The election outcome in Sarawak and three other BN ‘fixed deposit’ states will decide whether BN remains at the federal level or PR creates history, writes Faisal S Hazis.
More than 50 NGOs have signed a petition supporting the Penans’ struggle against the construction of the Murum Dam.
Miri: The Sarawak Conservation Alliance for Natural Environment (Scane) wishes to inform the government and law enforcement authorities that the situation at the Murum hydroelectric power dam project construction site is peaceful.
Clare Rewcastle writes to members of the Sarawak Press highlighting the predicament of the Penan and the leaked information contained in government reports that have been withheld.
The Penans in Murum affected by the Murum Hydroelectric Power Dam are still blockading the road leading to the construction site of the dam despite newspaper reports saying otherwise, reports Mark Bujang.
The Penans’ blockade of the Murum Dam construction has been blacked out by much of the local and foreign media. What is really going on? Raymond Abin has the story.
Indigenous Penan communities from the Upper Baram region in Sarawak have proposed a ‘Penan Peace Park’ as a model project that integrates forest protection and socio-economic development, reports the Bruno Manser Fund.
Friend and colleagues of the late Khoo Khay Jin pay tribute to this voice of social conscience whose heart was close to the marginalised.
Francis Loh pays tribute to Aliran’s long-time friend and supporter, the scholar-activist Philip Khoo Khay Jin, who passed away in December 2011.
Last Saturday, 22 October, at 10.00am, eight Malaysian police officers, two forest department officials and three Interhill staff jointly dismantled the Penan blockade in Sarawak’s middle Baram region, reports the BMF Team.