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12 July 2019

Yanomami Amazon reserve invaded by 20,000 miners; Bolsonaro fails to act

Author: Mongabay

An estimated 20,000 illegal goldminers (garimpeiros) have entered Yanomami Park, one of Brazil’s biggest indigenous reserves, located in Roraima and Amazonas states, near the border with Venezuela. The miners are well funded, likely by entrepreneurs,...

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10 July 2019

WA Government issues Chinese company a stop-work order over Kimberley land clearing

Author: Claire Moodie, ABC News

21 June 2019...

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10 July 2019

Yakka Munga station blockaded by protesters in fight to protect Kimberley land

Author: Claire Moodie, ABC News

19 June 2019...

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8 July 2019

Mexico: 250 communities to be relocated as part of the Mayan Train project

Author: Prensa Latina (Cuba)

“250 Communities in Mexico to Be Relocated for Mayan Train Project”, 4th July 2019...

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12 June 2019

Cambodia: A Thai civil court hears an inquiry trial of a class action lawsuit filed by Cambodian villagers who have involved in land conflicts with a Thai company

Author: Rina Chandran, Reuters

"Cambodian farmers battle in landmark lawsuit against Thai sugar firm", 12 June 2019...

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10 June 2019

SOAS, Executive Course in Public International Law

Course | 9-13 September | London

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30 April 2019

TrialWatch app by Microsoft & CFJ uses artificial intelligence to simplify trial documentation

Author: Jeremy Kaplan, Digital Trends (USA)

"George Clooney and Microsoft’s TrialWatch hopes to put a spotlight on injustice", 25 Apr 2019...

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30 April 2019

Paraguay: After 6 months of peaceful protest, agreement reached between displaced Indigenous Tacuara’I & govt. over land now being used by soy bean agribusiness

Author: Open Democracy, Intercontinental Cry (USA)

“The Tacuara’i want to return home after being violently evicted from their ancestral territory” – 24 April 2019...

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23 April 2019

Editorial: Why lack of proper regulatory framework could make Somalia’s oil a curse

Author: Rasna Warah, The Elephant(Kenya)

"Adding Fuel to Fire: Why Somalia’s Oil Could Prove to Be a Curse"...

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3 April 2019

Commentary: Egypt’s brutal crackdown on workers’ rights

Author: Robert Fisk, The Independent

"Egypt’s brutal crackdown on workers’ rights runs far deeper than the fate of two actors", 27 March 2019...

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