Calling out the BS in Bonsucro

Hoy Mai feeds her son Samnang (“Lucky”), who was born while she was imprisoned for eight months for defending her community’s land rights.

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Co-founder and Executive Director of Inclusive Development International. Advocating for land and human rights, climate justice, corporate accountability.

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Co-founder and Executive Director of Inclusive Development International. Advocating for land and human rights, climate justice, corporate accountability.

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