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Land Rights

The following are short stories of Lao villages and address common conflicts such as disputes over land, management of agricultural lands, as well as world development. The aim of these videos is to create easy communication and information tools, which are accessible and convenient. The videos were made in cooperation with the  Department of Agricultural Land Management, Department of Land Management, and the National Committee for Rural Development and Poverty Eradication.
English subtitles are available on all videos.

Good News My Beloved Land Flow of Solidarity
The Son in Law Whose Fault Learning is Sharing

The following videos are mini-drama short films on land management and land law that we collaborated with the  Department of Agricultural Land Management, Department of Land Management, and the National Committee for Rural Development and Poverty Eradication.

Morradok-Por Nam-Jai-Nang Fa-Lang-Fon
Bod-Hien-La-Ka-Paeng Kam-Mun-Sunya Man-Hua-Jai
FLEGT

These short films illustrates this anti-illegal logging project in cooperation with the EU.

Lao version English version Stories from the Ground
flegtlaoy flegtengy  stories

Take a look and listen to the voices of villagers on their views of the land.

y01 y02 y03
Amlee talks about their
peaceful neighbors.
Amleuam talks about
his rights with the land.
Amnote expresses the
importance of protecting
the land for future generations.
y04 y05 y06
Amphan describes how everything comes from
the forest.
Amphone talks about using the land to grow his crops. Amsong talks about how people still hunt animals improperly.
y07 y08 y09
Bot talks about how land conflicts have decreased in their village. Bouat talks about their need for a water filter. Chouvanh’s views on being productive with the land.
y10 y11 y12
Khamleuang talks about the market for their crops. Khamon speaks about the crops from the land. Khampa talks about the various designated types of forests near his village.
y13 y14 y15
Malee’s views on the importance of protecting the land. Manivanh talks about the importance of understanding nature. Mon describes their traditional ceremonies for
the forest.
y16 y17 y18
Nalee’s views on the understanding of their land rights. Preeah talks about how dependent they are on the land. Somboun would like others to join him in learning more about their rights.
y19 y20
Thak would like to learn more about laws pertaining to land conflicts. Yeun states that she is happy to participate in the useful project activities.

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