Les populations s'opposent au projet Senhuile et ont encore marché.
TBS News visits Mozambique to look into why farmers are opposed to Japan's agricultural development programme with Brazil.
An ex-Wall Street banker jets off to South Sudan to show how investors are rushing to Africa in a modern-day land-grab. Watch Al Jazeera 'Witness'.
Le projet de plantations de palmiers à huile sur 70 000 ha semble de moins en moins en mesure de se concrétiser. Reportage d'Al Qarra TV.
Animation from Oxfam showing how families are being unfairly evicted from their land and left with no way to grow food or earn a living as a result of big land deals in poor countries.
Translation of an interview given by the coordinator of the consulting firm responsible for developing the ProSavana master plan and coordinating private sector investment.
Two Vietnamese firms bankrolled by Deutsche Bank and the International Finance Corporation – the World Bank's private lending arm – are leading a wave of land grabs in Cambodia and Laos, causing widespread evictions, illegal logging and food insecurity, according to a report.
Rubber Barons shows how vast amounts of land have been acquired for rubber plantations in Cambodia and Laos by two of Vietnam's biggest largest companies, Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) and the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG).
Reportage diffusé par la radio ZIK-FM de Kaolack sur la campagne de lutte contre l'accaparement des terres agricoles conduite par le Conseil national de concertation et de coopération des ruraux (CNCR).
Recueil de témoignages des victimes du projet Senhuile-Senéthanol dans les villages de Ndiaël, au Sénégal.
It was their native customary land until palm oil companies came and claimed it their own. With the help of corrupt politicians, almost 9,000 hectares of forest and agricultural lands were flattened. Fences were put up, barring indigenous peoples from entering their own ancestral land. This is the story of Melikin. The story of many indigenous peoples in Sarawak.
Des paysans d'Ecoruralis dénoncent la mainmise des sociétés multinationales sur près d'un million de terres arables, soit 6% des superficies cultivables roumaines.