PARA “March”: Celebrating Women, Celebrating Equality
Posted On April 7, 2019
‘9 out of 10 differently-abled students drop out’
Posted On March 21, 2019
VCPC members stopped two child marriages
Posted On March 21, 2019
Children raise voice against violations of their rights
- May 18, 2019
In a first of its kind, CFCI Human Rights Club (HRC) office-bearers from Nannaya Municipal High School, Ward-34 shared the dais along with the city Mayor Mrs Patham Sesha Sai, District Legal Services Authority member Srinivas Rao, Ward 40 Corporator Nanduri Venkata Ramana, YSRCP floor leader and Ward 5 Corporator Sharmila Reddy, and ex-MLA Routhu Surya Prakash Rao on the occasion of Children’s Day on November 14, 2018 at Sitampeta.
Civil societies committed to child-friendly city
- May 14, 2019
During the first leg of the Child-Friendly Cities Initiatives, some civil societies in the city were not very enthusiastic about the initiative. In fact, few NGOs never turned back. After making several attempts to clarify the concept of CFCI, they started to develop more interest in the emerging possibilities for children.
“Women paid less than men for same work”
- May 4, 2019
Karmika Dinotsavam or Labour Day is observed on May 1 of every year to commemorate the contributions, struggle and solidarity of workers. This day is a reminder to ensure decent standards of living for workers who work tirelessly to make the world a better place.
- A journey Healing the TRAUMA of Inequality and Initiating the MISSION of Equality
A paper presented by John Tharakan at the International Meeting of Province Development Offices at Nairobi on “The New Management Approach”. The paper proposes an integral approach to development. The inherence violence in inequality needs to be recognized and the consequent trauma healed. A non-violent pedagogy needs to replace the repressive system that apes the dominator model of society. Healing of past traumas needs to go hand in hand with active participatory relationships and spirituality that gives up privileges and practices equality.
- India’s Hunger Index: What Can Be Done?
India has a federal form of governance. Success of food and nutrition security measures call for negotiations vitally required between the Centre and the States pertaining to them, writes K.R. Venugopal. This a passionate as well as compassionate writing coming from a person who has been the Principal Secretary to three successive Prime Ministers. He knows what is urgently needed so that the concerns of the hungry masses, who are equal citizens with us can be addressed with urgency …
- Methodology of Don Bosco
Methodology of Don Bosco