missionnaire (CIMI) a présenté jeudi 17 juillet à Brasilia...
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La masacre de Curuguaty marcó la historia de Paraguay. Un violento desalojo de campesinos en el que en el que 11 labriegos y 6 policías pagaron con su vida el altísimo coste que implica reclamar...
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Se piensa que los indígenas aislados que emergieron recientemente en Brasil han huido de la tala ilegal y del narcotráfico que acontecen en territorio peruano. Antes de la visita del presidente...
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Around the world, citizens’ groups are taking action to change the way investments in natural resources are happening, to protect the rights of citizens and the environment for a fairer and more...
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UN’s REDD scheme promises carbon offsetting will empower local communities in the developing world while conserving forests - but critics say the scheme is fuelling genocidal evictions of...
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CSR Asia has published a new report on Conflicts Over Land: A Role of Responsible and Inclusive Business. The report examines the rise of “land grabs” in Asia and how this impacts on poor and...
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Le gouvernement sud-africain envisage parallèlement une réforme agraire qui verrait le transfert aux ouvriers agricoles de 50 % des terres exploitées par des fermiers blancs. - - - Le...
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“Land grabbing” – the purchase of large areas of land in developing countries by foreign governments and businesses – has been controversial. Of the roughly 33 million hectares of land bought to...
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