The World Bank funded Chico Dam Project in 1965 was the Marcos dictatorship’s answer to the oil and power crisis of 1973. It threatened to displace 100,000 people, deluge sacred burial grounds and rice terraces. Different tribes united and rose against the dam and militarization it brought. The death of leader Macli-ing Dulag in 1980 and the people’s resistance forced the WB and Marcos to abandon the project.
Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN), together with the International Indigenous People’s Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation (IPMSDL), Asia Pacific Network of Environment Defenders (APNED) and the People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty (PCFS), is inviting you to the webinar “Breaking the Barriers: A Webinar on the Impacts of Large-Scale Dams in Asia” on August 11, 2020 at 2:00 PM (GMT +8) via Zoom.
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