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The rise of corporate plantations in the Philippines
The country’s practice of large monocropping for export dates back to Spanish and US colonial times when the hacienda system was introduced to shift...
Wars of Extinction (A Review)
In an age where postmodern cultural pluralism is the dominant research program in the academe, where postcolonial theory celebrates the subaltern...
UNDRIP and corporate plantations in Mindanao
The UNDRIP also states that the right to lands, territories and resources of the IPs is determined not primarily by any State recognition or...
Opposition in Sanipon
Bgy. Sanipon in Kibawe, Bukidnon, measuring about 5,000 hectares and where the Pulangi V reservoir will be built, will be literally wiped out when...
Displacing the Banwaon
The ancestral land of the Banwaon has been greatly threatened by the incursion of logging and mining companies. Hence, they formed the Tagdumahan...
Taking roots again
In an effort to support TINDOGA reestablish themselves on their lands, the ‘Project New Genesis’ (PNG) has supported several activities of the...

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