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Human Rights Training Manual in Chin Language

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Training manual in Chin language will be developed to support human rights trainings in the Indo-Burmese border region
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Chin Human Rights Organization Aizawl has been documenting human rights violations that occur in the Chin state of Burma and in relation to the Burmese refugee community in Mizoram state, India. In order to strengthen the process, mass publication of a human rights manual in the Burmese ethnic Chin language is planned.

The manual will stress the universality of human rights and help the Chin people to promote their own rights. If people know their rights, perpetrators cannot abuse them without notice and this can lead to improved situation for all involved. The manual will be distributed to Chin human rights trainers, NGOs, political leaders and local youth groups.

Your can contribute to the creation, translation, publication and distribution costs of the human rights manuals.

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Name of Organization Chin Human Rights Organization Aizawl
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 the Chin State and in 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 the Chin state, Burma, as well as Chin refugees living in India and Malaysia.

Total Costs INR 22,000 (approx. CZK 8,000 / EUR 310 / USD 400)
Amount for sponsorship CZK 8,000
Total Number of Shares 16
Location Aizawl, Mizoram
Timeframe April - September 2013
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The translation of the manual is in progress

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