Children raise voice against violations of their rights
Posted On May 18, 2019
Civil societies committed to child-friendly city
Posted On May 14, 2019
“Women paid less than men for same work”
Posted On May 4, 2019
PROTESTING THE RAPE AND MURDER OF A 9-MONTH OLD: Candle light procession at Rajamahendravaram
- June 22, 2019
A candle light march has been carried out in the light of the ghastly incident that took place in Hanmakonda Town, Warangal in Telangana State against a 9-month-old infant. The baby was abducted, sexually assaulted and gagged to death by a 28-year-old man on Tuesday late night. The incident not just shook Telangana but the whole nation.
A RIDE FOR CHILD RIGHTS: A step towards making Rajamahendravaram a Child-Friendly City
- June 22, 2019
A bike rally “Ride for Rights”, organised by Child-Friendly Cities Initiative, was flagged off at 10:15 am on Sunday, 16th August at KambalaCheruvu and ended at Happy Sunday venue, Rajamahendravaram. The rally was organised to eliminate child labour and make Rajahmundry a child-friendly city. In the rally, around 60 bikes and 120 people from different walks of life participated. The rally passed through various lanes of the city with the slogan “Say No to Child Labour”, “Exterminate Child Labour System”, “Children to School – Not to Work”, “I Support Child-Friendly Rajamahendravaram”, “Child must Learn, Not Earn”, and so on.
“Think now: How to save planet from pollution?”
- June 8, 2019
Every year June 5th is celebrated as the World Environment Day. This day is observed to protect the earth, our common home. To raise awareness on ill effects of plastic on the environment and promoting eco-friendly alternatives, the staff members of PARA along with the local SFI group took out a rally with the slogan “Say NO to plastic”, “Avoid Plastic, Save the Earth” and “Shun Plastic Bags, Use Cotton Bags” at Ravulapalem, East Godavari.
- 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