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Peru’s indigenous leaders urge Pope Francis to back land rights campaign
18 January 2018
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Peru’s indigenous leaders have sent a letter to Pope Francis urging him to press for the clean-up of polluted rivers and recognition of ancestral land rights during his visit to the Amazon.

Three umbrella organisations representing the Amazon’s indigenous communities have asked the pontiff to support their demands that Peru’s government clean up wide swathes of land tainted by mercury from illegal gold mining.

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The Institute of Law, Politics and Development is pleased to announce the 2016 AgLaw Colloquium which will be held on Thursday 20 and Friday 21 October, 2016.

The AgLaw Colloquium is intended to be an opportunity for early-career researchers (Ph.D. candidates and post-docs) to present and discuss their results and methodological approaches in a supportive environment. It is inspired by the wish to share on-going analysis, questions and exploration fields in agricultural law from a global perspective.

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No TAV è un movimento di protesta italiano sorto nei primi anni novanta del XX secolo, nel quale si riconoscono gruppi di cittadini accomunati dalla critica alla realizzazione di infrastrutture per l'alta capacità e l'alta velocità ferroviaria (comunemente note come TAV, "Treno ad Alta Velocità"),[1] prese come simbolo ed esempio di una gestione ritenuta inadeguata dei beni comuni, della spesa pubblica, del territorio e della politica.

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