Society, Culture and Peace: Networks

Posted on April 30, 2014

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Resources for Society Culture & Peace: Networks

  1. The Working Group of Women for Land Ownership (WGWLO) is Gujarat state based network committed to sustained grassroots action and policy advocacy around the issue of women’s land rights, including access and ownership over Land and other productive resources. (checked on 17 Apr. 2018)

  2. Building sustainable human communities in the Darjeeling hills and the adjoining areas by promoting people's participation, gender equality and living in harmony with the environment - Darjeeling Ladenla Road Prerna (DLR Prerna) (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  3. Resilience.org is both an information clearinghouse and a network of action-oriented groups. Their focus is on building community resilience in a world of multiple emerging challenges: the decline of cheap energy, the depletion of critical resources like water, complex environmental crises like climate change and biodiversity loss, and the social and economic issues which are linked to these. (checked on 30 Mar. 2017)

  4. The People's Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI) is an authentic and comprehensive survey carried out by persons who belong to the respective speech communities or have worked closely with them over a considerable period of time. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  5. The Alternatives Forum Pune was established with the main objective of discussing and taking forward experiences and concepts that present an alternative to the current unsustainable and inequitable model of development. It is led by non-government organisations Kalpavriksh, Parisar, Prayas, Centre for Environment Education, SOPPECOM and Manthan. To join, please write to the coordinator - Sanskriti Menon.

  6. Zumbara - Giving Time Not Money - is an internet community time-banking system in whichb no money is exchanged, only talents and experiences are shared in return for time. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  7. The purpose of Transition Network is to inspire, encourage, connect, support and train communities world-wide as they self-organise around the Transition model. (checked on 31 May 2017)



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