India needs a rainbow recovery plan

... sustainable livelihoods, to be built on regenerating and safeguarding the soil, natural ecosystems, water, biological diversity, and air.

Re-imagining food: Do we have the stomach for it?

Hunger ... is not due to lack of food, but lack of justice

Reimagining Wellbeing: Villages opening spaces for Self-Governance

resisting mining ... and moving towards social, political, economic and ecological transformation

Dewlieh Community: Revival of Millet Cultivation

It made them go back to their roots, to consuming indigenous foods which are healthy; and now they depend less…

Out of the Woods: How the FRA Is Helping a Village in Maharashtra During the COVID Crisis

How did the Panchayat achieve such financial and political independence and empowerment?

विश्वनागरिकता के नये संदर्भ (in Hindi)

विश्वनागरिकता को ग्रहण करने की शुरुआत, वास्तव में इतिहास और भूगोल से आगे बढ़ने का अध्याय है।

Keep only the best on the plate

More compact neighbourhoods are likely to support a greater number of grocery stores and have healthy food stores in close…

Even More Starkly, We See How Liberal Democracies are Unjust

In these seven decades, we should have worked towards building power at village level, so that villagers are the local…

Resistance Is Fertile – The Emerging Alternative Political Discourse in the Indian Parliamentary Elections

People and communities need empowerment to govern and manage their lives, and also to make the state accountable & transparent.

A People’s Manifesto for the Western Himalayas Mountain region, April 2019

outlines a region-specific strategy for inclusive, ecologically sound development that takes into account the fragility of the landscape.

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