PublicationsUp one level
DAAA-NCDHR has studied publicly available budget documents to place before you the current scenario of budgets, both at the Union level and in the 15 states(AP, Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, MP, Maharashtra, Odisha, Rajasthan, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal) across the country, this is taking into account four categories if budgets: allocated amounts, notional or paper allocations, targeted amounts and quality of schemes that directly impact the community.
NCDHR’s primary target groups are the socially excluded and caste discriminated communities, across the 19 states with a growing need for social inclusion, the focus of the organisation is to ensure the benefi ts of programmes reach the poorest of the poor.
Scheduled Caste Sub-Plan-Tribal Sub-Plan (henceforth SCSP-TSP) was introduced towards development of the SC/ST through targeted budgeting for their overall development. Under SCP/TSP, the Central Government and State Government need to allocate development (plan) fund in proportion to their population. This fund is to be utilised by the government towards the development and welfare of Dalit and Adivasi communities.
Swadhikar Annual Report 2015 -16
JOINT STAKEHOLDERS’ REPORT ON CASTE BASED DISCRIMINATION IN INDIA 27th Session of the Universal Periodic Review of the UN Human Rights Council – India (III UPR Cycle- May 2017) Submitted by National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR)
Take adequate measures to guarantee and monitor the effective implementation of the Prevention of Atrocities Act, providing legal means for an increased protection of vulnerable groups like the Dalit, including the access to legal remedies for affected persons (Germany); Source of position: A/HRC/21/10 - Para. 138
“Equality in Aid – Addressing Caste Discrimination in Humanitarian Response” is an outcome of an EUfunded initiative by the International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN). The report presents recommendations and specific guidelines to humanitarian stakeholders on how to prevent caste discrimination in disaster risk reduction and response. It draws on the findings and recommendations from “Addressing Caste Discrimination in Humanitarian Response” – a comprehensive case study by National Dalit Watch-National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights and partnering organisations in India in 2012.
LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND- INCLUSION OF DALITS AND MARGINALISED SECTIONS IN SENDAI FRAMEWORK OF ACTION 2015-2030
While South Asia is being touted to be fast growing economy by the World Bank’s recent estimates, as second to East Asia and the Pacific, the vulnerability of the region to natural disasters like flood, cyclone, and landslides calls for immediate attention by humanitarian stakeholders and policy makers. More than 50 percent of the population in the region were affected by at least one natural disaster, leaving almost 230,000 deaths and about US$45 billion in damages during the period of between 1990 and 2008. A rigorous compilation and analyses of disaster data during the year 2011 demonstrated that the South Asia had experienced climate change induced hydro-meteorological and geophysical natural disasters (Flood, coastal floods, mass movement and Earthquake) . The areas and populations that face the highest risk from natural disasters are located in Bangladesh and Nepal. However, number of events in 1990 – 2011 in India alone are recorded to be 320, killing 5538.4 and affecting 91, 53, 10,733 per year.
Union Budget 2017 - 18 was released on February 1st 2017, introduces two important elements that have deep impact on the developmental needs and aspirations on the Dalit and Adivasi community.
दलित आदिवासी बजट विशलेषण २०१७ – १८