What You Can Do

There are many ways to participate in the ongoing process of the Tribunal. We welcome all inquires at secretariat@worldbanktribunal.org

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Translation and technical support

There were over 150 presentations made at the Tribunal, and the process of documenting all of the testimonies is ongoing. In addition, a book containing many of the presentations from the Tribunal is being published in the Fall of 2009. If you have any of the following skills and can dedicate time, please contact us.
  • Open source programming (we need a search engine!)
  • Video editing
  • HTML coding
  • Hindi/English Translation for the Web site
  • Translation of the forthcoming volume

Getting the Word Out!

You can help get out information on all the issues discussed at the Tribunal by distributing the materials posted on this site. We are in the process of posting the testimonies for everyone's use. You can start a blog, or contribute to the blog at worldbankout.blogspot.com. Just send us material and let us know that you would like to be added as an author. Invite friends to the listserv, post a link to this site, take the materials to a local library, school, government official, or community organization.

Organize a Tribunal in your State

Many people involved in the Tribunal process have suggested state-wide People's Tribunals on the World Bank and the ADB. If you are looking for contacts in your state or want information about holding a Tribunal, please contact us.

Financial support

Your support is necessary in getting this material published. Now that the Independent People's Tribunal has concluded, it is critical to collect all the information presented at the event and produce and distribute these findings. The audiences this information expects to support and impact are activists, research organizations, advocacy groups, academics, government officials, and policy makers both locally and internationally. The goals of disseminating this information are to influence policy, provide campaign and training material and inspire further action.

The documentation being planned is an edited, abridged, and printed report of the proceedings as well as full written and video documentation on the Web site. A shorter campaign booklet is also being prepared. The full printed report will be available in two editions, one in Hindi, and one in English. The smaller booklet will be published in as many languages as possible, initially in English, Hindi, and Tamil.

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Join the Online Forums

Also please join our Facebook and Orkut groups to actively partake in our online community and contribute by sharing your knowledge and views on the impact of the World Bank Group in India. The websites for the same are:


Arvin Kejriwal -Delhi Water Privatization
Amit Bhaduri - Response to the World Bank
Madhura Swaminathan - World Bank and Food Security


Translators needed for upcoming volume on the proceedings and for the Web site
Film makers and video editors needed!
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