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The Fate of Customary Forests

Monday, December 5, 2022

There is still very little recognition for customary forests. Commitment from the government and initiatives in the form of regulations are needed in order to ensure that indigenous people can live a sustainable life.

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ALTHOUGH it is a step forward, the customary forest designation for a region managed by seven communities in Papua is not some extraordinary gift from the government. It was only right that the government granted this status to stop indigenous people in Papua continually being sidelined by the aggressive expansion of oil palm and mining corporations.

The environment and forestry ministry handed over the written decision regarding the customary f

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