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India in the UN about 'caste persons and child labor E-mail
India yesterday in the Human Rights Council by many countries about violations of human rights of Dalits ( "caste discharge") and other disadvantaged groups. This happened under the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), the country test "that all members of the Council must make.
Netherlands was one of the three countries with the task, the UPR of India guide. Self Netherlands asked what India has done with the recommendations of the Anti-Discrimination Commission of the UN (CERD) to India in March last year sharply criticized because of the''continuing violence against and segregation of Dalits''. There are approximately 170 million Dalits in India.

The Indian government responded, inter alia, that the national problems that must be resolved. Unlike other countries in the CERD India is not that caste discrimination under the UN Anti-Discrimination Treaty.

Many countries, including the Netherlands, India also spoke on the subject of child labor. For example, India as one of the few countries still both conventions against child labor (on the minimum age for work and on the worst forms of child labor) is not signed. Germany asked what India has done to the current law against child labor in practice. They are mainly children of Dalits and tribal groups - 80 million in number - who are victims of child labor and child slavery.

Dr. Umakant of the (Indian) National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights "said the Indian response:''India has another undesirable arrogance and rhetoric displayed in the reporting and discussion of its human rights obligations under the UN system.''

IDSN, NCDHR and IMADR argue that the concept''UN Principles and Guidelines for the fight against discrimination based on work and descent''- the UN term for caste discrimination - as soon as possible by the Human Rights Council. In total, approximately 260 million worldwide (especially South Asia, Japan and Africa) the murdered of this form of discrimination.

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