Land Rights


About one-third of Thailand’s labour force works in agriculture, but many farmers are landless or face threats to the land they depend on for food or income. In some cases, government policies, development projects and conservation efforts push communities off the land they have lived on for generations. Meanwhile, most of the country’s land is owned by a few or controlled by the state. In the category “Land Rights,” we highlight at-risk communities who fight to be treated fairly in land rights conflicts.

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