Adivasi-Activists from Jharkand in conversation
Adivasi is the name for indigenous people of India. Helga Neumayer speaks with some Adivasi-activist about their fight on land, water and income.
Jharkand, a state in the middle of India, has been brutally industrialized. Deforestation, polluted water and lack of income possibilities are heavy problems for the indigenious people of the region.
What can civil society do against this life-threatening situation? This is what we ask our Indian life guests Bina Stanis and Philan Horo, activists from CASS (Chotanagpur Adivasi Seva Samiti), who are recently on an information speakers tour through Austria, invitied by DKA (development cooperation agency of the Catholic Children's Movement in Austria).
Program prepared and presented by: Helga Neumayer (Solidarity among Women)