Indonesia
06 Dec 2017 VoA
Report: Ongoing labor abuse found in Pepsi’s Indonesian palm oil plantations
Workers at Indonesian palm oil plantations that supply Pepsi and Nestle suffer from labor abuses according to new report from RAN. The report covers three palm oil plantations operated by Indofood, the biggest food company in Indonesia.
20 Nov 2017 Pusaka
Mengecam tindakan kekerasan aparat terhadap masyarakat adat Iwaro
Siaran pers mengecam tindak kekerasan aparat Brimob yang bertugas di areal perkebunan kelapa sawit PT. Permata Putera Mandiri (PPM, anak perusahaan ANJ Group)warga Kampung Puragi, Sorong Selatan, Papua Barat.
19 Nov 2017 Pusaka
Chronology of violence by Brimob officers working in PT Permata Putera Mandiri's concession towards indigenous customary landowners in South Sorong
Starting in September, holders of customary land rights in South Sorong Regency, West Papua province, have staged a "customary law blockade" to areas of PT Permata Putera Mandiri (PT PPM)oil palm plantation. The blockade leads to violence by special police brigade (Brimob) to the villagers.
09 Nov 2017 Pusaka
Letters to PepsiCo against deforestation and human rights violations
A letter signed by 46 CSOs calling on PepsiCo to ensure that all their products are produced without deforestation, the destruction of peatlands or the violation of human rights in Indonesia. ​
06 Nov 2017 Berita Bulukumba
AGRA Bulukumba Tolak HGU PT. Lonsum Diperpanjang
Ratusan warga yang tergabung dalam Aliansi Gerakan Reforma Agraria (AGRA) Bulukumba menggelar aksi di kantor bupat menuntut agar Pemerintah Kebupaten tidak melakukan perpanjangan Hak Guna Usaha (HGU) PT. Lonsum Tbk.
11 Oct 2017 The Gecko Project
The making of a palm oil fiefdom
The story of money, power and politics behind the devastation of a forest-rich district in Indonesian Borneo.
10 Oct 2017 Mongabay
Indonesia for Sale: in-depth series on corruption, palm oil and rainforests launches
The investigative series Indonesia for Sale, shines new light on the corruption behind Indonesia’s deforestation and land rights crisis. The stories expose the role of collusion between palm oil firms and politicians.
14 Sep 2017 Mongabay
Samsung won’t partner with Korindo following outrage over forest destruction in Indonesia
Under fire from watchdogs and consumers of its smartphones, Samsung said it would not pursue a joint venture with Korindo amid an NGO campaign highlighting Korindo’s rainforest destruction for palm oil in Indonesia’s Tanah Papua region.
16 Aug 2017 Tabloid Jubi
Daewoo dan Samsung dituding terlibat “menghabisi” hutan Papua
Samsung dan Daewoo dituding terlibat dalam deforestasi di Papua bersama Korindo Group, dua perusahaan Korea Selatan ini telah mengurangi hutan primer di Papua untuk perkebunan kelapa sawit, menyalahgunakan hak dan mata pencaharian masyarakat lokal.
15 Aug 2017 SumOfUs
Samsung: get out of conflict palm oil!
Samsung subsidiary announced last week that it will be forming a joint venture with Korean-Indonesian agribusiness company, Korindo which was recently exposed for burning and clearing tens of thousands of hectares of Indonesia's rainforest for palm oil and timber production.
11 Aug 2017 Korea Expose
Meet the S. Korean companies destroying Indonesia’s virgin rainforest
Subsidiaries of prominent South Korea’s conglomerates including POSCO and Samsung, plus South Korean-owned Indonesian conglomerate Korindo Group, have been cutting down primary forest to make way for oil palm plantations.
07 Aug 2017 Tribun Pontianak
8 perusahaan perkebunan sawit diduga rampas tanah masyarakat
Sedikitnya delapan perusahaan perkebunan kelapa sawit di Kalbar diduga kuat merampas hutan dan lahan masyarakat serta berdiri diatas lahan gambut.


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