By Jennie Persson

Although the Constitution of Ghana guarantees the right of every person to land use rights, women in Ghana still own significantly less land than men. Their rights to land use and land ownership are also not protected.

By Riccardo Cattaneo
Contributing Writer
23 October 2018

This snapshot aims to highlight major difficulties of Kosovo's official recognition in Europe.

By Michael Goodyear
Contributing Writer
May 4, 2018

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