• BBC One Planet - Land grab in Africa
    • BBC
    • 13 April 2012

    We hear from Liberia, where foreign investment is finally starting to flood in after years of civil war. Big international companies are arriving and taking over vast areas of the country - in a move some local farmers and activists describe as a land grab.

  • Out of Africa?
    • BBC
    • 23 Mar 2012

    Neil Crowder of Chayton Capital tells the BBC that farming in Africa can be very profitable - just wait till you hear how much he expects investors will make. But will it also benefit Africans?

  • L'accaparement des terres s'invite dans la campagne présidentielle du Sénégal
    • ENDA Pronat
    • 18 Mar 2012

    Le thème du foncier et de la problématique accaparement des terres a fait son entrée dans la campagne présidentielle du Sénégal. Radio France Internationale (RFI) a réalisé un reportage sur le cas Diokoul.

  • PNG landowners get negligible rent for SABL land leases: expert
    • Radio Australia
    • 01 Mar 2012

    Papua New Guinea landowners are getting very little in the way of rent for vast tracts of land that have been leased out under controversial leases. Interview with Colin Filer.

  • Is ‘land grabbing’ good for Africa?
    • BBC
    • 25 February 2012

    So is it a land grab or a development opportunity? Is land grabbing actually good for Africa? BBC Africa Debate discusses the issue in Freetown in Sierra Leone.

  • Accaparement des terres
    • Radio Canut
    • 16 February 2012

    Entretien avec Fanny, paysanne en Ardèche, qui était présente avec 300 autres paysan-ne-s au Mali, fin novembre, pour le forum contre l’accaparement des terres, à l’appel de la Via Campesina et de la Coordination Nationale des Organisations Paysannes du Mali

  • Behind African ‘land grabs’ by US institutions and universities
    • WBEZ
    • 06 February 2012

    Entities such as USAID, the World Bank, and major U.S. universities are often the architects behind these land deals, which promise benefits for Africans but can often deliver food insecurity and displacement.

  • Une forêt tropicale ancestrale menacée au Cameroun
    • France Inter
    • 30 January 2012

    Pour les défenseurs de l’environnement, la catastrophe écologique est imminente : en septembre 2009, l’Etat du Cameroun a octroyé à une firme agroalimentaire américaine, Héraklès Farms, plus de 70 000 hectares pour exploiter une plantation de palmiers à huile à proximité du Korup National Park.

  • JDA du Jeudi 19 Janvier 2012
    • Africa Nº 1
    • 19 January 2012

    Pourquoi les autorités africaines négligent-elles l’alimentation de leurs populations privilégiant les retombées financières provenant de ces locations et ventes des terres agricoles ?

  • 11pc of farm land foreign-owned
    • ABC
    • 18 January 2012

    A report from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural Research Economic and Sciences shows the amount of farmland that is either partly or wholly foreign-owned has increased by nearly 60 per cent since the early 1980s.

  • 'They made us leave our farms'
    • BBC
    • 17 January 2012

    BBC radio investigates report by Human Rights Watch that claims Britain is indirectly funding a brutally enforced resettlement programme in Ethiopia.

  • Ethiopian government denies forcible relocations
    • BBC
    • 17 January 2012

    The Ethiopian government has denied forcibly relocating tens of thousands of people off their land to make way for foreign investors.

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