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Please sign this Petition: STOP Landgrabbing in Liberia

In the rain forests in Liberia, the Jogbahn Clan is fighting to keep British palm oil company Equatorial Palm Oil PLC (EPO) from grabbing their land.

Landgrabbing in Liberian: Tell Equatorial Palm Oil NO means NO!

A community in Liberia is fighting to keep their home. A British palm oil company wants to clear their land without their permission. Add your voice to the petition below to tell the palm oil company and its major shareholders that the world is watching. NO means NO!


In Liberia, the Jogbahn Clan is fighting to keep British palm oil company Equatorial Palm Oil PLC (EPO) from grabbing their land. On March 5th 2014 the community had a major success when the President of Liberia said EPO would not clear Jogbahn Clan land without community consent. The communities have stood firm and continue to say no. But EPO is not listening. The company continues to conduct studies of the Clan’s land in preparation for clearing.

Watch and share this video and sign the petition. You can read more about the clan's story in this moving blog post 'When our land is free, we're all free' . To hear first hand from the community listen to SDI's radio show. Get more information on this story here.

Watch and share this video and sign the petition. 

 

You can read more about the clan's story in this moving blog post 'When our land is free, we're all free' . To hear first hand from the community listen to SDI's radio show. Get more information on this story by downloading the Media Briefing below.

Landgrabbing in Liberia-Media Briefing
application/pdfMedia Briefing on Equatorial Palm Oil PLC final 06.05.14.pdf (83.25 KB)
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