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UN: a resounding call for Human Rights based governance post-2015

  Just Governance: A critical cornerstone for an equitable and human rights-centered sustainable development agenda post-2015,  Global Thematic Consultation on Governance and the Post-2015 Development Framework, Feb 2013   [excerpts from the executive summary]   Just governance is defined by six key,… Continue Reading →

UN Survey on women Make your voice heard #Vaw #Womenrights #Gender #Justice #1billionrising

Civil Society Section Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights  Survey on discrimination against women in economic and social life  Make your voice heard   Dear all, the Working Group on Discrimination against Women invites you to contribute… Continue Reading →

Jury Recommendations: PEOPLE’S HEARING ON FABRICATED CASES #mustread

  PEOPLE’S HEARING ON FABRICATED CASES September 28-29, Constitution Club of India, New Delhi JURY RECOMMENDATIONS The role of the Indian state in fabricating cases of sedition and terrorism to implicate tens of thousands of innocent citizens across India has… Continue Reading →

Jury Recommendations: PEOPLE’S HEARING ON FABRICATED CASES #mustread

  PEOPLE’S HEARING ON FABRICATED CASES September 28-29, Constitution Club of India, New Delhi JURY RECOMMENDATIONS The role of the Indian state in fabricating cases of sedition and terrorism to implicate tens of thousands of innocent citizens across India has… Continue Reading →

Appeal for support–Anti Nuke Activist in Coma

by Kamayani Bali Mahabal on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 My friend and anti nuke activist Satish ( 31) , was found unconscious on 11th may , at vasai rd highway and has been in coma since then.He ahs got 2 blood clots… Continue Reading →

Pakistani human rights activist asks govt to reveal identities of Indian Prisoners of War

Yudhvir Rana, TNN | Apr 23, 2012, 07.03PM IST AMRITSAR: Pakistan’s former Federal Minister for Human Rights, Ansar Burney has asked Pakistan to reveal the identities of Indian Prisoners of War (PoW) who had died in its custody. The Human Rights Activist has argued… Continue Reading →

Appeal for a Peoples Paper- ” Janta Ka Aaina”

Dear all, Many of you probably know or know of advocate Shakil Ahmed and his work. For those who don’t, Shakil is a human rights activist and secretary of Nirbhay Bano Andolan (NBA), a group that has been working towards… Continue Reading →

Hunger strike only option to get basic human rights in Prison– Arun Ferreira

Arun Ferriera who spent four years in prison shares his experinces of torture and struggle for human rights inside prison. He was speaking at the  Human Rights Education Seminar, at St Pius College, organised by the South Asian Human righst education… Continue Reading →

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