WEBINAR | 24th June 2021 | 2.30pm IST

PAN Asia Pacific, together with the Maharashtra Association of Pesticide Poisoned Persons (MAPPP), Pesticide Action Network (PAN) India, Public Eye and the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) invite you to a webinar that sheds light on the quest for justice of a group of Indian farmers who were poisoned by a pesticide marketed by Swiss agrochemical giant Syngenta.

In this webinar, participants will learn more about this emblematic case of pesticide poisoning, the quest for justice and accountability of a group of Indian farmers and the way forward for regulating pesticides use both India and Europe.

Date: Thursday 24 June 2021
Time: 11am CET/ 2.30pm India Standard Time

The webinar will be held in English. Translation to Marathi will be provided simultaneously.

State of Glyphosate Use In India: National Assessment Report Released

State of Glyphosate Use in India

This report reveals the ground reality of glyphosate use in India based on field survey in seven Indian States. This study presents the fact that glyphosate use is happening in India violating the national regulations as well as the International Code of Conduct on Pesticides Management.


In a gazette notification issued on 14thof May 2020, the Ministry of Agriculture proposed a draft order intended to ban the 27 pesticides and sought comments or suggestions from stakeholders.

The notification says ‘sixty-six insecticides which are banned or restricted or withdrawn in other countries but continue to be registered for domestic use in India’ were reviewed by an Expert Committee set up by the Ministry of Agriculture. The ministry considered recommendations of this committee and recognized that use of the ‘twenty seven insecticides are likely to involve risk to human being and animals as to render it expedient or necessary to take immediate action’.

Our focus is on eliminating the human and environmental hazards caused by toxic pesticides

Agroecology practices ensures food security without harming life and environment

Early-life exposure of children to pesticides damage their mental and physiological growth

Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs) pose significant risk to human health and environmental wellbeing

The deadly pesticide endosulfan has caused innumerable health hazards to communities


Know what's in your food

Non Chemical Pest Management