Food as a human right
Focusing on the basic premise that everyone has a right to food, this book presents the views of an international group of scholars on the economic, social & legal implications of this vitally important world problem.
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olitics and the Right to Food
The Socioeconomic Causes of Hunger
The Case of Sri Lankas
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