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The need for ‘a new network of advocates for vulnerable communities’

As private capital flow exerts ever-increasing influence around the world, Council on Foreign Relations Fellow Terra Lawson-Remer argues for the establishment of “a global network of legal offices to provide pro-bono client-based representation for vulnerable local communities affected by international economic policy.”


October 18, 2013 | Namati


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