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14 May 2014Phnom Penh Post
Sexual abuse among claims against HAGL
Sexual assault and the annihilation of sacred graveyards are among the many claims levelled at Vietnamese Rubber giant HAGL by villagers in Cambodia's Ratanakkiri province.
14 May 2014AHRC
Courts, cops, cronies driving farmers to ruin
Asian Human Rights Commission says the frenzy of land grabbing in Burma amid the country's transition to nominally democratic government shows no signs of abating.
13 May 2014ActNow
New billboard outside Papua New Guinea Parliament sends clear message: Revoke all unlawful SABLs
A new billboard with a clear message for the Papau New Guinea Prime Minister has been erected in central Waigani.
12 May 2014Radio Mundo Real
Anti SAVANA: A program that could affect the lives of millions of peasants in Mozambique
Mozambican organizations and movements say an agribusiness project threatens biodiversity, the lives of millions of peasants and the food sovereignty of the country.
12 May 2014African Renaissance
Africa is up for sale by the acre to the highest bidder
Land grabs in Africa could herald a new dystopian age of hunger
12 May 2014Financial Post
‘Land-grabber’ or farming’s future? Quebec’s Pangea says bigger is better
Serge Fortin, chief executive of Canadian farmland investment company Pangea, believes Quebec's small farms must be replaced by larger farms to survive
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