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India, Telangana: The Citizens’ Report on the Fourth Year of the NDA Government 2018

PRESS COMMUNIQUÉ By Wada Na Todo Abhiyan Release of The Citizens’ Report on the Fourth Year of the NDA Government 2018: Promises and Reality: National Release- 22 May 2018 Telangana Release: 25th  May 2018

Philippines, Call for donations! Kadamay's School Bag Project

Warm greetings comrades in the international community!This coming June will be the resumption of classes for primary and secondary schools all over the Philippines. With the stark inequalities in the Philippines, many children do not have access to the basic tools and supplies they need to fully experience the education in schools.

Bandung, Indonesia, 5th Urban Social Forum: December 16, 2017

The 5th Urban Social Forum will be held on Saturday, December 16, 2017 in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia and is a public, democratic, and inclusive space for the discussion and formulation of alternative and progressive ideas for our cities. The event invites civil society organizations, social leaders, community members, students and academics from all over Indonesia and beyond to gather and exchange experiences, build knowledge, and network with other leaders and organizations.

Courageous resistance to forced eviction for New Yogyakarta International Airport

On the morning of 27th November 400 officials – police, army and representatives of Indonesia’s state-owned airport developer PT Angkasa Pura I – arrived to survey land for New Yogyakarta International Airport (NYIA) in the Temon District in the Kulonprogo Regency, on the south coast of central Java. An attempted land grab for the airport, and the courageous resistance of residents resisting forced eviction is documented in a video by Jogja Darurat Agraria . In the space of just two days bulldozers have wreaked devastation reminiscent of a powerful earthquake that struck the island of Java in 2006. Parts of some houses have been destroyed and trees and plants uprooted leaving bare earth.

Maldive, Airport plans leave Kulhudhuffushi families in the dark over relocation

Families whose homes will be demolished to make way for an airport in Kulhudhuffushi have yet to be told about relocation plans.

Tamil Nadu, India, Residents oppose acquisition of land for airport expansion

Residents of patathammal street staging a protest against Tiruchi airport expansion plan on Monday. | Photo Credit: B.Velankanni Raj In India, 1,000 people participated in protest against land acquisition for expansion of Trichy Airport (Tamil Nadu) they sat alongside the road to the airport for a day. Most of the residents are from the Dalit community.

Substantial Victory for Indigenous Villages Opposing 2nd Airport on Jeju Island, South Korea

Their struggle is perhaps far from over, but the five villages of Seongsan-eup, Jeju Island–South Korea, who have actively opposed a controversial 2nd airport/ airport city/ aerotropolis project,  have come to an initial agreement with Jeju Island’s provincial government. The two parties agreed to reevaluate the original  feasibility studies done on the proposed area.

Kadamay criticizes Trump visit and ASEAN as ‘extravagantly anti-poor’

News Release 07/11/2017Reference:  Michael Beltran 09554571061, Gloria Arellano, KADAMAY National Chairperson – 09213927457On its 19 year anniversary, Kadamay held various protests at the NHA offices and in front of Malacanang before converging and numbering at around 15, 000 in Pandi, Bulacan with a massive anti-Trump and anti-ASEAN gathering. The militant urban poor group criticized the international affair for its undoubtedly anti-poor agenda. In particular, the group raised alarm at the inevitable profiteering of powerful countries from the reconstruction of Marawi City and the renewed commitments to push neo-liberal policies that lead to massive homelessness and joblessness.

South Korea: Second Jeju airport resistance intensifies – protest camp and hunger strike

Residents of five villages threatened with the loss of their homes for a second airport on Jeju island have set up a protest camp and their resistance is garnering support from many organizations.

Press Release -The Recommendations of ITE: Case of eviction for tourism development in Panaama Village, Sri Lanka

The International Tribunal on Evictions has considered proven violations of human rights, urges authorities of Sri Lanka to stop evictions and to return land to displaced people of Panaama Village, and calls for the military to get out and cease commercial activities.