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Alina Saba

Researcher with the Mugal Women’s Upliftment Institute

Alina Saba is a young Limbu Indigenous woman from Nepal with a passion for Indigenous women’s rights and climate justice. She currently works as a researcher with the Mugal Women’s Upliftment Institute using feminist participatory action research methods. She holds a Masters degree from Kathmandu University where she focused her research on Indigenous political movements. She was selected from more than 500 candidates in an open, global nomination call by the United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service to be one of four civil society speakers at the UN Climate Summit on the 23rd September 2014. She can be contacted via the Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development.

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