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National Seminar on Media Perspectives on Human Rights Organised by Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-110025

Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
 
Invites you to the National Seminar
on
MEDIA PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN RIGHTS
29-30 March 2005
 
Venue: Committee Room, University Guest House, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), New Delhi
  
29.03.2005
   
9.30-10.00 AM 
 
Registration and Tea
Inaugural Session    
10.00 -11.00 AM
 
Welcome: Prof. S M Sajid, Hony. Director, NMCPCR, JMI
 
Introduction of Theme: Mr. Ajit Bhattacharjea, Senior Journalist
 
Presidential Remarks: Prof. Mushirul Hasan, Vice-Chancellor, JMI
 
Keynote Address: Mr. A G Noorani, Advocate, Supreme Court
 
Vote of Thanks
11.00-11.15 AM
 
TEA
     
I Session
   
11.15-1.30 PM   "NORTH EAST, KASHMIR, NAXALITES"
 
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Chair: Mr. Sanjoy Hazarika, Managing Trustee, Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research (C-NES), New Delhi
 
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Resource person (Media & North East): Mr. Sanat K. Chakraborty, Editor, Grassroots Options  (20 mins.)
 
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Resource person (Media & Kashmir): Ms. Humra Quraishi, Journalist  (20 mins.)
 
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Resource person (Media & Naxalites): Mr. K G Kannabiran, Social Activist (20 mins.)
 
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Discussion 
1.30-2.15 PM
 
LUNCH
 
   
II Session
   
2.15-4.30 PM   "MINORITIES, CASTES, TRIBES"
 
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Chair: Prof. A R Vijapur, Dept. of Political Science, Aligarh Muslim University
 
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Resource person (Media & Minorities): Mr. Saeed Naqvi, Journalist (20 mins.)
 
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Resource person (Media & Dalits): ----------------------------- (20 mins.) 
 
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Resource person(Media & Tribes): Mr. S R Hiremath, Social Activist (20 mins.)
 
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Discussion
4.30 PM   TEA
     
30.03.2005
   
Perspective Lectures    
10.00 -11.00 AM   "MEDIA PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN RIGHTS: AN OVERVIEW" 
  = Resource person: Dr. N Bhaskara Rao, Chairman, Executive Board, Centre for Media Studies, New Delhi  (15 mins.)
  = "INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM"
  = Resource person: Mr. Vir Sanghvi, Editorial Director, Hindustan Times (15 mins.)
  = Discussion
11.00 - 11.15 AM  
TEA
     
III Session    
11.15 -1.15 PM
  "DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS (GENDER, EDUCATION, AND THE RIGHT TO LIVELIHOOD)"
  = Chair: Mr. S R Hiremath, Social Activist
  = Resource person (Media & Rt. to Livelihood):  Mr. Devinder Sharma, Food and Trade Policy Analyst  (20 mins.)
  = Resource person (Media & Education):--------------------------- (20 mins.)
  = Resource person (Media & Gender): Ms. Madhu Kishwar, Activist Scholar (20 mins.)
  = Discussion
1.15-2.15 PM  
LUNCH
     
IV Session    
2.15 - 4.15 PM  
  "JUDICIARY, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECURITY AGENCIES" 
  = Chair: Dr. Kadayam S. Subramaniam, IPS retd.
  = Resource person(Media & Role of Judiciary): Mr. Krishan Mahajan, Advocate, Supreme Court  (15 mins.)
  = Resource person(Media & Role of Human Rights Organizations): Mr. Javed Laiq, Journalist (15 mins.)
  = Resource person (Media & Role of Police): Dr. Kadayam S. Subramaniam, IPS retd. (15 mins.)
  = Resource person(Media & Role of Security Forces): Mr. E N Rammohan, IPS retd., Ex DG, BSF (15 mins.)
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Discussion
     
Closing Session
= Summing up:  Prof. S M Sajid, Hony. Director, NMCPCR, JMI (15 mins.)
4.15 - 5.00 PM = Follow-up (Open Session): Prof. S M Sajid, Hony. Director, NMCPCR, JMI & Dr. Savyasaachi, Reader, Dept. of Sociology, JMI (30 mins.)

 

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