North East Network (NEN) is committed towards building a society in the north-east region of India that upholds women’s rights and gender justice. In pursuit of this vision, NEN collaborates with diverse organisations and movements that support us in our initiatives and share the feminist zeal to bring about social change.

Alliance of Feminist Collectives

Alliance of Feminist Collectives

The Alliance of Feminist Collectives is a network of individuals and feminist organisations committed to ending violence against women and girls in Assam.


AMAN NetworkAMAN Network

AMAN Network came into existence in 2006 with the vision of a world free of domestic violence. The Network provides a platform for member organisations and individuals from India and abroad to join in the collective processes of bringing about social change. Learn more


Assam State Alliance on Health, Nutrition and Livelihood

The Assam State Alliance on Health, Nutrition and Women Economic Empowerment is a collective of organisations working for social development in Assam. The coalition is centred around health, nutrition, economic livelihood, and women’s empowerment.


Homenet South Asia

Homenet South Asia

Homenet South Asia works for the rights of women home-based workers across South Asia. This regional network comprises 60 member organisations representing over 12,00,000 home-based workers in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Learn more



Indian Association for Women’s Studies (IAWS)

With over 2000 members from a diverse community of academics, researchers, students, policy analysts, activists, social workers, media persons and others, the IAWS originated during the resurgence of the women’s movement in India in the mid-1970s. The organisation has played a pivotal role in shaping feminist theories. Learn more


LCN NetworkLam-Lynti Chittara Neralu (LCN)

The LCN Network is dedicated to creating rights-based shelter homes for women and transgender survivors of violence. It was formed in 2016 by women’s rights, human rights and feminist organisations, including Action India, Jagori, Nazariya, NEN, Sangama, Vimochana and Visthar. Learn more



Mahila Kisan Adhikar Manch (MAKAAM)

MAKAAM is a forum for women farmers’ rights. The organisation works nationwide with 120 individuals and organisations of farming women, of women farmers’ collectives, civil society organisations, researchers and activists. Learn more



Millet Network of IndiaMillet Network of India (MINI)

MINI aims to revive millet-based bio-diverse farming and food systems in India and empower the poor majority of India, most of whom are Dalits, Adivasis and women. The organisation works towards placing control over food, seeds, markets and natural resources in the hands of the marginalised, especially women. Learn more


National Alliance of Women’s Organisations

The National Alliance of Women (NAWO) is a network of progressive-minded women’s groups and institutions, women workers, and individual women who envision a gender-just, democratic and humane society. The network emerged as an offshoot of the Beijing Conference (1995).




The North East Women Entrepreneurs Association (NEWEA) was formed in 1994. The association supports women who are rural artisans, entrepreneurs, and disabled women by enhancing their technical and design skills. It also helps women and youth to undertake various income generation projects. Learn more


Vikalp Sangam

Vikalp Sangam

Vikalp Sangam brings together people’s movements and organisations in search of grounded alternatives to the current ‘development’ model which brings along ecological destruction and rising inequalities. This is a network of over 80 movements and organisations in India. Learn more