South Asian Colloquium On Human Rights And Development
The Colloquium is different from other human rights courses because it combines capacity-building through lectures and readings, with peer learning through the exchange of experiences among participants, speakers and organizers. In its seven years of existence, the Colloquium became a crucial forum in which organizations from the South can think about their common challenges and create new strategies for collaboration. Furthermore the jurisprudence of international and regional human rights bodies and the decisions of courts throughout the Commonwealth should be disseminated to judges, lawyers and public officials. In these ways a global culture of respect for human rights can be fostered. It is in this context that South Asian charter of human rights, similar to regional human rights conventions elsewhere, would make a significant contribution to the protection of human rights throughout South Asia.
Vijay Kumar Gupta
Vijay Kumar Gupta was born in 1953. He did his Graduation from Delhi University. He has widely traveled in USA, Canada, European, African and Asian Countries. Therefore, he is having knowledge about the Gender Discrimination and Human Rights. He had focused on finding ways to improve the relationship among people. He is also managing editor of ten reputed international journals. He is also a publisher who helps upcoming and established authors to spread their knowledge on different subjects through books that could reach each and every meritorious student.
1.South Asia and the Impact of Globalization on Human Rights --Pg. 1
2. Conflict in Sri Lanka: Considerations --Pg. 49
3. Manifold Challenge and Human Rights --Pg. 77
4. Threat to Global Peace --Pg. 97
5. Conflict Resolution in South Asia --Pg. 109
6. Development of Bangladesh in the 1980s --Pg. 131
7. Towards a Human Rights Regime --Pg. 147
8. Development in South Asia --Pg. 171
9. Human Rights Drama Featuring Burma 233