The severe threat to indigenous peoples' survival in Kalimantan, Indonesia, by the government's proposed 850km-long oil palm plantation on part of the traditionally owned territories of the indigenous peoples of this region
regarding discrimination against the Subanon people of Mt Canatuan, Siocon, Zambonga del Norte, the Phillipines, in the context of large-scale gold mining on their ancestral domain.
FPP review of indigenous peoples' experiences with applying the principle of FPIC in Suriname, Guyana, Peru, Peninsular Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Philippines
El informe resume algunas experiencias de pueblos indígenas con referencia a la aplicación del principio de consentimiento libre, previo e informado en Suriname, Guyana, Malasia peninsular, Perú, Indonesia, Papua Nueva Guinea y Filipinas
Thousands of people have come on to the streets between May 7th and 11th in response to the call to action of the Campaign for Survival and Dignity, a federation of tribal and forest dwellers' organisations from across the country. The protesters demanded an immediate halt to the evictions taking place across India, where adivasis and forest dwellers are being targeted in a deliberate effort to prevent them claiming their rights under the historic Forest Rights Act passed in December last year.
FPP open letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
This careful research in five self-governing Minangkabau communities (Nagari) in West Sumatra situates present-day conflicts between rural communities and palm oil developers in their historical and institutional context.
ISBN 979-15188-1-5 303 pages World Rainforest Movement