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Land Grabbing and Indigenous Rights

In recent decades, a complex web of factors has led to land rushes and large-scale land acquisitions in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. In many instances, businesses and state bodies have obtained rights to large tracts of communities’ traditional land and converted the land to large scale agribusiness, mining, or timber operations.

Access to justice, Environmental Rule of Law, Human rights, indigenous peoples, land acquisition, mineral resource