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Tinku Sheikh CJP Wednesdays

CJP Fellow Tinku Sheikh brings to us unseen images of rural Bengal CJP is proud to have Tinku as one of its grassroots fellows

CJP Grassroots fellow Tinku Sheikh used to work as a migrant worker in Mumbai until the lockdown forced him to be unemployed. During CJP’s campaign against hunger, we came in touch with him and soon enough, we were proud to include him as our Grassroots Fellow. Watch this video to take a glance at the…

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Don’t miss out on CJP Grassroots Fellows’ stories This #CJPWednesdays let's take a look at stories documented by our Grassroots fellows

CJP grassroots fellows are bringing out stories of communities that are often ignored by the mainstream media. From protests in solidarity with farmers in Bengal to daily wage workers’ concerns, from lives of the indigenous tribes to sharing traditional music of the communities that we work with, they have been busy documenting the world around…

Intriducing Tinku sheikh

Tinku Sheikh: Migrant worker who became a CJP Grassroots Fellow Introducing our new Grassroots fellow

CJP is proud to introduce its newest grassroots fellow Tinku Sheikh. Growing up in poverty, Tinku managed to study till the 8th standard before he moved to Mumbai as a daily wage worker. During the lockdown, when Tinku was facing tremendous difficulty, CJP came in touch with him amid our ‘CJP against hunger’ campaign. Watch this…

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