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Human Rights Training for 20 Pastors

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Providing training in human rights for Burmese pastors in Delhi.
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The Burmese refugee and asylum seeker community in Delhi, which numbers over 10,000 people, features 29 Chin churches and fellowships, and 28 pastors who are well respected and influential. Most pastors are not actively involved in human rights issues despite the many problems faced by the Chin community in India. As the pastors play a big role in Chin society, they could bring about many changes if they helped deal with the day-to-day difficulties encountered by their congregations.

In July 2012, CHRO Delhi would like to provide three-day training in human rights for pastors, to enable them to engage not only in religious but also human rights activities on behalf of their church/fellowship members. The training will cover such topics as the meaning of human rights, Christianity and human rights, and women’s rights.

You can help by contributing to the costs for running the training, including hall rental, transportation, stationery and supplies, and honoraria for the trainers.

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Name of Organization Chin Human Rights Organization Delhi
About the Organisation

Logo CHROChin Human Rights organization (CHRO) is a non-governmental non-profit organization legally registered in Canada with branch offices in India, Thailand and in the United States.

Formed in 1995 by a group of Chin activists who began monitoring human rights situation in Chin State and Western Burma along the borders with India and Bangladesh, the CHRO has grown from a small organization to a well-respected and professionally managed human rights organization. The organization aims to promote and protect the rights of Chin people by educating and empowering them through training/workshops and also through advocacy work. The population served includes Chin in Chin state, Burma as well as Chin refugees living in such countries as India and Malaysia.

Total Costs INR 21,545 (approx. CZK 8,000 or EUR 300)
Amount for sponsorship CZK 8,000
Total Number of Shares 16
Location West Delhi
Timeframe June - October 2012
Progress Update July: In the second week of July, CHRO Delhi held a three-day human rights training workshop for 14 pastors that tend to the Burmese refugee community. Participants learned about the universality of human rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, religious freedom and religious persecution, and the links between Christianity and human rights. The participants gave very positive feedback, noting that “understanding human rights could be a tool for more unity and a means to organize our people”.

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