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Workshop and Report Release on Human Rights in a Conflict Situation

12-14 October 2006

The programme started at 10 A.M. with Mr. Rajesh Singh Sisodia welcoming the participants on behalf of both PAIRVI and Nange Paon. He took it further by giving a general overview of the Human Rights situation in the State of Chhattisgarh. He explained about the conflict situation in the State and then went on to Introduce Mr. Aungshem, a trainer on LCP i.e. Local Capacity for peace Programme, who had been especially called from Manipur to give the participants a training on dealing with situations in conflict areas with the aid of the LCP framework. With this he handed over the Session to Mr. Aung Shem for a providing the participants with a detailed schedule of the Workshop.
 

Workshop on Human Rights in Madhya Pradesh

11th and 12th September, 2006

Around forty eight people from areas all over the State like Morena, Bundelkhand, Rewa, Shahadol, Seoni, Sidhi Maharajpur, Gwalior ,etc, the chief guest, Mr. Ajay Khare, inaugurated the workshop and spoke generally on the meaning of human rights. He went on to elaborate it that though the nomenclature may have come to the knowledge of the masses quite recently but the fight for it has a history which is very old like the time when the tribal king of Buxur was slaughtered on some petty pretext with the government just being a mute observer to the whole fiasco. He further said that any struggle for respect or dignity or for that matter even distinctiveness is an agitation against the infringement of human rights.

State Consultation on Dalits Right to Food and Livelihood

Pairvi organized a state consultation on dalits right to food and livelihood in Uttar Pradesh, which brought out startling facts related to discrimination against dalits in TPDS, NREGA, MDM, ICDS and other such programmes. Refusal of state to acknowledge and register discrimination against dalits under SC/ST Prevention of Atrocity Act, was brought to the notice by a number of participants. Dalits have also been discriminated in provisioning of all ESC rights.
 

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