This short video is my best shot at describing the movement that unites us. Does it resonate with you? Does it represent our common cause? We would love to hear your thoughts here.
In the video, I tell the story of 70 families in Sierra Leone who won their land backafter a chief sold it to a Chinese rubber company without asking them. And the story of a single mom in India,Manisha Goswami, who started out as an environmental vigilante, slashing the tires of trucks dumping illegally in her hometown river, and then found her groove by learning and using the law.
Vivek Maru at the Oslo Freedom Forum
Today our network is made up of over 750 organizations from 150 countries, and every member I meet is creating stories like these.
Together we are building a pathway to justice that has relevance from Minnesota to Myanmar. I am grateful to be on this journey with all of you.
With love and respect,
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