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DESTINY...MY LAND PAPUAN SERIES EPISODE 4

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For generations the indigenous communities of Bintuni Bay have benefitted from their natural resources in a sustainable way. But when industrial forestry arrived, the benefits for the people of Bintuni Bay became less clear.

Episode 3 in a 4 part compilation "Save the People and Forests of Papua"

The set of films made entirely by Papuan NGOs in collaboration with villagers, tell how their communities have been adversely affected by destructive logging and oil palm plantations.

The four short films, launched under the collective banner: “Save the People and Forests of Papua” give an insight into a country which is currently off-limits to journalists.

For more information, please contact:

• Timer Manurung, Telapak, Tel: +62 811 125 006 / Fax: +62 (0) 21 8310570
e-mail: timer.manurung@gmail.com

• Jago Wadley, EIA, Tel: +62 (0) 813 866 21940 / Fax: +62 (0) 21 8310570
e-mail: jagowadley@eia-international.org

• Septer Manufandu, at Foker LSM Papua for information about the “Save the People and Forests of Papua”: septer_manufandu@yahoo.com
Tel: +62 (0)967573511 / Fax: +62 (0) 0967 573 512 / Mob: +62 (0) 812 487 6321

Find out more about the Films4Conservation Initiative at:
http://www.films4.org

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