Women farmers are struggling to grow crops in an increasingly hostile environment in north-east India.
A small initiative started way back in 2010, the project aims to bring back the SMILE on the face of the orphan, widows and victims of disaster. It is a small gesture to let them know that they are not forgotten. To provide respite and warmth from the cold and chilly winter, BLANKETS were provided
Women in Governance-WinG Manipur Campaign on 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence 25 November – 10 December 2016 Theme of the year 2016 “ORANGE THE WORLD: RAISE MONEY TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN” -By raising resources for initiatives that aim to prevent and end violence against women and girls. The 16 Days of Activism
About RONICA: Ronica is a vibrant young woman born and raised in Churachandpur town of Manipur. Hailing from the Zou tribe , she lives with her family in Churachandpur. She completed her Master’s degree from Tata Institute Of Social Sciences , Mumbai in Social Work with a specialization in Criminology and Justice. She has experiences
In the present political context, HRDs are facing threats across India from various political groups, fundamentalists, etc. Most of the threats and hampering of the work of HRDs from North East regions are not getting attention due to geographical remoteness and lack of visibility. In this light, Women in Governance-NE (WinG-NE) and HRDA has organized
Consultation on Women And Customary Law (NE context) A Short Summary Of The Program Held At New Delhi, 23rd September 2016 Opening Remarks: Sanjoy Hazarika ( Director , CNESPR) Customs and Statutory Laws are two separate entities. The status differs in scale and that cannot be mapped. Looking at the customary practices vis a vis laws,