Video on the indigenous people of Palawan, Philippines and fight against mining companies MacroAsia and Lebach via Philippines: MacroAsia And The Plundering Of Protected Areas - Unravelling The Roots Of Illegality.
The Hindu : Opinion / Op-Ed : Government, leave these kids alone.
Hundreds of anti-nuclear demonstrators marched in Tokyo Sunday, calling for Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda to abandon the country's atomic energy programme following last year's Fukushima accident. http://www.krqe.com/dpp/news/world/Antinuclear-protests-signal-new-activism-in-Japan_85041919
Narmada Bachao Andolan Press note : 26th August 2012 OMKARESHWAR DAM OUSTEES START JAL SATYAGRAH 250 MEN AND WOMEN CONTINUOUSLY STANDING IN THE RISING WATERS OF OMKARESHWAR DAM Around 250 dam affected people have started their jal satyagraha, in the continuously rising water of the Omkareshwar dam. It may be noted that the water level... Continue Reading →
In the Americas, governments continue to put profits over indigenous peoples' rights in development projects via International: Governments Prioritize Profit Over Indigenous Peoples’ Rights.
The Department of Labour and Employment will continue to help indigenous people of Bagulin via Philippines: DOLE 1 Empowers Indigenous Peoples Of Bagulin.
Indigenous Papuans were arrested by police on the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples via West Papua: Indigenous Papuans Arrested For The Celebrating The UN International Day Of The World’s Indigenous Peoples.
Adivasies of Betul and Harda in action; on the face of all odds continuing with a unique solution to environment degradation and hunger. Malnutrition and hunger deaths are not new to Adivasies’, they have been struggling with it for many decades now, and none of the government’s welfare schemes could ever solve it. To add... Continue Reading →
Southeast Asian nations are considering humanitarian assistance for Muslim-minority Rohingya facing ‘pain and suffering’ in Myanmar, the head of the ASEAN regional bloc said on Wednesday. Association of Southeast Asian Nations secretary general Surin Pitsuwan said the bloc should be “part of solution to the problem” that escalated in June with a bloody clash that... Continue Reading →