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Monday, July 26, 2010
Chanda 15 years old girls. She is leading Munshi Prem Chandra Bal Panchayt along with other two girls Pooja and Jyoti in urban slum Baghwanala in Varanasi district. These girls protest against the child marriage through street play and now days child marriage is prevented in Baghwanala. This area is developed as a model slum with 100 percent birth registration, vaccination, education to the children.
The children of Munshi Prem Chandra Bal Panchayat are in exchange as friends and via project with student from the Roentgen – High School, Remscheid, Germany. After interacting with these children Helma Ritscher recognizing the humble situation one school by sponsors and DIG from city Remscheid and centers for weavers with community hall with the fund by German Ministry for generations, family women and integration of the federal land of North – Rhine- Westfalia “via “InWent gGmBH and Indo – German Society of Remscheid.
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Respected Dr Singh
SUB: Prevention of Torture Bill, 2010
People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR) congratulates you for passing The Prevention of Torture Bill, 2010 in the Lok Sabha. It is an initiative that generates hope among millions of victims of torture. It also fulfills India’s commitment to the world.
However, we think that the bill is far short of its expected form, and has undermined the hopes of the millions of victims of true. We think, this bill is designed to protect the public servants who inflict torture. It has also remained silent on the psychological trauma suffered by the victims and ignored the right to rehabilitation for the torture victims. This sends wrong messages to the poor already suffering in its fight against the perpetrator due to delaying judicial process and the nexus between perpetrator and the public servant. The governments both at the centre and state have enough laws to protect its own man, who will protect the majority of the poor people of this country?
Sir, PVCHRs’ partner Danish organization Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims(RCT) has analyzed compatibility between The Prevention of Torture Bill in its present form and UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNCAT). It has also proposed the desirables to be included in the present bill for making it more human and protects the right to life with dignity of ‘aam aadmi.
Thanking you again for your Government’s initiative.
DR LENIN RAGHUVANSHI
Executive Director, PVCHR
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RCT - Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims - Human rights prize to Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Friday, July 09, 2010
Peoples' Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR) and Danish organization Rehabilitation and Research Center for Torture Victims (RCT) cordially invite you on the delivery (honor) ceremony of thirteen survivors on the birth anniversary of Late Sushil Tripathi, a veteran Journalist, these survivors were psychologically supported through testimonial therapy.
In the honor of late Sushil Tripathi we introduce media fellowship for the promoting a psycho -legal framework to reduce torture and organized violence in India.
Venue: Kamesh Hut, near veer studio Varanasi
Date & Time: 18th July, 2010 at 12:00 Noon
Thursday, July 08, 2010
PVCHR – RCT announced the media fellowship in the remembrance of late Sushil Tripathi a veteran journalist for the promoting a psycho -legal framework to reduce torture and organized violence in India.
Job Title: Media Fellowship
Number of post: 3 (2 Hindi & 1English)
Division: Volunteer Action
Location: Uttarakhand, Varanasi & Lucknow
Last date: 18th July, 2010
Qualification & Experience: You must be a Post Graduate and minimum five year experience in working in main stream media or alternative media. Strong written and oral communication skills in English, Hindi and the local language are essential. It would also be a great advantage if you have knowledge on rights based activities.
Honorarium: Rs. 5300/- per month (consolidated).
Duration: 2 ½ years
How to apply for above fellowship:
The Application and the resume typed on a A4 size sheet and post it to "Manager HRD, Peoples' Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR)/ Jan Mitra Nyas, SA 4/2 A Daulatpur, Varanasi – 21002 uttar Pradesh or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org so as to reach on or before 18th July, 2010.
Last Date of Application Submission: 18th July, 2010
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