By Gian Singh Thind, Khushi Ram, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar
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Madam President, The international community takes legitimate pride in its historic triumph against apartheid, the most inhuman and abhorrent manifestation of racism. We must show courage and sagacity also in facing up to the heinous consequences of the racist practices of the colonial era. Slavery and slave trade caused untold misery to countless numbers, as did imperialism and colonialism. In saying so, we do not mire this Conference in the past. Of course, this World Conference must be focused, constructive and forward-looking.
There is no real problem in India on caste system since the laws are in place and there are strong constitutional provisions. ” She refused to circulate the copy of her intervention when approached by the NGOs. The participants at the Conference from all over the world must be wondering at this assertion of a so-called Dalit Delegate picked up by the Government as spokesperson of the Dalit-India. Omar Abdullah, the chief of the Indian Delegation, delivered a speech on 2 September 2001, which is enclosed as enclosure D.
Caste and descent-based discrimination affects millions of people, especially in the Asia-Pacific area and Africa. Caste-based discrimination de facto continues to deny access to public services including housing, health, land, employment, social services and other resources normally available to citizens of a country as a right… “Caste discrimination persists in preventing social mobility and interaction. This is made manifest through the segregated housing settlements and cemeteries, access to common drinking water, restaurants, temples and restrictions on marriage amongst other forms of insidious discrimination.