segunda-feira, 12 de agosto de 2019
KORCHI/GADCHIROLI, India, Aug 9 2019 (IPS) - Kumaribai Jamkatan, 51, has been fighting for women’s land rights since 1987.Though the constitution of India grants equal rights to men and women, women first started to stake their claim for formal ownership of land only after 2005–the year the government accorded legal rights to daughters to be co-owners of family-owned land.For the Indigenous communities, it was the Forest Rights Act 2006 which allowed women to own land.The struggle has been long and hard with social, financial and legal challenges, Jamkatan says.
domingo, 11 de agosto de 2019
sexta-feira, 9 de agosto de 2019
Economists have repeatedly tried to explain to Donald Trump that trade agreements may affect which countries the US buys from and sells to, but not the magnitude of the overall deficit. But, as usual, Trump believes what he wants to believes, leaving those who can least afford it to pay the price.