A just society where all people (especially women, children and workers) enjoy their rights equally. NJT believes the primary reason for the present predicament lies in the accumulation of wealth by a group of people in power that controls all socio - economic and political arrangements.
Strengthening Community Based Organizations (CBOs), People’s Organizations (POs) and other Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)
251 villages in the NJT working area declared child labour free.
16400 child labourers removed from work and reenrolled in formal schools.
Formation and functioning of 158 Beedi rolling women’s associations and 2 Block level Beedi workers’ federations.
The Director of NJT is appointed as a Chairman in the Child Welfare Committee of the Dept. of Social Defence, Govt. of Tamil Nadu
NJT has established itself as a resource and training organisation in the District taking up issues related to rights of children, women, and workers through networking and collaboration with people’s organisations and other NGOs. NJT is growing into a nodal organisation in the southern region to address larger issues including caste and gender discrimination.Join Us