We are looking at protecting the rights of communities affected by big infrastructure development. Principal examples include:
- Palm oil plantations in Kalangala
- Oil extraction near Lake Albert
- Exotic tree plantations for carbon trading near Bukaleba (eastern Uganda) and Kikonda Forest Reserve (western)
To fight land grabbing we undertake the following activities:
- Empowering communities through trainings and meetings so that they can advocate for themselves.
- Dialogue meetings with stakeholders and government officials so that important issues are discussed and resolved.
- Research and documentation so that hidden issues are brought to light and become part of local, regional, national, and international dialogues.
- Building coalitions with national and international organisations that are equally committed to stopping land grabbing, especially the type that steals from poor, marginalized communities.