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Enhancing Women’s Land Rights in the Americas

We are pleased to introduce our summer 2019 legal intern, Justin Loveland. A third-year student at Seattle University School of Law, Justin has helped us draft an international law practice guide, looked over translations of French and Spanish, and assisted in various research projects. He is currently based in Geneva, where he is working with the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Land distribution is an issue innately tied to inequality throughout the region of Latin America and the Caribbean, which is considered the most unequal region in the world. This inequality ranges from wealth disparity and political corruption […]

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