Praxis-Institute for Participatory Practices is a development support organisation committed to mainstreaming the voices of the poor and marginalised sections of society in the quest for equity and governance. We believe that for development to be sustainable, the process must be truly participative.
Praxis engages in participatory research, capacity-building and advocacy to ensure that the most excluded and vulnerable communities have a say in development.
Praxis launches its virtual exhibition on climate change on the sidelines of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2015, Paris.
As the world is taking note of climate change, with world leaders gathered in Paris to talk about the challenges of climate change, and finding sustainable solutions to it, Praxis has gathered and presented findings from its own Climate Change study in the form of a virtual exhibition. The study was carried out in 13 habitations across North India, and culminated in a Ground Level Panel where farmers got together to discuss the challenges in agriculture and climate change and give recommendations to the State's policy documents. The virtual exhibition can be viewed here.
Our newest publication - Participation Pays - is a collation of our experiences in diverse contexts that attempts to show how beneficiaries of aid can challenge and overcome conventional power arrangements set up by donors and development agencies.
Know more about Participation Pays here.
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