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Meeting on Forest Rights Act 31 August 2019 to 01 September 2019

Published on: 31/08/2019

The Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) conducted a two-day meet of rights activists, lawyers and tribals to discuss issues pertaining to the effective implementation of the Forest Rights Act. The two-day meeting – which concluded on Sunday, September 1, was attended by 176 delegates from 50 organisations across 18 states.

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 1

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 2

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 3

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 4

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 5

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 6

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 7

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 8

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 9

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 10

Meeting on Forest Rights Act Session 11 – Part 1

Meeting on Forest Rights Act Session 11 – Part 2

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 11 – Part 3

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 12

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 13

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 14

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 15

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 16

Meeting on Forest Rights Act – Session 17

Implementation of Forest Rights Act in Odisha

Implementation of Forest Rights act in India

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