DateNews
30/11/2014Celebrating Children's Right To Be Heard - An Interface with Juvenile Justice Functionaries of the District.
14/11/2014"Surakshita" - a Campaign to Prevent Sexual Abuse and Trafficking of Adolescent Girls
27/10/2014Visit of Friends from Afar - A visit that took our work of setting up Human Right Clubs in Schools to the next level
14/07/2014The Court of Women - A search for An Alternate Justice System to address violence against women.
04/07/2014HUMAN RIGHT CLUBS IN SCHOOLS – Will children express their opinion freely?
30/04/2014Getting Off The Block For The Academic Year 2014 - 2015
22/03/2014MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD! BREAK THE CULTURE OF SILENCE!
04/02/2014Taking Baby Steps Demanding Governance Accountability
20/09/2013From Kandhamal to the United Nations
27/07/2013A "Home" When Your Very Own Ceases To Be One For You.
06/05/2013From Human Rights Education to Human Rights Defense.
06/08/2012SEMINAR ON AWARENESS TOWARDS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND RELATED LAWS
06/05/2011Score Cards for 9 Is Mine
07/04/2011A Promise We Could Not Keep!
06/02/2011A Motley Group of Women Dare to Stake Their Claim for Land Once Again.
01/02/2011Winter Camp for HRE Teachers and Students in Paderu
27/11/2010Training for Lutheran School Teachers on Human Rights Education
19/11/2010Nine is Mine Programme in Delhi
04/11/2010Nine is mine Campaign
09/04/2010Workshop for Human Rights Defenders at Ekalavya Training Centre, PARA

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14/08/2009

36 teachers, 66 student peer leaders for HRE

The  serene campus of Don Bosco Navajeevan Campus, Ramanthapur played host for three days from 8th to 10th August to 36 teachers and 66 students from 24 schools across the state of Andhra Pradesh. They were there as part of the three days residential training programme of Human Rights Education being conducted by People's Action For Rural Awakening.

The number adds to the 42 teachers and 110 students that got trained during the summer holidays at the Ekalavaya Training Centre, Ravulapalem. Together they form the new generation of brave hearts willing to make differences a  reason for celebration and not exclusion and  discrimination. Celebrating Differences is the theme of the Human Rights Education Programme being run by PARA.

These 78 teachers and 176 student will do their mite to contribute to make possible a human culture and  another world that is possible.

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