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JaiJagat

The International Walk from India to Geneva was halted in March 2020 because of Covid-19. However 120 French walkers did get to Geneva. Because of Covid things are now in a state of transition. In India a lot of work is going on with migrant workers and encouraging people to stay in the villages, developing nature based solutions to problems. See: http://jaijagat2020.co.uk

 

A fim made with Ekta Parisha (Ramesh), shows the impact of coal mining in India - with graphic film footage that is very powerful. Very well worth watching.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8y4PM041UQ&t=6s  

Stepping Stones for a decade of change.
JaiJagat is a global campaign for justice and peace rooted in the thought and practice of Gandhi, as well as other contemporary experiences of non violence. It intends to create a movement for nonviolent change where the global campaign is based around four pillars: eradicating poverty, ending social discrimination, reversing ecological destruction and the climate crisis, and ending conflict.
Stepping Stones for a Decade for Change_[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [1.5 MB]

Powerpoint resentation made to QSAIG Fringe Event at Yearly Meeting Gathering on 5th August 2021.

 

Jai Jagat Presentation August 2021
Update on the activities of Jai Jagat.
BYM QSAIG Jai Jagat presentation August [...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [2.4 MB]

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2.30pm to 4pm on Saturday 24th July 2021
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Special Interest Group at Britain Yearly Meeting Gathering.
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