"Are land rights human rights?"
Find attached the synopsis of the online discussion "Are Land Rights Human Rights?" launched on November 17 in preparation of a Ekta Parishad December 10th human right event.
The objective of the discussion was to ask what people around the world see as the main land and livelihood problem in their countries.
Look at the discussion HERE.
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