Palm oil lawsuit heading for Peru's constitutional court

26th March. The lawsuit filed by the Shipibo community of Santa Clara in May 2016 against the Peruvian government for issuing their untitled traditional lands to a palm oil company is now heading for Peru’s highest court, the Constitutional Tribunal after the court of second instance in Pucallpa ruled that the case was not admissible as a constitutional appeal or amparo.

Melka group palm oil company in Peru withdraws from RSPO and is slapped with fine

Since 2014, the indigenous Shipibo community of Santa Clara de Uchunya with the support of FECONAU (the Federation of Native communities of Ucayali) has been challenging the operations of the palm oil company Plantaciones de Pucallpa SAC (PdP), which has destroyed more than 5,000 hectares of its traditional forest lands in the Ucayali region of Peru. Recently the struggles of the community have begun to yield important victories.

Une société du secteur de l’huile de palme du groupe Melka au Pérou quitte la RSPO et se voit infliger une amende

Depuis 2014, la communauté autochtone shipibo de Santa Clara de Uchunya, avec l’appui de FECONAU (la Fédération des communautés natives d’Ucayali) a contesté les activités de la société du secteur de l’huile de palme Plantaciones de Pucallpa SAC (PdP), qui a détruit plus de 5 000 hectares de ses forêts traditionnelles dans la région d’Ucayali au Pérou. Récemment, les luttes de la communauté ont commencé à aboutir à des résultats significatifs.