Adivasi Chetana Sangathan & Malyagiri Adivasi Sangharsh Manch
The film is about Land acquisition in Talcher, Central Odisha, India and the work of tribal initiatives and organisations.
English | 7mins 25secs
Adhima Adhivasi Mukti Manch and Maati Maa Mahila Morcha
The Film is about the Forest Right Act in Odisha, India, and the work of tribal initiatives and organisations.
English | 7mins 16secs
Satark Nagrik Sangathan (SNS)
SNS is a people's group based in Delhi that has been working since 2003 to build an empowered and vigilant citizenry based on the right to information. The film documents their journey.
Hindi | 9mins 14secs
An independent women's organisation based in Munsiyari, Uttarakhand, Maati is committed to empowering women's lives through livelihood support, food security and a violence-free home.
Hindi & English | 10mins 26secs
Visthapit Mukti Vahini (VMV)
VMV works in Saraikela Kharsawan district of Jharkhand on issues of displacement, resettlement, livelihood and forest conservation, and has led the struggle against the land mafia and rampant industrialization in the region.
Hindi & English | 8mins 04secs
Bahishkrit Hitkari Sangathan (BHS)
BHS endeavours to integrate the doms and other highly marginalized Dalit communities into mainstream society while equipping them to lead a life of entitlement and dignity. The sangathan aims to gradually bring about a shift in the psyche of a society.
Hindi & English | 7mins 21secs
Shramjeevi Sangathana (SS)
SS has been working on eradicating untouchability and putting an end to atrocities against dalits in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. The sangathan has also championed regularization of grazing land for landless dalits in the area.
English | 7mins 43secs
Shoshit Kamgar Sangathana (SKS)
SKS was founded in 1999 and has been working on issues of PDS, NREGA, health and education in two blocks in the Latur district of Maharashtra.
Hindi & English | 7mins 13secs
Mazdoor Kisan Samiti (MKS)
MKS was part of the decade-long struggle in the 90s for redistribution of 1800 acres of agricultural land under the possession of the Bodh Gaya Math in Bihar. The most marginalized communities were made to work as bonded labour on this land, perpetuating the cycle of landlessness and insecurity.
Hindi & English | 6mins 09secs