World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh
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Land rights activists protest against land seizures without succumbing to threats of violence from the security guards.

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  • Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Women land rights activists who march in the rain to protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A woman of land rights activist who attached a sticker to her own face during a protest march against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.A woman of land rights activist who attached a sticker to her own face during a protest march against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: A woman of land rights activist who attached a sticker to her own face during a protest march against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Puppets march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Puppets march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Puppets march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A woman of land rights activist holds photographs of jailed prominent activist Tep Vanny during march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Ms.Vanny was arrested by the authorities during the 'Black Monday' protest on August 15, 2016.
Human rights groups and supporters of Ms.Vanny have continued to calling for release of her.A woman of land rights activist holds photographs of jailed prominent activist Tep Vanny during march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Ms.Vanny was arrested by the authorities during the 'Black Monday' protest on August 15, 2016.
Human rights groups and supporters of Ms.Vanny have continued to calling for release of her.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: A woman of land rights activist holds photographs of jailed prominent activist Tep Vanny during march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Ms.Vanny was arrested by the authorities during the 'Black Monday' protest on August 15, 2016. Human rights groups and supporters of Ms.Vanny have continued to calling for release of her.
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  • A Daun Penh district security guard threatens a woman of land rights activist who participated in a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Am Sam Ath, technical supervisor for rights group Licadho and Chan Puthisak, a leader of land rights activists of Boeng kak community and a journalist received an unprovoked and violent attack by the security guards during the march.
Most of participants to the march consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.A Daun Penh district security guard threatens a woman of land rights activist who participated in a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Am Sam Ath, technical supervisor for rights group Licadho and Chan Puthisak, a leader of land rights activists of Boeng kak community and a journalist received an unprovoked and violent attack by the security guards during the march.
Most of participants to the march consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: A Daun Penh district security guard threatens a woman of land rights activist who participated in a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Am Sam Ath, technical supervisor for rights group Licadho and Chan Puthisak, a leader of land rights activists of Boeng kak community and a journalist received an unprovoked and violent attack by the security guards during the march. Most of participants to the march consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Land rights activists confront the Daun Penh district security guards during a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Land rights activists confront the Daun Penh district security guards during a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Land rights activists confront the Daun Penh district security guards during a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A woman of land rights activist who protests against an act of violence of Daun Penh district security guards during a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Am Sam Ath, technical supervisor for rights group Licadho and Chan Puthisak, a leader of land rights activists of Boeng kak community and a journalist received an unprovoked and violent attack by the security guards during the march.
Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.A woman of land rights activist who protests against an act of violence of Daun Penh district security guards during a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Am Sam Ath, technical supervisor for rights group Licadho and Chan Puthisak, a leader of land rights activists of Boeng kak community and a journalist received an unprovoked and violent attack by the security guards during the march.
Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: A woman of land rights activist who protests against an act of violence of Daun Penh district security guards during a march to celebrate the World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Am Sam Ath, technical supervisor for rights group Licadho and Chan Puthisak, a leader of land rights activists of Boeng kak community and a journalist received an unprovoked and violent attack by the security guards during the march. Some hundreds of people participated in the march, and they went from the former Dey Krahorm eviction site to freedom park to hold a peaceful demonstration. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A protester who injured finger during a clash with the Daun Penh district security guards on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.A protester who injured finger during a clash with the Daun Penh district security guards on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
  • A man who participated in a march to cerebrate the World Habitat Day in the rain in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of marchers protest against land seizures on the day. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.A man who participated in a march to cerebrate the World Habitat Day in the rain in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of marchers protest against land seizures on the day. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: A man who participated in a march to cerebrate the World Habitat Day in the rain in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of marchers protest against land seizures on the day. Most of participants consisted of land rights activists and victims of land grabs who have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Women land rights activists and victims of land grabs who protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes.
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Women land rights activists and victims of land grabs who protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes.
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Women land rights activists and victims of land grabs who protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of people participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who receive the blessing by buddhist monk during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who receive the blessing by buddhist monk during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who receive the blessing by buddhist monk during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who receive the blessing by buddhist monks during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who receive the blessing by buddhist monks during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who receive the blessing by buddhist monks during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Land rights activists who receive the blessing by buddhist monks during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Land rights activists who receive the blessing by buddhist monks during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Land rights activists who receive the blessing by buddhist monks during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Women land rights activists and victims of land grabs who shout during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Women land rights activists and victims of land grabs who shout during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. 
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Women land rights activists and victims of land grabs who shout during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A boy who shouts during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.A boy who shouts during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: A boy who shouts during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A young girl holds model of a house during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in a demonstration from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.A young girl holds model of a house during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in a demonstration from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: A young girl holds model of a house during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in a demonstration from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who submit petitions to an official from the Land Management Ministry during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who submit petitions to an official from the Land Management Ministry during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh.
Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Land rights activists and victims of land grabs who submit petitions to an official from the Land Management Ministry during a protest against land seizures on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. Some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Oum Sophy, a victim of land grabs who shouts during a protest on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. She is a representative of villagers of Kompong Chhnang province. The KNC Company which allegedly robbed the land of the villagers of 182 hectares. On this day, some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest rally from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.Oum Sophy, a victim of land grabs who shouts during a protest on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. She is a representative of villagers of Kompong Chhnang province. The KNC Company which allegedly robbed the land of the villagers of 182 hectares. On this day, some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest rally from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. 
They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. 
Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
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      Freedom Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 10/10/2016: Oum Sophy, a victim of land grabs who shouts during a protest on World Habitat Day in Phnom Penh. She is a representative of villagers of Kompong Chhnang province. The KNC Company which allegedly robbed the land of the villagers of 182 hectares. On this day, some hundreds of victims of land grabs and land rights activists participated in the protest rally from several villages which embroiled in land disputes. They have struggled against the tyranny and land issues for many years. Land issues have become the most serious social issue in Cambodia after the civil war. Estimate that more than 770,000 people have been evicted since 2000 due to various land development.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi

 

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