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Women farmers use sticks to make holes in the soil for seeds, on a farm near Pangalengan, West Java, Indonesia, May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
28 Septiembre 2018
Authors: 
Lukasz Czerwinski
África
Tanzania
América Latina y el Caribe
Brasil
Asia sudoriental
India

In a saturated marketplace, food and beverage companies too often avoid addressing land rights issues.

Oil Palm Plantation, Sarawak, Malaysia
27 Julio 2018
Authors: 
Tania Li
Asia
Asia sudoriental
Indonesia
Global

Large scale land grabs are often sites of immediate and sometimes violent mobility, as people are evicted and obliged to move elsewhere. The term “grab” signals abruptness.

Asia
Asia sudoriental

A civil society perspective on engaging with the private sector

Towards SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

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Asia sudoriental
Camboya
Laos
Myanmar
Tailandia
Viet Nam

This blog was written as a contribution to the Mekong Regional Land Forum taking place from June 21-23 in Hanoi, Vietnam. Philip Hirsch is a keynote speaker at this event.

By Philip Hirsch, Professor of Human Geography in the School of Geosciences at the University of Sydney

3 Mayo 2019
Asia sudoriental
Camboya

By Chris Hufstader

 

After an audacious land grab by a foreign company, indigenous women in a remote Cambodian village struggle to regain their farms and sacred sites.

Sol Preng remembers vividly the day in 2012 when bulldozers unexpectedly arrived on her family farm.

“The company came and cleared away our cashew trees right before the harvest,” she says. “I lost four hectares of land and all my cashew trees.”

Palm tree plantation near Yangambi, DRC, 2018. Photo by Axel Fassio/CIFOR CC BY-NC-ND
25 Febrero 2019
Authors: 
Joseph Feyertag
África
América Latina y el Caribe
Asia sudoriental

Agriculture represents a key sector in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially when it comes to lifting close to a billion people out of rural poverty. We can’t ignore that many millions of poor households continue to depend primarily on farming.

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