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Connecting People, Changing Development

The government of India plans to build more than 100 dams in Arunachal Pradesh, of which 17 alone are proposed in Dibang river basin. Since 2007, the community of 12000 people from the Idu Mishmi tribe has been resisting the execution of these projects in their land. 

Image Credit: Raju Mimi

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World Bank

Strengthening the World Bank's social and environmental safeguards

Human Rights Due Diligence

Assessing and managing human rights risks and impacts

Defenders in Development

Leveraging development finance to safeguard human rights defenders

EWS

Early Warning System

Monitoring the Impacts of Development Projects

Community engamenet

Community Engagement

Promoting community-led development

B.R.I.C.S.

BRICS New Development Bank

Shaping the BRICS New Development Bank to be transparent and rights-respecting

Posted on Jul 10,2017

FMO and Finnfund officially withdraw from Agua Zarca project

Posted on Jul 07,2017

Presentation: The Private Sector in Development

Posted on Jun 29,2017

Report: World Bank linked to forced labor in Uzbekistan

Posted on Jun 14,2017

Asian CSOs Convene Workshop on Accountability in Bangkok

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