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Wilmar International terlibat dalam penembakan dua petani di kebun kelapa sawitnya

LSM-LSM Indonesia melakukan protes keras kepada pemerintah Indonesia dan RSPO tentang sebuah kejadian yang mereka catat pada tanggal 18 Desember 2017, ketika pasukan kepolisian menembak dan melukai dua orang petani. Penembakan tersebut diduga terjadi di salah satu perkebunan kelapa sawit milik Wilmar International di Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia.

Wilmar International implicated in police shooting of two farmers on oil palm estate

Indonesian NGOs have protested strongly to the Indonesian government authorities and RSPO about an incident they recorded on 18th December 2017, when police security forces shot and wounded two farmers. The shootings allegedly took place in one of Wilmar International’s oil palm plantations in Central Kalimantan in Indonesian Borneo.

Video: The human impact of the palm oil industry in Indonesia

This video is part of the Global Network for Advanced Management's Palm Oil 2016 online case study and features Marcus Colchester of the Forest Peoples Programme as he outlines the human impact of the Indonesian palm oil industry.

Logging the Heart out of Borneo: the distressing case of Long Isun

In the late 19th Century, a large group of Dayak Bahau settled on the Meraseh river, a tributary of the Upper Mahakam in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. For a century, they remained largely undisturbed at Long Isun until the 1980s when the government resettled them to the banks of the Mahakam river.

Menghabisi hutan di Jantung Borneo: kasus memilukan Long Isun

Pada akhir abad 19, sebuah kelompok besar Dayak Bahau menetap di sungai Meraseh, anak sungai Mahakam Atas di Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia. Selama satu abad, mereka tinggal dengan damai di Long Isun sampai tahun 1980-an ketika pemerintah memindahkan mereka ke tepi sungai Mahakam.

Protecting Forest Defenders

Around 5 per cent of the world’s population are indigenous, and every day huge numbers of indigenous people risk their life in protection of their ancestral lands.

According to Global Witness’ Defenders of the Earth 2017 report, nearly 40 per cent of the defenders who died in 2016 were indigenous.

Melindungi Pembela Hutan

Sekitar 5 persen penduduk bumi adalah masyarakat adat, dan setiap hari banyak sekali warga masyarakat adat menghadapi risiko kematian dalam perjuangan melindungi tanah leluhur mereka.

Thai Government reminded again of human rights obligations

The UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (UNCERD) has again reminded the Royal Thai Government of its human rights obligations towards the Karen people in Kaeng Krachan National Park, and more widely to support and promote the retention and celebration of Karen culture as per the Royal Thai Government resolu