Across India’s forest areas, people are fighting for democracy, livelihood and dignity. The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006, is one instrument in that struggle.
A Weapon of Democracy in the Forests
- Centre’s Criminal Order Violates Rights of Lakhs of People – Protests and Opposition Planned April 14, 2017
- Supreme Court Declines Attempt to Get FRA Struck Down March 31, 2017
- In Budget and Orders, NDA Govt Attacks Incomes, Rights of Forest Dwellers Again February 23, 2017
- Police Abduct Victims of Police Rape and Three Others in Nagpur – Urgent January 29, 2017
- Forest Rights Are Vital to Conservation – Conservationists’ Letter to Environment Ministry November 1, 2016
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