New paper by Marcus Colchester: Legal obstacles to territorial rights recognition, sustainable production and conservation on forest peoples’ lands

FPP's founder and Senior Policy Advisor, Marcus Colchester, has published a paper on "Legal obstacles to territorial rights recognition, sustainable commodity production and forest conservation on forest peoples’ lands in Southeast Asia with a focus on Indonesia and Malaysia." The paper is published by Liverpool University Press.

Two agri-business firms suspended in Palawan, Philippines

FPP would like to celebrate a heartening achievement by one of our partners CALG (Coalition Against Land Grabbing) in securing the suspension of an agribusiness development until impact assessments and FPIC are fully respected.

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.

Talando el Corazón de Borneo: el angustioso caso de Long Isun

A finales del siglo XIX un numeroso grupo de Dayak Bahau se asentó junto al río Meraseh, un afluente del Alto Mahakam en Kalimantan Oriental, Indonesia. Durante un siglo vivieron en Long Isun sin apenas ser perturbados, hasta que en los años 80 del siglo XX el Gobierno los reasentó en las riberas del río de Mahakam.