Groups demand financial, human rights probes into palm conglomerate Korindo Mongabay | 07 Jul 2020
Activists have called for a financial probe into the Korindo Group, a conglomerate that paid a $22 million “consultancy fee” for the permits to expand its oil palm operations in Indonesia’s Papua province.
Urgent concern for the safety of land and human rights defenders Pusaka | 05 Jul 2020
Civil Society Organzation from various regions in Indonesia and International letter contains urgent concern for the safety of land and human rights defenders impacted by the Korindo Group and POSCO International, Indonesia.
In a Post-COVID world govt must drop plans for bankable customary land ACTNow PNG | 02 Jul 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic still expanding across the globe, ACT NOW is urging the PNG government to drop its plans to put customary land into the hands of commercial banks. The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated once again that customary land is a vital and irreplaceable resource for families and communities.
Uganda: Kiryandongo Sugar Limited in another Covid-19 lockdown land grab Witness Radio | 22 Jun 2020
Kiryandongo Sugar limited, a multinational agribusiness company, which has been dispossessing thousands since 2017 in Kiryandongo district, is grabbing another piece of land in the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown.
Mali/terres : un activiste menacé TV5Monde | 04 juil 2020
Au Mali, Massa Koné défend les communautés de paysans qui sont expulsées de leur terrains. Son engagement lui vaut aujourd’hui d’être menacé. Il s’est décidé, néanmoins, à poursuivre le combat. Portrait.