CONTENTS:- 1. Social Rights in India; 2. Socio-religious Behaviour; 3. First Recognition; 4. Dalit Historical Background; 5. Philosophical Basis of Dalit; 6. Dalit Process of Liberation; 7. Social Emancipation of Dalit; 8. Right of Equality; 9. Rightful Development of Dalit; 10. The Great Initiative.
Dalit Human rights and humanitarian law, once clearly distinguishable segments of international law, are increasingly being viewed in an integrated and holistic manner, where the individual has a continuum of protection under human rights law as well as that provided under humanitarian law, as warranted by the specific circumstances. There is a broad space for forging effective linkages between humanitarian assistance and human right programmes. The separate mandates and different methods of work can produce a remarkable added value if perceived as complementary and Mutually supportive and if we maintain the focus of all we do to increase the extent of protection for the victims. India and the country of origin of the refugees. In the process, refugees have become victims of gross human rights violations. A cursory scrutiny of the conditions of refugees makes it crystal clear.
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