ENSAAF: New Organization Enforces Human Rights and Fights Impunity in India

April 28, 2004 | Comments Off on ENSAAF: New Organization Enforces Human Rights and Fights Impunity in India

ENSAAF—a new U.S.-based organization launched to enforce human rights and fight impunity in India— works with survivors to engage in advocacy and outreach, documents violations, and educates the public about human rights abuses in India. ENSAAF has five programs: United Nations, Media and Human Rights, Human Rights Education, Legal Advocacy and Community Advocacy. ENSAAF, which means Justice in many South Asian languages, acts to implement the international rights to knowledge, justice and reparation. The board of directors comprises human rights lawyers Sukhman Dhami and Jaskaran Kaur, as well as Professor Peter Rosenblum of Columbia Law School.


ENSAAF’s press release discusses its upcoming projects.  ENSAAF has also released the first issue of its Newsletter, ensaaf DISPATCH.


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