Unity is strength...
Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Campaign, Report
Almost seven decades ago while fighting for India’s freedom Gandhiji was seeking political reconciliation between Indians and Britishers, religious reconciliation between Hindus and Muslims and social reconciliation between upper caste and dalits. Post Independence we lost the plot and Indian state failed to decentralize political discourse and reconciliation. For reconciliation to happen in the family or the nation, responsibility may need to replace blame; a readiness to understand may need to become more important than the longing to be understood. We may fail, even as Gandhi failed with his son; but perhaps we should try, even as Gandhi tried.Read more...
An Open letter Prime Minister of India
Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Basic Rights, Campaign
The preamble of the Indian constitution read as, ‘WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA’… further grand themes like JUSTICE, LIBERY AND EQUALITY of status has been highlighted with utmost care. Further ‘DIGNITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL’ has been asserted. The tone of the preamble sets the ethical and legal framework to create an atmosphere in the country where all human being can live with their realized potential and dignity. However, reality is appalling. Justice is elusive (inaccessible, long delays, corruption, political influence) to the majority of the downtrodden and untouchables. Liberty (freedom of expression) is at stake, such as:Read more...
Historical interim order of NHRC in field of child right
Basic Rights, Campaign, Child Centric Model Block, Child Participation Initiative
Therefore, the Commission asks the Government of Uttar Pradesh through its Chief Secretary to pay Rs. 3 Lakhs as compensation to the victim. The compensation amount be kept in a Nationalized Bank as fixed deposit in the child's account under guardianship of a responsible government official. The Principal & accrued interest will be given to the victim when he becomes a major. A copy of the FD bearing an acknowledgement of the victim child is expected in the Commission within eight weeks. The Commission should also be informed whether adequate arrangements have been made by the Government regarding upbringing including vocational education of the orphan deaf & dumb child. A copy of these proceedings also be sent to the complainant for his information.Read more...
Open Letter to the Government of South Asian Countries
Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Campaign
Government of India,
Government of Pakistan
Government of Bangladesh
Government of Bhutan
Government of Sri Lanka
Government of Nepal
Government of Maldives
I want to bring in your kind attention towards the attack happening with minorities in south Asian Country and every day we are looking in the newspaper/news channel.
On this serious concern Asian Association for Communal Harmony (ACHA) had launched signature campaign[i] with the given below pledge:
I will not intentionally use my hands or my words to harm anyone
I will treat my sister and daughter with at least as much love and respect as I treat my brothers and sons.
I will treat all my neighbours as deserving of my respect, regardless of their class, caste, sect or religion and
I will practice environment –friendly practices in my daily life.
It is an appeal to the all Government in South Asia to provide security to minorities and promoting human dignity, reconciliation, tolerance and a free and peaceful society.
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