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Earlier this month, a People’s Tribunal on Land Rights was held in Hyderabad, presided over by Justice (retd) Wajiuddin Ahmed, and heavily attended by peasants and activists. Continued failure of...
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If you are interested in becoming involved in the peer-review process of the country profiles of the OECD Development Centre’s2014 “Social Institutions and Gender Index”, we would like to hear from...
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The end of the 25-year armed conflict in Sri Lanka in May 2009 signaled what many in the international community hoped would be the beginning of a new era marked by peace and reconciliation. Over the...
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In the outskirts of North-West Delhi, a farming village that has metamorphosed into a small town is Kanjhawala where a group of old farmers have been continually sitting on a dharna for six years,...
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As their husbands, fathers, and brothers migrate to cities in search of work, women across India have become the backbone of the country’s agricultural sector.  Today, after decades of...
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The need to accord female peasants a greater right to ownership of land was stressed at a workshop for media sensitisation on ‘Women’s Right to Land’ held on by the Society for Environmental Actions...
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International Human Rights Day is the day to send reminders from around the world to Jairam Ramesh, India’s Minister for Rural Development, to keep the promises he made one year ago to 100 000...
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PARA FACILITAR LA COMPRENSIÓN DEL CONTENIDO, LAS CARTAS Y EL TEXTO INTRODUCTORIO ESTAN DISPONIBLE EN FRANCÉS, INGLES Y ESPAÑOL EN LA PÁGINA DE INTERNET DE EKTA EUROPA. POR FAVOR ENVIAR SÓLO...
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  MERCI DE DIFFUSER LARGEMENT CET APPEL URGENT  DANS VOS RESEAUX !La traduction des lettres en français est disponible sur le site Ekta-Europe , mais nous vous demandons de n...
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December 2013 Dear friend of Ekta Parishad, Just over a year ago Jan Satyagraha, the March for Justice, took place in India. It ended with a historic 10-point agreement between the Minister...
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