Security of transnational flows of natural resources in Indonesia – a study into the role of private and state security actors in protecting the interests of the international extractive industry and their impact on the human rights and security of local people
Research Time Range : July 2016 – February 2017
In 2016, Inkrispena cooperate with SOMO and University of Nottingham conduct a field study in Jambi Province on two companies, which are: PT. Wirakarya Sakti and PT. Asiatic Persada.
Both of the Company related with MNC, which are: Sinarmas and Wilmar.
Both the company conduct severe Human Right Violation, in the form of farmer activist killing, due to land eviction conflict with local community. On both case, though the perpetrator of the crime is being caught, but the community still feel dissatisfied because they belief that the killing is conducted by the company order.
Aside from the major human right violation, both of the company also violated many of the local community rights by conducting eviction and forest destruction in which they are supported by the Military and/or Police.
The company human right violation has caused a great loss to the community, physically they lost their land and livelihood, culture or way of life, and also environmental damage. Psychologically, they experience continuous fear and abuse
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