Indigenous land rights
How Maasai women are resisting land grabs

Pastoralists, such as the Maasai community, have lost their land to mining, tourism and conservation as a result of unjust practices that are rooted in colonial processes

Thailand land rights activists prosecuted Land rights activists in Thailand face prosecution for sit-in protest in Bangkok

A total of 16 activists have received summons for participating in a two-week long protest in Bangkok for land rights and the rights of the Indigenous Bang Kloi community

US Supreme Court ends pandemic-related federal ban on evictions and other stories

Today we look at the lifting of a federal ban on evictions in the US, the Struggle for Life protest by Indigenous communities in Brazil, and more

Casualties reported after bombing and gunfire outside Kabul airport and other stories

Today we look at the explosions outside the Kabul airport, the Danish government’s intervention in a historic nurses strike, and more

Indigenous activists fighting Enbridge pipeline in US arrested, allege treaty violation

As activists and anti-pipeline protesters continue to resist the pipeline construction in Minnesota, they face arrests and intimidation by local authorities

Indigenous-led climate justice activists vow to continue resisting Enbridge pipeline in US

Around 250 protesters who are opposing a controversial pipeline project in the State of Minnesota in the United States have been arrested over the past few days.

US pipeline protest Despite mass arrests, Minnesota anti-pipeline protesters to continue their struggle

Indigenous groups and environmental activists have been opposing the construction of the final phase of the Line 3 pipeline in northwestern Minnesota. The pipeline is operated by the Canadian oil giant Enbridge Inc