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11 Nov 2013

Accountability Counsel, Accountability Project, Human Rights Watch & others

[PDF] Situation of Penan Families At Murum Dam Site, Sarawak [Malaysia]

...Indigenous Penan…who are peacefully protesting at the site of the Murum Hydroelectric Project...have been cordoned off by a barricade of armed police…[Groups] carrying basic supplies…for distribution all have reported that their access to the site has been blocked. At least two minors have been reported amongst a group of protesters who have been arbitrarily arrested…Consent…was never granted by affected indigenous peoples’ communities…Affected people…have yet to access the social or environmental impact assessment documents, and to be informed of the full plans for the pending resettlement…[C]ompensation...has yet to be paid…[refers to Sarawak Energy; Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Sarawak Energy to respond; response provided.]