Ravindran Daniel

Ravindran Daniel es un abogado de derechos humanos de la India. Se desempeñó como director de la División de Derechos Humanos en las misiones de paz de la ONU en Timor Oriental, Libia y Sudán. En 1991, estableció el Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development y fue miembro del comité que inauguró la Red Internacional para los Derechos Económicos, Sociales y Culturales.

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What are the implications of International Human Rights NGOs moving to the South?

By: Ravindran Daniel
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The closure of Amnesty International’s India office raises questions about AI's global strategy and the democratization of the global human rights movement.

Avoiding the “access abyss”: palliative care, pain relief, and human rights

By: Ravindran Daniel
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The last decade has seen major developments in recognizing palliative care and pain treatment as a human rights issue, but governments have a long way to go in ...

 

Addressing systemic inequality in human rights funding

By: Barbara Klugman & Ravindran Daniel & Denise Dora & Maimouna Jallow
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Human rights funding is systemically inequitable, and this will only change when funders provide core support that allows grantee organizations to make their own ...

 

Finding equity: shifting power structures in human rights

By: Barbara Klugman & Ravindran Daniel & Denise Dora & Maimouna Jallow
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The marker of progress towards an equitable human rights ecology is when local and national groups no longer have to wait to be invited in.

The value of diversity in creating systemic change for human rights

By: Barbara Klugman & Ravindran Daniel & Denise Dora & Maimouna Jallow
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The human rights system must value and mobilize the expertise of all players, from local to international levels. This is a work in progress that has only just ...

 

 

 

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