Denoting the event of Human Rights Day on tenth December (Saturday), Justice P Sathasivam, Governor of Kerala and previous Chief Justice of India, recognized the NHRC for its noteworthy part in maintaining and advancing human rights in the nation. He, be that as it may, said with a specific end goal to settle on its choices more successful, changes ought to be realized in the Protection of Human Rights (PHR) Act to bestow more viability to the body. He said the commission ought to have the capacity to execute its suggestions.

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The occasion was regarded with the nearness of a few dignitaries, including judges and previous judges of Supreme Court, high courts, UN agents, ambassadors, senior government functionaries, common society delegates, senior officers of paramilitary strengths and NHRC. With astute perceptions combined with reinforcing messages, the visionaries shared their precious involvement in the field of human rights. Boss visitor Justice Sathasivam remarked about specific weaknesses of our legitimate framework relating to abundances of laws, absence of adequate support from the lawful administrations powers and absence of lawful mindfulness among the masses, which should be tended to guarantee security of human rights in the nation.

Tending to the get-together, NHRC Chairperson Justice HL Dattu highlighted the hugeness of Human Rights Day and said by fusing human rights as a lifestyle, an essential change can be realized in our endeavors to kill the scourge of neediness, obliviousness, biases and segregation in view of sex, station, religion, inability and different structures, from our general public. He said the commission speaks to the work, commitment, and steady soul that are imperative to the acknowledgment of the vision we have for our nation – a dream of flexibility, equity and value. He asked everybody to vow to rededicate ourselves to accomplishing a fair and impartial society through maintaining the standards and goals revered in our Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for the assurance and advancement of human nobility and the sacred privileges of all residents of the nation.

National convener of the Safai Karamchari Andolan and beneficiary of Magsaysay honor Bezwada Wilson drove home the way that regardless of a few endeavors, a ton needs yet to be done to construct mindfulness about the need to perceive the rights and poise of individuals working in sanitation area. Rajiv Chandran, the delegate of United Nations Information Center in Delhi, passed on UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s message on Human Rights Day. The message expressed, ‘Maintaining human rights is in light of a legitimate concern for all.

Regard for human rights progresses prosperity for each person, steadiness for each general public, and agreement for our worldwide world.’ during an era of duplicating clashes, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights helps us to remember the significance of the flexibility, equity and peace in the life of people. He said the current year’s subject for Human Rights Day is that individuals must go to bat for others’ rights. Victors of NHRC’s Short Films on Human Rights Award Scheme 2016, were additionally regarded on the event. ‘Dark and White’ by Anuj SR from Kerala packed away the primary prize of Rs.1-lakh money grant, ‘Tumling Street” by Rimbik Das got the second prize of Rs.75,000, and “Ambrosia” by Somnath Chakraborty the third prize of Rs.50,000. Equity Sathasivam additionally discharged four NHRC productions, incorporating two diaries in Hindi and English dialects, conveying articles on imperative parts of human rights issues by prominent people. He additionally opened NHRC’s photograph and youngsters’ works of art display denoting the Human Rights Day.





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