#CJPWednesdays We achieved so much together because of YOU CJP 's work in 2020

23, Dec 2020 | CJP Team

Since 2002 when we began this work, our expertise have grown even as our conviction to stay the course has deepened. As this year comes to an end, here’s a round up of our extremely challenging work through the difficult year that 2020 was.
From our inspiring team in Assam to our women leaders and partners working for forest rights, to the bright young CJP grassroots fellows and the heartbreaking perseverence of migrant workers. Each person who we worked with inspired us, to push ourselves even harder.
With new campaigns like ‘Let Migrants Vote’, ‘CJP Grassroots fellowship’ and also working on our existing campaigns like ‘Forest Rights’, ‘Hate Hatao’ and ‘Citizenship Crisis in Assam’, we worked day and night to be beside every fellow citizen who needed us, in the courts and beyond.

We want to thank each one of our supporters and fellow activists who encourage us to fight harder and keep the #JungJaari for Human Rights.


Join CJP’s fight to protect the rights of forest working people

CJP Grassroots Fellowship: Meet Ripon Sheikh who documents rural Bengal

Meet Ameer Hamza, a CJP fellow

Adivasi youth Mamta Pared is CJP’s newest grassroots fellow

CJP in Action: Hate Watch

Uncovering the despair of Purvanchal’s weavers

Hathras: Why CJP moved Supreme court?

CJP reaches out to thousands of migrant workers trapped in a food crisis

CJP against Hunger: Essentials supplied to needy families from the North East

CJP against Hunger: Rations and essentials provided to migrant workers

Migrant Diaries : A CJP special series



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