We work with different groups of people at grassroot level to improve human rights situations and to strengthen peoples capacity.
1 & 2 September, 2018 | Delhi
CFA and PAIRVI called upon different organizations and networks working on energy policy, energy finance and other energy related issues to participate in a national seminar held on 1-2 September, 2018 at USO House, Delhi. The objective was to discuss current power schemes in India and critical look at renewable resources of energy and whether they are actually green in nature. The main focus was to evolve a collective response of the participating organizations on the key issues in power sector and renewable energy in India.
24-25 January, 2019 | Singapore
The Forum was held at marina Sands Bay Convention Centre and attended by 26 Environment Ministers, President of Sri Lanka, prime Minister of Tuvalu and Dy prime Minister of Singapore besides High Officials from more than 50 countries. Mr. Parihar, Chair of the CPCB represented India and also chaired the High Officials Meeting on 24th.
The Forum was organized to reflect on the Theme of the UNEA 4, “Innovative Solutions for Environmental Challenges and Sustainable Consumption and Production,” which will be organized from 11th to 15th March at UN Environment headquarters at Nairobi. The Forum came out with a chairs summary, which captured the concerns raised by the CSOs on challenges in promoting grassroots innovation, containing chemical pollution, monitoring of global geo engineering governance among others.
23rd January, 2019 | Singapore
Ajay K Jha attended the MGSF on the invitation of the United Nations Environment. The MGSF was organized by Asia pacific Regional CSOs Mechanism in collaboration with the ESCAP, UN Env and the govt of Singapore. Ajay chaired a panel discussion on the Environmental Challenges and Sustainable innovations from the grassroots which had Neth Dano (Asia Director, ETC group), Sarojeni Rengam (Director, PAN-AP), Prem Singh Tharu (Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact, Thailand), Zakir Hossain (Krisoker Sor, Bangladesh), Oyunchimeg Myagmarjav (Director, Institute for Future, Mongolia) and Francis Kim Ugpi (AITUC, AP). Besides, Ajay K Jha also led the drafting team for the outcome document from the MGSF.
Formed in 1998, PAIRVI works at the intersection of development and rights. It works with small grassroots organizations, community based groups and a pan Indian Coalition on climate and environmental justice, MAUSAM.
Strength of the team is each individual member. We have dynamic, meticulous and vibrant team members from different streams whose sustained efforts help in realization of organization’s goal.
PAIRVI’s Governing Body is characterized by the seasoned, erudite and distinguished members from academic, legal, social and bureaucratic fraternity who guide the organization to accomplish its greater vision.
What an organization does and achieves, reflects in the activity report. you can go through PAIRVI's work in it's annual reports. Organization keep its financial record transparent and open. You can see the financial statements here.
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