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This report stresses on the need for a contextual analysis of problems faced by women of minority and indigenous groups. It argues that such analysis facilitates designing effective policies and programmes to address the issue of human rights violat
Acting upon reports of a fresh wave of farmers’ suicide in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, the National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to these three states, seeking reports.
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) will complete 18 years of its existence next month but 15 states and union territories are still to set up State Human Right Commissions (SHRC) or fill up vacancies of members and chairpersons.
Lady Shri Ram College for Women and Heinrich Boll Foundation are organising the conference to examine global financial crisis and its implications on peoples’ rights and human security in South Asia.
This annual report explores the development and rights of children, aged 10 to 19, across the world. It includes a panel story as well as case studies from India.
Orissa administration decided to ban children’s participation in the anti-Posco protests as it has brought criticisms from human rights organisations. The government has also accused the anti-Posco movement of using children and women as human shie
The implementation of the Forest Rights Act 2005, should not ignore the recognition of community rights. It's implementation should be further strengthened with support from other schemes and efforts for tribal development.
Anti human trafficking [Working Paper]
This compendium highlights the best initiatives of collaboration between NGOs and other stakeholders in combating trafficking focusing on aspects such as Prevention, Protection (including rehabilitation, repatriation and restoration) and Prosecution.
Akshayapatra has partnered with the Government of India to implement Mid-Day Meal Scheme, world's largest school lunch programme.
The report examines the global challenges faced by teenagers, and highlights dangers posed by emerging trends like climate change and explosive urbanization. It advocates that investing in the world’s adolescents can break the cycle of poverty.

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