"Economic and political rights are a huge part of the story of how we developed in rich countries. For the rest of the world, we have a very different model of how development happens."
Cambodia's political crossroads is shaping how much room there is for debate on economic and social policy, as well as institutional reforms.
United Nations visit highlights importance of continued negotiation with indigenous peoples.
It’s the power to affect the lives of the poor people—not always for the better—that makes it essential for Oxfam to engage with the private sector.
Despite the acquisition, opposition to mining in El Salvador is widespread (and justified).
Coke’s influence could make the difference in land grab cases in Cambodia and Brazil.
The biggest brand commits to zero tolerance for land grabbing.
In Latin America, the focus has shifted to Canada and the U.S. for how their companies operate abroad.
Even with strong legislation in place, indigenous peoples face challenges in realizing rights.