Caste, Ambedkar, and Contemporary India

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Dalit Christians Focuses to highlight plight of Dalits in the world.

Dalit Foundation focuses on segments living in extreme poverty and facing acute caste-based discrimination, and works towards strengthening these communities, with a special focus on women. Another area of intervention is capacity building and networking for Dalit organizations and activists

The Dalit Freedom Network partners with the Dalits in their quest for religious freedom, social justice, and human rights by mobilizing human, informational, and financial resources.

Dalit Network Nederland As a member of the International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) DNN works to influence the policy of the EU, the United Nations, the World Bank and multinational companies towards problems of Dalits throughout the world.

Dalit Solidarity is committed to the principles of justice and equality for all Indians, regardless of caste, race, gender or religion. This commitment is expressed by providing access to quality health care and education, by making economic opportunities available for India's poorest citizens, and by working to protect human rights.

Dalit Voice is India's largest circulated journal of the oppressed, fighting against mainstream dailies and periodicals which have totally ignored the plight of the original inhabitants.

Dalit Welfare Organization (DWO) is a non-profit, non-political social organization aiming to eliminate the existing caste-based discrimination in Nepali society since its establishment in 1994. DWO is a national level organization that consists 30 district chapters. The organization is governed by executive committee (board), which is chosen by general assembly.

Dalit Women Power is committed to educate and empower poor rural women around Bodh Gaya (Bihar) in their quest for greater self reliance and economic sustainability.

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar & his people many texts and links to resources on Dr. Ambedkar and Dalits.

Feminist Dalit Organization (FEDO) is a national level organization dedicated to the rights of Dalit women in Nepal established 10 years ago is now well known Dalit women’s organization and has earned a good reputation. This is established in 1994 by a group of concerned educated women from the Dalit community.

International Dalit Solidarity Network IDSN brings together organisations, institutions and individuals concerned with caste-based discrimination and aims to link grassroots priorities with international mechanisms and institutions to make an effective contribution to the liberation of those affected by caste discrimination.

Jana Utthana Pratisthan the primary mission of JUP is to assist in the development of vulnerable communities of Nepal with focus on self-reliance.

The National Campaign for Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) is a coalition of Dalit Human Rights activists, civil society organizations, journalists, and academics who are committed to ending the caste-based discrimination and “untouchability” practices that deny human rights and dignity to 170 million Indian citizens – one sixth of India’s population. 

National Conference of Dalit Organizations (NACDOR) is a growing grass-roots movement, committed to Dalits and their cause, collaborates with boader secular,

Nepal Dalit Information resources aims to bring out the ground realities, contemporary issues and relevant information serving as a resource database relating to Nepalese Dalits in efforts of contributing to three steps in the path of their upliftment, "education, organization and struggle" as laid down by Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. 



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