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Country: 
Lebanon
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Women & ESCR
Corporate Accountability
Economic Policy
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ESCR-Net member, Ekta Parishad, has achieved a massive victory. Just nine days after the launch of the Jansatyagraha, a historic march to demand a right to land and livelihood, the Government of India announced its acceptance of the movement’s key demands.

Position paper by the Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum regarding serious human rights and environmental concerns about planned mega-city, Zulfiqarabad.

With serious anticipated impacts on over 4,000 people and the coastal environment, concerns have been expressed that the Lamu Port - Southern Sudan - Ethiopia Transport project (LAPSSET) will result in the violation of human rights. Read more about the amicus intervention submitted by GI-ESCR and CIEL to the High Court of Kenya.

In February 1990, the Executive Branch commissioned the National Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA) to develop a food security program designed to help the poor maintain small vegetable gardens to produce food for their own consumption. On August 3, 1990, the INTA Board of Directors issued Resolution 239 approving the Pro-Huerta Program.

The claimants in this joined action were asylum-seekers who had sought asylum after their initial entry to the UK. The defendant, Secretary of State for the Home Department, refused support under Section 55 of the Nationality, Immigration, and Asylum Act 2002 ("the Act") with regard to accommodation. Section 55 allowed refusal of support to asylum seekers who failed to make their claim as soon as reasonably practicable.

Country: 
United Kingdom
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Country: 
India
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Women & ESCR
Social Movements & Grassroots Groups
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March 14th is the international day of action for rivers and against dams.  ESCR-NET’s member MAB (Movement of Dam-Affected People), several other social movements and leading international organizations are taking action in over 40 countries to demand improvement in the policies and practices of decision makers in regards to dam constructions and the forcible displacement of families.

Country: 
Zimbabwe
Working Group(s) / Area(s) of Work: 
Economic Policy
OP-ICESCR