Student FRDM Initiative Most U.S. universities and colleges have student clubs with a wide range of goals, e.g. Amnesty International to Ultimate Frisbee, targeting and impacting small or large local or global interests. Since 2006, International Commission for Dalit Rights (ICDR) has championed the great cause of addressing caste-based discrimination, and resulting inequalities, visited upon … Read more…

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Second Round Intergovernmental Negotiations on Post-2015 Development Agenda Trusteeship Council Chamber at UN Headquarters in New York Thursday, February 19, 2015 (Statement made by Dil Bishwakarma, known as DB Sagar, Founder and President, International Commission for Dalit Rights) Co-facilitators Ambassador Kamau and Ambassador Donoghue, Excellencies, my fellow colleagues: It is my honor to be here. … Read more…

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ICDR Applauds President Obama for Raising Dalit Rights as Inherent Human Dignity Washington, D.C. (January 31, 2015) – International Commission for Dalit Rights’ (ICDR) President Mr. DB Sagar applauded U.S. President Obama for recognizing Dalit Rights as the ‘fundamental freedom and inherent dignity of (every) human being’, and raising the issue of curbing Caste and … Read more…

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As part of the 1st Global Conference on Defending Dalit Rights (March 19-21, 2015), ICDR and the Global Conference Organizing Committee present a Call To Action: Join the Human Chain demonstration on March 21, 2015 in front of the White House (on Pennsylvania Avenue) in Washington, DC at 1:30pm to show your support and stand … Read more…

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Registration for the Global Conference on Defending Dalit Rights is now open!

Posted by WorldBridge on December 31, 2014
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Category : Action, Collaboration, D.C., Global Conference, Organizing Committee

GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON DEFENDING DALIT RIGHTS IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD A Fight for Establishing Justice, Dignity, and Humanity March 19-21, 2015, Washington, D.C. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. Background on the Global Conference Dalits from around the world have been victimized; discriminated against in social, political, economic, education, and religious areas of life; and excluded from … Read more…

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