Sikh Human Rights Group ECOSOC Consultative status with UN since 2015

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Community Cohesion

Click here Runnymede Trust paper on CCwd and here Shouthall Summarywd

Minorities

Click here minorities wd

SHRG

Click here leaflet.cd wd.conf and here SHRG – WCAR Booklet and here SHRG and Cultural Diversity wd and here SHRG Conference.programme .2 doc and here Shrg un intervention may99wd

Sikhs

Click here Identity and belonging among young Sikhs.2 wd

Diversity

DIVERSITY

Sikh Human Rights Group has been engaged in promotion and defence of diversity since its inception. This is based on one of the core philosophies of Sikhi that creation is both diverse physically and culturally but also co-dependent. Life comes in many forms. Life engages in many forms. It is therefore important that Human Beings respect life in its rich and varied diversity. People and communities have different belief systems, different philosophical systems and different physical attributes. As long as these have some basic respect for the dignity of others, human society should strive to create space and engagement as well as dignity for the various diversities.

SHRG laid its approach to diversity at the World Conference Against Racism in 2001 at Durban. It has been pursuing this since then through conferences, activism and academic papers. Some of the work is attached here with.

There are different strands of work within the Diversity pillar. These include Cultural Diversity, The issue of diversity itself as a philosophy. Gender issues. Institutions and Diversity and SHRG also specialises in issues of diversity concerning Sikhs.

Click here policing.diversity.detailwd

 

 

Cultural Diversity

Click here Cultural Diversity – Southall Report wd

Racism

Click here CD 2003 – conference Leaflet

Foeticide

Click here Case Studies and here foeticide. Event Report Final and here gender foeticide wd

Contact

Pease contact shrg@shrg.net