20 Years of NCHRO – “National Conference on Human Rights” – Invitation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INVITATION

Dear Sir/Madam,

The National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO) cordially invites you to join us in various programmes organized as part of its twentieth anniversary celebrations. A major programme is the “National Conference on Human Rights” being held on October 28-29, 2017 at Indian Social Institute (ISI), Lodhi Road, New Delhi. This is a momentous occasion for all active in the Confederation. This gives us the opportunity to look back and reassess 20 years of struggle for human rights in our country; a moment to reflect, to learn and to plan for the future.  An opportunity to take stock of the condition of human rights in the country.

This anniversary conference will gather human rights defenders, activists, former political prisoners, courageous dissidents and victims of rights violations from all parts of the nation and they will join hands to plan action strategies for a positive social change. Some of the most prominent intellectuals and activists in the country have already agreed to attend the conference.

In connection with the 20th anniversary, NCHRO has put together a seminar series in various cities across the country exploring various aspects of the human rights. Former Supreme Court Justice, N Santosh Hegde inaugurated the Opening Seminar themed “Terror Laws & their Implications” at a ceremony on 21 May 2017 at SCMI House, Bangalore.

NCHRO is a common platform of the various groups and individuals committed to the cause of human rights in India. The necessity of strengthening human rights defenses and the need for a better coordination of the ongoing efforts in various part of the country was discussed in various meetings held at telangana and the new confederation is constituted as a humble step towards achieving the same.

We cordially invite you to attend the Conference.

Looking forward your confirmation at the earliest.

Regards

Ashoka Kumari                                                 Reny Ayline                                                Adv. A. Mohamed Yusuff
Vice-Chairperson                                             Secretary                                                       Secretary

For Contact:

Ansar Indori, State General Secretary, NCHRO Delhi Chapter. Phone: 011 – 40391642

Email: nchrodelhichapter@gmail.com

The seminar series, which already held in major cities across the country on different aspects of the human rights, was given below. 

 

SL. No. State / City Date Topic Speaker from National Exco
1 Hyderabad July 29

(Saturday)

Deep State & Democracy Prof. Marx,Chairperson

Adv. M.A. Shakeel, Exco Member

2 Bhopal July 30

(Sunday)

UAPA & Encounter Killings Adv. K.P. Mohamed Shareef,

Vice-Chairperson

Adv. Saifan Shaikh, Exco Member

3 Chennai Aug 13 (Sunday) Caste Identity &

Human Rights

Prof. A. Marx, Chairperson

Adv. Bavani Ba. Mohan,

Exco Member & State President

Ko. Sugumaran, Exco Member

4 Mumbai Aug 19 (Saturday) Corporate Regime &

Economic Life of People

Adv. K.P. Mohamed Shareef,

Vice-Chairperson

Adv. Saifan Shaikh, Exco Member

5 Pondicherry Aug 20 (Sunday) Right to Education & Food Prof. A. Marx, Chairperson

Ko. Sugumaran, Exco Member

Adv. Bavani Ba. Mohan,

Exco Member & State President

6 Calicut Sep 8 (Friday) Indian Fascism, State Atrocities & Human Rights Prof. P. Koya, General Secretary

Reny Ayline, Secretary

7 Bhubaneswar Sep 16 (Saturday) Adivasi Issues

(Postponed)

Prof. A. Marx, Chairperson

Narendra Mohanty, Treasurer

Adv. Saifan Shaikh, Exco Member

8 Kolkata Sep 17 (Sunday) Torture in Any Form

 is a Crime

Prof. A. Marx, Chairperson

Adv. Saifan Shaikh, Exco Member

9 Guwahati Sep 23 (Saturday) Citizenship &

its Discontents

Adv. K.P. Mohamed Shareef,

Vice-Chairperson

Adv. A. Mohamed Yusuff, Secretary

10 Jaipur Oct 8 (Sunday) Gender Justice Reny Ayline, Secretary

Ashoka Kumari, Vice-Chairperson

Ansar Indori, Exco Member

R.K. Ankodia (Rtd. Judge)

Exco Member & State President

 

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