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Human rights abuses complaint against WWF to be investigated by OECD.

In unprecedented move, OECD will look into allegations that world’s largest conservation organisation facilitated abuse of Baka people of Cameroon.

More… Jan 05, 2017

Vicious Media Campaign for the Renewal of the 1,500 km2 Land Grab Threat in Loliondo.

Vicious media campaign and aborted visit by the PM.

More… Dec 12, 2016

Indigenous Sengwer leaders request suspension of EU-funded programme in Kenya

In June 2016, the European Union and the Kenyan Government announced a new EU-funded programme: the Water Towers Protection and Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Programme. The project aims to preserve ecosystem services in Mount Elgon and the Cherangany Hills.

More… Nov 24, 2016

Billionaire's elephant-hunting safaris implicated in "Pygmy” abuses

Survival International has learned that an elephant-hunting safari operation jointly owned by a French billionaire has been implicated in human rights abuses against local Baka “Pygmies” and their neighbors, including illegal evictions and torture.

More… Nov 19, 2016

Human rights abuses and livelihood impacts.

Ivindo National Park, Gabon.

More… Nov 17, 2016

Sengwer Women’s Experiences of Evictions.

And their involvement in the struggle for Sengwer land rights.

More… Oct 19, 2016

Dead donkeys, pastoralists and poisoned lions.

Conservation in Namibia.

More… Oct 15, 2016

A total ban on ivory would be disastrous for elephants. Better to legalise it.

Illegal wildlife trade - From First thoughts By Simon Jenkins in The Guardian

Simon Jenkins proposes that "Allowing African farmers to profit from ivory in a carefully controlled market would give them an incentive to conserve wildlife." We ask: Is this either reasonable or realizable?

More… Sep 23, 2016