Main Program | The Silent Singing from Toili

16 Oct 2021 10:00 - 10:45
/ IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)
Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant . Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

From Toili, an area in Banggai Regency, Central Sulawesi, Eva Bande echoed the call for environmental concern and welfare of farmers as they were increasingly being eroded by the exploitative interests of palm oil companies. Listen to her story, the reason she started this path of struggle and how she is determined to survive alongside the marginalized, defending their land.

(This program is presented in Bahasa and pre-recorded)

Dari Toili, sebuah daerah di Kabupaten Banggai, Sulawesi Tengah, Eva Bande menggemakan seruan kepedulian lingkungan dan kesejahteraan petani yang semakin tergerus oleh kepentingan eksploitatif perusahaan sawit. Dengarkan kisahnya, alasan dia memulai jalan perjuangan ini dan bagaimana dia bertekad untuk bertahan hidup bersama orang-orang yang terpinggirkan, mempertahankan tanah mereka.

(Program ini sudah direkam sebelumnya dan dalam Bahasa Indonesia)


Olin Monteiro

Olin Monteiro is an Indonesian feminist activist, writer, researcher, publisher, and producer. She has been coordinating the Peace Women Across the Globe Indonesia since 2004. Recently, she is facilitating Indonesia …

Eva Bande

Awarded the 2018 Yap Thiam Hien Award (YTHA), Eva Bande is an environmental activist who had fought for farmers to defend their rights to their lands. She was arrested in …

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