Approach

We believe in addressing the issues on discrimination and untouchability by adopting a rights-based, as well as a comprehensive, approach in all of our programmes.​​

What we do

Rights-based approach

In a rights- based approach, every human being is recognized both as a person and as a right-holder. A rights-based approach strives to secure the freedom, well-being and dignity of all people everywhere, within the framework of essential standards and principles, duties and obligations. The rights-based approach supports mechanisms to ensure that entitlements are attained and safeguarded.


Comprehensive approach

We believe in addressing not only the immediate, but also the underlying and particularly the fundamental causes at societal level of related Dalit issues. We need explicitly to tackle issues of participation, governance, and the politics of power, decision making, and empowerment in enhancing the rights of the Dalit and Tribal community.


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