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Chiapas: Movement in Defense of Life and Territory 12-Day Pilgrimage Ends in San Cristobal de Las Casas

Photo@SIPAZ

On November 25, after a 12-day walk through 11 indigenous municipalities in the North, Jungle area and Highlands of Chiapas, thousands of pilgrims arrived in San Cristobal de Las Casas, where they denounced the threats and insecurity that they live with in the villages where they come from. 918 more words

Human Rights

Chiapas: International Day to Combat Violence against Women

Beginning of the march in Plaza de La Resistencia. Photo@SIPAZ

November 25 is International Day to Combat Violence against Women. In Chiapas, many activities were organized in this framework. 600 more words

Human Rights

Information in Brief: Burial Rights

Rights and practices as they relate to burial on private land has long been a source of tension between occupiers and land owners.  While legislation, provincial and municipal ordinances and regulations have been amended to assist all parties to manage these rights in an orderly fashion, conflict continues to occur from time to time. 463 more words

Land Rights

ROCK ON STANDING!

ROCK ON STANDING!

This morning Tubularsock arose with this on his mind. It is something so obvious that you’d think at first, “why is it so profound?” 311 more words

America Asleep

Land Delvings

All photos by David Ashwanden

For many ages and across many cultures, the question of land ownership has puzzled and confused those who consider it. Should we really have to pay just for being somewhere? 1,818 more words

Community

Jul 4 | Splatsin Members Oppose Land Transfer, River Run, Community Radio Awards

This episode of GW was produced by volunteers at Kootenay Co-operative Radio on Sinixt traditional territory in Nelson BC.

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Corrupt Land Grabbing: A Cambodian Response

For the vast majority living in developing nations the principal source of wealth is  land: whether the plot where their house is located, the fields they farm, or the forestlands that provide daily sustenance.  410 more words

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