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Dari hutanlah kami hidup, bukan dari kelapa sawit

Jakarta - Sebuah koalisi masyarakat sipil melakukan aksi di luar Gedung Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan (KLHK) pada hari Jumat (23/03/2018), memprotes penerbitan izin pelepasan kawasan hutan negara dekat Sungai Wosimi di kecamatan Naikere dan Kuriwamesa, Kabupaten

It’s forest that we can live from, not oil palm

Jakarta – A civil society coalition took action outside the Environment and Forestry Ministry on Friday (23/03/2018), protesting a permit to release state forest land near the Wosimi River in Naikere and Kuriwamesa subdistricts of Wondama Bay Regency, Papua Barat which was issued to an oil palm company, PT Menara Wasior.

FPP Statement: The inclusion of key human rights defenders on the ‘terrorist’ petition in the Philippines is an unacceptable attack on the international human rights system

The Forest Peoples Programme is shocked and dismayed at the inclusion of key human rights defenders in the recent Philippines Government petition labelling a large number of individuals in the Philippines as ‘terrorists’. The inclusion of these individuals, and those similarly dedicated to the peaceful realisation of human rights, constitutes an attack on the struggle of indigenous peoples for equitable realisation of their rights, including their rights to lands, resources, cultures and collective futures.

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.