After a decade of hardship, indigenous villagers in Cambodia scored a significant victory after they put pressure on the World Bank Group over its financial ties to a land-grabbing company, Vietnam agribusiness giant HAGL.
Le RCEP changera la manière dont les gouvernements décident des droits fonciers et qui a accès à la terre. Il pourrait par conséquent intensifier l’accaparement des terres en Asie. Nouvel article de GRAIN.
The Peoples Coalition on Food Sovereignty demands the members of the Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank stop funding projects, especially China’s Belt and Road Initiative, that result in landgrabbing.
Villagers embroiled in two separate land disputes in Cambodia’s Koh Kong province protested Monday, demanding solutions for their respective cases, one against a home-grown tycoon, the other against a Chinese developer.
Cambodian villagers will appeal a Thai court decision rejecting their class action lawsuit against Thailand's biggest sugar producer, Mitr Phol. The class action lawsuit, filed in April last year on behalf of more than 3,000 Cambodian plaintiffs, accused the Thai sugar giant violently displacing them to make way for plantations.
The lawsuit against Asia’s largest sugar producer, Mitr Phol, filed on behalf of about 3,000 people, is the first class-action lawsuit filed in a Thai court by plaintiffs from another country against a Thai company operating outside Thailand.
Ce rapport vise à mettre en lumière les nombreux problèmes rencontrés par les communautés riveraines des plantations du groupe Socfin dans 5 pays, en faisant le parallèle avec les engagements pris par le groupe
Nearly 700 people from different communities in Kampong Speu province, Cambodia protested in front of the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, seeking a solution to their long-running land dispute with three sugar companies.