Latest News from Masoala

Our Petition
Our Petition | Background In 1997, most of the Masoala peninsula in Madagascar was declared a strictly protected national park.[...]
Update on our Petition
Our online petition "Respect basic human rights in Masoala, Madagascar" has up to date been signed by 318 people from around the[...]
New book on Nature Conservation in Masoala
Eva Keller, founder of Human Rights in Masoala, has been working for many years on a social anthropological research project concerning[...]
New Report on Land Grabbing in Madagascar
LAND GRABBING IN MADAGASCAR. ECHOES AND TESTIMONIES FROM THE FIELD is a new comprehensive report over current land grabbing projects[...]
Refusing farmers’ humanity
Malagasy farmers are often said to be engaged in agricultural practices that will inevitably lead to the eventual destruction of[...]
The Washington Post
Published two years ago in THE WASHINGTON POST on 25 January 2010, Katherine Marshall's column about the concerns raised by[...]
Expulsion of Malagasy families from their land
The Collectif pour la Défense des Terres Malgaches  has launched an online petition against the expulsion of Malagasy families from their land[...]
DON’T MISS
On Sunday 24 July (14:30) and Saturday 6 August (01:05), FRANCE 5 will show a documentary called "La lune et[...]
“Just Conservation”
We have uploaded a link to Just Conservation. Just Conservation is a facebook platform (accessible also to those not on facebook)[...]
Cyclone in February 2011
On 14 February 2011, Ambanizana – one of the villages that the documents you find on this website talk about[...]
Travelling to Masoala?
To those of you who plan to visit Masoala, we recommend HARIMALALA Paul Clément as tourist guide. Paul is an[...]