The APRN Program on Building Democracy and Claiming Civic Spaces through its Workstream on Militarism and Program on Communities that Resist and Rebuild present the second episode of the APRN RnR video advocacy series.
This is a series of videos aimed to discuss specific topics and issues CSOs face in the context of shrinking spaces. The focus is on how CSOs stand as equal development partners that render service to communities despite repression in the midst of CoViD-19.
For this episode let us join Jiten Yumnam from the Centre for Research and Advocacy, Manipur – CRAM , an organization based in the India, in tackling the current challenges the country and its basic sectors are facing, especially during the pandemic.
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