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In India, the Dalits and Adivasi are socially excluded due to structural inequality. Social exclusion is prevelant in all most all the field areas of CNI SBSSS, and thus, we have embraced Right Based Approach as a process of enabling and empowering marginalized communities for enjoying their economic, social, cultural and political rights. These rights based approaches have enabled communities not only to be aware of their rights but to develop the necessary confidence to demand that their rights be upheld. CNI SBSS conducts campaigns creating awareness and empowering the communities on the issues like rights to food, land rights, right to water, Indigenous identity and social inclusion.
CNI SBSS facilitates campaigns and advocacy programs to highlight the suffering and plight of the Dalit and Tribal communities. Networking with government line departments is carried out to share the grievances of the atrocity victims for proper redressal. Efforts are made to develop confidence of excluded communities on electoral systems and processes. Inputs are provided so that they understand and participate in electoral processes such as, Panchayathi Raj Elections.
Trainer’s Manuals to capacitate community members and local leaders on Panchayat Raj Institutions, in Odisha, West Bengal, Haryana, Punjab, and Jharkhand.[Read more]
Training program to capacitate the marginalized communities on Fundamental rights, Role of State and Constitution in the simplest way.[Read more]
With the new interventions in the project areas, CNI SBSS has initiated new programs and activities in accordance to the need of the community.[Read more]
To orient the staff on the new focus areas and capacitate them, CNI SBSS conducted a workshop on Education and WASH for all the DBSS staff from 19th to 22nd July 2016 at Gopalpur, Odisha.[Read more]
Conflict Transformation from 27th – 29th January 2016 held at Gopalpur, Orissa[Read more]
They would get their daughters treated every now and then, but they were only growing weaker, because of which the girls were not able to go to school regularly.[Read more]
Kinder could not see her children suffering because of this. She was finding it difficult to even feed her children, left alone sending them to school.[Read more]
“If children are denied education and their rightful freedom, there is little point in priding ourselves…”[Read more]