Building Community Resistance Against Land Grabbing
PANAP and its partners engaged in a three-year collaborative project that included documentation of case studies on land grabbing. Through this initiative, local groups were able to use the documentation process to investigate local and/or foreign investments that affect their customary rights and threaten to displace them; consolidate their communities through organising; and engage in media campaigns to amplify their resistance against land grabbing. Using a common research design local groups from Indonesia, Pakistan, the Philippines and Sri Lanka developed these case studies over one and a half years.
|Title:||Building Community Resistance Against Land Grabbing|
|Authors:||Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific|
|Publisher:||Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific|
|Appears in Sub-Collections:||Land grabbing|
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