History of testimony to resist by women, Dalit, Indigenous people, Minority, marginalized people are very old. Feminist literature, dalit literature and hunger strike of Irom Sharmila are few best examples of testimonial campaign in South Asia. Thanks to Jan Ole Haagensen and Erik Wendt of Dignity:Danish Institute against Torture to bring the Inger Agger to PVCHR for realization of testimonial therapy in India. PVCHR introduced honour ceremony based on hope, honour and human dignity with strong process of justice and reconciliation against culture of silence based on conspiracy of caste, patriarchy and communal fascism. Hope, Honour, Human Dignity, solidarity, justice based on secularism & rule of law and reconciliation are main components to bring successful peoples’ testimonial movement on ground to contribute in global Human Rights campaign.
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Monday, May 27, 2013
Sunday, May 26, 2013
With meager resources, but rich with confidence and conviction, Lenin in a short period of time has managed to amplify the voice of the marginalized in national and international fora through "Peoples SAARC", rehabilitation and resettlement of weavers of Varanasi; Benaras Convention; UP Assembly Election Watch; prevention of torture; voice against hunger and many such activities. Recognition by the international community of Dr Lenin's work is indeed the recognition for the millions whose hopes and aspirations rest on his slender shoulders.
Posted by People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights at 11:18 AM
Friday, May 24, 2013
Now Shakyamuni understood: “Nothing, either in the world of nature or human society, knows even a moment of stillness or rest. All phenomena in the universe emerge and pass into extinction through the influence of some external cause. Nothing exists in isolation; all things are linked together over space and time, originating in response to shared causal relationships. Moreover, a Law of life permeates the entire process.”
Shakyamuni thought: “Unaware of this absolute truth, people live under the illusion that they exist independently of one another. This ultimately makes them prisoners of their desires, estranging them from the Law of life, the eternal and unchanging truth of existence. They wander in darkness and sink into unhappiness. Such spiritual darkness is the cause of people’s suffering over the realities of birth, aging, sickness and death. By confronting this delusion and ignorance in our own lives, we can open the way to indestructible happiness.”
Happy Buddha Purnima!!!
Posted by People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights at 9:46 PM
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Lenin Raghuvanshi giving bouquet to Min Ko Naing(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Min_Ko_Naing) receiving Gwangju Prize for Human Rights 2009 (http://www.elevenmyanmar.com/politics/3195-min-ko-naing-to-visit-korea-and-us) at World Forum of Human Rights cities on 16 May 2013 with hand of Chairperson of May 18 Foundation and Mayor of Gawngju,South Korea.
Posted by People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights at 7:47 AM