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Seminar on Human Rights

Humancipation group under social project initiatives of Darwin School of Business (DSB) organise a seminar on human rights at Icon Academy on 11th January. Mr. Sawpon Dowerah, Principal of Icon Academy inaugurated the seminar and he elaborately spoken on various aspects of human rights. There was interaction with the audience after his speech. Ranjan K Baruah, Social Projects Coordinator of DSB spoken on Right to Food and other human rights issues. He had appealed to the people to become human rights defender. Many students had participated in the seminar. The seminar was supported by Panos South Asia.

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I am sure for a noble cause everyone should be there for each other. Only then can we be called a true human being.Fellow humanbeings need to care for each other.

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