A land activist from Papua New Guinea at loggerheads with the police and developers in his home country has vowed to continue the fight for his community from Britain.
Joe Moses has accused PNG authorities of treating people unfairly in demolishing the Paga Hill seafront settlement in the capital Port Moresby to make way for a luxury hotel and apartments development and a ring road.
Moses, who features in a newly released documentary "The Opposition: Paga Hill", said the settlement, dating back about 70 years, was home to about 2,000 people who had customary rights to the land and should have been allowed to stay.
"The whole community was a vibrant community," Moses told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in London where he is seeking asylum while his wife and children remain in Port Moresby.
"I just miss home every day, every minute of the day when I'm here."
Frontline Insight is a new opinion series from the Thomson Reuters Foundation in which speakers from the Frontline Club in London share their views on a range of topics.
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