FPP has lodged a Policy of Association complaint against Roda Mas Group and requested that the group be disassociated from the FSC due to violations of traditional and human rights in their forestry operations. The complaint is brought on behalf of the community of Long Isun, in the Heart of Borneo.
Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) found to be one of the companies responsible for forest fires in Indonesia; NGOs call on APP to uphold its promises to both communities and forests
On Wednesday 25 September, Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal will hold a hearing with implications for the future of the Amazon rainforest, indigenous peoples’ rights, and the fight against climate change.
The indigenous community of Santa Clara de Uchunya has called upon major Scandinavian banks to use their influence as shareholders to insist that Alicorp removes Ocho Sur P from its palm oil supply chain.
The global sustainable palm oil body, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), has definitively rejected a formal complaint brought against one of its members, Peru’s largest consumer goods company, Alicorp S.A.A., for sourcing palm oil produced on a plantation which the RSPO itself has previously condemned.
La Mesa Redonda sobre el Aceite de Palma Sostenible ha rechazado definitivamente una queja formal en contra de Alicorp S.A.A., la empresa de bienes de consumo más grande del Perú y miembro de esa organización, por obtener aceite de palma de una plantación que ya fue condenada por la misma RSPO.
FPP welcomes the release of a major international report 'Uncalculated Risks' and the findings of investigations into 25 development projects that have posed real and direct harms on indigenous peoples and other affected communities.
On the 4th of May, 2019, gunshots were fired and grenades were hurled into the midst of a community gathering in which some of the most renowned Afro-Descendant leaders from Northern Cauca, Colombia were meeting.
In the Peruvian Amazon, the battle between ‘sustainable’ palm oil and industrial-scale deforestation continues.
En la Amazonía peruana continúa la lucha entre el aceite de palma “sostenible” y la deforestación a escala industrial.
The Dow Jones Sustainability Index has removed the world’s second largest palm oil company, Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), from its list of sustainable companies, reported Friends of the Earth (FoE) this week.
Tropical forests in Borneo are under major threat from deforestation from planned infra-structure development, says a new report published today.
As land disputes over palm oil plantations in West Sumatra flare up, community leaders and human rights defenders are being subjected to increasing intimidation and criminalization by local police allegedly spurred on by planters.
On the eve of its address to the Oslo Tropical Forest Forum (OTFF), Peru’s national indigenous organisation AIDESEP has launched a joint report with the Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) which highlights the Peruvian government’s ongoing failure to meet its progressive commitments to recognise indigenous peoples’ land rights.
Oslo, mercredi 27 juin 2018. À la veille de son intervention devant le Forum d’Oslo sur les forêts tropicales (OTFF), l’organisation autochtone nationale péruvienne AIDESEP a publié un rapport conjoint avec le Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) qui met en exergue les échecs répétés du gouvernement péruvien pour respecter ses engagements progressifs de reconnaissance des droits fonciers autochtones. Sur une note positive, ce rapport rend compte des progrès rapides dans l’enregistrement des terres autochtones grâce aux programmes de financement décentralisés mis en place et supervisés par des organisations autochtones.