The mainstreaming education
Is education facilitating turning away of the educated from the masses, from practice, from agriculture, from culture and from nature?
‘A displaced marginal farmer from Karnataka is unlikely to be hired by Infosys’: P Sainath (in this Book Excerpt)
Traditional livelihoods can be made appealing/aspirational for the younger lot, when growth itself comes THROUGH JUSTICE.
From idea to community-owned enterprise: the journey of the Mukteshwar Farmers’ Producer Company (MKPC)
Based in Uttarakhand’s fruit belt, MKPC is a homegrown enterprise - started by a local NGO, but taken over by the farming community
Maha gramsabha: A Unique Initiative In Central India
Apart from resistance against mining and implementation of forest rights, what other activities are taking place at the MGS level?
On rights, the Congress manifesto scores over the BJP
An alternative approach to well being ... would democratise the economy, promote healthy living and respect rights of nature too.
Meet The Woman Whose Orchard Will Give Ladakh’s Stunning Handicrafts a New Home
An initiative to support all these local artisans, offer them business opportunities and help them to showcase, promote and sell their art.
Weaving a future, meter by meter
The opportunity to earn, using her weaving skills, and support her children’s education makes Sama happy.
As millets turn food of choice in cities, traders reap a rich harvest
Some perceive a need for a linkage of traders with farmer-producer organisations to overcome issues of millet supply and pricing
We need to go beyond self-interest or we’re doomed: Jean Drèze
There is a natural complementarity between research and action which means using non-violent, democratic means to bring about change.