28 Sep 2016 Oxfam
Murder and eviction: the global land rush enters new more violent phase
Millions of people face being displaced from their homes as new data shows land sales covering an area the size of Germany are now under contract, warns Oxfam.
26 Sep 2016 Oxfam
Assassinats et expulsions : redoublement de la violence dans la ruée mondiale sur les terres
D'après les données les plus récentes, des millions de personnes sont expulsées de chez elles dans le cadre de transactions foncières pour une superficie cumulée équivalente à celle de l'Allemagne, avertit Oxfam.
24 Jun 2016 Landportal.info
How far have we got since the great land rights debates five years ago?
Duncan Pruett reflects on the last 5 years at work advocating on the issues of land rights and foreign investments in agriculture.
02 Mar 2016 Oxfam
Terres communes : Sécuriser les droits fonciers et protéger la planète
Le présent rapport lance un appel mondial à l'action sur les droits fonciers autochtones et communautaires, soutenu par plus de 300 organisations à travers le monde.
01 Mar 2016 RRI
Common ground: Securing land rights and safeguarding the earth
Up to 2.5 billion people depend on indigenous and community lands, which make up over 50 percent of the land on the planet; they legally own just one-fifth. The remaining land remains vulnerable to land grabs from governments and corporations.
15 Feb 2016 Oxfam
Still banking on land grabs: Australia's big four banks and land grabs
Follow up from 2014 Oxfam report "Banking on Shaky Ground – Australia's big four banks and land grabs", asserts that all four banks have failed to ensure the affected communities' rights to food, shelter and a sustainable livelihood were restored.
15 Feb 2016 Oxfam
Australian banks and land grabs
​Almost two years ago Oxfam revealed that Australia’s Big 4 Banks — the ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, NAB and Westpac — are backing agriculture and timber companies linked to land grabs in developing countries.
16 Feb 2015 Yahoo Finanzas
Oxfam dice que el Gobierno paraguayo dilata reparto de tierras a campesinos
La ONG destacó que Cartes "no se ha manifestado públicamente sobre el caso de acaparamiento" y afirmó que continúa habiendo irregularidades en el proceso judicial abierto.
16 Sep 2014 Oxfam
Not so mega? The risky business of large-scale public-private partnerships in African agriculture
Oxfam policy adviser Robin Willoughby shrugs off the big ag groupthink and argues that the current trend of mega projects in African agriculture is a risky and unproven way to help poor farmers.
05 Sep 2014 El País
¿Por qué en Paraguay Cartes no habla de acaparamiento?
Curuguaty es el centro de la campaña contra el acaparamiento de tierra que pretende contar al mundo la historia de Paraguay a través de un caso paradigmático de lucha campesina.
01 Sep 2014 IPS
Africans’ land rights at risk as new agricultural trend sweeps continent
The need for private sector investment in Africa is manifest, but the quality of those inflows of capital is vital if it is to enhance the livelihoods of millions of food producers in Africa.
01 Sep 2014 PressAfrik
Rapport: Oxfam liste les "mégas partenariats public-privé dans l'agriculture africaine"
« Les partenariats à grande échelle avec le secteur privé pourraient saper les droits fonciers des Africains, renforcer les inégalités et nuire à l'environnement », telle est la sentence d’Oxfam dans son dernier rapport.


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