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Memories of golden moment still fresh in

He was barely 15, when he witnessed the historic event of Dhammachakra Pravartan day - the day when Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar along with his about seven lakh followers...

Bengal Tops SC/ST Maternal Mortality Rat

JNICEF the organisation that funds for the well-being of the children around the globe, has recently came out with a starting fingures, counting West Bengal among the top...

Rural Police Humiliate Pardhi Family

The Ambedkar Centre for Justice and Peace (ACJP) a global human rights organisation registered in India is fighting for justice for pardhi family.

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I am Happy to place on record my appreciation of the unique contribution made, with deep sense of sincerity and committment, by ACJP in the field of improvement in Human Development Indicators for MMRDA.

-Ratnakar Gaikwad
Metropolitian Commissioner & Chief Seceratary

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I am Familiar with the good work of Ambedkar Center for Justice Peace (ACJP), NGO based in Mumbai with global chapters, for the last 6 years and also ACJP contribution in United Nations Human Rights Council (Commission) for the last  two decades focused on Descent (caste) based Discrimination causing unlimited torture and suffering affecting 250 million Dalits and Tribal’s in India and South Asia.

-Justice Anant D. Mane
Former Judge of the Bombay High Court & Chairperson of Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission

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THE ACJP is engaged in handling cases of atrocities talking the help of the national and state level human rights commissions.

The Activities on ACJP have gained visibility over the years. The services of such organizations are no doubt would go a long way in addressing the issues of the Dalits and others living in similar situation.

-A.Ramalah, PH.D.
TATA Institute Of Social Sciences

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