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Prelim APSF Conference 21Jan22 TFG7 Ideating Just Transition Towards an Equitable Fair Sustainable Nonfossil Economy Society
various organizations cooperating in thematic space 7
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WHO IS IN THE THEMATIC SPACE / GROUP 7
⭐Kabir ( facilitator) India Alliance of Indian Wastepickers National Coordinator aiw.globalrec.org Alliance of Indian Wastepickers is a national network of waste pickers organisations with outreach to 100,000 waste pickers
⭐Ahmad Indonesia KOTA KITA Director www.kotakita.org "Yayasan Kota Kita, or Our City Foundation, is an Indonesian non-profit organization helping people make thoughtful and inclusive decisions about the development of their cities – by facilitating citizen participation and collective action.
We aim to empower a generation of people by promoting democratic and participatory approaches to improve urban areas."
⭐AJAYKUMAR India RIGHTS executive director www.rights.asia , @rightsasia https://www.asiasocialforum.net/organization/rights RIGHTS is a Not for Profit Organization started by few socially committed individuals during the year 2008. RIGHTS Based in Trivandrum, In its fourteen years of existence RIGHTS conducted number of studies and interventions in the field of education, budgets, right of the children, Disaster Risk reduction, Climate change with focusing those who belong to disadvantaged communities.
⭐Bezwada India Safai Karmachari Andolan National Convener www.safaikarmachariandolan.org (no whatsapp) SKA is nationwide movement for eradication of manual scavenging and rehabilitation. we work 22 indian states and reach to 3-4 south asian countries. it is a grass root level community based movement.
⭐Pritika India NCDHR Research Officer https://www.facebook.com/NCDHR National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) was founded in 1998 and is a coalition of Dalit human rights activists and academics with the aim of putting an end to caste-based discrimination. It has offices in 14 states and has objective to spread awareness about Dalit issues and rights. We mean to fight Casteism and discrimination in countries where such things are prevalent.
⭐Vinayaraj India The Inclusivity Project Senior Researcher and Coordinator https://www.facebook.com/GFoD-102146648789744 The Inclusivity Project (TIP) is a non-profit organization founded to advocate for the rights of communities discriminated on work and descent (CDWD) and raise awareness of CDWD issues nationally and internationally. TIP works towards capacity building, collaboration, and research to support CDWD communities, who face exclusion on a large scale.
⭐Maria United Kingdom Engender Scotland Board member www.engender.org.uk
⭐SOUMYA India MAUSAM Movement for Advancing Understanding of Sustainability And Mutuality Trustee email@example.com A network of 42 CSOs in India, working on issues of Agriculture, Climate justice, rivers, Energy & Environmental justice, Human rights. Had taken a leading role in mobilizing civil society in the issues related to the climate crisis, and engaged extensively with all 'stakeholders' including national and sub-national governments, on climate change governance policies and plans, energy policy, and others
⭐Birendra India Non-Violence Foundation Founder https://facebook.com/nvpfint Establish a Peaceful and Non-Violent society with values of humanity on the line of SDG principals and elements People, Planet, Peace Prosperity and Partnership. Mission: To promote the culture of Peace & Non-Violence around the world through action-based education, Culture Exchange and Partnership.
⭐Adikanda India National Campaign on Dalit Human Right,Delhi Dalit and Tribal Budget Research, Analysing and Advocacy with National level Policy makers for policy change and better policy implementation www.ncdhr.org The key thematic issues comprises of Dalit and Tribal Budget research, analysis, advocacy, strengthening local self Govt, Education justice and so on
⭐Lakshmaiah India Angels in the Field Secretary www.angelsinthefield.org Angels in the Field is a Non-profitable Humanitarian Grassroots Relief and Development Facilitator to promote transformed communities with an assured sustainability. Angels in the Field serves children, families and communities living in poverty and injustice regardless of religion, caste, race, ethnicity or gender. It is an organization that serves for the freedom and comfort of the poor and marginalized. Angels in the Field fighting against human trafficking, modern slavery
⭐Alok India CECOEDECON Deputy Director www.cecoedecon.org.in CECOEDECON is a development organization working for building capacities of poor, marginalized and vulnerable communities on Climate Change and sustainable development in Rajasthan since 1982.
⭐Roshni India Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action (YUVA) Executive Director www.yuvaindia.org
⭐Adaphro India RAHI A SOCIAL & CULTURAL UPLIFTMENT SOCIETY GEN.SECRETARY https://www.facebook.com/ngorahi.org "RAHI has been working in India for over 8 years, focusing on ending poverty and social injustice.
We do this through well planned and comprehensive programmed in health, education, livelihoods, and disaster preparedness and response. Our overall goal is the empowerment of the under privilege, women, and marginalized communities leading to improvement in their lives and livelihoods."
⭐Ajhar India Nav Bhartiya Nari Vikas Samiti Director www.nbnvs.org Working for socially excluded community
⭐Jayakumar India World Vision India Deveopment, Advocacy and Relief www.worldvisionindia.org We are child focus’s humanitarian organisations, working in India for the past 7 decades
⭐Nurul Alam Bangladesh Food Security Network-KHANI, Bangladesh National Secretary https://www.facebook.com/khanibangladesh Food Security Network (Khani), Bangladesh is a National wide Network with critical concerns related to Food Security, Smallholder rights, and Agrarian governance in the context of national and global food insecurity, formed in 2005. KHANI Bangladesh works through Research, Peoples centric Advocacy, Lobby, and Campaign to influence the implementation of the right to food, and uphold food-right issues in national and regional spheres.
⭐Vanesha Indonesia Kota Kita Communications and Advocacy Manager https://www.facebook.com/solo.kota.kita
⭐AUNG Myanmar Myanmar Youth Foundation For Peace Country director Myfp Local NGO composed with youth change maker
⭐Ko Kyaw Myanmar DYC ITC https://www.facebook.com/103302135307624/posts/208383984799438/
⭐Sarbeswara India Global Informal Labour Institute Gujarat Trustee Global Informal Labour Institute The Institute is based at Gandhinagar Gujarat and we do research on the issues of informal workers like livelihood, occupational health, safety, social security etc.We also organise training program and workshop on informal workers.
⭐Deepakkumar India Human Development and Research Centre Coordinator https://hdrc-sxnfes.org/about-us/ "Human Development and Research Centre (HDRC) is a registered non-government organisation working under the aegis of St. Xavier’s Non-Formal Education Society (SXNFES) since 1977.
⭐Steve India PRATYeK Executive Director www.pratyek.org.in We are an ECOSOC recognised organisation that enables child-led advocacy for the promotion and fulfillment of the UN Global Goals, the Convention on the Rights of the child and Climate change related commitments. We promote children's parliaments across the country while federating them at the block, district, state, national and global levels.
⭐Phanthamith Laos Association of people living with HIV/AIDS Executive director HIV/AIDSLaos Association of People living with HIV/AIDS we have been working work support vulnerable people and people living with and effected with HIV/AIDS in Laos, especially women and children living with HIV and AIDS, we mainly supporting care and treatment for people living with HIV, vocation training for support livelihood and sustainable development, policy advocacy for better health care for key population in Laos.
⭐Kusum Nepal Rural Reconstruction Nepal Advocacy Officer www.rrn.org.np Rural Reconstruction Nepal (RRN) is a Nepali non-government, not for profit, social development organization. Since its inception, RRN has been working with the poor and marginalized people in Rural Nepal to empower them in fulfilling their basic needs, improving livelihoods. RRN also works on emergency relief, rehabilitation, rural-infrastructure. It is also extensively engaged in policy research, advocacy, lobbying, networking and campaign at local, national and international levels.
⭐Reshma Nepal LDC Watch/SAAPE Advocacy, Monitoring and Communication www.ldcwatch.org LDC Watch is a global network of national, regional and international civil society organisations (CSOs), alliances and movements based in the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), defined by the United Nations (UN).
⭐ Joshua United States Hawaii Institute For Human Rigjts Executive Director www.hawaiiinstitute4humanrights.org
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