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Uttarakhand govt to set up rehabilitation authority
Jul 02, 2013 The flood-hit north Indian state of Uttarakhand is going to establish a rehabilitation authority for developing areas destroyed by floods.
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Refugees returning to a bleak welcome in Afghanistan
Jun 09, 2018 Returnees have critical assistance and protection needs and need support to access housing, health services, decent work and often with day to day items to re-build their lives.
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Medha Patkar urges lawyers, activists to engage in political action
Aug 27, 2012 In support of the 'Jal Satyagraha', protesting Madhya Pradesh government's decision of raising the height of the Omkareshwar dam, and not meeting the demands of relief and rehabilitation; lawyers and activists passed a resolution at a national conference organised by Indore Institute of Law(IIL), and Indore and the National Alliance of People’s Movements (NAPM).
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Nepal: Chepangs deprived of citizenship certificates
Sep 06, 2012 More than 40 percent of people from the Chepang community in north western area ofMakwanpur district of central Nepal are still deprived of citizenship certificates, claimed the Nepal Chepang Association (NCA).
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Single women bearing brunt of land acquisitions
Jul 03, 2012 The International Land Coalition is currently holding a series of workshops on land rights and linkages with poverty in India. The workshops are looking at how some of the poorest communities – dalits, tribals, and women – are reeling under the adverse impact of land acquisitions, land alienation and insecure tenures.
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Talks to repatriate Lankan refugees in Tamil Nadu
Aug 02, 2012 The Sri Lankan government plans to initiate bilateral consultations with India with regard to the issue of repatriating Sri Lankan refugees in Tamil Nadu.
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Bangladesh works for justice
Oct 16, 2012 Following rioting against its Buddhist people, the Bangladesh government is showing its resolve to do justice to the country’s minority.
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Sri Lanka hands over land records to war displaced
Oct 16, 2012 Sri Lanka took an initial step today towards rehabilitation of millions of people left homeless by decades of war by providing documents for home and hearth.
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Sri Lanka: Don’t ignore us, appeal ex-millitant groups
Nov 18, 2010 Pro-government Tamil millitant groups have appealed to the government that the plight of their supporters should not be ignored. They allege that the government has not accommodated them in rehabilitation programmes post the war. Party leaders claim that majority of youth supporters are jobless and are likely to turn to crimes if not given attention.
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Thousands face torture, forced labour in Vietnam's drug rehabs
Sep 12, 2011 Drug detainees confined at 14 government run detention centres of Vietnam are subjected to forced labour, torture and are held without any legal trial in the guise of rehabilitation, reveals a report by Human Rights Watch.
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Sri Lanka to resettle IDPs by 2011
Feb 13, 2011 Rehabilitaion and demining has been stepped up in Northern Sri Lanka, to resettle the internally displaced people (IDPs) in the conflict. The government aims to settle all conflict-displaced people by the end of 2011.
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India: SC orders sex workers' survey for rehabilitation
Jul 20, 2011 The apex court has ordered a survey of sex workers in the metropolitan cities to rehabilitate those who wish to leave the work and live with dignity. A national rehabilitation scheme aims to to prevent trafficking and create conducive conditions for work.
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Repeated mistakes in relief efforts
Dec 18, 2012 Despite years of conflicts, the Assam government is yet to develop a practical policy of responding to the recurring crises. Ratna Bharali Talukdar reports.
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Nepal's former slaves: No rehabilitation in sight
Jul 19, 2013 Thirteen years since slavery was abolished, Nepal’s former slaves the Kamaiyas and Kamalaris still lead lives of dire economic conditions with not enough being done by the Nepal government.
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