What will our children get? Communities in Nepal assert their right to land for compensation and meaningful consultations

Magar and Dalit communities gather in solidarity after the community training workshop in Bhimad district, Tanahu.
Magar community leader Til Bahadur Ji showing the land affected by sand mining activities.
Magar complainants gathered to participate in an online meeting in Paltyang.
A meeting among initial and new complainants on the land next to the river in Bandarkuna village, Tanahu which may be inundated by the project.
The sand mining extraction site on the Seti river banks in Bandarkuna. The land next to it has been uncultivable since 2018.
Participants take part in interactive group activities such as Columbian hypnosis and power mapping during the workshop on dispute resolution in Bhimad, Tanahu.

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IAP is a human and environmental rights organization that works with communities, civil society and social movements to change how today’s development is done.