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Indian activist: Benedict XVI's peace message an invitation to be welcomed with hope and courage


"In his message - says Raghuvanshi - the Holy Father correlated peace with the gap between rich and poor. Peace without justice is a symptom of a culture of silence and impunity." This, he explains, "means that we need to support the countries and peoples in need. What is the message of Jesus, why was he born into a poor family? In order to bring dignity to the poorest. Nobody is excluded from the grace and dignity conferred by the glory of God, the gap between rich and poor is not democratic "and" is generating conflicts around the world. "


Sharing about UPR on India and PVCHR

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Campaign

UPR report on India for further advocacy


Varanasi weaer at famous website


Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi , Aftab Alam and PVCHR members, Dr. G N Srivastava, Dr. Reyaz Ahmed Ansari

DOTS Center in Shiv Prasad Gupt Hospital, Kabir Chaura, Varanasi.

The Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU (Banaras Hindu University)

Maulana Azad Bunkar (Weavers) Hospital, Varanasi

Dr. Ajay Gautam of Naidu Hospital, Lohta, Varanasi

Salute to all survivors of rape

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative

PVCHR and Savitri Bai Phule Women Forum (SWF) held a condolence meeting for deceased girl and died other rape survivors  near the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Kachahari, Varanasi.It is support of all survivors from Kashmir to Manipur. PVCHR and SWF expressed that rape is by product of mind set of patriarchal and caste based feudal system. Shruti says,"Highest number of rape victims and victims of sexual violence came from Dalit and minority communities. With out elimination of patriarchal and caste based feudal system,judicial and police reforms, control of  sexual crime against women are just a dream with out reality."



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