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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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What’s New

Sign the statement on IFIs, Participation and Human Rights!


World Bank

Strengthening the World Bank's social and environmental safeguards


Human Rights Due Diligence

Assessing and managing human rights risks and impacts


BRICS New Development Bank

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

National Advocacy

National Advocacy

Changing how development decisions are made


Early Warning System

Monitoring the Impacts of Development Projects

Posted on May 27,2016

AIDESEP insists that IDB land titling programme which threatens to undermine indigenous land rights must be suspended while formal complaint is ongoing

Posted on May 26,2016

Civil Society Declaration at the 51st African Development Bank Annual Meetings

Posted on May 23,2016

SAIIA Oxfam Roundtable: Sustainable Development and the BRICS’ New Development Bank

Posted on May 22,2016

UN Indigenous Peoples Experts Challenge World Bank

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