Mainstreaming Human Rights Based Approach

Development and human rights were considered two separate spheres with diverging strategies and objectives until 1990s. Despite a clear relationship between the two as laid down in the UN Charter (1945), governments, bilateral donors, international NGOs were reluctant to...

Malnutrition and Role of MTCs in Jharkhand

India is home to 40 percent of the world’s malnourished children and 35 percent of the developing world’s low-birth-weight infants ; every year 2.5 million children die in India, accounting for one in five deaths  in the world...

Mainstreaming Human Rights Based Approach in Grassroots Organizations

The lack of experience, prescriptive ideas, and knowledge on implementing RBA in specific contexts and local settings of grassroots organizations, has led to a varied understanding and more diversified approaches in development sectors...

Dalits in Election Menifestos: Who Cares

Come election time and every political party have a host of goodies to offer almost everybody. Before we could go onto the next question that how sincere these parties are in terms of providing what they promise, there is another question that is of extreme relevance, the concern of major political parties with dalits...

Beyond Copenhagen Brochure

The Collective is a joint collaboration between a number of CSOs having different skills and expertise and working with a range of primary stakeholders, policymakers, grassroots organizations, NGO networks and media...

Agriculture and Climate Change Brochure

The agriculture is important in to ways. While it produces the food, it also provides livelihood to 36% of world’s population. In the heavily populated countries in Asia and Africa this share increases to 40-50%, and in sub Saharan Africa 2/3rds of the workforce is engaged in agriculture...

Akele Nahi Aata Akaal (Hindi)

Article by Anupam Mishra

Year: 2009

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