EJN-supported Documentary Primes Long-Awaited Victory for Indigenous Community in Tamil Nadu, India

by Aug 20, 2022Climate Journalism0 comments

This story is another in the series of EJN’s impact stories from India — that I reported on. This one, really took a long time to substantiate the impact but not as long as the land rights battle of the Kadar Tribe — an ancient indigenous tribal population of India. Read my investigative piece to know about the on-ground impact of environmental journalism and how EJN grantee Naresh Green’s wonderful documentary helped protect indigenous people’s rights. Read more:

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