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Latest Updates

26 February 2015
The issue of pesticides and its impact on human health and the environment are of concern to not only the people of Cameron Highlands but also the whole of Malaysia. The use of pesticides in...

Press Release by The Asian Peasant Coalition (APC)
15 February 2015
The Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) hails the victory of the farmers & fishers belonging to the Organization for the Protection of Paanam Paththuwa (OPPP) in winning their lands back through...

Feature Story
03 February 2015
The land question in the Philippines has often been exemplified by the life and death struggle of thousands of farmworkers in the Hacienda Luisita sugar plantation in Tarlac province. The 6,453-...

Feature Story
02 February 2015
Her stories evoke the eloquent peace of a simple life in the countryside when she speaks of her modest routine. One may not have imagined that Biju’s fulfillment with her serene environment today was...

Press Release by PAN International and IPEN
17 December 2014
(Geneva) International delegates at a global forum set up to achieve sound management of chemicals worldwide, have agreed to address the problem of highly hazardous chemicals (HHPs). This action...

By Sarojeni V. Rengam, PAN International
15 December 2014
Agenda Item 3 on regional achievements, strengths and challenges in the context of working towards the 2020 goal. Thank you President. Pesticide Action Network (PAN) International, an international...

Press Statement
15 December 2014
PENANG, Malaysia – Regional advocacy group PAN Asia Pacific (PANAP) today expressed grave concern on the recent massacre in Paniai in West Papua, Indonesia that reportedly killed at least five youth...