CPR-Namati’s Environmental Justice Program works on how large scale extractive projects such as plantations, mining and industrial development have worsened the economic, social and physical well-being of communities in their neighbourhoods and beyond. Hence it periodically creates guides and practice manuals for its paralegals and community based organisational members. Publications that seek to take a step in the direction of closing the enforcement gap between robust laws and their lack of implementation on the ground.

Designed as easy to access and e-friendly graphic guides, these publications provide ways for community mobilisers, activists and citizens groups to make the shift from merely stating their problems, to being empowered to get their grievances addressed by responsible institutions.



publisher cpr-namati ejp, india
assignment various reports and manuals