This research examined the impact of large scale land deals related to oil palm on indigenous and local communities in East and West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Framed through intersectional feminist political ecology approaches, the project explores community experiences in relation to arrangements for land acquisition, the impacts of 'benefit-sharing' arrangements and long term prospects for sustainable livelihoods.
|Effective start/end date||8/08/16 → 15/11/16|
- oil palm
- feminist political ecology
- social justice
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