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  1. Wilmar Palm Oil plantations - Image by Rainforest Rescue

    Country Report on Nigeria:

    28 September 2017
    Report

    Tension and violent conflicts based on land and forests issues are on the increase in Nigeria.

  2. Country Report on Uganda

    27 September 2017
    Report

    Findings reveal that lawlessness (in some cases), ignorance of the law, evictions and unlawful relocations, increasing pressure and conflicts emerging in fishing communities, as well as neighbouring farming communities are all leading to communities losing access to the land and fishing grounds on which they have survived for many years, leading to unemployment and loss of livelihoods among the fisher folks.

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    Report of Global Agrofuels workshop

    01 October 2009
    Article

    TNI with the Uniao Nacional de Camponeses (UNAC) of Mozambique organised a workshop on agrofuels in Mozambique in August/September 2009.

  4. Country Report on South Africa

    27 September 2017
    Report

    This research unpacks the experiences of a small-scale fishing community who face different struggles as a result of governance structures impinging on their fishing rights and food sovereignty.

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    Report slams offset schemes

    01 March 2007
    Article
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    Report from Bali

    Pennie Quinton talks to Kevin Smith
    14 January 2008
    Article
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    Fuelling the debate

    01 February 2008
    In the media
  8. Debating the Global Land Grab

    29 March 2011
    Article

    Coinciding with the Global Land Grab conference held at the University of Sussex, three leading commentators debate the politics of land deals; contrasting a World Bank "code of conduct" perspective with more critical analysis looking at human rights and labour issues.

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    The Debate Over Food Sovereignty in Mexico

    • Guadalupe Rodriguez-Gomez
    01 January 2013
    Paper

    In 2007 a popular movement called "Sin maíz no hay país y sin frijol tampoco' emerged in Mexico, in response to the domestic food crisis.

  10. The Global Land Grab Debate

    15 June 2010
    Article

    Global land grabbing has hit the media headlines and sparked fierce debate about how to both analyse the problem and possible solutions for preventing further dispossession.

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    Mads Barbesgaard - A Report on Ocean Grabbing

    03 September 2014
    Multi-media

    Mads Barbesgaars, chairperson of Afrika Kontakt, gives a report on Ocean Grabbing and it's context within neo-liberalisim and growing inequality, to the delegates of the 6th WFFP General Assembly.

  13. NGO report busts the myths of the Emissions Trading Scheme

    12 April 2013
    Press release

    The European Parliament votes tomorrow (April 16) on the European Commission's proposal to backload 900 million emissions permits within the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).

     
  14. Report of 'Justice for Berta Caceres' International Mission

    • International Mission "Justice for Berta Caceres Flores"
    13 April 2016
    Report

    Report by international mission of 15 parliamentarians, jurists and representatives of human rights, trade union, and popular organizations and networks that travelled to Honduras in mid-March to clarify the context of the assassination of Berta Caceres and to make recommendations to end the culture of impunity affecting human rights defenders in the region.

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    Roundtable debate on Asia European relations

    Walden Bello, Praful Bidwai, Nicola Bullard, Christa Wisterich, Marica Frangakis
    05 October 2010
    Multi-media

    Debate between leading European and Asian analysts on the decline of European power, the economic rise of China and India, the likelihood of global recession, climate change and proposed alternatives to the current global economic model.

  17. Investing in land: a commentary on the World Bank report

    Ian Scoones
    20 September 2010
    Article

    The World Bank's hyped report on land grabbing is confusing and disappointing, because its analysis lacks an understanding of what drives investments, what politics surrounds land deals, and the socio-political dynamics shaping livelihood outcomes.

  18. Carbon market “growth” is mainly fraudulent, World Bank report shows

    Oscar Reyes
    03 August 2010
    Article

    The global carbon market grew in 2009. Far from signalling a success, this reflects a massive increase in fraud, the dumping of surplus emissions permits by industry, and a rise in financial speculation.

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