Ms.
Madhu
Sarin

Madhu Sarin has been working on forest tenure reform in India for the last 15 years. Combining grassroots work with policy analysis and advocacy, her primary focus for over 3.5 decades has been on gender- and equity-sensitive community empowerment and the democratization of natural resource governance. Sarin was a member of the Technical Support Group constituted by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs which drafted the Indian Forest Rights Act passed by Parliament in 2006. Since then, together with Campaign for Survival and Dignity(CSD) and other movements, she has been involved in pushing for proper implementation of the law.

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Location
48, sector 4,
160001 chandigarh
Índia
IN