Sri Lanka war widows cultivate land rights

Kurukulasuriya, Lasanda
June 2002
Herizons;Summer2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p10
Reports on economic conditions of widows in Sri Lanka. Ordinance preventing women from inheriting state agricultural land; Groups active in rehabilitation work; Reasons of land disputes.


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