Celebrating 35 years (1982-2017)
Making Democracy Work for All Citizens
Empowering Citizens, Raising Voice
Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality
Promoting Diversity in Planning
Facilitating Sanitation Behaviour Change
Knowledge for Change

Aditya Verghese revisits the talk given by Dr. Budd L. Hall, Professor of Community Development, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria on ‘Epistemicide & Decolonization of Knowledge’ in PRIA on 16th November 2017. We need to reimagine who we are and where we belong, question the status quo in some fundamental ways....Read More

Rajesh Tandon, Founder-President, PRIA, believes in democratic governance, but his lived experience everyday in Delhi goes angrily against his belief. What is the point of electing governments? he asks....Read More

Nilanjana Bhattacharjee from PRIA was invited to speak at the second Annual Meeting of Global Platform for Sustainable Cities through the vision of a young development practitioner. She presented her vision of a sustainable city as a slam poetry piece.... Read More

There is creativity in all of us, and everywhere, says Loreen Regnander, an intern at PRIA. As practitioners of participatory methodologies, how can we incorporate art and other creative forms of expression into understanding social change?... Read More

Drawing from our multi-pronged programmes that focus on articulating the voices of sanitation workers, PRIA has drawn up a list of recommendations for government and citizens in order to address the issue of sanitation workers’ safety in India... Read More

Renu Joshi is a ASHA worker in Barmer district Rajasthan. Empowered through PRIA's efforts, she is today committed to institutionalising maternal and child health in her gram panchayat. Being a woman is no barrier to success, she says... Read More

In his recent visit to PRIA, Dr Brian Pratt, Founding Director of INTRAC, discussed the challenges to sustainability that civil society as a sector faces across the globe, and possible ways in which civil society organisations can find options for sustainability... Read More

The Goods and Services Tax introduced 3 months ago has been billed as the biggest tax reform in India since Independence. What are the social and economic implications of this reform on those who are "unheard"? Sasha Mosky, an intern at PRIA, discusses this in the context of informal recyclers in Ajmer... Read More

Seema is a field animator working with communities in Govindgarh, Rajasthan to build awareness on maternal and child health. She writes about her experiences in bringing the issue to the attention of not only the women in the community, but also to decision-makers and statutory institutions... Read More

Lack of oxygen in government hospitals, flooding, collapsing garbage dumps, derailed trains – these are a manifestation of decades of neglect, a quick-fix mind-set and no effort towards systemic governance reform. Without systemic governance reforms, New India will remain a mirage, says Dr Rajesh Tandon... Read More

  • 35 years of knowledge, voice, democracy
  • Youth In Democracy
  • Engaged Citizens, Responsive City
  • Apna Swasthya, Apni Pehel: Reforming Local Health Governance in Rajasthan
  • Swasth Gaon, Surakshit Jeevan (Healthy Villages Save Lives)
  • Gender On The Agenda
  • Civil Society

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