Hasiru Usiru

Public Consultation Must in Planning and Building Metro or any Infrastructure Project

Unprecedented Decision by High Court of Karnataka holds Officials directly accountable for any lapse

Press Release : Bangalore : 17 December 2010

Bangalore Road Widening and Other Urban Transport Projects Impacted Communities Unite

BATPIC Network launched with the objective of pursuing urban transport projects that are socially just, economically viable, environmentally friendly and long lasting solutions

Press Release : Bangalore : 17 July 2012

 

Joint Statement 

 

Summary:  

Karnataka High Court decision approving Sadashivnagar-Yeshwantpur Road Widening Regressive

Revisitation of this order essential given the irrereversible and deep impacts on people's rights to life, housing and livelihood, and the environment

Press Release : Bangalore : 18 June 2012

SUMMARY

 

Hasire Usiru: Campaign to Reclaim Bangalore's Commons

Public Action: Documents, Right to Information and Correspondence with Public Officials

28 November, 2008
Documents
  • Road Widening FAQ's: Common questions about road widening answered.
  • Workshop on July 4th, 2009: "What's Happening in Bangalore? Meeting the challenge of Protecting Lives, Livelihoods, Public spaces and Our Commons!" Download invitation.

Hasire Usiru: Walk to Save Bengaluru - November 9th, 2008

Hasire Usiru: Campaign to Reclaim Bangalore's Commons

Public Consultation on "The Road Widening Schemes of Bengaluru: Impacts and Alternatives"

20 December, 2007

A public consultation on “ROAD WIDENING SCHEMES OF BENGALURU: IMPACTS AND ALTENATIVES” was jointly organised by Environment Support Group (ESG), Civic and Alternative Law Forum (ALF), public interest not for profit organisations responding to governance, planning, social and environmental justice causes. The consultation was held under the banner of HASIRU USIRU on 20th December 2007 at Senate Hall of Central College, Bengaluru and was chaired by Mr. P. S. S. Thomas, former Secretary General of National Human Rights Commission and Advisor, Planning Commission.

Hasire Usiru : Campaign to Reclaim Bangalore's Commons

Report of the workshop "Namma Raste: Reclaiming Bangalore’s roads"

Written by Anajli Vaidya
Bangalore, 19 July, 2008

 

On 19th July 2008, a workshop on "Reclaiming Bangalore’s roads: Namma Raste" was jointly organized by Environment Support Group, CIVIC Bangalore and Alternative Law Forum. The workshop was held between 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM at Vidyadeep, Ulsoor Road, Bangalore.

 

Hasire Usiru Campaign to Reclaim Bangalore's Commons

Excellent Response for Walk to Reclaim Bengaluru.

10 November, 2008

Hundreds turned up at Lal Bagh West Gate today to participate in the "Walk to Reclaim Bengaluru" organised under the aegis of Hasiru Usiru, a network of community organisations, residents associations, project affected communities, voluntary organisations and individuals concerned about protecting equitable access to public social spaces such as roads and parks in Bengaluru. Gracing the occasion were Mr Dinesh Gundu Rao (MLA, Gandhinagar), Ms. Premila Nesargi, Former Chairperson of the Karnataka Women's Commission. The Walk was also endorsed by Prof. B. K.

Hasire Usiru : Campaign to Reclaim Bangalore's Commons

Report: Fantastic Response for "Campaign to Reclaim Bengaluru."

Bengaluru, 30 November, 2008

30 November 2008, Bangalore
FANTASTIC RESPONSE FOR "CAMPAIGN TO RECLAIM BENGALURU"