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    A Peep into the Lives of Jharkhand’s Parhaiya People

    Understanding the Parhaiya people's viewpoints adds to the larger discussion on indigenous rights, cultural preservation, and the issues that must be resolved in order...

    Are Government Schemes Meaningful in the Absence of Land Rights?

    It is evident that the effects of the project are not uniformly distributed, as certain villages experience benefits while others continue to grapple with...

    IOM report: One in Three Migrant Deaths Occurs in Transit while Fleeing Conflict

    More than one in three deceased migrants whose origin could be identified come from countries in conflict or with large refugee populations, the study...

    Thailand’s ‘Humanitarian Corridor’ for Myanmar Faces Pushback

    Human rights activists and humanitarian workers on the Thai-Myanmar border remain highly sceptical of the initiative, denouncing it as a “weaponization of aid”. By William Webb The...

    Forced Migration Grows, Justice Withers, Say Activists at World Social Forum

    Research found that 51 per cent of households migrated after being hit by cyclones, floods, salt water intrusion in their fields, erratic rainfall and...

    State of the World’s Migratory Species Report ‘Alarming’ Threats, Global Action Urged

    Some of the troubling findings include population declines for almost half of CMS migratory species, extinction threats for almost all (97 per cent) of...

    Landmark UN Report Reveals Shocking State of Wildlife: The World’s Migratory Species of Animals Are in Decline

    The main focus of the report is the 1,189 animal species that have been recognized by Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of...

    Adrift at Sea for 28 Days, Struggles Continue for Sri Lankan Migrants

    Sri Lankan migrants who paid their life savings to people traffickers for perilous and unsuccessful sea crossings in an attempt to find a better...

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    Harnessing Tizu Zunki River: A Path to Economic Growth and Connectivity for Nagaland

    Sonowal announced plans to establish community jetties and explore the feasibility of Ro Pax ferries. These measures are expected...
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    HLPF 2024: Protecting Civic Space Critical for SDGs Success

    Where civic space isn’t open, communities have significantly restricted and limited agency to pursue progress – the kind the...

    Court Decision Blocks Land Rights Initiative from 20 Years Ago, Sri Lankan President Reveals

    The government's efforts to address historical grievances and land rights remain a contentious issue, with ongoing debates on equitable...

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    Harnessing Tizu Zunki River: A Path to Economic Growth and Connectivity for Nagaland

    Sonowal announced plans to establish community jetties and explore...

    HLPF 2024: Protecting Civic Space Critical for SDGs Success

    Where civic space isn’t open, communities have significantly restricted...