Talking Africa: Podcast on Mining in South Africa and Issues of Violence and Community Engagement

Talking Africa: Podcast on Mining in South Africa and Issues of Violence and Community Engagement

Following the murder of Sikhosiphi “Bazooka” Rhadebe last month for his opposition to mining in the Wild Coast region of South Africa, the radio discussion show Talking Africa held an episode on the incident, as well as on issues around mining, violence and community-engagement in the context of African development....

How radio protects community forest land- Cambodia

How radio protects community forest land- Cambodia

  • Written on: 21 August 2015
  • Posted under: Videos

Originally by Oxfam Cambodia. The people of Rattanakiri, Cambodia, are facing numerous novel eco-social challenges- such as illegal logging, deforestation, illegal mining exploration, and illegal fishing or water pollution from hydropower dam construction. Oxfam’s local partner in Cambodia- MEDIA ONE has produced a series of radio programmes propranolol buy no...

ICT’s for Feminist Movement Building

ICT’s for Feminist Movement Building

Across the world, women are using information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support rights agendas, tell their own stories and challenge emerging issues in regard to access, women’s voices and violence. This activist toolkit from Just Associates (JASS),  gives critical insights into different kinds of useful ICTs and how women...

URGENT! POLICE ENTER MAXIMA ACUNA’S LAND AND DESTROY HER HOME FOR A THIRD TIME

URGENT! POLICE ENTER MAXIMA ACUNA’S LAND AND DESTROY HER HOME FOR A THIRD TIME

51% US-owned Yanacocha mining company is continuing its attempt to intimidate Maxima Acuña, a strong opponent of the company’s  gold mine in Northern Peru, by destroying her home. 18th March 2015 – ALERT from Grufides in Perú!: “Workers of Yanacocha mining company are once more entering #MaximaAcuña ‘s land and...

Ugandan Communities Resist Oil and Gas Extraction in Bunyoro Kingdom

Ugandan Communities Resist Oil and Gas Extraction in Bunyoro Kingdom

The Bunyoro region, mid-western Uganda, is celebrated for its rich biodiversity, abundance of water, food growing areas, and places of ecological, cultural and spiritual importance known locally as Ihangiro, or Sacred Natural Sites and Territories. It is home to several national parks and the critical Lake Albert water system that...