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4 Janeiro 2019
Oceânia
Papua-Nova Guiné

IT is impossible to identify several core human rights, which are all well established in international law and could be applied directly to development – induced displacement of a large number of people.

12 Fevereiro 2018
Papua-Nova Guiné

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has noted persistent problems with land grabs in Papua New Guinea.


Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein visited Port Moresby last week and met with PNG's prime minister Peter O'Neill and civil society figures.


12 Janeiro 2018
Papua-Nova Guiné

Is the government of Papua New Guinea turning a blind eye while the country's forests are destroyed?


Environmental groups say Papua New Guinea's government is sitting back while the country's rainforests are being destroyed.


28 Novembro 2017
Papua-Nova Guiné

The women noted that “foreign concepts” and exploiters supplanted traditional ways of life, resulting in the environmental catastrophe of the island.

land activist from Papua New Guinea
10 Agosto 2017
Papua-Nova Guiné

LONDON, Aug 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A land activist from Papua New Guinea at loggerheads with the police and developers in his home country has vowed to continue the fight for his community from Britain.


Joe Moses has accused PNG authorities of treating people unfairly in demolishing the Paga Hill seafront settlement in the capital Port Moresby to make way for a luxury hotel and apartments development and a ring road.


The government granted a lease to the Paga Hill Development Company (PHDC), a joint venture between local and international investors, to build on Paga Hill.

20 Fevereiro 2017
Papua-Nova Guiné

By: Bethanie Harriman


Date: 20 February 2017


Source: emtv


Over 200 Settlers in Saraga were evicted today by Police acting on a court order.


8 Fevereiro 2017
Papua-Nova Guiné

The pacific island of Papua New Guinea is one of the world's most resource rich countries, hosting nearly 7 percent of global biodiversity and important reserves of gold, copper and hydrocarbons.

Uncovering impacts of gold mining in Papua New Guinea
8 Fevereiro 2016
Papua-Nova Guiné

The pacific island of Papua New Guinea is one of the world's most resource rich countries, hosting nearly 7 percent of global biodiversity and important reserves of gold, copper and hydrocarbons.

Papua-Nova Guiné

By: Sally Andrews

Date: March 22nd 2016

Source: The Diplomat


97 percent of land in Papua New Guinea is held under customary title, leading to sky-high prices for the remaining 3 percent.


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