Martin Huber

Martin is a human rights activist and worked several years voluntarily for Amnesty International where he was part of campaigning teams and organized public actions. He also gives lectures about activism and human rights issues. He recently traveled to Cambodia doing grassroots work in schools.

Cambodia – A Country as Candyshop for Landgrabbers

Cambodia A Country as Candyshop for Landgrabbers

“My house, possessions, clothes, all went up in smoke. Nothing was left” said Mai, a woman who lived in Bos/O’Bat Moan, a village in the province of Oddar Meanchey, after 150 men from police, military and presumptive workers of the company, which was granted a concession for a large area including her village, burnt down and bulldozed 119 houses. When she went ...

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