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5 innovations to tackle property rights

May 22, 2017

More than 1 billion people worldwide are estimated to live without secure property rights — partly because of broken systems and failing policies in their countries. Omidyar Network’s Peter Rabley says we shouldn’t settle with this fate, as recent innovations show that things can be done to improve this complex global issue. In an op-ed in Devex, he highlights five stories of success and explains why now, more than ever, they need to be heard — and used as a model for other countries and communities across the world. 

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