Our Economic Justice work aims to strengthen the livelihoods of poor and marginal groups in rural India. More than 80% of rural India is dependent on agriculture and forest resources for their livelihoods and 85% of the farmers are small holders owning less than 2 ha of land. More than 80% of all rural female workers are in agriculture while only 9.4% of women own land in rural India. Secure access to the natural resources is the key to sustainable rural livelihoods. Our work is also focused on improving access to forest resources by poor communities and make agricultural models viable for small farmers especially for women farmers. The two clusters of work areas under Economic Justice are (a) Small Holder Agriculture & Climate Change (b) Natural Resources Management.