A CRIME COMMITTED AGAINST A DALIT EVERY 18 MINUTE | 6 DALITS KIDNAPPED OR ABDUCTED EVERY WEEK | 3 DALIT WOMEN RAPED EVERY DAY | 13 DALITS MURDERED EVERY WEEK | 27 ATROCITIES AGAINST DALITS EVERY DAY
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Key Activities by bhairab — last modified 2011-08-24 14:29
 
NCDHR-National Dalit Watch by mudasser — last modified 2010-03-31 14:10
For a Morsel of Life... A Dalit Watch report on the Flood Relief Camps in Bihar 2008
Status report- Bihar Flood 2007 by mudasser — last modified 2010-03-31 14:13
The Affected and the Relief & Rehabilitation
For a Morsel of Life... Bihar Relief Camp report 2008 by mudasser — last modified 2010-06-09 16:34
 
STATUS OF IMPLIMENTATION OF CALAMITY RELIEF FUND IN SC VILLAGES OF DHAKUAKHANA BLOCK OF LAKHIPMUR DISTRICT (ASSAM) DURING FLOOD AND POST FLOOD-2008/09 by mudasser — last modified 2010-06-09 17:08
 
Survey of post-flood situation of Dalit victims,access to relief and rehabilitation in Andhra Pradesh-2009-10 by mudasser — last modified 2010-06-09 17:13
 
National Consultation by mudassar — last modified 2010-11-30 11:37
Exclusion of Dalits-Disaster Risk Reduction intervention- Effective civil society Monitoring.
The Excluded in Relief and Rehabilitation by mudassar — last modified 2011-08-24 14:21
Survey of post-flood situation of Dalit victims’ access to relief and rehabilitation in Andhra Pradesh floods of 2009, commissioned by National Dalit Watch & Dalit Watch-Andhra Pradesh, India
Stigmatization of Dalits in Access to Water and Sanitation in India by mudassar — last modified 2013-02-17 20:06
*This submission was made by Hannah Johns at the Human Rights Council in September2012 The UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, Ms. Catarina de Albuqueque has multiple times shown that she is committed to addressing discrimination against Dalits and the situation of sanitation workers, including manual scavengers, in connection with her mandate. Two recent developments show this commitment: a call for input to a thematic study on stigmatization in access to water and sanitation, and the publication of a book on good practices (based on last year’s thematic study). IDSN and members have been involved in both processes, where there is a clear focus on Dalits and the consequences of caste discrimination. Hannah from NCDHR prepared a submission on the stigmatization of Dalits in India (see link below). The issue of stigmatization was discussed in the Human Rights Council in September, where Ms. de Albuqueque presented her report on the stigma experienced by many vulnerable and excluded groups, including Dalits.
Privatization and Its impact on Access to Water Resources by mudassar — last modified 2013-02-17 20:07
Climate Change and alterations have deep impact on natural resources, and one which has direct impact is water resources. Water availability, supply and therefore, accessibility to water can have drastic change due to this phenomenon. These changes will have far reaching effects on the day to day life of vulnerable and marginalized communities. In order to ensure the equitable distribution of resources among everyone, governments have a huge role to play. But in present days, privatization of resources is a big threat, especially resources like Water, which is so fundamental to right to life. The increasing trend in governments, pro privatization policy is something to be worried about.
Advert.ppt by admin — last modified 2015-07-15 17:06
 
Understanding Budget and Budgetary Advocacy- Application Form.docx by admin — last modified 2015-07-15 17:08
 
Invite for the workshop 1-3 Aug.docx by admin — last modified 2015-07-15 17:11
 
Training on Budget and Advocacy 1-3, August 2015, New Delhi by admin — last modified 2015-07-16 15:15
NCDHR is organizing a three-day training on ‘Understanding Budgets and Budgetary Advocacy’ from August 1st to August 3rd at YMCA, New Delhi. The training is open to Social activists working on several thematic issues. The training is designed to provide an in-depth understanding on budget and budgetary advocacy.
Govt doesn’t allocate plan outlays for dalits, adivasis by sapna — last modified 2015-10-29 13:08
NEW DELHI: All governments till now, including the present one, have promised that they will do their utmost to uplift dalits and adivasis who make up about 24% of India's population and generally occupy the lowest rung of the social and economic hierarchy. One way of fulfilling this eternal promise has been the system of specially earmarking funds from the Five Year Plan outlays for dalits and adivasis.
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