Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Indigenous Groups, Activists Risk Arrest To Blockade Logging In Malaysia

GUA MUSANG, Malaysia – In their fight for the rights of peninsular Malaysia’s native people, the Orang Asli, an alliance of women are making...

Malaysia: Six villages protest alleged encroachment by prawn farm project in...

KOTA KINABALU: A delegation from the Gabungan 6 Kampung (G6) Pitas action committee is appealing to Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman to intervene...

Malaysia: Suhakam fed with false claims: Dept

Kota Kinabalu: Suhakam's justification to excise 1,000 hectares of Kg Bobotong for squatters who are battling eviction on grounds that they had settled there...

Malaysia: In bitter land dispute with state, Suhakam finding offers hope...

KOTA KINABALU, March 24 — A glimmer of hope is in sight for the villagers of Tongod who are on the brink of losing...

Malaysia: Tongod villagers deny claims

Telupid: Villagers of Kg Bolotong denied claims that they did not abide by the Sabah Forestry Department's eviction notice, saying it was the department...

Malaysia: Demolition of Orang Asli homes in Sabah condemned

PETALING JAYA: Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia (JOAS) has called on the Forestry Department to engage meaningfully with indigenous communities across Malaysia instead of resorting...

Malaysia: ORANG ASAL HOUSES AT TONGOD CUT DOWN BY RUTHLESS FORESTRY...

KOTA KINABALU: Activists and politicians have chastised the Sabah Forestry Department as well as the Conservator of Forests for being cold-hearted so as to...

Malaysia: The politics of native titles in Sarawak

Political malaise and self-serving leaders have left the indigenous Dayak people on shaky ground when it comes to land claims, writes James Chin. On 7 January, Dayak “intellectuals”...

Malaysia: Uggah receives DIG memo on behalf of state govt

KUCHING: The Dayak Intellectual Group (DIG) thanked Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas for his support and consent to receive its memorandum...