Honduras land rights activists hit by "epidemic" of violence, watchdog says
What united all cases was the lack of accountability for the attacks
Photographer captures deadly battle for land and environment in Thailand
"You can't stop a project like this... To stop a project like this would be an injustice to those who were killed later"
Máxima Acuña, a subsistance farmer in Peru’s Northern Highlands, stood up to a mining company who wanted her land for a gold and copper mind. They didn’t make it easy for her.
Indian film heroes tackle land rights, champion underdog
Over half a dozen recent, big-budget movies from some southern states of India have been about land
Tensions rise at North Dakota pipeline as Trump set to take White House
Police used tear gas and fired bean-bag rounds to disperse crowds, and have arrested nearly 40 people since Monday
U.S. lawmakers urge end to Honduras security aid after murder of land rights activist
U.S. military aid should not be going to security forces who have been accused of serious human rights abuses, lawmakers say
Belarus leads group of about 17 nations to block LGBT rights in U.N. cities plan-sources
Sources said a behind-the-scenes campaign by Belarus had blocked a plan to include the rights of LGBT in a new urban strategy drawn up by the United Nations
Campaigners urge Kazakhstan to free activists facing trial over land reform protests
Protests were sparked by fears land reforms would allow foreigners - especially Chinese companies - to take over farmland
Vietnam jails land activist a second time for 'public disorder'
In recent years, a real estate market boom in Vietnam has stirred up protests by small landowners evicted to make way for construction projects