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Mukundan C Menon Award to Suresh Khairnar PDF Print E-mail
Menon Papers

alt21 December 2016 Kozhikode:  Shri Suresh Khairnar, veteran commentator and rights activists from Nagpur has been selected for Mukundan C Menon Award 2016 instituted, by NCHRO in memory of late Mukundan C Menon, the noted journalist and human rights activists who died in 2005. He was the first General Secretary of the Confederation.

 

The jury made up of Prof. A Marx (Chennai),  Dr. J Devika (Thiruvananthapuram),  N.P Chekkutty (Kozhikode), Prof. N. Saibaba (Delhi),  Adv. K.P Muhammed Shareef (Manjeri),  Manisha Sethi (Delhi),  Adv. Shabana Khan (Mumbai) and E.Abubacker (Kozhikode) selected Shri Khairnar from among many nominations received from different parts of the country.

 

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NCHRO Participated in Protest against genocide in Syria PDF Print E-mail
World Peace

altPress Release /New Delhi 16 December : National Confederation of Human Rights Organisation (NCHRO) participated in the protest jointly organized by Concerned Indian Citizen in front of Syrian embassy in New Delhi against the ongoing genocide of Syrian people by the dictator Basharul Assad and his allies Iran, Russia.

Delhi state NCHRO convener Ansar Indori said in protest that the Indian government should immediately break all diplomatic relation with Syria and call back the ambassador from Syria and return the Syrian Ambassador from India. He also said that the reports coming from Aleppo those pro-government forces had executed civilians on including women and children. This is a crime against humanity. They are punishing Syrian people only because people stood up against a brutal dictatorship and demanded democracy.

Participants raise slogans against Bashar Al Assad and his government. Participants said that if genocide did not stop we would hold larger protests and rallies in future.

Various organizations participated in the protest

 
Peoples' Tribunal on Innocent Acquitted PDF Print E-mail
StateViolations

The Innocence Network held its first Peoples' Tribunal on Innocent Acquitted. Chaired by former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court A P Shah. The report of the Jury was released this Saturday(10-Dec-2016).

 

Complete Report can be seen here:

http://nchro.org/images/ebooks/juryreport.pdf

 

 
NCHRO Seminar, Marking International Human Rights Day PDF Print E-mail
NCHRO Kerala
altTo mark the  International Human Rights Day, NCHRO Kerala Chapter  held a Seminar at  Jawahar auditorium, Kannur on Saturday, December 10th, at 4:00pm.
The seminar began by NCHRO Exco Member Sharafudheen MK delivering the welcome speech. The event was chaired by Vilayodi Shivankutty, NCHRO Kerala Chapter President.
Prof K. Y. Ratnam, Dept of Political Science, University of Hyderabad, delivered the keynote address.  He emphasized that the narrow political and state interests have been undermining rule of law and human rights. Police forces maintain unpopular state power that is the regime poilicing , we really need standards and principles of democratic policing , he added.
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Release of Bhopal Encounter Fact Finding Report PDF Print E-mail
StateViolations

A fact finding report on the recent alleged encounter of SIMI activists near Bhopal was released today, Tuesday 29th November 2016, at the Press Club of India in New Delhi.

altThe Bhopal jailbreak and encounter had taken place on 31stOctober 2016.

The report raises many questions regarding the encounter, which were also highlighted in the program that marked the release.

Vipul Kumar of Quill Foundation, and Ansar Indori of NCHRO, who were both part of the Fact Finding Team (FFT), spoke at the event. The press conference was also addressed by Manisha Sethi of JTSA, Adv Sarim Naved and noted legal scholar Usha Ramanathan.

Some of the main issues highlighted by them were:-

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