The NRG operates at both the grassroots, and national levels. NRG conducts studies and research, creates platforms for dialogues about its findings with decision-makers and stakeholders; and shares findings through workshops, mass media, and online. Additionally, the NRG acts as a mediator who takes the issues and problems seemingly intractable at the grassroots to discuss with policy makers, government leaders, the donor community, and other stakeholders at the national, regional, and international levels. NRG also plays an important role in state and investor compliance withregulations and laws related to Social Land Concessions (SLCs), Economic Land Concessions (ELCs), land rights, and right to access natural resources, especially for women, and marginalized groups such as ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and those from the LGBTI community. At the grassroots level, NRG works to change the behavior of the public officers in order to increase transparency, accountability, timely democratic public service delivery. NRG targets four provinces including Banteay Meanchey, Pursat, Kompong Chnang, and Svay Rieng. This program is financially supported by Forum Syd, a Swedish Agency.