This category presents how human rights in Sarawak in particular are being violated.
The Headman - Kelesau Naan and the Penan of Long Kerong
On the 23 October 2007 Kelesau Naan, the Headman of the Penan village, Long Kerong, left his wife at a rest area in the forest to check on his traps. He never returned. Two months later his remains ......
18 Oct 2010
Leaked Samling document acknowledges timber group's role in Penan rape cases
Leaked Samling document acknowledges timber group's role in sexual exploitation of Penan women. Logging giant is prohibiting all employees from entering Penan villages or providing transport to Penan ......
14 Sep 2010
Samling threatens Penan with retaliations over rape allegations
Logging giant threatens to suspend all transport services for locals unless Penan retract sexual abuse allegations.
30 Aug 2010
Mission reveals more sexual abuse cases
NGO FACT FINDING MISSION REVEALS MORE SEXUAL ABUSE CASES AMONG PENAN COMMUNITIES
08 Jul 2010
The Dam completed!
The first series, The Dam, has been completed. The last episode, You Canít Eat The Road, went online late April.
02 Jun 2010
Sagong Tasi land rights case conclusion - Selangor Pakatan Rakyat Government Statement
The Selangor State Government welcomes the withdrawal of the appeal before the Federal Court by the Federal Government, the Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) and United Engineers Malaysia Bhd (UEM) ......
26 May 2010
Rainforest advocate Bruno Manser has been missing for ten years
Distinguished speakers remember the missing Swiss human rights activist at a commemoration ceremony in his native city of Basel.
25 May 2010
Baram dam-affected residents speak out
Representative of residents from longhouses affected directly by the proposed Baram Dam have applied for a copy of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), the Social Environmental Impact ......
19 May 2010
Penan score victory over Borneo loggers
LONG SABAI, SARAWAK / MALAYSIA. Two logging road blockades erected by Penan communities have caused a Malaysian timber giant, Samling, to withdraw its bulldozers from the rainforests on the upper ......
26 Apr 2010
EU-Malaysia Cooperation on logging continues to neglect indigenous land rights
The on-going negotiations between Malaysia and the European Union (EU) to enter into a Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) on the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) has virtually ......
15 Apr 2010