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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    May, 2018
    Africa

    Includes the indigenous peoples of Ethiopia; Ethiopia’s dire context; food insecurity; land grabs, conflicts and food security; development by displacement I: Ethiopia’s land investment policies; table of land deals with foreign companies in Gambela since 2007; development by displacement II: Ethiopia’s villagization programme; Voluntary Guidelines; time to close the door on land grabbing in Gambela. Concludes that it is time for change.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    July, 2011
    Myanmar

    This report contains the full transcripts of three interviews conducted during March and April 2011 in Tantabin Township, Toungoo District by a villager trained by KHRG to monitor human rights conditions. The three female interviewees described the following abuses: attacks on villages, villagers and livelihoods; killing of villagers; theft and looting; taxation and demands; forced displacement; and forced labour, including the production and supply of building materials and forced portering.

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    July, 2011
    Myanmar

    This report contains the full transcript of an interview conducted by a KHRG researcher in May 2011 with a villager from Ler Doh Township, Nyaunglebin District. The researcher interviewed Naw P---, a 40-year-old farmer who described her experiences living in a Tatmadaw-controlled relocation site, and in her original village in a mixed-administration area under effective Tatmadaw control.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    May, 2012
    Myanmar

    This report contains the full transcript of an interview conducted during October 2011 in Nyaunglebin District by a community member trained by KHRG to monitor human rights conditions. The community member interviewed Naw P---, a 42-year-old flat field farmer, who described her experiences being forcibly relocated by Tatmadaw troops, most recently in 2004 from D--- to T--- relocation village.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    May, 2011
    Myanmar

    At least 8,885 villagers in 118 villages in Lu Thaw Township, Papun District have either exhausted their current food supplies or are expecting to do so prior to the October 2011 harvest. The 118 villages are located in nine village tracts, where attacks on civilians by Burma's state army, the Tatmadaw, have triggered wide scale and repeated displacement since 1997.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    January, 2012
    Myanmar

    This report includes a situation update submitted to KHRG in November 2011 by a villager living in a hiding site in northern Lu Thaw Township, Papun District. The villager described an incident that occurred in October 2011 in which Tatmadaw soldiers fired six mortar shells into an area in which civilians are actively seeking to avoid attacks by Tatmadaw troops; no one was killed or injured during the attack.

  7. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    February, 2017
    Global

    The Portfolio Overview provides a global overview of DFID's programmes working on land issues and highlights lessons and trends emerging from major land programmes over recent years.

    This year's Portfolio Overview also provides an in-depth review of DFID’s land programmes and interventions in Nigeria and highlights opportunities for existing and new programmes to tackle land issues in their pursuit of inclusive economic growth.

  8. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    September, 2016
    Brazil

    Até quando?

    Dom Roque Paloschi*
    * Presidente do Conselho Indigenista Missionário (Cimi) e arcebispo de Porto Velho

    “Quero ver o direito brotar como fonte e correr a justiça qual riacho que não seca”
    Profeta Amós 5,24

    O Conselho Indigenista Missionário (Cimi) acolhe com carinho o apelo do Papa Francisco quando nos diz:  

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