We are dedicated to working with communities to understand and cooperate together to find solutions for fundamental issues through exercising democratic means.
Our partnerships aim to strengthen the impact of community education, outreach or advocacy programme and are based on the principles of mutual trust and respect, sharing common vision, resources and valuing diversity. Some of our on-going projects are in collaboration with the following partners:
Basti Suraksha Manch, New Seemapuri, Delhi
Solid waste management is a central element of urban planning. Interacting with the residents of Seemapuri, Delhi, we are in the process of learning the bureaucratic, economic, social and political nuances involved in solid waste management in metropolitan cities like Delhi.
It is people’s campaign to make planning in Delhi more representative and inclusive by engaging citizens in the 2041 Master Plan process. The campaign aim to start a public discussion on what kind of city the people of Delhi want and how to make it more equitable, just and sustainable.
Bandhua Mukti Morcha
We work in close collaboration with BMM to secure the release of bonded and child labourers and ensure their proper rehabilitation through regular communication and exploring alternative sources of livelihood.
On the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Gandhiji and to mark 85 years of socialist movement, PAIGAM covered Samajwadi Vichar Yatra through its fellow, Rohan Gupta, passing through 12 states and organizing more than 150 programmes. The yatra aimed to restore the values of the freedom movement, socialist movement and to re-establish constitutional values.
- Bihar Nav Nirman Yuva Abhiyan
- Centre for New Economic Studies, Jindal University
- Hindus for Human Rights
- Institute of Social Sciences, Delhi
- ITM University, Gwalior
- National Hawker’s Federation
- SADED (South Asian Dialogues on Ecological Democracy)