Partners

Aga Khan Planning and Building Services

Amnesty International

Asian Network for the Rights of Occupational and Environmental Victims (ANROEV)

Asia Monitor Resource Centre

Asian Transnational Corporation Monitoring Network (ATNC)

Biodiversity Conservation India Ltd. (BCIL)

Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)

Church’s Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA)

Cgnet Swara

CIRCA

Duleep Matthai Foundation

Earthlife Africa

EIA Resource and Response centre (eRc) – The problems associated with faulty assessments, clearances and compliance have been enormous seeking systematic research and action to improve Environment Governance. This has been established in collaboration with LIFE and Peace Institute with initial support from Rufford Foundation

European Climate Foundation

Evidence and Lessons from Latin America (ELLA)

Factor4 Foundation

Foundation for Ecological Security

Global Greengrants Fund

Goa-CAP (Goa Center for Alternative Photography)

Greenpeace India

HCFC

Himalaya Niti Abhiyan (HNA)

Hivos

Indian Network on Ethics and Climate Change (INECC)

Indo-Global Social Service Society (IGSSS)

Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement on Debt & Development (APMDD)

Keystone 

LIFE

MAC: Mines and Communities

mines, minerals and PEOPLE (mm&P)

Mine Labour Protection Campaign (MLPC) – Collaborative programmes with MLPC Trust, which is working on a host of issues around mining and living conditions of mine workers in Rajasthan, have lead to various new initiatives focused around the issues of occupational health, environment and legal issues

Occupational and Environmental Health Network of India (OEHNI)

Oxfam India

SAMATA

Setu – Centre for Social Knowledge and Action

Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development (SPWD)

Terre des hommes (TDH) / www.childrensrightsindia.org

The Access Initiative (TAI) – The Access Initiative is a worldwide coalition of regional and country networks aimed at improving environmental governance using the PP10 principle. World over there are several member countries in the TAl network. TAl Assessments are a key element in the process. The basic aspects on which TAl assessments focus are access to Information, Public Participation and Justice in decision-making. In each of the sub sets there is a link to evaluation in terms of law, effort and effectiveness. Environics Trust and Lawyers Initiative for Forest & Environment (LIFE) function as the nodal organizations and have completed the assessment in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh through 18 case studies across different sectors and regions. LIFE – ET have been nominated as a Core Group member and the TAl India National Coalition has been elected to convene the South Asian Region.

The Asia Foundation

Uttaranchal Development Institute (UDI)

Water Beyond Borders