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Human Rights Award goes to FORUM-ASIA member PVCHR director

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The City Council decided at its yesterday ( 23.6. ) session, 16 to give human rights prize of the city of Weimar in 2010 , Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi of the Indians.

Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi has been¬†working 15 years for the rights and interests of the Dalits (members of¬†the lower caste), primarily in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. As the¬†founder of the “Vigilance Committee on Human People’s Rights (PVCHR),¬†he strove to maintain and enforce the fundamental rights of vulnerable¬†groups such as children, women, Dalits and indigenous minorities. Dr.¬†Raghuvanshi, by its Committee created structures that enable it to¬†enforce such rights. He also documented any kind of human rights such as¬†starvation, police torture, child labor, etc., and tried through¬†cooperation with local human rights groups to care for the victims¬†individually . Because of its commitment to human rights are he, his¬†family and associates permanent hostility (including death threats )¬†exposed by political opponents.¬†Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi was proposed by¬†the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom”.

The award will be on Dec 10, the proclaimed by the United Nations International Day of Human Rights, made.

(Source: Weimar, 24 June 2010)