top of page

The Meal

a virtual, international meal to support Jai Jagat’s vision of global and local Justice and Peace.


About the Event

The Meal is an annual gathering in Geneva to raise money for community agricultural projects all over the world. This year they focus on Jai Jagat, a year-long walk from Delhi to Geneva to campaign for Justice and Peace, social equality and climate justice. The walk was halted in Armenia in March due to the COVID-19 restrictions and it will resume when once the prevailing conditions change.


In the meanwhile, the organisers of Jai Jagat are addressing the devastating effects of COVID-19 in rural India. Funds raised from this virtual meal will support their activities with displaced migrant workers across India, organising Food Relief, building Accommodation and developing Livelihoods, and include a 25% contribution towards the work of the UK support group, Jai Jagat 2020 UK.


Join us, wherever you are, whoever you are with, in a meal of solidarity with people who have been so severely affected by the Indian government's response to the COVID-19 crisis and make a contribution on (Just Giving page)


With your free ticket, you get a pack of goodies: information about where your money is going; recipes from Madras Café's new Cookbook; a link to songs about Peace from around the world, and the knowledge that you have made your contribution to relieving some of the stress on rural communities and helping people to collaborate in making a future for themselves.


See more about Jai Jagat 2020 on, the UK support group on and Action Village India on

You may also like...

Monique Truong.jpeg

Saturday 25th July, 19:00-20:00

Join us for our first (and very exciting) live Book Club with the brilliant and extremely talented author, Monique Truong, who will be joining us to discuss her first novel, ‘The Book of Salt.'

Manjoor Jhali.jpeg

Saturday 25th July, 13:30-14:30

Tales of the Tribe: Storytelling from tribal India

Story telling from tribal India, introduced by Tara Douglas.


Saturday 25th July, 10:30-11:30

Change Kitchen: Cooking and Campaigning for Food Justice

Birgit Kehrer talks about the philosophy and practices of ChangeKitchen, her social enterprise company in Birmingham, UK.

bottom of page