Date: 17 juin 2017
Source: La Minute Info
Les chefs de village du canton Khos, logé dans les sous-préfectures d’Azaguié et de Guéssiguié, ont dénoncé vendredi, une tentative d’expropriation de leurs terre à travers une ‘’opération dite d’actualisation du fichier du cadastre forestier des forêts classées’’, lancée il y a quelques temps par le ministère des Eaux et Forêts.
Date: 15 juin 2017
Le parlementaire du Parti de l’authenticité et de la modernité (PAM), Abdellatif Z. aurait tenté ce jeudi de s’immoler par le feu devant siège de l’Office chérifien des phosphates à Ben Guérir.
Des photos parvenues à Yabiladi montrent le parlementaire du Tracteur de la province d’Al Haouz dans une chambre d’hôpital en compagnie d’infirmiers qui tentent de soigner ses brûlures de troisième degré.
Planned efforts to relocate human populations often entail protracted struggles over the terms on which local populations may be compensated for the loss of land, assets and livelihoods. In many instances, compensation has been established on the basis of historical market value, which in effect excludes stakeholders (e.g., encroachers, landless laborers, sharecroppers, etc.) whose livelihoods are adversely affected by land acquisition. Establishing ways of recognizing and compensating the loss of informal land and livelihood is therefore a pressing policy priority.
Under Vietnam’s State land ownership regime, the Government holds supreme authority over compulsory land acquisition. The results show that many improvements in land acquisition policies have been made, but poor implementation measures largely cannot prevent or even mitigate the adverse impacts on displaced persons. In particular, ineffective compensation measures and a lack of production land and livelihood alternatives accelerate the resistance of communities displaced as a result of hydropower development.
The challenges associated with determining fair compensation for expropriated land have been extensively discussed and debated among scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and the public. However, to date, a comprehensive study of national-level compensation procedures established by law considering whether such procedures meet internationally recognized standards on compensation valuation has not been conducted. This article aims to bridge this gap by serving as a reference point and informing “fair compensation” debates among scholars, practitioners, and policymakers.
Forest dweller Utpal Nokrek, who is now at 32, has been restricted to a wheelchair for 13 years.
It was 3 January 2004 when Utpal was shot during clashes between the forest dwellers and police over acquisition of thousands of acres of forest land by the government in the name of an eco-park at Tangail's Madhupur forest.
"As the forest dwellers of Garo and Koch communities protested the eco-park project, rangers and police opened fire. I was shot during the clashes," Utpal said.
The Global Report on Internal Displacement presents the latest information on internal displacement worldwide caused by conflict, violence and disasters.
There were 31.1 million new internal displacements by conflict, violence and disasters in 2016. This is theequivalent of one person forced to flee every second.
New displacements by conflict and disasters in 2016.
The challenges associated with determining fair compensation for expropriated land have been extensively discussed and debated among scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and the public. However, to date, a comprehensive study of national-level compensation procedures established by law considering whether such procedures meet internationally recognized standards on compensation valuation has not been conducted.