Paralegal movement in the Economist

Namaste good people- here’s a nice piece in the Economist about the rise of the paralegal movement in Africa.

Much love


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Thanks, Vivek.

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The article is a nice summary of the paralegal movement though on citizenship am concerned about this phrase on the Kenya.

In Kenya, they help stateless Nubians acquire citizenship.

The community is at risk of statelessness and not completely stateless.