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India: Text of statement calling for People’s March in Defence of the Republic - 30 January 2016

Monday 1 February 2016, by siawi3

Source: http://sacw.net/article12331.html

India: Text of statement calling for People’s March in Defence of the Republic - 30 January 2016

Call to All Secular Groups, People’s Movements

30 January 2016

People’s March in Defence of the Republic
गणतंत्र की हिफाज़त में अवामी जुलूस

MANDI HOUSE TO JANTAR MANTAR [New Delhi]

Assemble at 11 am; January 30, 2016

Call to All Secular Groups, People’s Movements

JOIN US

We members of the Indian public are deeply concerned with the grave assaults that are being mounted on the Republic. This most diverse country in the world belongs equally to all persons who make it its own, regardless of their religious faith (or for that matter, their denial of faith), their caste, gender, class, language, ethnicities, physical and mental abilities, gender identity and sexual orientation. This is the promise that we had made to ourselves during the Independence movement. This is the soul of India’s secular, socialist democratic Constitution. This also is the meaning of Part IV—A of the Constitution of India that prescribes the fundamental duties of all Indian citizens: to respect ‘the composite culture of India, to ’develop the scientific temper’, ’spirit of reform’ and ‘critical enquiry’ and to ‘cherish the ideas that inspired the struggle for Indian Independence.

As people of this vast and diverse land, affirm, we uphold and defend the constitutional values of the Indian Republic as elaborated in the preamble of the Constitution – of freedom, justice, equality and fraternity. In brutal contrast to these values, the political forces represented by the so-called Sangh Parivar are trying to subvert our Constitution by imposing upon the whole country their ideology of majoritarian tyranny, persisting caste and gender inequality, religious intolerance, and abolition of dissent. These forces did not participate in India’s struggle for freedom and never reconciled to India’s secular, socialistic, democratic Constitution, and its categorical assertions about the abolition of caste and equality of all persons. Today they have entered into a dangerous alliance with neo-liberal market fundamentalists and a section of unscrupulous capitalists and financiers who see constitutional democracy as a hurdle in the path of so-called ‘development’.

This alliance of religious fanatics and neo-liberals want nothing less than an overthrow of the state’s constitutional commitment to social welfare, the public provisioning of health, education and social security, affirmative action for women, Dalits and Adivasis; the freedom of belief and worship of religious minorities; and the subversion of the criminal justice system.

The implementation of this authoritarian agenda would lead to the destruction of the Indian Republic. Today our society is witness to increasing religious polarization and fear; and attacks on women, Dalits, Adivasis, religious minorities and working people; the criminal neglect of agriculture leading to an epidemic of farmer suicides; the theft of natural resources; and attacks on livelihoods and workers’ rights; gender violence; the neglect of persons with disabilities; discrimination against Dalit students in schools and universities across the country; and the persecution of people marginalised on the basis of their gender identity and sexual orientation.. Worst of all, the members and allies of the so-called Sangh Parivar are bent upon curbing our freedoms. They tell people what to wear, write and speak; whom to love and what to eat.

Today no one – least of the Hindus whom they claim to represent - is spared the poison being spread in our society by leaders and activists of the Hindutva brigade. All critical voices are dubbed anti-national and asked to leave the country. All this is accompanied by open intimidation that often leads to violence. It is significant that in the recently concluded state elections in Bihar, the Election Commission was obliged to take note of the communal propaganda being spread by the BJP. It is a matter of concern that the Prime Minister of India could resort to divisive propaganda in his speeches in that election.

This climate of intimidation has led to mounting fear among dissenters and minorities of all kinds. Contrary to the propaganda against those who have stood up for democracy, this fear is not an invention of partisan critics of the Modi government. It is real, urgent and dangerous. The lynching of Mohammad Akhlaq in Dadri on the rumour that he ate beef; the assassination of rationalists Dr. Narendra Dabholkar and Shri Govind Pansare; and of the religious scholar Professor Kalburgi; and the continued criminalisation of sexual minorities under Section 377, are manifestations of this climate of intolerance and intimidation.

It is this same climate of intolerance that had led months after India’s freedom to Nathuram Godse’s assassination of Mahatma Gandhi on January 30, 1948, and which resulted in a ban on the RSS, at the initiation of Sardar Patel as Home Minister. Some months ago members of the ruling dispensation were openly celebrating Gandhi’s assassin as a great hero. It is the current climate of continuing social inequality that led to the heart-breaking suicide of Rohith, declaring that his birth is his fatal accident; and the unmaking of the developmental state that has led to grave cutbacks on social sector public spending on health and education; to curbing of labour rights; to reckless dilution of environmental protections; and the bullying of dissent.

As inheritors of a secular and democratic Constitution, it is our duty to resist this assault on the Indian Union. We call upon all those who cherish the statutes, values and ideals of the Republic, to join our march from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar on January 30, 2016, in defence of Indian democracy.

A C Michael , Former Member of Delhi Minorities Commission
A Chinnappan, National Secretary, All India Catholic Union
A.K. Arun - Yuva Samvad
Abdul Kabeer
Abhay Xaxa, NCDHR
Aditya Prasad, Writer, Bangalore
Aditya Shrivastava, Right to Food Campaign
Agnelo Vaz sj, Premal jyothi , Ahmedabad
Ajaya Kumar Singh, Bhubaneswar
AK Ramakrishnan, Prof, JNU
Akhil Kang, Lawyer, Delhi
Akkai Padmashali , Social Activist, Ondede ,Bangalore
Alana Golmei, Northeast Support Centre & Helpline
Alexander Afzal- Let Us Stay Together
Ali Ahmed, Writer and blogger, Delhi
Ali Javed, PWA
Allwyn D’Silva, Secretary, Climate Change Desk, Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences
Amir Rizvi, designer, Mumbai
Amit Sengupta, journalist, Delhi
Amitava Mitra , NAPM West Bengal
Anand Lakhan
Anand Mazgaonkar, Paryavaran Suraksh Samiti, NAPM Gujarat
Anand Patwardhan, film maker
Anant Bhatnagar, PUCL, Ajmer
Aneka, Bangalore
Anhad
Anil Panikkar, Hisar
Anjali Monteiro, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
Anjum Aamir Khan, Khudai Khidmatgar
Annie Namala, WNTA
Annie Raja, National Federation of Indian Women
Antara Dev Sen, journalist
Antony Arul Valan, Chennai
Antony Arulraj, Social Worker, New Delhi
Anuja Gupta, Feminist Activist, Delhi
Anuradha Chenoy, professor, JNU
Anuradha Kapoor, Feminist Activist
Apoorvanand, Professor Department of Hindi, Delhi University
Aruna Roy, social activist, MKSS, Rajasthan
Arundhati Dhuru, NAPM, UP
Asad Ashraf, journalist, Delhi
Asad Zaidi, writer and publisher
Ashish Mamgaim, journalist, Delhi
Ashish Ranjan – Jan Jagran Shakti Sangathan, NAPM Bihar
Ashok Bharti, National Confederation of Dalit Adivasi Orgs (NACDAOR)
Ashok Maridas, Documentary FilmMaker, Bangalore
Ashok Vajpayi, writer, poet
Asif Iqbal, Dhanak
Astha Pando, Nine is Mine
Atul Sood, Professor, JNU
Avinash Kumar
Ayesha Kidwai, Professor, JNU
B S Rawat Jan Sangharsh Vahini, NAPM, Delhi
B.Banerjee, Hyderabad
B4- BACHPAN, BACHAV, BADHNA, BACHAV
Babu Thomas, Director Inter Dimensions, Bangalore
Balendra Vaghela , Swaroday, Rajkot
Battini Rao, Convener, Peoples Alliance for Democracy and Secularism
Bharti Ali, Co-Director, HAQ: Centre for Child Rights, New Delhi
Bhasha Singh, Journalist, Writer, Delhi
Bihar Ambedkar Student’s Forum
Braham Yadav, Nishant Natya Manch, Delhi
C R Neelkandan, NAPM Kerala
Centre for Policy Analysis
Centre for Social Dignity
Centre for Social Equity and Inclusion
Chirashree Das Gupta, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Cletus Daisy, Director, St. Joseph’s Guntur Andhra Pradesh
Cynthia Kumar, Sur Nirman
D. Albert, S.J.Social Activist, Pathardi, Maharashtra
Dakshin Chhara, Activist, Gujarat
Deepan Kannan, Chennai
Dev Desai, Anhad, Gujarat
Dhrubo Jyoti, Delhi
Dhruv Raina, Professor, JNU
Dhruv Sangari, musician
Dilip Simeon, People’s Alliance for Democracy and Secularism
Dinesh Abrol, Delhi
Dipak Dholakia, Delhi
Dolphy A. D’Souza, Convenor, Police Reforms Watch, Mumbai
Dr Aditya Narayan Misra, Former President Federation of Central Universities Teachers Association ( FEDCUTA) & Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA)
Dr Alex Ekka, Profession: Teacher, Ranchi
Dr Ambrose Pinto SJ, Principal, St Aloysius Degree College, Bangalore
Dr Annie Medical Supdt Guntur AP
Dr Arif Mohhmed, Centre for Harmony and Peace, Varanasi
Dr Benny Chiramel, Social worker, Thiruvananthapuram
Dr Denzil Fernandes, on behalf of Social Action Trust
Dr Gabriele Dietrich, Madurai
Dr John Dayal, Member NIC, past president, All India catholic Union
Dr Joy Ilemon- KSSP Delhi Forum
Dr Nalini Abraham, M.D.
Dr Pushpa M Bhargava, Former Vice Chairman, National Knowledge Commission,
Dr Rahul Singh, Nishant Natya Manch
Dr Sant Prakash
Dr Subash Mohapatra, Rights Campaigner, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Dr Subhan Khan, Patron, Mewat Development Society
Dr Sunilam, Samjawadi Samagam
Dr Surendra Kumar, Department of History, University of Delhi
Dr Suresh Mathew, Editor, Indian Currents Weekly
Dr Varghese Manimala, Professor
Dr Walter Fernandes, North Eastern Social Research Centre, Guwahati
Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan, the Milli Gazette
Dr. Hector D’Souza SJ, Educationist, Guwahati
Dr. John Rose SJ, Xavier Institute of Engineering, Mahim, Mumbai.
Dr. Neeti Bhai, Social and Human Right Activist, Varanasi
Dunu Roy, social activist, Delhi
Dvijendra Nath Kalia - PGDAV College, University of Delhi
Elizabeth Thomas, designer, concerned citizen
Executive Director of People’s Action for Rural Awakening
Faisal Khan, Khudai Khidmatgar, NAPM Haryana
Faraz Ahmad
Farhat Salim, Scholar, School of Development Studies , Ambedkar University
Feroz Khan Ghazi, SAMLA, Delhi
Feroze Mithiborwala, National President, Bharat Bachao Andolan
Firdaus Ahmed, journalist, Delhi
Fr Cedric Prakash, Human Rights Activist
Francis Parmar, Gujarat.
Gabriel Tirkey, SJ, New Delhi
Garment Labour Union, NAPM, Karnataka, NAPM, Karnataka
Gautam Thaker, PUCL, Gujarat
Geetha Ramakrishnan, Unorganised Sector Workers Federation, NAPM, TN
Godfrey D Lima, Educationist; Nashik City
Hanook Bhatti, Christian Yuva Morcha, Punjab
Haridas T, Dwarka Collective
Harinesh Pandya, Janpath, Gujarat
Harsh Kapoor, http://sacw.net/
Harsh Mander, social activist, writer
Hemant Shah, Professor, Gujarat
Henri Tiphagne, Executive Director, People’s Watch, Madurai
Ideal Academy
Indu Prakash Singh, Human Rights Defender, Forum against Corruption & Threats
Iqbal Ahmad, Jamia Collective
Irfan Engineer, Director, Centre for Study of Society and Secularism, Mumbai
Irshad Ahmad, President, AMU Old Boys Association
J S Walia, NAPM Haryana
Jabar Singh, NAPM, Uttarakhand
Jagmohan Singh, Professor, Ludhiana
Jamia Teacher’s Solidarity Association.
Jamsheed Rizwani
Javed Anand, Citizens for Justice and Peace, Mumbai
Jaya Iyer, Zinda Dilli and Sadak Chaap, Delhi
Jaya Mehta, Sandarbh Collective, Delhi
Jayati Ghosh, Professor, JNU
Jenis Francis, President, Federation of Catholic Associations of Archdiocese of Delhi
Jerome Sequeira Jamshedpur
Jerry Rosario, Dhanam movement, Chennai
Jessy Jagnnathan, Selam
Jignesh Mevani, Activist, Gujarat
Jitendra Baghel, PATWA
Joe Parekatil
Joseph Pulla System Administrator, Guntur AP
Joseph Xavier, Indian Social Institute, Bangalore
Josna Critical Quest
Juhi Jain, Feminist Activist
Julie Antony, Deputy Admin , St. Joseph’s Guntur AP
K. Satchidanandan, writer, poet
K.M.Shrimali, Former Professor of History, Delhi University
K.P. Jayasankar, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
Kailash Meena, NAPM Rajasthan
Kamal Chenoy, Professor, JNU
Kamayani Bali Mahabal, feminist and human rights activist, Mumbai
Kamayani Swami, NAPM Bihar
Kannan Srinivasan Writer, New York
Karen Gabriel, St Stephen’s College
Karolin Fernandez, Business Manager, Guntur AP
Kashif Ahmed Faraz, APCR
Kausar Wizarat, Pehchan
Kiran Shaheen, Memoirist and Activist
KN Panikkar, historian, former Vice Chancellor
Krishnakant - Paryavaran Suraksh Samiti, NAPM Gujarat
Kumar Ambuj, Poet, PWA
Kumar Sundaram, Activist, Gujarat
Kumar.B , Social Activist, Founder Member , PAYANA, Bengaluru
LABIA - A Queer Feminist LBT Collective, Mumbai
Lakshmi Padmanabhan, Research Scholar, Brown University
Leena Dabiru, Lawyer, Delhi
Lingraj Azad Niyamgiri Suraksha Samiti, NAPM, Odisha
M A Bohra, Udaipur
M.Mahalingam, CPA, Delhi
Madhu Sahni, Professor, JNU
Madhuresh Kumar, NAPM, Delhi
Mahendra Yadav, Kosi Navnirman Manch, NAPM Bihar
Mahesh Pandya, Gujarat Social Watch, Gujarat
Mahi Pal Singh, Editor,The Radical Humanist.
Manan Trivedi, social activist, Gujarat
Manasi Thapliyal, associate professor, AUD
Manish Shrivastava, Gen. Secy. IPTA Delhi State
Manju, Socail Activist, Hyderabad
Maya Krishna Rao, theatre artist
Medha Patkar - Narmada Bachao Andolan, NAPM
Meera – Narmada Bachao Andolan, NAPM, MP
Mehul Manguben , Writer, Gujarat
Mike sj , social activist, Jamshedpur
Minakshi Bujarbaruah, Researcher, TISS, Guwahati
Minakshi Singh, Samarpan
Mohd Aamir Khan, Human Rights Activist, Delhi
Mohd Asif Khan, Nai Umang Nai Soch
Mohd Azam Khan, entrepreneur, Hyderabad
Mohd Shahid, Professor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad
Mohnish Malhotra, Delhi
Moulee, Chennai
Mukul Mangalik, Ramas College, University of Delhi
Mukul Priyadarshini - Deptt. of Elementary Education, Miranda House, DU
Muralidharan, Convener, Delhi Viklang Adhikar Manch
N. Jayaram, Journalist, Bangalore
N.D.Pancholi, General Secretary, Citizens for Democracy
Nafisa Barot, Utthan, Ahmedabad
Nai Umang Nai Soch
Nalini Taneja, University of Delhi
Nandini Sundar, Delhi University
Nandita Narain, Associate Prof, St.Stephen’s College, DU
Nasiruddin, Journalist
National Campaign for Dalit Human Rights
National Equity Forum
National Federation of Human Rights Clubs in Schools
Navaid Hamid, President All India Muslim Majlis e Mushawarat, ex Member, NIC
Navdeep Kumar
Nazariya- A Queer Feminist Resource Group, New Delhi
Nazneen Shaikh, Activist, Babasaheb Ambedkar, Dhule
Neelima Sharma, Nishant Natya Manch
Neera Chandhoke, former professor, Delhi University
Niloufer Bhagwat, advocate, Mumbai
Nine Is Mine, Delhi
Nisha Verma, Samarpan
Nitya Jacob, Author, Jalyatra
Nivedita Menon, Professor, JNU
NoMore Campaign, New Delhi
Noorjahan Diwan, WAFAA
Ovais Sultan Khan, Activist, Delhi
Owen Chourappa
P Chennaiah , NAPM Andhra Pradesh
P K Vijayan, Hindu College
P.I. Jose, lawyer, Delhi
P.K.Manikandhan, KSSP Delhi forum
Padmini Kumar, Joint Women’s Programme, Delhi
Pankti Jog, Activist, MAGP, Ahmedabad
Pawan Dhall, Varta Trust, Kolkata
Peeter Cheeda, Christian Samson Sena, Punjab
People’s Action for Rural Awakening
Prabhat Patnaik, Professor, JNU
Pradeep Esteves, Activist, Context India, Bangalore
Prafulla Samantara - Lok Shakti Abhiyan, NAPM, Odisha
Prakash N.Shah, Editor Nirikshak, Gujarat
Prasad Bagwe, NAPM, Maharashtra
Prathama Banerjee, Associate Professor, CSDS, Delhi
PRATYeK, Delhi
Praveen Jha, Professor of Economics,JNU
Praveen Singh, social activist, NOIDA
Prem Verma, Convenor, Jharkhand Nagrik Prayas, Ranchi
Prof. Arif Kalim Usmani, Principal, Universal High School & Jr. College, Thane
Prof. Ghanshyam Shah, academician, Gujarat
Prof. Manoj K. Jha, Department of Social Work, University of Delhi
Prof. V.K. Tripathi, Retd. IIT Delhi
Pt. Kuldeep Vyas, Advocate, Jaipur
R. Manohar, Human Rights Defenders Alert India (HRDA-India)
R. Meera, Women’s Initiatives (WINS), Andhra Pradesh
R. Vaishno Bharati, Researcher, Bangalore
Radhika Alkazi, Ashtha, CRPT
Rafi Malek , Activist, Gujarat
Rajashri Dasgupta, Journalist, Kolkata
Rajat Datta, Profession: Professor, JNU.
Rajendra K Sail, Human Rights Defender, Chhattisgarh
Rajendra Ravi, NAPM, Delhi
Rajesh Sinha, freelance journalist
Rajesh Umadevi, Sangama
Rajinder Arora, Delhi
Rajive Tiwari - Professor of Physics, Bellmont Abbey College
Rajni Bhagat Arora, Delhi
Rajni Kant Mudgal, Pravasi Jan Manch
Rakesh Sharma, Film-maker
Ram Puniyani, writer, social activist
Rama Srinivasan, Research Scholar, Brown University
Ramakrishnan Raju – NAPM Andhra Pradesh
Ramesh Bairy, Dept of HSS, IIT, Mumbai
Ramjan Choudhry, Mewat Sangharsh Samiti
Ramsharan Joshi, Journalist, Delhi
Raza Haider, Siksha
Razia Ismail, Inter-Faith Dialogue Forum
Reyaz Ahmad, Jamia Collective
Richa Singh, NAPM, UP
Ritwik Agrawal, St. Stephen’s College, Delhi
Rohini Hensman, writer, Mumbai
Rohit Prajapati, Activist, Gujarat
Rohit, Assistant Professor, JNU
Ruby, Lok Manch Secretariat, Indian Social Institute, New Delhi
Rudolf C. Heredia, Jesuit Residence, Campion High School, Mumbai
Rukmini V P, NAPM, Karnataka
S. P. Shukla, Former Member, Planning Commission
S.B. Upadhyay, Faculty of History, IGNOU, New Delhi.
S.Q.Masood, Center for Peace Studies, Hyderabad
S.Velanganni s.j.,Kalol, Gujarat
Sajeev Painunkal, Counselor, Kolkata
Sandeep Messey- United Christian Forum
Sanghamitra Misra, Department of History, University of Delhi
Sanjay Krishna, Ashray Adhikar Manch
Sanjay Sharma, Aahwan India
Sanjeev Kumar, Delhi Forum
Sanjiv Bhatt, former IPS, Gujarat
Sankara Narayanan
Sannybhai, JESA Secretariat, Indian Social Institute, Delhi
Sarika Shrivastava, NFIW, Indore
Sarojini , Odisha
Satish Deshpande, Sociologist, Delhi
Saurabh Vajpeyi, National Movement Front.
Save the Children India, Delhi
Sebastian Nallail
Seema Mustafa, journalist
Shabnam Hashmi, social activist, Delhi
Shabnam Shaikh, NAPM, Delhi.
Shail Mayaram, Delhi
Shamsul Islam, Nishant Natya Manch
Shiburaj A.K, Hyderabad
Shiburaj A.K, Associate Coordinator (Documentation), Kishore Bharati, Bhopal
Shivani Lal, People’s Watch
Shweta Bhatt, Gujarat
Sister Celia - Domestic Workers Union, NAPM, Karnataka
Socialist Yuvajan Sabha
Sofiya Khan, Human Rights Activist, Gujarat
Sohail Hashmi, filmmaker, writer
Sreedharan Nair, Director, Family Planning Association of India
Steve Rocha- Nine is Mine
Students Front for Swaraj
Sube Singh, PATWA
Suhas Kolhekar, NAPM, Maharashtra
Sujatha, JNU
Sujato Bhadra, NAPM West Bengal
Sukhdeep Singh, Founder, Editor, Gaylaxy Magazine
Sukla Sen, anti-nuke peace activist, Mumbai
Sumegha Gulati, Former Journalist with Indian Express, Delhi
Sunil Gupta, Delhi
Sunil Gupta, Researcher, Delhi
Sunil Kuksal, People’s Watch
Suniti SR, NAPM, Maharashtra
Suresh Bhat, Retired Engineer, Mangaluru
Suroor, Advocate.
Suvasini Chandrasekhran - Deptt. Of Elementary Education, Miranda House, DU
Swaraj Abhiyan
Syeda Hamid, former Planning Commission member
Teesta Setalvad, Citizens for Justice and Peace, Mumbai
Thomas Pallithanam, National convener of WNTA
Uday Prakash, writer
UK Sharda, Editor, the Egalitarian Fortnightly, Ludhiana
Uma Chakravarti, feminist historian, Delhi
Umer Padla, Mewat Vikas Sabha
Umesh.P (Uma), Social Activist, Founder Jeeva, Bangalore
United Christian Forum, Ghaziabad
Uttam Parmar, PUCL, Gujarat
Uzramma, Hyderabad
V. Joseph Xavier, Director, St. Joseph’s Institute of Management, Trichy, TN
Vargheesh Antony M, Coordinator SAMAG TEAM, Vidyajyoti College, Delhi
Vasanthi Raman, Social Scientist and Activist
Vibhuti Narain Rai, writer, former Vice Chancellor
Vidyadhar Gadgi, Goa
Vijayesh Lal, on behalf of Religious Liberty Commission
Vimal Bhai - Matu Jan Sangathan, NAPM, Uttarakhand
Vimal Thorat, NCDHR
Vineet Tiwari, Poet, PWA)
Vinod Koshti, Cultural Activist, IPTA Delhi
Vinodhini Moses, National General Secretary, YWCA India
Virendra Yadav, PWA, Lucknow
Vivek Sakpal, Peoples Literature Publications
Vrinda Grover, lawyer, Delhi
Wada Na Todo Abhiyan
Waqar Qazi, Social Activist, Gujarat
Wilfred D’ Costa, INSAF
Xavier Jeyaraj, Research Scholar, St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata
Zafar Eqbal, Aman Biradari, Delhi
Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, Siasat, Hyderabad
Zakia Soman, BMMA, Gujarat
Zamser Ali, President, BTAD Citizen Rights Forum
Zoya Hasan, Professor Emeritus, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Zulaikha Jabin, Shambhavi

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Aahwan India
Academics for Action and Development
Ahmedabad Collective
All India Catholic Union
Aman Biradari, Delhi
AMU Old Boys Association
Anhad
Ashray Adhikar Manch
Ashtha, CRPT
B4- BACHPAN, BACHAV, BADHNA, BACHAV
Centre for Policy Analysis
Centre for Research and Policy in Disability
Centre for Social Dignity
Centre for Social Equity and Inclusion
Christian Samson Sena, Punjab
Christian Yuva Morcha, Punjab
Citizens for Democracy
Delhi Forum
Delhi Viklang Adhikar Manch
Dhanak
Dwarka Collective
Forum Against Corruption & Threats
Ideal Academy
Jamia Collective
Joint Women’s Programme
Khudai Khidmatgar
KSSP -Delhi Forum
Let Us Stay Together
Manav Ekta Samiti ,Gujarat
Mewat Development Society
Mewat Sangharsh Samiti
Mewat Vikas Sabha
Nai Umang Nai Soch
NAPM
National Campaign for Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR)
National Confederation of Dalit Adivasi Orgs (NACDAOR)
National Equity Forum
National Federation of Human Rights Clubs in Schools
National Federation of Indian Women
National Movement Front
Nazariya- A Queer Feminist Resource Group, New Delhi
Nine Is Mine, Delhi
NoMore Campaign, New Delhi
Northeast Support Centre & Helpline
Pehchan
People’s Watch
People’s Action for Rural Awakening
Peoples Alliance for Democracy and Secularism (PADS)
PRATYeK, Delhi
Public Auto Taxi Welfare Association (PATWA)
PWA
Religious Liberty Commission
Right to Food Campaign
SAMAG TEAM, Vidyajyoti College, Delhi
Samarpan
SAMLA
Siksha
Social Action Trust
Students Front for Swaraj
Sur Nirman
United Christian Forum
United Christian Forum, Ghaziabad
Viklang Ekta Manch
Wada Na Todo Abhiyan
WAFAA
Yuva Samvad
YWCA India