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Demand Justice for Communities Arrested, Attacked, and Displaced for Agribusiness

Over 40 villagers are in custody after being brutally forced off their land at gunpoint, their homes burnt, at the demand of a plantation company producing coconut and palm oil in Tiberias Village, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

This is nothing short of an outrage. Violent corporate land grabs like this should be a thing of the past — yet they continue to this very day. Corporations can no longer hide from accountability from these rampant human rights abuses.

We demand justice for the community of Tiberias Village! Add your name now and join RAN, local groups, and the community.


We demand the immediate release of community members arrested for protecting their rightfully owned land, farms and houses.

We demand an immediate investigation by the Indonesian government into the role of the military police and army as security services.

We demand an immediate investigation into the company's role in requesting, or likely paying, the security services who carried out the rights violations.


For more information and the RAN statement on this ongoing crisis, read our press release here. 

Demand Justice for Communities Arrested, Attacked, and Displaced for Agribusiness

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