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Human Rights Cell
THE HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION CELL
No education at the University level can be complete without Human Rights Education. The degree course includes the study of the Indian Constituition, Human Rights and Environmental Studies. The programmes organised by the Cell complement this study.
- To educate and create greater awareness of Human Rights
- To study and examine cases of human rights violation in the Campus
- To train the interested group to facilitate intervention and action
- To create a network with other organisations for working in the spirit of solidarity
- To adopt a process of documentation of different cases of violation so that they can come as a reference material of some other cases in future.
The Human Rights Education Cell, inaugurated in the year 1999 worked in earnest to meet its objectives of education, awareness and guidance in the area of human rights. Its regular activities during the last six years include orientation programmes, debates, panel discussions, relevant contexts, meaningful celebration of International Human Rights Day every year, awareness programmes in schools and field visits.
The special activities encompass guest lectures by academicians, advocates, activists, politicians and even officials. A lecture on “Crime and Violence” by D.C.P. Ramesh (Law and Order) in August 2010, and one by Smt. Manjula, President, State Women’s Commission, on ‘Domestic Violence’ are among the more recent ones. More over, the Cell organized a regional-level workshop on ‘Womanhood – A Right to Live’ (November 2006) a legal and programme chaired by Mr. S.R. Nayak, Chairman, Karnataka State Human Rights Commission (September 2007), interactive sessions with Mr. M.S. Sathyu, Film Director, and Smt. Manjula, President Women’s Commission. The staff who are members of this cell presented papers at national-level seminars.