ANZ Banking Group violated its own policies and international human rights standards by financing a Cambodian sugar company that seized land from local farmers, according to a report released by an Australian government body that monitors corporate behavior overseas.
Groups call on UN Special Rapporteur to look into the recent spate of alleged cases of state-perpetrated harassment of peasants and indigenous peoples struggling for their right to land in her review of the human rights situation in Cambodia.
two NGO staff and 10 Kuoy indigenous villagers were summoned to court following land dispute in Preah Vihear, Cambodia with two Chinese companies that were clearing the land in dispute with the villagers back in December 2014. Some 300 villagers stopped about six bulldozers operated by the companies.
International groups submitted to the United Nations (UN) officials the results of an independent international fact-finding mission in Cambodia that found local and national authorities are facilitating the land grabbing of a Chinese company in Preah Vihear province.
ANZ Banking Group violated its own policies and international human rights standards by providing 40 million $ loan to a Cambodian sugar company that seized land from local farmers, according to a statement released by Australian government body that monitors corporate behavior overs.
La « vague d’espoir » soulevée par l'annonce de la Cour pénale internationale concernant son intention d'examiner des crimes liés à l’accaparement des terres s’est désormais transformée en « vague espoir »
One hundred Phnong ethnic people in Mondulkiri province’s Busra commune, in Ccambodia, have thumbprinted a petition to reject Thieng Try Company’s request for an economic land concession to grow coffee in the area.