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March Newsletter

by mudasser — last modified 2011-05-24 17:38

NCDHR initiatives in the month of March

 

1. NCDHR Initiatives

Dalit Watch Andra Pradesh

National Dalit Watch was evolved from the experiences of Discrimination against Dalits in the relief activities of Tsunami-affected areas in 2005 and Bihar flood-affected areas in 2007-2008. The severity of October 2009 flood, affecting 5 districts in AP has alerted the National Dalit Watch on the issues of exclusion and discrimination and the appalling situation of Dalit Rights in the flood affected area. 
The special survey, initiated from 23rd February to 2nd March 2010, is the second report of Dalit Watch AP along with the National Dalit Watch on the issue of exclusion of Dalits in the flood affected areas of Kurnool and Mahabubnagar districts in Andhra Pradesh. The  objective of this study is to monitor Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation package announced by the government, in the 80 villages of Kurnool and Mahabubnagar districts, to bring out the issues of exclusion practiced in the implementation of the same; to submit representations and petitions to all concerned authorities at the district and state levels of the individual cases of the denial of entitlement from relief and rehabilitation, either fully or partially, of the 80 villages and to create awareness about the Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation Package as per the latest amendments and GOs among the affected families, to claim their entitlement.


AIDMAM International Women’s Day in Gandhi Maidan, Patna on 8th March 2010.


All India Dalit Mahila Adhikar Manch-National Campaign for Dalit Human Rights with Nari Gunjan Patna celebrated the international Women’s Day in Gandhi Maidan, Patna on 8th March 2010.
Through the rally AIDMAM addressed the issues of Dalit Women that they are facing at National level and State level. Over 550 Dalit Women, along with several educationists, lawyers, activists, PRI leaders from different districts of Bihar and other professionals participated in the Rally and marched from Gandhi Maidan to R-Block. The focus of this non-political rally was on institutionalized discrimination, the discrimination facilitated by the concerned responsible authorities and upper echelons of society on Dalit women. To ensure Schedule Caste women rights and entitlements, the AIDMAM put forth a number of demands from the Union and States.

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