Internet for Advocacy - 1 Jan. 18-21, 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment


Internet for Advocacy - 1 Jan. 18-21, 2005

 

 

   
List of participants

Maria Armila C. Shakya
International Centre for
Integrated Mountain
Development
Kathmandu, Nepal.
 
Dhaval Pandya
Consultant for theareas
of research activity
Gujarat - 387 001.
    
Nayan Rajput
Computer Associate
Vallabh, Vidyanagar

Shernaz Vasunia

Anand Kumar
Bolimera National
Campaign on Dalit
Human Rights
New Delhi.

Dr. SK Gupta
Principal Scientist &Head
Karnal, Haryana
    
Deepa Menon 
Coordinator 
New Delhi, 110017.
    
Avinash Kubal
       
Tashi Yangzom  Executive-Information
Tibetan Parliamentary
and Policy Research Centre
 
Prof. V. Subramanian's
candidate Coordinator
(will nominate candidate)
JNU, New Delhi

Reeta Chaturvedi
Lucknow
   
 

 

Ms. Madhuchhanda
Communication Assocaite
Trainee,  Noida - 201301

Ms. Renu Relan
Communications Associate 
Noida - 201301.
   
Dr. R M Suresh
Professor & Head
Tamil Nadu.
   
Mini Rajkumar 
Office Administration 
Trivandrum - 695035
    
Radhika Mishra
Coordinator (Administration) 
Jaipur 302 016

Rosemary Kaggwa
Webmaster (Assist Information
Officer in managingthewebsite,
updating website)
Nairobi, Kenya.
   
Peter Mungai
ICRAF-RELMA
Kenya
   
Maimbo Malesu
ICRAF-RELMA
Kenya 

Mr. M.Gangadhar Rao
Manger, 
Andhra Pradesh
 
Mr. Neelkanth
Abhiyan: A forum of
grassroots movements
in Jharkhand
   
Madhu Kishwar
Centre for the Study of Developing Societies 
Delhi - 110054. 

 

     

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