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Human Rights From The Dalits Prospectives

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ISBN: 9788121208765    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2011     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 382        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Dr. Henry Thiagaraj, founded the Dalit Liberation Education Trust in 1985 and promoted the activities of Human Rights Education Movement of India. Working in the UN on a student...Read more
Description About The Author:- Dr. Henry Thiagaraj, founded the Dalit Liberation Education Trust in 1985 and promoted the activities of Human Rights Education Movement of India. Working in the UN on a student fellowship as early as 1958-59 he continued to express his commitment to the Rights of the Dalits, participating in the UN Human Rights Commission meetings held in Geneva. Dr. Thiagaraj's unique contribution issues and presenting them in the paradigm of Human Rights. Dr. Thiagaraj is committed to prevent societal violence through educational programmes. The multipurpose Training Centre for Dalit youth he has established in the River Palar Delta Region, near Chennai provides training skills in nursing and offers educational programmes, integrating Human Rights with sustainable human development, preparing the young people to become community organizers and leaders to face the challenges of 21st Century.Contents:- Foreword • Commendation • Preface • List of Contributors • International Law and the Dalits in India • Human Rights as Dynamic Process: The Case of India's Untouchables • Human Rights Violations and the Dalits • Untouchability in Contemporary India Worse than Apartheid • The Caste System and Human Rights Violation • Human Rights Status of the Dalits • President of India - Speaks to the Nation • Economic Equality Ensures Equality for Dalits in India Society • Dalit Discrimination and the India Constitutional Provisions • National Human Rights Commissions's Deep Concern on Atrocities Against Scheduled Castes • Violence: the Social Edifice • Judiciary - Leat Honest and Least Accountable • Legal Education for People • Society Scenario in Contemporary India • Christian Solidarity with National Dalit Movement • The Dalit Question: Search for a Human Future • The Law Against Atrocities • Non-Governmental Organizations and the United Nations System • Dalits at Durban - World Conference Against Racism • Human Rights Education for Prevention of Violence • Human Rights Education - India's Heritage • Human Rights in Education and the Schooling of Dalit Children • Education for Liberation of Dalits • International Educational Encounters with Dalit People • Christian Perspective of Human Rights and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. • Human Rights Education for Social Transformation • Annexures • Poster-I • Poster-II • People of India • Oppression of Women in Indian Society • The Bhopal Declaration • Comments on Bhopal Declaration • United Nations Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities • Memorandum Presented to Ms. Mary Robinson • Human Rights Day - 10 December 2005 • Human Rights Day 10 December 2006 • Dalits Break Through UN Wall of Silence on Caste Discrimination • United Nations Human Rights Sub-Commission Resolution E/CN.4/Sub.2/2004/L.8 • United Nations and the Eliminatioin of Racism and Racial Discrimination • Human Rights Education • The Declaration af a Global Ethic • Poster-III • Poster-IV • Index.About The Book:- "Human Rights From The Dalit Perspective" Portrays The Efforts Taken To Bring The Dalit Discrimination Issues Under The Purview Of Human Rights Since 1985. India Has Played A Leading Role In The United Nations Human Rights Commission Activities And Meetings And For The Abolition Of Human Rights Paradigm Is Therefore Appropriate And Relevant To Deal With Dalit Discrimination Issues To End The Violence Based On Caste Discrimination, Which Is Confronting Our People. In Order To Make India Truly A Progressive Nation In The World And To Achieve The Goal Of The New Millennium Of Discrimination. The Collection Of Articles On Human Rights For Dalits Will Be Good Source Material For Both The Academia And The Activists., About The Author:- Dr. Henry Thiagaraj, Founded The Dalit Liberation Education Trust In 1985 And Promoted The Activities Of Human Rights Education Movement Of India. Working In The Un On A Student Fellowship As Early As 1958-59 He Continued To Express His Commitment To The Rights Of The Dalits, Participating In The Un Human Rights Commission Meetings Held In Geneva. Dr. Thiagaraj'S Unique Contribution Issues And Presenting Them In The Paradigm Of Human Rights. Dr. Thiagaraj Is Committed To Prevent Societal Violence Through Educational Programmes. The Multipurpose Training Centre For Dalit Youth He Has Established In The River Palar Delta Region, Near Chennai Provides Training Skills In Nursing And Offers Educational Programmes, Integrating Human Rights With Sustainable Human Development, Preparing The Young People To Become Community Organizers And Leaders To Face The Challenges Of 21St Century., Content:- Foreword • Commendation • Preface • List Of Contributors • International Law And The Dalits In India • Human Rights As Dynamic Process: The Case Of India'S Untouchables • Human Rights Violations And The Dalits • Untouchability In Contemporary India Worse Than Apartheid • The Caste System And Human Rights Violation • Human Rights Status Of The Dalits • President Of India - Speaks To The Nation • Economic Equality Ensures Equality For Dalits In India Society • Dalit Discrimination And The India Constitutional Provisions • National Human Rights Commissions'S Deep Concern On Atrocities Against Scheduled Castes • Violence: The Social Edifice • Judiciary - Leat Honest And Least Accountable • Legal Education For People • Society Scenario In Contemporary India • Christian Solidarity With National Dalit Movement • The Dalit Question: Search For A Human Future • The Law Against Atrocities • Non-Governmental Organizations And The United Nations System • Dalits At Durban - World Conference Against Racism • Human Rights Education For Prevention Of Violence • Human Rights Education - India'S Heritage • Human Rights In Education And The Schooling Of Dalit Children • Education For Liberation Of Dalits • International Educational Encounters With Dalit People • Christian Perspective Of Human Rights And Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. • Human Rights Education For Social Transformation • Annexures • Poster-I • Poster-Ii • People Of India • Oppression Of Women In Indian Society • The Bhopal Declaration • Comments On Bhopal Declaration • United Nations Sub-Commission On Prevention Of Discrimination And Protection Of Minorities • Memorandum Presented To Ms. Mary Robinson • Human Rights Day - 10 December 2005 • Human Rights Day 10 December 2006 • Dalits Break Through Un Wall Of Silence On Caste Discrimination • United Nations Human Rights Sub-Commission Resolution E/Cn.4/Sub.2/2004/L.8 • United Nations And The Eliminatioin Of Racism And Racial Discrimination • Human Rights Education • The Declaration Af A Global Ethic • Poster-Iii • Poster-Iv • Index.
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