Commonwealth Human Rights Training for ASIA :
I have been Selected by the YHRI-India to attend the Human Rights Training for Trainers in New Delhi from March 18th 2013 to 22nd March 2013 in this many Organization and Government officials have been participated and this is conducted by commonwealth Secretariat and Indian Government.
YHRI South Asia Summit:
I have attended the South Asia Summit in Chennai on March 1st to 3rd which have been for enrich the youth on Human Rights Education the conference outreach the Delegates from the India,Srilanka,Bangladesh,Nepal,Maldives,Pakistan,Afganistan,Bhutan and others from various places from the world.
The HELPING HANDS (activity) is to provide NOTE BOOKS, GEOMERTY BOX, PEN, PENCIL, and ERASER to the Students who are under below poverty line. For Our surprise, almost all the tiny tots of the school were found under poverty line, so our team planned to give away the study materials to all the 150 kids in the school.
This Poster Contest is an important milestone in my Human Rights Career.
We the Coordinators of the YHRI-Cuddalore conducted a District Level Students Poster contest on 11th August 2012 based on the 30 Human Rights declared in UDHR.
We invited students from all the schools in our district. Nearly 500 students from various schools participated in this contest .We selected the students in 3 levels i.e. Primary (6th to 8th), High School (9th and 10th), Higher Secondary (11th and 12th) and we selected picture from all three levels. We invited our Municipal Chairman Mr P.Paneer Selvam as Chief Guest to distribute the prizes to the winners of the contest.
International walk for Human Rights:
I the Coordinator of the YHRI conducted an International Walk for Human Rights on 10th December 2012(Human Rights Day) to stretch awareness on Education on 30 of Human Rights declared in UDHR to the Public and the School Students.
I along with the coordinator of YHRI invited students from all the schools in Cuddalore district. Nearly 300 students from various schools participated in this International Walk and public were very supportive to us. They too joined us to give more strength to the event. More than 100 people joined us.
We started our walk form UNION OFFICE at 11.00 AM with 400 members via BUS STAND,4 CROSS ROAD and we completed our walk in MUNICIPAL OFFICE at 1.00 P M.
L'air est venu et il est déjà veu ou nous devons, nous sacrifié, nous battre pourque le monde retrouve la paix apres avoir vecu tout ces maux: ( la ccorruption, l'inégalité, l'injustice, l'éthicisme, le frontalisme, ...)
Am Elizabeth Were from Nairobi, Kenya and I have personally made it a point to create a peaceful environment in my country especially round this time of the year when my country is going through elections. Kenya is one country in Africa and the world that has enjoyed peace over the years until in 2007 when we held the Elections. Thanks to politicians, we got divided along tribal lines. We talked badly to our neighbours, people we grew up referring to as brothers and sisters. It was so bad seeing such people attack each other without a thought. We took peace for granted. Listened to politicians, forgetting the fact that they care less about the welfare of the common man.
I have been talking to my friends through small groups, on facebook and any available medium about the importance of peace. I keep reminding them that regardless of the outcome of the elections, we should appreciate, embrace, accomodate and love each other. That there is life beyond elections. That we need each other to survive. That each one of us is an important thread in this life.
I have reminded them, and am getting somewhere with this, about how blissful and what a pleasant sight it is to see people from different tribes and races co-exist. I keep reminding them that the absence of peace is war. War is expensive - morally, physically, financially.
We need each other. Arise lets embrace peace, the world. Arise Africa. Arise Kenya.
I AM A BANGLADESHI POLICE OFFICER, NOW I AM WORKING LAST ONE YEAR FROM FEBRUARY 2012 TO TILL DATE IN COTE D'IVOIRE AS A PEACE KEEPER UNDER UNOCI, I WAS ALSO SERVED HEAR LAST 2007-2008 FOR ONE AND HALF YEAR, WE WORK ON SAFETY AND SECURITY MATTER FOR BOTH UN PERSONNEL AND LOCAL PEOPLES, WE TRAINED LOCAL POLICE ON LAW, HUMAN RIGHTS, GENDER EQUITY AND PUBLIC ORDER MANAGEMENT,
I HAVE A 19 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON PROFESSIONAL POLICING AND TEACHING,
I CAN WORK ANY WHERE IN WORLD FOR THE HUMANITY IN THE FIELD OF PROTECTION, SAFETY AND SECURITY.
NOW I AM COMMANDING 200 POLICE PERSONNEL AS DEPUTY COMMANDER OF BANGLADESHI POLICE CONTINGENT.
We live in distant planet called Earth. Living on this world, we just need good enough and equality in peace and justice. Without crime
Au-delà des principes généraux maintes et maintes fois rabâchés, le problème crucial que vit Madagascar, parce que la crise perdure n’est pas qu’une crise cyclique. Elle s’inscrit dans une spirale mortifère qui rend chaque crise plus violente, plus longue et plus destructrice que la précédente. L’empilement des frustrations populaires et politiques d’un régime à l’autre, la défiance de plus en plus installée vis-à-vis de l’État, aggravés par la descente aux enfers de l’économie, fabriquent une machine infernale à la dangerosité extrême.
Cette défiance est d’autant plus forte que l’impunité et l’arrogance des gens successivement au pouvoir ont établi des bases délétères et effacé les références indispensables à l’assise de la légitimité d’État : « à quelles règles veut-on qu’on obéisse, quand à la tête de l’État, avec le plus grand cynisme, il en est qui violent allègrement la loi et la morale, et perdurent… et reviennent ». Le délitement de l’État n’est pas à chercher ailleurs.
Ma contribution pour y remedier est d'eduquer les citoyens volontaires en Droits Humains et en lutte contre la Corruption. Avec un autofinancement de notre Organisation "YMCA TULEAR", en partenariat autonome avec le Bureau Independant Anti-Corruption (BIANCO) local, j'ai pu former 85 hommes et femmes de differentes associations et des jeunes universitaires pour eclairer les victimes locaux de quoi ils pourraient faire pour se defendre contre les predateurs.
Nous sollicitons vivement des encouragements, car la lutte est mortelle.
RAVELOJAONA Gilbert (voir notre site http://www.ymca-madagascar-tulear.fr.ht )
Mi nombre es Vladimir Nilo Medina Choque, soy un abogado boliviano, tengo 28 años y trabajo en una ONG denominada Capacitación y Derechos Ciudadanos. Esta institución, a parte ser mi fuente laboral, me permite trabajar con un programa de voluntariado jurídico, mediante el cuál llevamos orientación jurídica, asistencia legal y capacitación jurídica a sectores dónde hay mucha probreza y/o su población está en riesgo de vulneración de sus derechos humanos.
El voluntariado jurídico es una herramienta contra la injusticia, la violencia y la vulneración de derechos humanos.
Saludos desde La Paz - Bolivia
My action on volunteering such as to reduce and make better life especially to women. Women in my country have suffered a lot of torture since 1965, even as the president's collapse in 1998. I hope, there's no distance between women and men. It doesn't mean, women want more treatment than men. But, there's no misunderstanding between two line. As we know, women feel more scary if they must face off men. Therefore, I want make campaign for children in the age between 12-15 years old on International Volunteer day. This campaign provides for girls and boys that can cooperate with each other without fear, without having to look at the strong side while the other side's weak. Thus, purposes of this campaign are to reduce even to destroy the women's oppression and two sides could respect each other.
Actually, I didn't take any formal volunteer organization, however, I am so glad to help people who have trouble. And I always pay more attention on the African women and kids lack of water food and medical help. I really want to help them with other volunteer, I think this is a good chance to let me join you and help them.
My name is Mohd. Abdul Saeed Khan popularly known as Saeed Khan Falahi. I am from India. I work for Human rights, Minorities rights, Rights of women and girls, Rights of children and global peace. Global peace may be possible if we all adopt the humanity in our action truly and honestly.