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THE GREEN AND WHITE BOOK

Jai Jagat manifesto intends to stir courage by offering a vision to people, especially the young, with a sense of their own power, and learn to express in a myriad ways.

The manifesto is available in the following languages: English, French, Spanish, Georgian and Hindi; download the copy from here.

KEEP AN EYE ON OUR FOOTPRINT

Map offers the many local yet globally relevant individual/collective nonviolent actions that are taking place across the globe; those that lead to the well-being of all and enable better interaction between local action and global change. 

“They are taking care of us, let’s take care of them by serving them good and healthy food”  

– Says Aneesh Thillenkery and Neeru Diwakar; Jai Jagat youths from Bhopal, India.

50 front liners working 24/7 to protect us from the COVID-19 conditions are being served 3 meals every day by this young team from Bhopal. To support the initiatives do visit our Donate page. 

After having returned from the 6 months long Global Peace March, Dr. Javier Leal has been working in one of the field hospitals for Covid-19 patients in Madrid, Spain. There are more than 235,000 cases of infection recorded in Spain, with Madrid being one of the worst affected regions.

From the Jai Jagat family we thank Javier and all the people facing this crisis every day from different front lines.

In these crucial times of Covid-19 pandemic, Ekta Parishad members in the leadership of Ran Singh Parmar and Ramesh Sharma (fellow Global Peace March marchers) have joined efforts with Mahatma Gandhi Seva Ashram to work in 14 states with the migrants and their affected families. The main activities undertaken are : food & grain distribution, production & supply of masks, raising awareness to prevent the spread of virus, shelter&transport facilities for migrant labourers who are returning by foot to their villages, and monitoring & assisting in compliance of government order. So far they have reached 74,762 households.

The team has also created a database of the number of migrants stuck during this lockdown period. To support, visit our Donate page.

Do you know any nonviolent local action taking place? Want to learn and host training camps? Or simply wish to collaborate/ volunteer?

Write to us at contact@jaijagat2020.org

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