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Press Release –2nd August 2008- 5th National General Council of National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR)

The 5th National General Council of National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) held on the 1st and 2nd of August 2008 in St. Pius College Campus and Mumbai University, Kalina- Mumbai. More than 150 delegates from 15 states of India participated.

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Report on the 2nd Pressure building team organized by FJPK to respond to the attack on Dalit and Tribal Christians in Kandhamal in Orissa.

(This Report is from Mr. Vincent Manoharan, Secretary, International Advocacy, NCDHR who was part of a team of a FF Team on "the carnage in Kandhamal.”)

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Release of Dalit's Manifesto

National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights has organized a conference on March 18, 2009 at ISI (Indian Social Institute) in which all the Dalit organizations and Dalit activists has participated and released the Dalit Manifesto for upcoming Lok sabha election.

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Special Mention in Rajya Sabha:Session No 218

Shri Praveen Rashtrapal MP(Gujarat) made a Special Mention in Rajya Sabha regarding caste based discrimination.

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Report of Orientation and Training Workshop for State and District Coordinators of AIDMAM

The aim of this workshop is to equip AIDMAM team and impart training on the issues concerning Dalit women elected representatives.

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Committed at home,antagonist abroad-Sandeep Dikshit speaks via THE HINDU

Sandeep Dikshit's comments on India's stand regarding caste on international platform.

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY RALLY, 8th MARCH 2010, PATNA

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY RALLY, 8th MARCH 2010, PATNA All India Dalit Mahila Adhikar Manch-National Campaign for Dalit Human Rights with Nari Gunjan Patna celebrated international Women’s Day in Gandhi Maidan, Patna on 8th March 2010.

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Invitation to take part in the Seminar on “Effective Implementation of Special Component Plan (SCP) in Delhi Budget 2010-2011” organised jointly by NCDHR and DSSW of Delhi University.

We invite you to accept our invitation to take part in the Seminar on “Effective Implementation of Special Component Plan (SCP) in Delhi Budget 2010-2011” organised jointly by NCDHR and DSSW of Delhi University.

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NCDHR- January/February Newsletter

A brief Summary of NCDHR Initiatives in the month of January and February.

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NCDHR-January/February Newsletter

A brief Summary of NCDHR Initiatives in the month of January and February.

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Delhi-rape and murder of a minor dalit girl

Convict Deepak got life imprisonment along with 2 lakh 40 thousand rupees as fine. This amount will be given to victim's family.

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Delhi-rape and murder of a minor dalit girl

Convict Deepak got life imprisonment along with 2 lakh 40 thousand rupees as fine. This amount will be given to victim's family.

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Fact finding Team Condemns Arson, Burning of Dalits Houses and the Gruesome

by mudasser — 2010-04-28 13:33

On 24 April 2010, the National Dalit Movement for Justice (NDMJ) of National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) – and Anhad facilitated a fact-finding visit to Mirchpur in Haryana’s Hisar district where 17-year-old girl Suman and her 60-year-old father Tara Chand were burnt alive on 21 April by a Jat mob from the village that also set fire to and looted 18 Balmiki houses and looted 18 houses.

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Fact finding Team Condemns Arson, Burning of Dalits Houses and the Gruesome Killing at Mirchpur, in Haryana

On 24 April 2010, the National Dalit Movement for Justice (NDMJ) of National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) – and Anhad facilitated a fact-finding visit to Mirchpur in Haryana’s Hisar district where 17-year-old girl Suman and her 60-year-old father Tara Chand were burnt alive on 21 April by a Jat mob from the village that also set fire to and looted 18 Balmiki houses and looted 18 houses.

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Mirchpur killings: NDMJ approaches HC

National Dalit Movement for Justice filed a petition before the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

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Programme Schedule

The National Dalit Watch (NDW) of the National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) and Sphere India are co-organising the National Consultation on “Exclusion of Dalits from disaster response and risk reduction interventions: Advocacy for effective civil society monitoring, enabling policy regime and well defined state entitlements to ensure inclusion”, on the 18th and 19th of June 2010, India Habitat Center, New Delhi

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March Newsletter

NCDHR initiatives in the month of March

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March Newsletter

NCDHR initiatives in the month of March

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April Newsletter

NCDHR initiatives in the month of April

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April Newsletter

NCDHR initiatives in the month of April

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Training Need Assessment workshop organised by AIDMAM

Training Need Assessment workshop with Sarpanch and Support Group organised by AIDMAM.

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May News Letter

An account of work done by NCDHR in the month of May.

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May News Letter

An account of work done by NCDHR in the month of May.

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June News Letter

An account of work done by NCDHR in the month of June.

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June News Letter

An account of work done by NCDHR in the month of June.

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Press release on Special Component Plan

SCP Press Release, 03 Aug. 2010, Diversion of Social Sector Funds to Commonwealth Games Reveals Corruption and Financial Mismanagement

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Press release on Special Component Plan

SCP Press Release, 03 Aug. 2010, Diversion of Social Sector Funds to Commonwealth Games Reveals Corruption and Financial Mismanagement.

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PRESS RELEASE

Human Rights Activists Highlight Grave and Continuing Human Rights Impacts of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

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PRESS RELEASE

Human Rights Activists Highlight Grave and Continuing Human Rights Impacts of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

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Thane Cyclone and Brutal Caste Atrocity against Dalits in Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu states

Find here the link to a fact finding report titled Thane Cyclone and Brutal Caste Atrocity against Dalits in Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu states, conducted by Tamil Nadu based organisation, SASY (Social Awareness Society for Youths), in the wake of the Thane cyclone that hit the state in December end. This report once again brings to the forefront, the ongoing atrocities committed against Dalits, (the former ‘untouchables’) even in the backdrop of natural calamities.

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Thane cyclone social audit-Tamil Nadu

Find linked here the Press releases of Thane Social Audit, conducted by National Dalit Watch of NCDHR, which re-confirms the same tragic state of affairs for Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry, as established conclusively by experiences of past disasters (the Gujarat earthquake (2001), the Tsunami (2004), and the Bihar floods (2007&2008), AP& Karnataka floods (2009), Assam floods (2010&2011) and Orissa floods (2011) ) that disasters magnify the existing caste based discrimination, leading to extreme forms of exclusion, thus exacerbating their vulnerability manifold.

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Press Release ,New Delhi, September 1, 2010

Home Minister’s Admission of Diversion of Welfare Funds for Dalits in Delhi to Commonwealth Games Welcomed; Need for Investigation and Prosecution of Guilty Officials.

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Press Release ,New Delhi, September 1, 2010

Home Minister’s Admission of Diversion of Welfare Funds for Dalits in Delhi to Commonwealth Games Welcomed; Need for Investigation and Prosecution of Guilty Officials.

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Press Release ,New Delhi, September 1, 2010

Home Minister’s Admission of Diversion of Welfare Funds for Dalits in Delhi to Commonwealth Games Welcomed; Need for Investigation and Prosecution of Guilty Officials.

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Report Card

A report of 20 Years-Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes(Preventation of Atrocities) Act.

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National Consultation

Exclusion of Dalits from disaster response and risk reduction interventions: Advocacy for effective civil society monitoring

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Dalit Women, Dalit Community Leaders & Human Rights Defenders' Consultation with the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders

Ms. Margret Sekaggya, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, arrived in India on her official visit from 10 – 21 January 2011. During this visit, she interacted with Dalit Human Rights Defenders, which was coordinated by National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) on 15 January.

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Dalit Women, Dalit Community Leaders & Human Rights Defenders' Consultation with UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders

Ms. Margret Sekaggya, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders arrived in India on her official visit from 10 – 21 January 2011. NCDHR coordinated the deposition of Dalit Human Rights Defenders for her, who testified their agonies and harassment at the hands of authorities and dominant castes for protecting dalit human rights.

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Compendium on the Interventions of National Dalit Watch from October ’09-March ’11

The compendium on Interventions of National Dalit Watch from October ’09-March ’11 encapsulates the journey of NDW so far and what it strives to achieve in future, with the vision and mission to achieve a truly 'inclusive' disaster risk reduction and relief and rehabilitation (DRR-RR) in the country. The report is a glimpse of all actions, reactions on inclusion monitoring work done in the flood prone states of Bihar, Karnataka, Assam and Andhra Pradesh, from the time of NDW's conception and formal institution, and the ongoing efforts to bring the attention of humanitarian agencies and the government to the issue.

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The first global assembly for Budget Transparency, Accountability & Participation, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

On 18 November 2011 in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, nearly 100 civil society groups from as many countries including CBGA, NCDHR and 12 international organizations, like the International Budget Partnership, Greenpeace, and the ONE Campaign, will launch a global effort to make public budgets transparent, participatory, and accountable.

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Thane Cyclone and Brutal Caste Atrocity against Dalits in Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu states

Find here the a fact finding report titled Thane Cyclone and Brutal Caste Atrocity against Dalits in Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu states, conducted by Tamil Nadu based organisation, SASY (Social Awareness Society for Youths), in the wake of the Thane cyclone that hit the state in December end. This report once again brings to the forefront, the ongoing atrocities committed against Dalits, (the former ‘untouchables’) even in the backdrop of natural calamities.

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Thane cyclone social audit-Tamil Nadu

Find here the Press release of Thane Social Audit, (Press Release 2 ) conducted by National Dalit Watch of NCDHR, which re-confirms the same tragic state of affairs for Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry, as established conclusively by experiences of past disasters (the Gujarat earthquake (2001), the Tsunami (2004), and the Bihar floods (2007&2008), AP& Karnataka floods (2009), Assam floods (2010&2011) and Orissa floods (2011) ) that disasters magnify the existing caste based discrimination, leading to extreme forms of exclusion, thus exacerbating their vulnerability manifold.

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Fact Finding report-Gang rape of Dalit girl by dominant caste youth, Haryana, 4 October 2012

On 1st October 2012, National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) facilitated a fact finding visit to Dabra Village of Hisar District in Haryana, where a Dalit man committed suicide after his minor girl was gang raped by the dominant caste youths. The same was released at a Press meet to the media.

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NCDHR Annual Newsletter 2012

A year of campaigns and process initiations

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Media Coverage

by ragini — 2013-05-30 15:26

 

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SC/ST Youth consultation on Educational Rights and Entitlements

(Ambedkar hostel, Nawada ,Bihar, from 2013-05-31 10:30 to 2013-06-05 04:00)

 

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Round Table discussion with Political Party Leaders

On 3rd Dec., 2013 Round Table discussion with Political Party Leaders at Constitution Club, New Delhi.

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Statement of Voluntary Commitments of Civil Society Organizations for the 6th Asia Ministerial Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction Bangkok, Thailand

Statement of Voluntary Commitments of Civil Society Organizations for the 6th Asia Ministerial Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction 22- 26 June 2014 Bangkok, Thailand The CSO Task Force is a group of civil society organizations in Asia that includes networks, international NGOs, national NGOs and grassroots organizations. The main objective of this group is to convene and advocate of behalf of member organizations in the ISDR Asia Partnership and in events such as the AMCDRR. The Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network (ADRRN) currently leads the CSO Task Force. For developing joint positions on pressing issues in the region, the task force conducts periodic review processes on the commitments made in AMCDRR and other important events, carries out annual community resilience surveys, and publishes action research.

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