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Are Dalit Muslims marginalised by people of all religions alike?
 
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On Prime Time, we visit Saharanpur to understand the woes of Dalit Muslims or Pasmanda Muslims who face discrimination by the upper caste Muslims and people of other communities as well. Villagers at Kasampura -- a Muslim dominated village - in Saharanpur tell us about what they do to make living and also about the difficulties they face in getting into respectable jobs. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/314419
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India: Marginalized Children Denied Education
 
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(New Delhi, April 22, 2014) School authorities in India persistently discriminate against children from marginalized communities, denying them their right to education, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Four years after India brought an ambitious education law guaranteeing free schooling to every child ages 6 to 14, almost every child is enrolled, yet nearly half are likely to drop out before completing their elementary education. http://www.hrw.org/news/2014/04/22/india-marginalized-children-denied-education
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Gender Equality: Now
 
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Gender inequality doesn’t make sense on any level. Promoting gender equality can reduce extreme poverty and hunger and boost shared prosperity for girls and boys, women and men, around the world.
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Gender Inequality
 
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Marginalization: A continuum of abuse
 
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Bruce Bracken, professor of educational foundations, places marginalization on a continuum that includes physical abuse.
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Laws of inequality
 
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Video of spansh laws above gender ideology in education.
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Molestation and women and Bangladesh | Adiba Nasser | TEDxUIU
 
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Most of the women in Bangladesh face a severe discrimination. This discrimination comes in different forms. A significant change is mandatory now. Adiba Nasser is a representative of the youth activists, with a dream to abolish violence, exploitations and abuses from the society. She is extensively involved in creating awareness in the young generation about various aggressions occurring in the society. As a student leader at United International University, Adiba co-founded UIU Model United Nations club and achieved recognitions as a debater and organizer. Working with UN Women and BNWLA, Adiba directed an awareness campaign named “Ending sexual harassment at university campus” at 5 leading universities in Dhaka. She is currently a member of the Aarong Training Department, utilizing her human psycho analysis skills to develop a better environment at workplace and society. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Baka woman tells it as it is
 
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Baka woman speaks out on camera for Forest Voices Tour http://www.forestvoices.com Please Share! In March 2014 a group of Baka musicians from the Cameroon-Congo border performed to other Baka communities around the Dja Reserve. People from these communities were encouraged to speak to camera and this was recorded during this tour. The Forest Voices Tour was organised by Global Music Exchange (GME) http://www.1heart.org Please share this video and "like" GME's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Global-Music-Exchange-One-Heart/419263594822274 For over 20 years the Cameroon authorities have been trying to persuade the Baka to move to roadside villages. They say that this is for their own good as they will then have access to better healthcare and education and can learn to be "productive members of Cameroon society. Unfortunately the reality is very different. The woman speaking in this film is from Nomedjo near Lomié where Baka have been to school for many years. She has school qualifications, but she is marginalised and discriminated against by the farming community who see the Baka as little better than animals. Even educated Baka, in the face of exclusion from their forest and rampant discrimination, can only look forward to at best hard labour for little or no money, at worst alcoholism and prostitution. Help give them a voice and support The Forest Voices Tour http://www.forestvoices.com
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Social marginalization, bullying and HIV vulnerability: a national qualitative study of Thai ...
 
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Social marginalization, bullying and HIV vulnerability: a national qualitative study of Thai lesbian and bisexual female secondary school students T. Damri1,2, P. Boonmongkoon3, T.T. Ojanen4, C. Ratchadapunathikul5, N. Samoh4, M. Chonratana4, T.E. Guadamuz4
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Social Thinking: Crash Course Psychology #37
 
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Want more videos about psychology every Monday and Thursday? Check out our sister channel SciShow Psych at https://www.youtube.com/scishowpsych! *** Why do people do bad things? Is it because of the situation or who they are at their core? In this week's episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank works to shed a little light on the ideas of Situation vs. Personality. Oh, and we'll have a look at the Stanford Prison Experiment... It's alarming. If you are currently in need of help: http://www.mentalhealth.gov/get-help/ -- Table of Contents: Social Psychology 01:29 Fundamental Attribution Error 02:04 Dual-Process Theory of Persuasion 03:18 Foot-In-The-Door Phenomenon 04:35 Stanford Prison Experiment 05:12 Cognitive Dissonance 8:08 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Out of the Shadows: Women Who Use Drugs in India
 
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Women who inject drugs in India remain largely neglected in the current HIV response. Marginalised and at risk, these women have inadequate access to services and information they need to protect their health and wellbeing. Unsafe sexual behaviour and shared injecting equipment increase their risk for HIV and hepatitis C infection. Women who inject drugs need a comprehensive harm reduction response that provides accessible, targeted, and quality interventions to improve their health and protect their rights. They can wait in the shadows no longer.
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Help "The Way" fight against Christian persecution in the UK
 
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Almost every week we hear of Christians in the UK being side-lined, sacked, sued or discriminated in some way, because of their faith. We are defending our faith in the UK by interviews on Radio & TV to highlight the discrimination and marginalisation of Christians. Along with this we are producing our own videos to underpin this growing persecution but we cant do this alone and need your support! http://www.theway.co.uk/general/donate_online.php
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Influence of Muslim women on their families' political alignments
 
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On Prime Time, we visit Hamidia Girls' Degree College in Allahabad to know whether women in their families have any say in their families' political beliefs. We also discuss other issues that concern Muslim girls in the country such as higher education and safety. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/317533
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Internalized Oppression and Marginalized Groups
 
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Dr. E.J.R. David, Editor of Internalized Oppression: The Psychology of Marginalized Groups, discusses how various marginalized groups exhibit oppression. About the Book: Long overdue, this is the first book to highlight the universality of internalized oppression across marginalized groups in the United States from a mental health perspective. The book provides insight into the ways in which internalized oppression influences the thoughts, attitudes, feelings, and behaviors of the oppressed toward themselves, other members of their group, and members of the dominant group. It also considers promising clinical and community programs that are currently addressing internalized oppression among specific groups. For more information, visit http://www.springerpub.com/product/9780826199256.
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Women In Between: Interview with the Manara Center, El Kef, Tunsia
 
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This interview is part of the Women In Between transmedia project. www.women-inbetween.com The Association Femme et Citoyenneté El Kef - Manara Center is an association in the province of Tunisia Le Kef, run by a group of women and men independent and volunteer Their goal focuses to fight against marginalization of women, discrimination and physical and psychological abuse they may suffer. Promote gender equality and parity in conducting actions for defense and development of women's rights in the economic, social, cultural and political fields. Promote respect and citizenship. Green Line/Numero Vert: 80101400 centremanara-psy@yahoo.fr afclekef@yahoo.fr
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Marginalization
 
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Marginalization and Steretyping in Advertising and Sports
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Uncertain future for Afghanistan's Sikhs
 
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Islam is the main religion in Afghanistan and has been for centuries. It has also been home to people of other faiths. But now the last of the country's Sikh community is saying it is suffering increased marginalisation. Some say, if the discrimination continues, they will leave. Al Jazeera's Jane Ferguson reports from Kabul.
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As stigma against gays in Uganda spikes, so do HIV risks
 
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While the United Nations has reported optimistic news about controlling the global epidemic of HIV and AIDS, Uganda's infection rates are expected to grow in light of increased stigma for at-risk groups like gay men and sex workers. Jeffrey Brown reports on how discrimination and marginalization may be a major roadblock for effective treatment and prevention.
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Students Learn A Powerful Lesson About Privilege
 
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The Struggle for Survival of the Roma People: Europe's Most Hated
 
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Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News In January, European Union restrictions on Romania and Bulgaria were lifted, meaning citizens of those countries were free to travel and work throughout the EU. This inspired anger in wealthier countries like the UK, where people anticipated a flood of migrants looking to take advantage of relatively generous welfare systems. This anger was directed most fiercely at the Roma. Europe's largest ethnic minority — also known as gypsies — has long endured bigotry and abuse. This year, they've been a boon to rightwing politicians who've used them to garner support for anti-immigration policies and achieve significant electoral victories. VICE News examines the so-called "Roma influx" by visiting a Roma community in northern England, then traveling to Romania to meet a group of Roma who have just been evicted from their homes and don't have the money to leave the country to seek out better lives. More on VICE News: An Audience With the 'King of the Gypsies' - http://bit.ly/1nlQ2py Check out the VICE News beta for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/
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Serving Vulnerable Communities Globally
 
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In this video, you'll hear from ICAAD advocates on the holistic approach used to combat structural discrimination and promote human rights globally. The International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to eradicate structural discrimination globally, and to promote human rights norms consistent with public international law. ICAAD uses a systems approach to address structural discrimination on behalf of women and minorities. This is accomplished by identifying gaps in the societal structures that marginalize vulnerable communities, and by creating transdisciplinary interventions that combine law, technology, and art.
teleSUR Reports - Bolivia:  discrimination and cultural restoration
 
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Since the time of the Spanish conquest, Bolivia's first peoples have suffered discrimination at the hands of the minority, European-descended ruling class, but discrimination did not become institutionalized until the mid 1950s when it became illegal to speak or teach native languages, and native Bolivians were forced to adopt Spanish names if they hoped to obtain education or employment. Much like in the racist South of the United States prior to the official abolishment of racism, native Bolivians were not allowed access to certain places, such as the country's main square, the Murillo Plaza in La Paz. Women suffered the brunt of marginalization, particularly in the country's urban centers. All of that changed when Evo Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president was elected. The restoration of national pride has been a long and difficult road, and President Morales has traveled it with the different peoples who make up Bolivian society, officially undoing centuries of cultural discrimination and eradication. Bolivia is now a country that inspires hope in all peoples, showing that change is possible when the silent majority find their voices. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/telesur-reports-309006
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Youth Unemployment and Marginalisation
 
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The Center for Youth Activity in Skopje organised a seminar in which young people talked about youth unemployment and Marginalisation.
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Myanmar/ Women Construction-workers Part 25
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Women Construction-workers: The young mother earns $2.50 a day, but must leave her children with friends in the workers' camp during the day. "I hate the job," They said. "But if I want to put my children in school and give them a better future, I have no choice but to keep on with this seasonal job." While providing a much-welcomed source of revenue for seasonal female workers, the construction sector is reaping the rewards of their cheap labour. "Many subcontractors are happy to hire for the single reason that they are cheaper than men. United we stand Unions in the construction sector are weak because workers constantly move from one site to another and are therefore difficult to organise. Additionally, many workers do not have formal contracts. Unions try to educate their members, but it's not as easy as in the garment sector, where you can easily stop production to have your voice heard. Despite widespread wage discrimination in the construction sector, women on sites have few options to seek recourse since they are unskilled workers with limited job prospects elsewhere; they are temporary staff and they can easily be replaced. Many are not aware that such wage discrimination is illegal. Making money -- even if it is less than men -- is the priority.Globe.com/female
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Discrimination prevents Muslims in India from seeking higher education
 
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In India, discrimination against the Muslim community is dragging many Muslim children into poverty due to lack of standard schools in the Muslim areas. More on this with the next report by Press TV's Munawar Zaman from New Delhi.
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Muslim asks about discrimination, gets awesome answer!
 
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Stereotyping, discrimination driving people into voting along caste lines?
 
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We visit Rathera village in Mainpuri -- a Yadav dominated village and SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav's home turf to understand why voters always prefer to vote on caste lines. Villagers here claim that they are left with no choice but to vote for someone of their own caste because there remains the stereotype that people of Yadav community only vote for Samajwadi Party. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/316548
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Azamgarh villagers' desperate need to escape to greener pastures
 
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Prime Time: We visit Nooruddinpur village in Azamgarh where most of the village's well-built homes, mosques and other structures have been possible only because most households have people who live in Mumbai or the Middle East to earn a living. We find that there are people holding degrees living in abject poverty because there is no scope of employment in the vicinity of the village. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/318292
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07 question session Open Dialogue on Racism, Sexual Assaults & Marginalisation of North Easterners i
 
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The Director of a prominent Delhi-based NGO, who faced charges of rape, allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the fourth floor of his posh Vasant Kunj residence in South Delhi this morning, police said. The incident took place a day after the allegation of rape surfaced against Khurshid Anwar who was the Director of Institute for Social Democracy. "Anwar jumped from the balcony of his flat situated on the fourth floor at around 11 am. Locals rushed him to the nearby Fortis Hospital from where he was referred to the AIIMS Trauma Centre where he was declared brought dead by the doctors," police official said. Mr Anwar lived alone in his house as his wife, who is a professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), lives in the accommodation provided by the institution. Police have not recovered any suicide note from the activist's house. A 24-year-old woman had registered a case of rape against Mr Anwar at the Vasant Kunj (North) police station last evening. The woman was a rights activist herself and had actively taken part in the protests at India Gate last year after the fatal gang-rape rape of a young physiotherapy intern on a moving bus in Delhi. Mr Anwar was a native of Allahabad and an alumnus of JNU. He is survived by his wife and a son. Police said his body had been handed over to the family after post-mortem Source: http://www.ndtv.com/article/cities/delhi-activist-accused-of-rape-allegedly-commits-suicide-460353
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Hazara Discrimination in Afghanistan
 
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Prime Time: Understanding the lives of Amritsar residents
 
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We visit the old city neighbourhoods of Amritsar to see how much progress the city has been able to witness over the years. Many of the residents say that only a handful of people chose to stay back in their town and the rest migrate to bigger cities or abroad. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/314722
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Brandy: A Documentary
 
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This film briefly delves into the life experience of a woman named Brandy. She has Cerebral Palsy. Because of this obvious physical disability, Brandy has encountered innumerable instances of marginalization and discrimination. The intention of this film is to introduce Brandy as a person, instead of the disability that society sees. The song used in this film is "Over the Rainbow" by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole. I do not own the rights to this song. All rights belong to the respective administrator(s) of this estate. I have not benefited from this film in any way, monetarily or otherwise. I maintain that my use of this song in this film qualifies under the "Fair Use" stipulation under U.S. Copyright Law.
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MannPesum Sarithiram 220 | Periyar | Vaikom Struggle | 20 JULY 2014
 
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Program : Mann Pesum Sarithiram 220 Episode : Periyar's Rise | Vaikom Struggle | Vasanth TV | 1.Periyar E. V. Ramasamy Erode Venkata Ramasamy(17 September 1879 – 24 December 1973), affectionately called by his followers as Periyar, Thanthai Periyar or E. V. R., was a social activist, politician and businessman, who started the Self-Respect Movement or the Dravidian Movement and proposed the creation of an independent state called Dravida Nadu, comprising the states of South India. He is also the founder of political party, Dravidar Kazhagam. Periyar was born in Erode, Madras Presidency to a wealthy family of Balijas. At a young age, he witnessed numerous incidents of racial, caste and gender discrimination. Periyar married when he was 19, and had a daughter who lived for only 5 months. His first wife, Nagammai, died in 1933.Periyar married for a second time in July 1948.His second wife, Mniammai, continued Periyar's social work after his death in 1973, but still his thoughts and ideas were being spread by Dravidar Kaz Periyar joined the Indian National Congress in 1919, but resigned in 1925 when he felt that the party was only serving the interests of the Brahmins. In 1924, Periyar led a non-violent agitation (satyagraha) in Vaikom, Kerala. From 1929 to 1932 toured Malaysia, Europe, and Russia, which had an influence on him. In 1939, Periyar became the head of the Justice Party, and in 1944, he changed its name to Dravidar Kazhagam. The party later split and one group led by C. N. Annadurai formed the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in 1949. While continuing the Self-Respect Movement, he advocated for an independent Dravida Nadu (Dravidistan) Periyar propagated the principles of rationalism, self-respect, women’s rights and eradication of caste. He opposed the exploitation and marginalisation of the non-Brahmin indigenous Dravidian peoples of South India and the imposition of, what he considered, Indo-Aryan India. His work has greatly revolutionised Tamil society and has significantly removed caste-based discrimination. He is also responsible for bringing new changes to the Tamil alphabet. However, at the same time, Periyar is also held responsible for making controversial statements on the Tamil language, Dalits and Brahmins and for endorsing violence against Brahmins. The citation awarded by the UNESCO described Periyar as "the prophet of the new age, the Socrates of South East Asia, father of social reform movement and arch enemy of ignorance, superstitions, meaningless customs and base manners. refer.....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periyar_E._V._Ramasamy 2.Vaikom Satyagraha The Vaikom Satyagraha was the first systematically organized agitation in Kerala against orthodoxy to secure the rights of the depressed classes. For the first time in history, the agitation brought forward the question of civil rights of the low caste people into the forefront of Indian politics. No mass agitation in Kerala acquired so much all-India attention and significance in the twentieth century as the Vaikom Satyagraha. Vaikom is a small temple town in Central Travancore on the eastern banks of the backwaters of Vembanad Lake. The town is famous for its Shiva temple, which in the early twentieth century was the citadel of orthodoxy and casteism. As was the custom prevalent in those days, the Avarnas were not allowed to enter the temples. But at Vaikom, they were not permitted even to use the public roads around the temple. Notice boards were put up at different spots prohibiting the entry of Avarnas reminding them of their social inferiority. All the more unbearable to them were the fact that a Christian or a Muslim was freely allowed on these roads. An Avarna had to walk through a circuitous route, two to three miles longer to avoid the road beside the temple. It seems that when Ayyankali, a Dalit leader and member of Pulaya caste, had to travel through this road, he was asked to get down from his bullock cart, and walk through the circuitous route and his bullock cart without him was allowed to pass through the road. refer....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaikom_Satyagraha Channel: Vasanth TV For official website http://www.vasanth.tv SUBSCRIBE on youtube click on this link http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vasanthtvchannel
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Reality vs Stereotype | Asian-American
 
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ECJ: California 2015 Discrimination and Marginalization Project No copyright intended. All else belongs to the rightful owners (i.e. "Flying" - James Newton Howard, "California" - Nevershoutnever, Lisa Lee interview from "Beyond the Headlines", Vogue Pictures)
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The Dalit Voice
 
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This documentary is about the Outcastes or Untouchables of India, who now call themselves Dalits, which means 'Broken People'. Directed by Jane Hubbard and Katja Stiller who, in 1994, travelled to India to work with PREPARE, an Indian Charity who were empowering Dalit women.
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Social Justice and Dalits in South Asia | A Roundtable Discussion | Oct 7, 2014
 
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Across the globe, an estimated 260 million people are relegated to a lifetime of segregation, exploitation, and extreme forms of physical and psychological abuse, all because of the caste into which they are born. In much of South Asia, caste-based divisions dominate in housing, marriage, and general social interaction—divisions that are often reinforced through the threat of social ostracism, economic boycotts, and even physical violence. The effective eradication of caste-based discrimination remains a major human rights challenge of our time. -Learn about the social and political obstacles faced by Dalit communities (formerly known as “untouchables”) in Nepal and India -Engage with scholars, media producers and activists who have brought awareness to issues concerning Dalits through traditional and social media outlets -Develop tips and tools you can use for your own research and social activism initiatives Some of the questions this event explores: What skills/lessons can Dalit and American students, scholars and activists learn from each other? How do experiences of marginalization and /or oppression compare in different countries? How have social justice organizations use the law, media and education as tools to raise awareness and create change? Prominent academics, media producers and social activists will participate in a roundtable discussion. Our guests will include: Smita Narula: currently a visiting Research Scholar at Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College and former U.N. legal adviser to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food and Faculty Director at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at NYU School of Law. She has been working in human rights for more than 17 years. In both her scholarship and her practice, Narula has focused on the rights to equality and non-discrimination; economic and social rights; and the impact of economic globalization and counter-terrorism policies on human rights. She has authored numerous reports and academic articles on these subjects, and has helped formulate policy, legal, and community-led responses to these issues worldwide. Sarita Pariyar: a graduate student of sociology at Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu, where she also received her bachelor’s degree in journalism and English literature. She is an emerging social justice leader and serves as a board member of the Samata Foundation, a respected think-tank that works for the rights and dignity of Dalits in Nepal. In addition, she is involved with several activist groups in Nepal and regularly participates in various forums for social justice, democracy, and media within and outside of Nepal. Padam Sundas: a social worker from a Dalit community who has been working for the upliftment of the Dalit community and for Human Rights for over 40 years through intellectual writings and knowledge production. A founding member and the executive chairperson of SAMATA foundation and the Asian Dalit Rights Forum, the only Dalit centric research center and think tank in Nepal. He also served as a member of the National-Level Advisory Committee under the Office of Prime Minister for the Eradication of Caste Based Discriminations and Promotion of Dalit Rights. Rem Bishwokarma: co-founded Jagaran Media Center (JMC) to lead media advocacy against caste-based discrimination and untouchability. JMC produced the popular television series called Dalan that raised awareness on Dalit issues. JMC has established itself as a media hub on Dalit issues, inclusion and social justice in Nepal and abroad. He was awarded the Australian Leadership Award in 2010, Media International Social Awareness Award in 2013 and Ambedkar Kalashree National Award in 2013. Each participant will speak for ten minutes on their personal work and experience. Afterwards, broader discussion on Dalits and social justice will be opened up and moderated by Smita Narula. For more information about the India China Institute please visit: http://www.indiachinainstitute.org
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"Discrimination continues against children in India
 
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It was in 2009 when the Indian government enacted a right to education act which says every child aged between 6 and 14 years old gets free and compulsory education in the country. The law was fair and free of discrimination. But according to human rights watch Indian children from marginalized communities are being discriminated and deprived of right to education. The report named "they say we are dirty" highlights injustice and denial of rights to these minority children. It says "discrimination in schools takes various forms including teachers asking students to clean toilets, massage their legs, sit separately, insulting Muslim and tribal students and girls being kept away from the classrooms. Jayshree Bajoria Experts say the government should adopt more effective measures to monitor the treatment of vulnerable children to ensure they remain in the classroom. In India most children are enrolled in primary schools but the rate of dropouts is very high due to barriers of caste, ethnicity, gender, religion and economic conditions which prevent them from fulfilling their dreams of having a better future.
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Prime Time: Understanding how Muslim youth choose their leaders
 
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On Prime Time, we visit Okhla constituency in Delhi and speak to the students to understand what qualities they look for in their political leaders. Students also share their thoughts on the reason for existence of votebank politics in India and whether it affects their relationships with people of other communities. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/314105
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Prime Time: Untouchability still prevalent in Varanasi?
 
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We visit the side of Varanasi that is unknown to most of the world -- the rural and underdeveloped suburbs where the downtrodden people of the Dalit community reside. Most residents here give a startling revelation that they are even to this day subject to untouchability even by the politicians they vote for. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/318575
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Jiboner Golpo: Gender Discrimination & Women's Health
 
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We don't often realize the effect gender based discrimination has on women's health. Growing up, many girls lack nutrition in their diet, there is no sports curriculum for them in school and often they are married off early. In this episode, we discuss gender discrimination and women's livelihood in Bangladesh. Produced by Desh TV in collaboration with USAID & Voice of America
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How did Azamgarh - a city renowned for scholars become notorious for terrorism?
 
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On Prime Time, we visit Darul Musannefin Shibli Academy in Azamgarh and speak to the teachers there who explain to us the glorious history of the academy and about the renowned scholars who are alumni of the academy. The tutors also highlight various factors that led to a virtual collapse of such schools and the reasons for Azamgarh's name being tarnished by connecting it with terrorists. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/prime-time/video-story/318147 #RavishKumar #रवीशकुमार #PrimeTimeWithRavishKumar
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Development with identity- Indigenous Communities of Northeast India
 
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Indigenous people have historically struggled to assert their rights and continue to do so even today. The Northeast India is home to about 160 indigenous communities which are culturally or historically distinct from the rest of the population. These communities share a close bond with their land and nature and consider it crucial to their identity. Though the Sixth Schedule in certain areas of Northeast India recognizes the indigenous communities' rights over land and self-governance, these communities continue to feel discriminated and marginalised. There is a strong felt need among the people to develop or modernise without compromising on their identity. Dr. Phrang Roy and Ms. Jarjum Ete present the current situation while stressing on 'development with identity'. Read more http://www.indiawaterportal.org/articles/development-identity-indigenous-communities-northeast-india
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Indian transgenders granted legal status
 
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India's supreme court has issued a landmark ruling recognising transgender people as a third gender.   Activists say it will give relief to millions of people who face discrimination in India's deeply conservative society.   Al Jazeera's Sohail Rahman reports from New Delhi.
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09 Bimol Akoijam Open Dialogue on Racism, Sexual Assaults & Marginalisation of North Easterners in I
 
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The Director of a prominent Delhi-based NGO, who faced charges of rape, allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the fourth floor of his posh Vasant Kunj residence in South Delhi this morning, police said. The incident took place a day after the allegation of rape surfaced against Khurshid Anwar who was the Director of Institute for Social Democracy. "Anwar jumped from the balcony of his flat situated on the fourth floor at around 11 am. Locals rushed him to the nearby Fortis Hospital from where he was referred to the AIIMS Trauma Centre where he was declared brought dead by the doctors," police official said. Mr Anwar lived alone in his house as his wife, who is a professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), lives in the accommodation provided by the institution. Police have not recovered any suicide note from the activist's house. A 24-year-old woman had registered a case of rape against Mr Anwar at the Vasant Kunj (North) police station last evening. The woman was a rights activist herself and had actively taken part in the protests at India Gate last year after the fatal gang-rape rape of a young physiotherapy intern on a moving bus in Delhi. Mr Anwar was a native of Allahabad and an alumnus of JNU. He is survived by his wife and a son. Police said his body had been handed over to the family after post-mortem Source: http://www.ndtv.com/article/cities/delhi-activist-accused-of-rape-allegedly-commits-suicide-460353
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01  Open Dialogue on Racism, Sexual Assaults & Marginalisation of North Easterners in India @JNU, Ne
 
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The Director of a prominent Delhi-based NGO, who faced charges of rape, allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the fourth floor of his posh Vasant Kunj residence in South Delhi this morning, police said. The incident took place a day after the allegation of rape surfaced against Khurshid Anwar who was the Director of Institute for Social Democracy. "Anwar jumped from the balcony of his flat situated on the fourth floor at around 11 am. Locals rushed him to the nearby Fortis Hospital from where he was referred to the AIIMS Trauma Centre where he was declared brought dead by the doctors," police official said. Mr Anwar lived alone in his house as his wife, who is a professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), lives in the accommodation provided by the institution. Police have not recovered any suicide note from the activist's house. A 24-year-old woman had registered a case of rape against Mr Anwar at the Vasant Kunj (North) police station last evening. The woman was a rights activist herself and had actively taken part in the protests at India Gate last year after the fatal gang-rape rape of a young physiotherapy intern on a moving bus in Delhi. Mr Anwar was a native of Allahabad and an alumnus of JNU. He is survived by his wife and a son. Police said his body had been handed over to the family after post-mortem Source: http://www.ndtv.com/article/cities/delhi-activist-accused-of-rape-allegedly-commits-suicide-460353
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The power of privilege: Tiffany Jana at TEDxRVAWomen
 
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Tiffany has directed organizational development, marketing, and community outreach initiatives for over 10 years. She founded TMI Consulting, the world's first Diversity and Inclusion Certified Benefit Corporation. TMI Consulting recently designed and facilitated a very successful series of transatlantic cooperative civic-engagement workshops in the US and the EU for the German Marshall Fund as well as a Congressional Leadership series of bipartisan dialogues on race and democracy. Tiffany's leadership in community building work has been recognized twice in the Wall Street Journal. She was named one of Richmond's 2013 "Top 40 Under 40" by Style Weekly. Tiffany has a bachelor's in Business Management and Marketing, an MBA in Global Management, and is currently a candidate for a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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2014 Prince Claus Laureate SPARROW
 
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SPARROW (1988, Mumbai) is an independent archival project that preserves and produces materials on the diverse histories and voices of women and feminism in India. Started in the home of writer and researcher CS Lakshmi, with co-founders Neera Desai and Maithreyi Krishna Raj, it has grown into a vibrant research centre with an extensive collection of written, visual and aural items. Multidisciplinary and focused on individual stories, the archives cover all aspects of the politics of women’s everyday lives – the different race, gender and class struggles on many levels – and highlight women’s cultural, social and political contributions. SPARROW also creates resources, recovering experiences absent from official sources and in danger of being lost. Students participate in recording oral histories, collecting facts not found in history books from women in progressive movements, social activists, tribal women, NGO women, traditional healers and scientists, among others. It publishes books, brochures and newsletters. Archiving in more than eight local languages, SPARROW translates to increase accessibility. It has published four volumes of a five-volume anthology featuring 87 writers translated from 23 languages. Through readings, lectures, screenings and workshops, SPARROW stimulates discussion on topics such as Mumbai’s communal violence, and the representation of women in popular culture. Book fairs, seminars, festivals and exhibitions, as well as social media assist public dissemination. It has showcased the work of women artists and cartoonists, and organised a conference of Dalit women writers. To celebrate International Women’s Day in 2006, its exhibition Marching on the Roads: Making Oneself, Making History featured blownup photos of women’s activism pasted on buses plying four routes in Mumbai. SPARROW is honoured for conserving and disseminating eclectic evidence of Indian women’s struggles for a more just society; for uplifting women, inspiring dedication, energy and vision; for creating a powerful weapon in the battle to eradicate discrimination against women; for highlighting different ways of seeing, remembering and writing history, countering patriarchal versions and power structures; and for establishing a resource that makes rediscovery of women’s histories possible and transmits the legacy to younger and future generations. -- Report from the 2014 Prince Claus Awards Committee http://tinyurl.com/lel7qlo Film directed by Annette de Bock and produced by Brenninkmeijer & Isaacs.
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06 question session  Open Dialogue on Racism, Sexual Assaults & Marginalisation of North Easterners
 
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The Director of a prominent Delhi-based NGO, who faced charges of rape, allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the fourth floor of his posh Vasant Kunj residence in South Delhi this morning, police said. The incident took place a day after the allegation of rape surfaced against Khurshid Anwar who was the Director of Institute for Social Democracy. "Anwar jumped from the balcony of his flat situated on the fourth floor at around 11 am. Locals rushed him to the nearby Fortis Hospital from where he was referred to the AIIMS Trauma Centre where he was declared brought dead by the doctors," police official said. Mr Anwar lived alone in his house as his wife, who is a professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), lives in the accommodation provided by the institution. Police have not recovered any suicide note from the activist's house. A 24-year-old woman had registered a case of rape against Mr Anwar at the Vasant Kunj (North) police station last evening. The woman was a rights activist herself and had actively taken part in the protests at India Gate last year after the fatal gang-rape rape of a young physiotherapy intern on a moving bus in Delhi. Mr Anwar was a native of Allahabad and an alumnus of JNU. He is survived by his wife and a son. Police said his body had been handed over to the family after post-mortem Source: http://www.ndtv.com/article/cities/delhi-activist-accused-of-rape-allegedly-commits-suicide-460353
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Special: The 'Third Gender' in India gets recognition
 
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The Supreme Court Judgment recognising transgenders will definitely come to be seen as a landmark verdict for many years to come. For too long have eunuchs been wallowing on the sidelines of mainstream society, shunned and ostracised. How will the SC verdict alter their life? For more news subscribe to Aajtak: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt4t-jeY85JegMlZ-E5UWtA
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