Updates

JOAS to map Orang Asal Traditional Lands and Territories

  JARINGAN ORANG ASAL SEMALAYSIA  Indigenous Peoples’ Network of Malaysia P.O. Box 511 • 89507 Penampang, Sabah, Malaysia Tel/Fax: +6088 726413 | joasmalaysia@gmail.com | www.joasmalaysia.org     JOAS to map Orang Asal Traditional Lands and Territories Media Contact: Jannie Lasimbang, Secretary General, Jaringan Orang Asal Se Malaysia (JOAS) Ph: +6010 931...

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Borneo Project 25th Anniversary Party!

From supporting logging and mega-dam blockades, to building micro-hydro power systems, to establishing community mapping workshops and helping indigenous children learn to read in their own language, The Borneo Project has been standing in solidarity with the communities of Borneo for over 25 years. That’s something to celebrate! Please join...

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PHOTO ESSAY: The gold farmers

ABOVE: The photo essay accompanying this article is hosted on YouTube. We recommend viewing in enlarged or full-screen mode. …………………… Small-scale illegal mining in West Kalimantan is dangerous to human and environmental health.  It’s also a shot at economic independence for marginalised rural people. “We are the petani kecil (small farmers),” Bang...

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MEDIA RELEASE: International indigenous anti-dam activists join two year anniversary celebration of blockades in Malaysia

Press Release: SAVE Rivers, JOAS, BRIMAS, The Borneo Project, and Bruno Manser Fund 25 October 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE International indigenous anti-dam activists join two year anniversary celebration of blockades in Malaysia Indigenous resistance against the proposed Baram Dam receives international support for the celebration of the second year anniversary...

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Borneo Project DC Film Screening

Please join Executive Director Jettie Word of The Borneo Project to hear about one of the world’s greatest under-told stories: the struggle to preserve the rainforests of Borneo. For 25 years The Borneo Project has worked directly with indigenous and frontline communities in Malaysian Borneo to promote indigenous childhood education,...

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