A high-level meeting of India’s top advocacy group, mines, minerals and People (mm&P), has decided to represent to President Pranab Kumar Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to implement the concept of “intergenerational equity” to make sure that the next generations are equal shareholders of the natural resources.
The controversial concept, which is directed against corporate houses and other business interests seeking to mine away the natural wealth, has been coined by Goa Foundation, a Goa-based voluntary organization. The concept states, those who depend on natural resources alone are their rightful owners.Read more
Children and their Rights in Mining Areas – A Community Resource Guide- Read Guide
Each Goan lost Rs. 2,45,000 due to illegal mining between 2007 and 2012.
Of the iron ore left unmined, each Goan household remains the rightful owner of ore worth more than Rs. 61 lakh.
Only a Permanent Fund will safeguard this enormous wealth and ensure it is used in the best possible way for Goa’s citizens and its future generations.
This brochure attempts to explain the main features of the proposal sent by the Goa Foundation to the Chief Minister of Goa on 15 May, 2014. Read more
We are children from Balamitra School in Dabbanda village in Vishaka district of Andhra Pradesh. We are singing a song about our Adivasi community.We Adivasi people live in the nature. We are the singing birds of the nature. We are the buds and aromatic flowers of orchards. We are the spicy smell in the nature. In cages and huts we are living like Tigers. In plants leafs and grass we are the dropplates of water. In fields we are like seeds of germinating plants. We will be together like bees and we share love with each other. For more Dr.SK.Haneef can be reached at 09490353568. Click here for song