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15 September 2001
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Auteur: Oxfam America

The town of Tambogrande... sits directly atop a major gold, zinc and copper deposit that Manhattan Minerals, a small Canadian mining multinational, is seeking to develop into an open-pit mine...Concerned by the proposed relocation and by threats to...

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13 September 2001
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Auteur: Marc Lacey, New York Times

AES Corp., an Arlington, Va.-based company that has grown into the world's largest independent power producer, has struck a $500 million deal with the Ugandan government to build a massive dam near Bujagali that would greatly expand power capacity for...

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  • Entreprises concernées: AES
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12 September 2001
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Auteur: Paul Spencer Sochaczewski, International Herald Tribune

What once was rain forest owned by a local community has been destroyed in the name of development. Rumah Nor, 60 kilometers (about 40 miles) southeast of Bintulu, site of the world's largest natural gas complex, is the scene in a land rights struggle...

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11 September 2001
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Auteur: Greenpeace

The Deni Indian community have begun to cut a physical border around their territory in the Amazon rainforest. This demarcation of their lands is an attempt to protect their traditional territory from industrial exploitation. Without this demarcation...

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8 September 2001
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Auteur: UN Integrated Regional Information Network

Forest dwellers from seven African countries this week appealed for compensation for livelihoods compromised by government activities, and for vindication of their human rights, AFP news agency reported. Meeting in the Rwandan capital, Kigali, from 3-6...

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6 September 2001
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Auteur: Business Day [Johannesburg]

The Herero community in Namibia has instituted a legal claim against three German companies for $2bn in reparations. The Hereros' Paramount Chief Kuaima Riruako, who heads the Chief Hosea Kutako Foundation, said yesterday that the lawsuit against...

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6 September 2001
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Auteur: Financial Gazette [Zimbabwe]

Sudanese rebels have warned that African countries such as Zimbabwe that are contemplating buying cheap fuel from Khartoum will be buying "blood oil" which has been drilled from areas where villagers have been driven out by bombs.

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Article
5 September 2001
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Auteur: U.N. Development Programme

Some of the root causes of conflict they identified stem from a lack of recognition of indigenous peoples' right to land, identity and culture, as well as indigenous social systems and development perspectives. "Development aggression", such as the...

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3 September 2001
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Auteur: UN Integrated Regional Information Network

A group of 867 internally displaced persons (IDPs), forced out of Kyeni Forest in Thika District in early June and who have been living in a roadside camp in Huruma, Thika, since, have complained that they were harassed, intimidated and beaten by...

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3 September 2001
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Auteur: Mario Osava, Inter Press Service

Freitas da Silva's murder is part of a new wave of violence against a backdrop of conflicts over the expansion of soy bean farming...``leading to the displacement of riverside and peasant communities, and the consequent conflicts...''

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