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Fact Finding Mission "Two Dalit Families severely beaten up and forced to leave the village in Orrisa".
The National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) has received information that two Dalit families were forced to flee their village in Puri District , in India.
Demanding Justice to the 10 Nats – Dalit Victims who have been massacred on 13th Sept 07 in Dhelpruva Village of Vaishali District by uppercaste people.
A National consultation conducted joinltly by NCDHR and NHRC on 3rd and 4th of Dec. at NewDelhi.
Dear Friends, Jai Bheem, As you all know Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989 received assent of the President of India on 11th September 1989 and this year is its 20th anniversary.
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. The fact-finding team comprised Shabnam Hashmi, Member, National Integration Council; Bhasha Singh, senior journalist with Nai Duniya; Umakant, human rights activist; S. Anand, journalist and publisher of Navayana; Mansi Sharma of Anhad (Act Now for Harmony and Democracy); Jai Singh, Dalit Dasta Virodhi Andolan, Phillaur; and Dr. Sirivella Prasad, Mudasser Ahmed, Ashim Boral and Abirami of NCDHR-NDMJ.
National Dalit Movement for Justice filed a petition before the Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Copy of SC & ST PoA Act DHRD monitoring calendar.
NCDHR conducted an extensive survey in 11 districts among the total 19 affected by flood in Bihar and brought out a Dalit Watch Report .
NCDHR-NDMJ, in order to monitor political rights of Dalits, initiated the National Dalit Election Watch (NDEW) to diligently watch the elections in order to identify and report to the authorities concerned, such impediments to the free and fair exercise of franchise of Dalit communities, so that they can vote without fear of threat, intimidation and violence.
Exclusion of Dalits-Disaster Risk Reduction intervention- Effective civil society Monitoring.
'Exclusion of Dalits - Disaster Risk Reduction interventions - Effective civil society Monitoring'
A two-day consultation was jointly organized by NCDHR, Indian Confederation of Indigenous and Tribal People and National Coalition for Strengthening SCs & STs (PoA) Act (NCSPA). The objective was to strengthen the SCs & STs (PoA) Act and Tribal Sub Plan.