In an open letter to the PM, civil society activists have asked for ensuring food security and other rights-based entitlements of the poor and informal workers in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak
-Open Letter from the Right to Food Campaign to the Prime Minister of India dated 19th March, 2020
The Right to Food Campaign on 19 March, 2020 has issued an open letter to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. In its letter to the PM, civil society activists have asked the government for ensuring food security and other rights-based entitlements for the poor, vulnerable and the informal sector workers in the wake of COVID-19.
Please click here to access the open letter to the PM of India.
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Right to Food Campaign Secretariat
Aysha, Gangaram Paikra, Kavita Srivastava and Dipa Sinha
Open Letter from the Right to Food Campaign to the Prime Minister of India dated 19 March, 2020
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