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Interlinking the human rights to water and sanitation with struggles for food and better livelihoods

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Interlinking the human rights to water and sanitation with struggles for food and better livelihoods. / Mirumachi, Naho; Griswold, Alison; Mehta, Lyla; Varghese, Shiney ; Ringler, Claudia .

London : King's College London, 2022.

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Mirumachi, N, Griswold, A, Mehta, L, Varghese, S & Ringler, C 2022, Interlinking the human rights to water and sanitation with struggles for food and better livelihoods. King's College London, London. https://doi.org/10.18742/pub01-086

APA

Mirumachi, N., Griswold, A., Mehta, L., Varghese, S., & Ringler, C. (2022). Interlinking the human rights to water and sanitation with struggles for food and better livelihoods. King's College London. https://doi.org/10.18742/pub01-086

Vancouver

Mirumachi N, Griswold A, Mehta L, Varghese S, Ringler C. Interlinking the human rights to water and sanitation with struggles for food and better livelihoods. London: King's College London, 2022. https://doi.org/10.18742/pub01-086

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Mirumachi, Naho ; Griswold, Alison ; Mehta, Lyla ; Varghese, Shiney ; Ringler, Claudia . / Interlinking the human rights to water and sanitation with struggles for food and better livelihoods. London : King's College London, 2022.

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