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Convention of People's Movements
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 41, No. 33 (Aug. 19-25, 2006), pp. 3563-3565
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
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The National Alliance of People's Movements has indeed come a long way from its evolution in 1992. At its fifth biennial convention held in Bangalore during May 30-June 1, the NAPM resolved to step up the struggle against the takeover of community land, water and forests by national and multinational capital, to protect people's livelihoods and their democratic rights, and preserve and inculcate the values of equality and sovereignty.
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