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The threat of criminalisation

2017 saw the highest-ever number of murders of human rights defenders. Following the death of Berta Caceres in March 2016,[1] there has been heightened awareness of the plight of human rights defenders.

Nouvel Administrateur de Forest Peoples Programme

Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer que Forest Peoples Programme a nommé James Whitehead, son nouvel Administrateur.James a rejoint notre équipe internationale de 55 membres en avril 2018 et dirige

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.

Nous pouvons vivre de la forêt, pas du palmier à huile

Jakarta – Une coalition de la société civile a mené une action devant le Ministère de l’environnement et des forêts vendredi (23/03/2018), pour protester contre un permis d’octroi des terres forestières étatiques près du fleuve Wosimi dans les sous-districts de Naikere et Kuriwamesa d

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.