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Report on the Ongoing Harassment and Threats to Banglar Manabadhikar Suraksha Mancha (MASUM), India

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This report is based on the findings of a Fact Finding mission conducted by MASUM in association with Human Rights Defenders Alert (HRDA) and FORUM-ASIA. The mission was organised on 1–3 November 2016 and members of the mission were senior jurists and eminent personalities comprising Justice (retd.) H. Suresh, Former Director General of Police, K. Subramanian IPS and Dr. Miratun Nahar. The Fact Finding mission recorded testimonies and interacted with relevant stakeholders. The preliminary and ground research was undertaken by Aqsa Agha, a PhD Scholar at Jawaharlal Nehru University. The final report is updated and edited by Anjuman Ara Begum of FORUM-ASIA. Individuals, organisations and members of the Fact Finding mission offered enormous support in the preparation of this report. MASUM is grateful to the human rights defenders, victim families and survivors who recounted their experiences and shared perspectives to understand the situation of the HRDs associated/working with MASUM.


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