Tribal people and small-scale farmers in the Philippine province of Palawan have called for a halt to the expansion of oil palm plantations which are destroying the forests they rely on to survive.
Conversation with Maria Antonelli about the main drivers and implications of land transactions around the world, with a particular focus both on the role of EU.
Video clip from the Stop Africa Land Grab Concert in Washington DC (September 2014)
Peru is offering Indian businesses investment opportunities in agri-business, where 100,000 hectares of arable land will double in a few years due to large irrigation projects that have been tendered.
The global population is rising steadily — but food production is not. The result? More demand for arable land, as nations invest to safeguard their food supply and their wealth
Swedish pension fund AP2 plans to conduct an external audit in response to criticism by Swedwatch for not disclosing the precise locations of its Brazilian farm holdings.
This paper explains and analyses the steps the Sustainable Development Institute took to help shape Liberia’s Land Rights Policy.
A new report by FIAN informs about the human rights violations of communities affected by land grabbing in Mali
Pakistan is now turning to agribusiness rather than land sales as a means of luring Gulf investment.
Some Australian farmers are voicing their concerns about the growing presence of foreign investment in their region.
Listed Singaporean company QAF, formerly known as Bunge, has sold out its last dairy farm in Australia to the European pension fund-backed ACE Farming for close to $5 million.
We call on civil society, social movements, NGOs and trade unions from the Africa Social Forum to endorse this declaration and support its claims by all available means.