Monday, July 16, 2007


Sixteen squatter communities in Fiji have come together to create a community organization. It's called the People's Community Network the Fiji Times reports.

And consider this, from Sekove Ratu, one of the leaders of the squatter community called Muslim League Settlement: "Every time when squatters are mentioned, people get the thought of poor people who scarcely make a living. This is the wrong perception."

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