MANIPUR MUST IMMEDIATELY RELEASE STUDENTS, PROFESSORS INVOLVED IN THE MANIPUR UNIVERSITY PROTEST
Six professors and nine students of Manipur University arrested by the police should be immediately released, Amnesty International India said today. The professors and students have been arrested for a range of offences including ‘wrongful confinement’, ‘attempt to murder’, ‘kidnapping’ and ‘criminal conspiracy’.
Authorities in Kerala must ensure timely justice to the Kerala based nun for alleged sexual violence
Revealing the identity of a survivor of sexual violence is a crime under Indian law, , but to face backlash from the very community to which she has dedicated her life, is tragic. This is a blatant, and extremely unfortunate attempt, at victim naming and shaming.
Chandrashekhar Azad ‘Ravan’ is challenging the way Dalits are perceived in India. Will it make a difference?
Chandrashekhar Azad ‘Ravan’, leader of the Bhim Army was finally released from Saharanpur jail on 14 September after spending 11 months in jail without facing any charge or trial. Abhirr V.P., our senior campaigner and researcher, shares how the Bhim Army leader, is challenging the way Dalits are perceived in India and why it is important for India to support Bhim Army.
भारत में दलितों की छवि को चुनौती दे रहे हैं चंद्रशेखर आज़ाद ‘रावण’ । क्या इससे बदलाव आयेगा?
बिना किसी आरोप या सुनवाई के 11 महीने जेल काटने के बाद, आखिरकार 14 सितम्बर को चंद्रशेखर आज़ाद 'रावण' सहारनपुर जेल से रिहा किया गया । अभीर वी. पी. बताते हैं कि कैसे भीम आर्मी का यह युवा नेता भारत में दलितों की छवि को बदल रहा है और देश के लिए भीम आर्मी को समर्थन देना क्यों ज़रूरी है।
Chandrashekhar Azad’s Right To Peacefully Challenge Existing Caste Norms Must Be Respected
The release of Bhim Army leader, Chandrashekhar Azad ‘Ravan’ is a first step by the Uttar Pradesh government towards ensuring equal rights for Dalit women and men who are challenging caste-based violence and discrimination, said Amnesty International India today.
‘Our Safety, Our Rights’: Empowering children to speak up against sexual abuse
Amnesty International India is launching a new campaign ‘Our Safety, Our Rights’, which aims to create awareness amongst children to help them understand and identify sexual abuse. The campaign seeks to empower children to speak up and report sexual abuse without fear.
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