Press Release on The Human Right to Water and Sanitation

Posted on Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Press Release on
The human right to water and sanitation

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An Interview with Navdanya Coordinator Anand Kumar.

Posted on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

An Interview with Navdanya Coordinator Anand Kumar.

Conducted by Carrie Stiles, Conflict Resolution Department, Portland State University.

March 2010

If you are curious to know more about the daily activities of Navdanya’s network this interview may provide insight into our grassroots mobilization.  Anand Kumar has dedicated nine years in service to Navdanya farmers. The kind and soft-spoken man from Uttaranchal is the coordinator for the Dehradun region and the farm manager at Navdanya’s biodiverse agro ecological experimental learning center, also known as Bija (seed) Vidyapeeth (school). His job duties include crop planning, mapping, labeling, course arrangement, stock inventory, seed organization and categorization, register maintenance and working in the soil lab. Anand avidly works with 80 Certified Organic Farmers and 5,000 total farmers.

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The State of the World on the Eve of the G-20 Summit in Toronto

Posted on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Below is an excerpt from the Democracy Now! coverage of the G-8/G-20 Summit in Toronto from democracynow.org:

Amy Goodman: As world leaders gathered in Toronto for the G-20 summit last week, leading activists from around the world joined thousands in Toronto’s Massey Hall to oppose the G-20 agenda. Among those who spoke was Maude Barlow. She heads the Council of Canadians—Canada’s largest public advocacy organization. She’s founder of the Blue Planet Project. This is a part of what she had to say:

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