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