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Representatives of farming organisations, NGOs and the public research agency met in January 2016 in the Bina Desa offices in Jakarta. Tuesday, 15th March 2016, Jakarta.- The Indonesian National Committee met in January to present the evaluation of activities carried out in 2015 and present the…
By: Richard Welford Date: March 16th 2016 Source: CSR Asia A new report compiled by the Brisbane Catholic Justice and Peace Commission’s Shadow Human Rights Fact Finding Mission to West Papua, has documented human rights abuses and the complicity of businesses in West Papua. The report documents…
By: Fidelis E. Satriastanti Date: March 24th 2016 Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation JAKARTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indonesia's government is under pressure to boost protection for indigenous peoples' rights, after a state-led inquiry identified 40 cases in which they were violated,…
By: Karl Mathiesen Date: April 2nd 2016 Source: The Guardian Collusion between private sector and government exacerbating problems, says corruption official Indonesia’s palm oil, mining and logging industries are enmeshed in a cat’s cradle of overlapping land claims and corruption that are…
By: Ryan Dagur Date: April 7th 2016 Source: UCA News 'We have the right to cultivate our own property,' protester says Nearly 200 indigenous people in Indonesia's predominantly Catholic East Nusa Tenggara province are staging a sit-in protest to regain calling for the return of their ancestral…
By Bernadette Christina Munthe Source: Reuters JAKARTA, April 14 (Reuters) - Indonesia, the world's top producer of palm oil, will issue a moratorium on new palm oil concessions, President Joko Widodo said on Thursday, part of the country's efforts to reduce the sector's impact on the environment…
Program: WRI Indonesia Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Position Type: Regular full-time About WRI Indonesia WRI Indonesia is associated with the World Resources Institute (WRI), a global environmental research organization that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic…
By: Mike Gaworecki Date: May 4th 2016 Source: Mongabay An international delegation of leaders from indigenous and forest communities in Colombia, Indonesia, Liberia, and Peru are in London today to call for action on human rights violations and land grabbing linked to the global trade in palm oil…
  Authors: John F. McCarthy and Rob Cramb Date: June 6th, 2016 Source: Southeast Asia Globe   Amid the fastest rural transformation Malaysia and Indonesia have ever seen, big business is pushing back against efforts to overhaul the palm oil industry In April, two very different public figures made…
By: Fergus Jensen Date: 4 July 2016 Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation   Thousands of mines are closing in Indonesia's tropical coal belt as prices languish and seams run dry. But almost none of the companies have paid their share of billions of dollars owed to repair the badly scarred…
By: Ron Corben & Bryan Lynn Date: August 1st 2016 Source: VOA An international human rights organization says Southeast Asia is facing increasing conflicts and violence over land grab activity. A “land grab” relates to taking land quickly, forcefully and often illegally. In this case, the…
By: Severianus Endi Date: August 2nd 2016 Source: The Jakarta Post Hundreds of residents from several hamlets in West Kalimantan have fled their homes to avoid arrest over their alleged involvement in a conflict with an oil palm company operating plantations in the area. The residents from the…