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Brimob and how the Yerisiam Gua people’s sago groves were cleared: PUSAKA

By Zely Ariane for Yayasan Pusaka

English Translation by AwasMIFEE

11 May 2016

Sima village, Nabire – During a discussion on Monday 9th May community representatives were asked if they agreed with PT Nabire Baru’s statement that police mobile brigade (Brimob) were stationed on the company’s premises because the community had requested their presence. 1,005 more words

News Alert

CRS RELEASES STUDY ON LOCAL SOLUTIONS TO LAND CONFLICT IN MINDANAO

Last February 10, during the Learning Conference in Davao, CRS/Philippines released the study on Local Solutions to Land Conflict in Mindanao.

The paper on LOCAL SOLUTIONS TO LAND CONFLICT IN MINDANAO… 162 more words

Land accountability: Unavoidable task

Same story, yet another victim over land dispute in Lekki Lagos. This time it is a very popular man Mr Tajudeen Disu, the Managing Director of Lekki Worldwide Investment Company. 499 more words

Nigeria

Deadly Nicaragua Land Conflict Displaces Hundreds

Photos by Esteban Felix

Nicaragua’s normally sleepy northern Caribbean coast in recent weeks has erupted in deadly clashes between Miskito Indians and settlers from the country’s west. 1,768 more words

News

Housing the Landless in Davao City: A Land Conflict Resolution Issue

The growing urbanization in Davao City is both an opportunity and a threat to its sustainable development. A growing urban population is a potential source of human productivity in industrial and commercial sectors due to the rural – urban migration of people. 1,129 more words

Urban Planning

Oaxaca/Chiapas: new confrontation in the Chimalapas region leaves two injured and four arrested

Los Chimalapas (@Radiozapatista)

On 18 May, a confrontation between residents of San Antonio Chimalapa, pertaining to San Miguel Chimalapa, and residents from Chiapas state left two injured and four arrested. 186 more words

Indigenous People

Resistance and subaltern studies 4

The fourth article for the feature section of our forthcoming Issue 4 in 2015 edited by Uday Chandra and Kenneth Bo Nielsen is now available at the JCA website. 244 more words