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
- 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
- National Convention Held in Bhubaneshwar on Forest Rights September 30, 2016
- Hundreds of Villages Across India Demand End to ‘Afforestation’ As Excuse for Forest Dept Land Grab September 21, 2016
- A Black Day for The Rights of Millions – Rajya Sabha Passes Afforestation Bill July 28, 2016
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