fulMore about Jai Jagat 2020: ‘On the move for Justice and Peace’ 

JJ2020 is the brainchild of Ekta Parishad, a land rights campaigning organisation that has mobilised excluded and marginalised people to influence Indian government policy through it’s Gandhi-inspired long walks.  Ekta Parishad’s practices, which include training youth leaders, are rooted in an ethos of non-violence, social justice and community harmony.

The Four Pillars of Jai Jagat 2020 are:

  • Eradicating Poverty
  • Eliminating Social Exclusion
  • Ameliorating the Climate Crisis
  • Halting Conflict and Violence

See www.jaijagat2020.org for latest news on the global walk, which started in Delhi on 2 October 2019. 

See the full manifesto Green and White book here. 

Who we are working with

Our walkers from India, Senegal, USA, Canada, South America and Europe are converging in Geneva to take our concerns, based on Jai Jagat 2020’s four pillars, see Jaijagat2020.eu for more information. We are working with:

  • People most affected by poverty, discrimination, conflict and climate change, both in the UK and other countries
  • People fighting against injustice, walkers and activists
  • Civil Society organisations and movements, especially youth, women and migrant groups
  • Faith groups
  • Decision makers at local and national government level
  • Media and communicators.

Partner Organisations in the UK

  • Stourbridge Quakers 
  • Quakers throughout the UK
  • Action Village India 
  • Footsteps
  • Christian Aid
  • Climate Action Network
  • Eco-Birmingham
  • St Davids Ancient Connection/Pilgrimage
  • Change Kitchen