Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Suku-Anak-Dalam-Community-In-Jambi-27MZIF30S89Z.htmlConceptually similarSuku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X5Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X2Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X0Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X6Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X1Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X3Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X7Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6X8Completed★★★★Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiGP0STO6WUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO6X4Suku Anak Dalam Community In JambiA portrait of Maya (23) during her interview at her temporary shelter in Tanah Menang hamlet. She belong to the Suku Anak Dalam community - 'people of the forest' - an indigenous community that was recently forcibly evicted by a palm oil company from its traditional lands in Bungku village, Batang Hari regency, Jambi province, Indonesia. On 11 December 2013 up to one thousand armed men including police officers, security and staff of PT Asiatic Persada destroyed homes across four hamlets claimed by the Suku Anak Dalam people and forced the communities to flee. PT Asiatic Persada is owned by the Ganda Group.Locations:Asia-Indonesia-Jambi-Southeast Asia-SumatraDate:14 Jan, 2014Credit:© Ardiles Rante / GreenpeaceLatitude:1°56'8"SMaximum size:3600px X 2400pxLongitude103°16'53"EKeywords:Crying-Day-Families-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-Indigenous People-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Outdoors-Portraits-Sadness-Victims-WomenShoot:Displaced Indigenous Community In Jambi, IndonesiaThe Suku Anak Dalam community has endured a long-standing land conflict with the owners of the PT Asiatic Persada concession in Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia. In 2013, in the middle of a conflict resolution process with the community, its then owner Wilmar sold the company to the Ganda Group, which has now abandoned the process. While Wilmar has a new policy to stop buying palm oil linked to deforestation and land conflict, it continues to do business with Ganda.Greenpeace calls upon Wilmar, Ganda and all palm oil producers to work with communities to solve land tenure conflicts. The plight of the Suku Anak Dalam community is a first test of Wilmar's commitments to trade only 'No deforestation, no peatland, no exploitation' palm oil.