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The Handling of Lapindo Case Suppress Women Problems PDF Print E-mail
Press Release: The Movement of Lapindo Victims Demanding Justice, 27 May 2009

Entering its third years, The Lapindo mud-flood case in Sidoarjo East Java has consecutively inflicted more suffering especially to women as the plurality of the victims. Despite the fact, women and children issue in this case barely noticed or formally discussed as a specific issue. Throughout the past three years the approach taken to handle the situation was compensating all the loss with land based calculation regulated by Presidential decree No. 14/2007 and its revised version No. 48/2008 which still focusing only on land and building asset transaction.  Clearly, the approach benefits PT Lapindo Brantas and time shows that the scheme has not touch the problems faced by 35 thousand women, half of the victims. 
Manado Ocean Declaration Donít Threaten Ocean State Sovereignty PDF Print E-mail
Joint Press Release, 13 Mei 2009
GreenPeace, La Via Campesina, WALHI/FoE Indonesia, KIARA/SEAFish Indonesia, JATAM, COMMIT, Institut Hijau Indonesia, Kesatuan Nelayan Tradisional Indonesia (KNTI)

Hesitancy on World Ocean Conference - Coral Triangle Initiave (WOC-CTI)  to respond marine and fishery problems, evenmore world climate change, has outgrowed. The meeting was blotted by silencing activists and artisanal fishers. Until the third day of the forum, there isn't any emerged good news yet for ensuring food security, fishery productivity, and CT 6 state sovereignty either increasing the elevation resilience of coastal communities. It is concerning that MOD will threaten state sovereignty.
PT. Arun and Exxon Mobil, Go away from Aceh ! PDF Print E-mail

Related to PT.Arun Gas Leakage Issue, PT. Arun and Exxon Mobil, Go away from Aceh !

Pers Release Walhi Aceh (Aceh-Indonesia Environmental Organization),  May 6, 2009

Banda Aceh-Indonesia,  for the second time, Walhi Aceh (Aceh-Indonesia Environmental Organization), argued the Government of Republic Indonesia to investigate clearly the case of PT. Arun LNG happened on April 22, 2009 happening in Blang Panyang, Kecamatan Muara Satu, Lhokseumawe, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province. Until today, there is no legally responsibility or compensation paid by PT. Arun to the community as the victims who poisoned because of the gas leakage.

Anti-Coal Coalition Demands end of Doal Use in Indonesia PDF Print E-mail

Press Release, 11 February 2009

Cilacap, 11 February 2009 – Cilacap community group under KAM Cilacap (Cilacap people aspiration committee) together with the Anti-Coal Coalition(1) demand the Government to stop new developments of coal-powered electricity plants because their adverse impacts outweigh their benefits – to local community and for the global climate.

BHP Billiton Backs Off from the Gag Islands; A decision worth following PDF Print E-mail
JATAM Press Release, 18th November 2008

BHP Billiton has announced its decision to withdraw its nickel mining proposal in the Gag islands last Thursday. (The Australian,14/11).

Should the mining continue, it would destroy the Gag Island in Papua, which covers a total of 9,200 hectares. Gag Island is part of the Raja Ampat archipelago, renowned for its mega biodiversity.
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