AIDWA

Conference & Conventions

Inspiring Conference Against Untouchability in Tamil Nadu

  25 August, 2002 R Chandra AN important aspect of democratic revolution is the elimination of caste oppression in general and of oppression of scheduled castes and tribes in particular. The CPI(M) and the mass organisations led by CPI(M) activists have taken important steps in recent times to carry forward the struggle against the oppression of Dalits and other exploited sections. The All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) has been in the forefront in taking up the cause of Dalits at the national and lower levels. The Tamilnadu state uni...

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Haryana Convention against attacks on constitutional rights by Caste Panchayats

  28 November, 2004   SWAMI Agnivesh warned that infringement of constitutional rights by self-styled gotras, castes and religious panchayats passing fatwas against women, dalits, minorities must stop or else these attacks against the weaker sections will be taken up at the United Nations Committee Against Slavery (of which he is the chairperson) as well as on the national and international fora. He was among a battery of distinguished intellectuals, social workers, women and dalit leaders who expressed their determination to fight against...

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Founding Conference of Uttarakhand AIDWA

  8 July 2001 Subhashini Ali A NEW state committee of AIDWA for the newly formed state of Uttarakhand was elected at the founding conference held on June 16, in Dehra Dun. 84 delegates from 6 districts of the state - Dehra Dun, Almora, Tehri, Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Hardwar, attended the conference. After the flag-hoisting and offering of homage to martyrs, the conference was inaugurated by Subhashini Ali, working president of AIDWA, UP state committee. After the inauguration, Indu Naudiyal placed a short report of work done in the districts over...

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PROFILE OF DELEGATES OF 9th AIDWA CONFERENCE

9th NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF AIDWA, KANPUR, 9-12 NOVEMBER 2010 PROFILE OF DELEGATES: State: State No. of Delegates Andhra Pradesh     71 Assam     28 Bihar   &n...

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Final National Report for 9th AIDWA CONFERENCE2010

We now examine the major national issues and developments of the last three years and how they have affected women’s lives and our movement. Rising Prices and a Weakened PDS For the mass of women of India, the greatest source of worry and tension has been the huge increase in prices that has led to a collapse of household budgets, especially of the poor. The rise in the prices of essential commodities, particularly food has been astronomical. The price of tur dal climbed to an unheard level of Rs 100 per kg, sugar reached Rs 50 per kg and commonly consumed cereals such as whea...

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NEW OFFICE BEARERS OF 9TH AIDWA CONFERENCE

AIDWA’S NEW CENTRAL OFFICE-BEARERS PRESIDENT Shyamali Gupta VICE-PRESIDENTS M.C. Josephine   Rama Das   Subhashini Ali  ...

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9TH AIDWA CONFERENCE RESOLUTION ON THE AYODHYA JUDGMENT

ALL INDIA DEMOCRATIC WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION Ninth National Conference 9th to 12th November 2010, Kanpur Ahilya Rangnekar Nagar, Kalindi Deshpande Manch   RESOLUTION ON THE AYODHYA JUDGMENT                                                                  &nbs...

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