Most of the books that we wrote were manuals or for campaigns and advocacy. Consequently, many are out of print. The more recent ones are available as pdfs/rtf, but you are welcome to drop in and read the hard copies.
You can download them from slideshare.net/openspace.
Documentation and communication
- Media and Gender Justice (2007, rtf);
- Write your organisation history in seven days(2004, pdf);
- The little book of documentation(1999, pdf).
- Responding to the Bihar floods 2007—8: Best practice and lessons learnt from the experience of ChristianAid India and its partners (2009)
- Rejuvenating & Rebuilding Communities, An overview of Plan’s tsunami response and lessons learnt (2008)
- An Introduction to Social Equity Audit (2007, editor).
- Human Rights Education Manual (2007, rtf);
- A human rights based approach to development: A resource book(2004, rtf)
- In which language do you think (2002, pdf);
- and Series Editors for resource book series on Economic Globalisation(2004) and Good Governance(2004).
- Vocabulary of Commons (2011, pdf)
- The heart of a city: building sustainable communities in an urban environment(2001, rtf);
- Life goes on...; Sustainability of community development programs and the withdrawal of NGO support: an enquiry into expectations and implications(1999).
- Best practices in sustainability (extracts from Life goes on...; 1999, pdf).
- Liberation is not enough, the Kamaiya liberation movement of Nepal(2006, pdf);
- A search for justice: the Adivasi experience in south India(1997);
- Why does Nagarhole Burn? the Adivasi, the state and the world bank (1995);
- Indigenous Identity; Crisis and Reawakening(1993).
- Listening to people living in poverty (2003, editor);
- Sustaining Dalit empowerment processes: NESA’s experience in integrating micro–finance and gender into Dalit empowerment(2001);
- Grama Vidiyal, A bank to bank on(2001);
- The NESA process(1998);
- Partners in progress(1997);
- Experiences of advocacy in environment and development(1997, editor).