World Rainforest Movement

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International appeal against evictions of forest dwellers in India

Posted on Apr 12, 2019

Appeal to India, to its Supreme Court, States, Party Leaders, to the NHRC, NCST and to the UN organs to protect millions forest dwellers’ Human Rights and biocultural diversity from forced evictions.

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India: Communities face additional threats. They still need your support!!

Posted on Apr 10, 2019

The petition to support forest dwelling communities remains open for sign-on until April 19th 2019. You can sign on here.

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Booklet: 12 Tactics Palm Oil Companies Use to Grab Community Land

Posted on Apr 4, 2019

The booklet “Promise, Divide, Intimidate and Coerce: 12 tactics palm oil companies use to grab community land” aims to support communities who want to strengthen their resistance and better prepare themselves to stop corporations from establishing on their lands.

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Guatemala: Conservation Perpetuates the Plunder of Forests

Posted on Mar 11, 2019

The creation of the Maya Biosphere Reserve has been legitimizing a destructive model: infrastructure and energy projects, hand-in-hand with Protected Areas “without people.” While conservation NGOs fatten their portfolios, peasant and indigenous communities are displaced, or conditioned to depend on NGOs and the market.

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The Human Cost of Strictly Protected Areas in the Congo Basin

Posted on Mar 11, 2019

In Africa’s Congo Basin the many promises of rights-based and participatory conservation have miserably failed to materialise. For communities living in and around protected areas, the reality continues to be one of dispossession, impoverishment and widespread human rights abuses.

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Support Cacique Babau and his family

Posted on Feb 21, 2019

Cacique Babau, from Serra do Padeiro Tupinambá community (Brazil), has been suffering repeated threats. People and social organizations, through a letter to the Governor, demand that the state guarantee his safety. We urge you to sign-on the letter in solidarity.

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