DACHSER RECEIVES 2018 GERMAN CSR AWARD

Long-term terre des hommes collaborator receives honour in the category “Engagement for the Civil Society”. DACHSER has been honored with the German CSR Award, presented by the German CSR Forum, in the “Engagement for the Civil Society” category. Bernhard Simon,

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tdh stall makes a mark at Indo-German Chamber of Commerce 2018 AGM in Mumbai by Ruchika Jauhar

terre des honmes Germany India Programme’s stall, with its well-imagined and cogent messaging and displays, caught the attention of several distinguished visitors to the Indo- German Chamber of Commerce’s 62 nd Annual General Meeting on 20 September, 2018 at Hotel

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Ingrid Mendonca

Regional Coordinator, South Asia – A social scientist by training and a development activist dedicated for close to forty years to advancing the rights of marginalised children, women and their communities. A veteran social worker, with practical familiarity of concrete situations, she has an extensive experience in strategic leadership and humanitarian and social development programme management in cross-cultural settings.

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P. E. Reji

Deputy Regional Co-ordinator, South Asia and Programme Coordinator, South Zone – An erstwhile lecturer, P. E Reji is a devoted development activist working towards the advancement of marginalised communities for over twenty years. With an extensive knowledge of programme development and management, Reji currently plays the dual role of Programme Co-ordinator of South Zone and Deputy Regional Coordinator for tdh South Asia.

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Ritu Mishra

Programme Co-ordinator, North Zone – With two decades in human rights as a journalist, editor and development activist, Ritu has confronted issues of domestic violence, sexual harassment, gender and sexuality to help bring about reforms for vulnerable populations. This gives Ritu powerful insights into all kinds of discrimination and violence against marginalized sections, and a passion to work for a society free from oppression & inequality.

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When the children can’t get to school, bring the school to the children

Not long ago, early morning meant starting the long walk to the city for the child beggars of Jambunatha Bypass. As the name suggests, this is a small hamlet on the bypass road that joins Hospet city to the mining hills. It is inhabited for several decades by a group of nomadic tribal families who live by begging for food and money.

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Eeramma’s empowering step from child labour to “decent work”

Eeramma is one of the many children who remember their childhood only against the backdrop of mines. “I was raised within the mines as my parents and elder siblings all worked there. When I turned 5, there was no question of anganwadi or school.

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How Shruti and her Lambani friends brought colour back into their lives

In the Lambani community, to which Shruthi and her friends Tara Bai, Jothi Bai and Rupa belong most girls are married at 15 and mothers thrice over by the age of 18. If that feels like the start of a difficult life, their problems were multiplied by the denial of access to the forest due to mining, leading to a loss of food security.

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Shiv Shankar Yadav’s journey from multi-awarded player to inspiring coach

With a father in Indian Railways and a mother who is a house wife, Shiv Shankar has 2 sisters and 4 brothers. Perhaps it is his many siblings that makes Shiv Shankar vocal about the issues facing children and youth, especially their ecological rights.

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How brave Jarsini stopped corporal punishment in her school

Jarsini, a Standard 9 student in St. Jude’s Higher Secondary School in the coastal village of Pallam in Kanyakumari is a hero in our eyes. Jarsini and her friends had been facing verbal abuse from a newly appointed school principal for some months.

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