Included poetry bombs from the “Mind Snacks,” a spontaneous group of origami experts who crafted some text (not from below, but similar) into bombs dropped from 2 stories above on the audience below.
Source text taken from all Phnom Penh Post and Cambodia Daily articles of 2014 with the word “eviction” used in the text.
have been camping for the past five days
evicted anyway and told to move to relocation sites in
after authorities forcefully evicted
abrupt, violent eviction of scores of
demolition of a camp at
the team had assisted patients during last weekend’s eviction
that favour the rich and well-connected
proposed by a company headed by ruling party senator
because of the high fees imposed at the new market
“from their land and homes without adequate compensation”
said he was acting on the orders of his “general”
hundreds of families from an 8,343 hectare land concession
both of which have faced mass evictions
which has been at the centre of forced land evictions
he lived on his former plot since the 1980s.
to brutal forced evictions
soldiers who were allegedly working for the
an electric prod to deliver a shock before stealing his camera
caught up in forced land evictions
to make room for a real estate project.
“as we know that many people have been evicted to make way”
“I did not attend this morning’s demolition, so I do not know well”
“They came to block the road in front of the company office”
were burned to the ground in the latest round
from their homes to make way for industrial
“I see that roads and drainages are constructed in abundance”
half as big as the four-by-six-metre plots residents were promised
farmland belonging to more than 1,000 families
more than 1,400 families in his quest for ELCs.
yesterday they had expected the authorities to forcibly remove them
“managing not to cause violence is very difficult”
was arrested during the community’s eviction
had locked her inside the house and
forced him off his land at the construction site
the families whose houses were burned down still haven’t
concessionaires were granted
accused of forcibly evicting 456 families off land
shouting orders to the men to grab the women
destroyed yesterday and two weeks ago sat on state-owned land
the land in question was granted
a court document reveals
thousands of villagers in three provinces after being awarded
the eviction notice as a permission slip
despite eyewitnesses and photographic evidence
that are supposed to help the poor.
kicked her stomach and knocked her unconscious
after which more than 1,500 families
Approximately a third of that land has come
sites on the outskirts of the city
firms taking advantage of the trade scheme by growing sugar cane
to sell outside the market for the whole year
led to over half a million people being forcibly transferred
leading to calls from rights groups to reconsider
widespread and often-violent forced evictions – acts that could constitute
held signs demanding that their houses be rebuilt
“I can’t put up with living on the pile of garbage and sewage”
community who were evicted
from a ceremony to mark fours years since evictions
from an 8,343-hectare land concession
years-long land dispute over forced evictions from its concession
“Destroying the forest is destroying our lives”
observers have found its implementation to be spotty
“advocate for human rights and victims of forced evictions”
displacing more than 1,000 families and leaving others without compensation.
after five or more years of continuous occupation
filed a complaint alleging they were ignoring a government directive to vacate the disputed area
“development of the Cambodian sugar industry has been accompanied by”.
escorted her from the park yesterday.
lead to the eviction of 600 ethnic families as well as the destruction of 20,000 hectares of forest
with illegally occupying a nature preserve.
“continually violates human rights through forced evictions and land grabs.”
“. . . This will keep happening until a real commitment is made to end this cycle”
occupied an unfinished building at their designated relocation site.
“My land is 9,600 square metres and was flooded with sand and I received no compensation.”
say the families must be moved to bring the site in line with international standards
were rounded up with their children and ferried to the island.