National Centre for Advocacy Studies (NCAS) | Land Portal
Acronym: 
NCAS
Focal point: 
Amit Narkar
Phone number: 
+91-20-2295 2003

Location

Pashan 411 021 Pune , Maharashtra
India
Maharashtra IN
Postal address: 
National Centre for Advocacy Studies Address – Serenity Complex, Ramnagar Colony, Pashan, Pune – 411 021, Maharashtra, INDIA
Working languages: 
English

National Centre for Advocacy Studies (NCAS), set up in 1992, is a premier advocacy resource centre in South Asia. It is a proactive learning organisation that works towards participatory rights based and people-centered policy environment, a transparent and accountable governance and advancement of human rights. The core mandate of NCAS is to strengthen the capacity of marginalized people and social action groups to advocate on issues concerning their basic rights and social justice.

NCAS is a Society registered under the Maharashtra Societies Registration Act, 1860 and the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950. It is a membership based organisation governed by the General Body of Members and Executive Committee.

NCAS has its own office premises in Pashan, on the outskirts of Pune with a desk at Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

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Library Resource

Campaign for the Forest Rights Act 2006

Reports & Research
December, 2007
India

This compilation is based on analysis of secondary documentation as well as interviews with members of the Campaign for Survival and Dignity on the process behind the passing of the Forest Rights Act 2006. This document is not meant to be a comprehensive analytical paper on the issue of 'forests'; 'adivasis' or 'forest rights'. It merely touches upon these aspects to provide a background to the process of bringing about the legislation. As a result many dimensions and dynamics of adivasis and forest struggles have not been covered here.

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