• Thursday, March 23, 2023


Teach equality in India’s classrooms to end discrimination, says activist

An end to discrimination needs to end at a young age says Tiphagne

By: Eastern Eye Staff

Efforts to combat discrimination against India’s lower castes, religious minorities and women must begin in the classroom, with children holding the key to ending deep-rooted prejudices, a human rights campaigner said. According to the Amnesty International’s annual report for 2015-16, gender and caste based discrimination and violence has “remained pervasive” in India, with increasing censorship and attacks on freedom of expression over the last year. “Equality has to be taught in classrooms. We have to invest in fostering values of human rights,” said lawyer and human rights activist Henri Tiphagne. Tiphagne, founder of the non-profit group People’s Watch, which documents…

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