“Child Friendly Police” – Visits by adolescents to local Police Stations

Building connections and collaboration between youth, children and the police is something we have been doing for years, and find very important. This is because Adivasi, NT-DNT, rural, and Bahujan youth don't always have the best experiences in their interactions with the police. They are not very confident about, nor have the knowledge about accessing … Continue reading “Child Friendly Police” – Visits by adolescents to local Police Stations

70th NT-DNT Vimukt Din Youth-Led District Level Conference

On occasion of the 70th Vimukt Din of NT-DNT communities, Anubhuti had organized a full day Thane District Level Conference on 28th August: "Youth Intersectional Lens for Social Justice of Vimukt communities". Actual Vimukt Din is celebrated by Nomadic & Denotified Tribes across India on 31st August, when in 1952, these communities were finally rid … Continue reading 70th NT-DNT Vimukt Din Youth-Led District Level Conference

Inauguration of Third Community Centre on Adivasi Diwas

On 9th August, on the proud occasion of Adivasi Day (Indigenous Peoples Day), we had the privilege of inaugurating our new centre with Nomadic & Denotified Tribe families living in a tent settlement in Ambernath. This is a 'Community Participation & Development Centre' - which will be designed, used and run with the participation and … Continue reading Inauguration of Third Community Centre on Adivasi Diwas

Environmental Justice – Rainy Art Camp

World Environment Day (5th June) is being celebrated through the month of June. We thought - what better way to celebrate this than with true children of the earth, that is, rural, nomadic, Adivasi youth. These children live close to nature, and their lifestyles are organically nature-friendly. Their lifestyle habits are not only not harmful … Continue reading Environmental Justice – Rainy Art Camp

Enviromental Justice Training with Women

Dalit, Bahujan, Adivasi women are deeply connected to nature. They have led inventions, science and discoveries in nature. They have been at the forefront of environment conservation & protection such as Chipko and Arey movements. They have suffered exploitation and belittlement of their production & reproduction, their beauty, their resilience, their intellectual property - similar … Continue reading Enviromental Justice Training with Women

Health Camps with NT-DNT, Adivasi, migrant, rural, hilly communities

Anubhuti is carrying out a series of health camps in the last month as soon as COVID restrictions were fully lifted in Maharashtra. Kolegaon Health Camp, 10th April Communities are still emerging from long-term injuries of COVID, and such health support is part of our relief work. The acute financial instability, unemployment, malnutrition, and insecurity … Continue reading Health Camps with NT-DNT, Adivasi, migrant, rural, hilly communities

Film about our “Mann Mela – Mental Justice Fair”

This is a glimpse of our Mann Mela - Mental Justice Fair! https://youtu.be/umPpMSmiFrM Launched in 2018, this is a module with 8 games - created for and by grassroot leaders.. Anubhuti's founder Deepa Pawar, with lived experiences as a woman, from a nomadic tribe, with multiple vulnerabilities, first conceptualized in 2016 such a highly accessible, … Continue reading Film about our “Mann Mela – Mental Justice Fair”

Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti Celebration

We are all indebted to Jyotiba Phule, among many reasons is his digging out the true history and birth anniversary date of Shivaji Maharaj - an egalitarian, inclusive, just, secular ruler & leader who pioneered many innovative practices. Phule brought more clearly to us this version of Shivaji; we thank his pioneering efforts and later … Continue reading Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti Celebration