Film chronicles the experiences of communities in PNG--giving a voice to those who are losing their land and natural resources to illegal logging operations and palm oil companies.
A Brazilian indigenous leader who spent decades campaigning for his tribe’s right to live on their ancestral land was murdered on Sunday night
O ministro da Agricultura de Moçambique, José Condungua Pacheco, vê uma "conspiração" nas críticas ao ProSavana.
China led the reclamation of the largest abandoned rice farm in Mozambique, with the blessing of the authorities. But now the company involved is accused of land grabbing and displacing thousands.
On Our Land chronicles the experiences of rural communities in Papua New Guinea who are being dispossessed of their land and natural resources through illegal logging operations and exposes the resulting destruction to local communities and the environment.
Ethiopia's huge agricultural output has brought about an economic miracle for the nation. But inhabitants are being pushed out of their native land by foreign investors and have no share in the profits.
Desde seu lançamento, o ProSavana é acusado de tentar destruir a agricultura moçambicana por meio de uma “invasão de megaprodutores brasileiros”, que “se utilizariam de financiamento japonês”, em uma “repetição do processo que destruiu o Cerrado brasileiro”.
The film "No Land No Food No Life" examines the challenges and struggles farmers face despite the exultation they experience in their fight to retain control of their land.
Swedish, Norwegian and Dutch investors in Mozambique land grab: powerful new documentary gives a compelling visual portrait of how investment by private financial players can undermine food security and human rights in developing countries.
Tahun 2012 mengatakan bahwa Hutan Adat Bukan lagi bagian dari Hutan Negara. Film ini berisi penjelasan dan penegasan para tokoh instansi negara, pakar hukum dan masyarakat adat mengenai Putusan MK No. 35. (English subtitles)
On Al Jazeera’s talk show South2North, Redi Tlhabi debates the new scramble for Africa with former Mozambican president Joaquim Chissano, Nigerian politician Nkoyo Toyo and Philippe Heilberg, a land investor from the US.
New WRM video based on interviews with people from communities in Africa affected by the expansion of oil palm plantations.