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Dalit Community Education / Tackling caste discrimination

Dalit Community Education
Dalit Community Education
Dalit Community Education
Dalit Community Education

​Despite the fact that discrimination based on caste was outlawed by India’s constitution in 1950, the practice of ‘untouchability’ still dictates the order of modern life for millions here.

In Bihar State, India, we work to tackle caste discrimination by creating access to education for over 1000 ‘untouchable’ Dalit children, whilst resourcing the wider community to realise their rights.

We are supporting 30 community and education centres, with a particular focus on targeting Musahar communities where possible. Each Centre has a women's group attached who collectively campaign for change.

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Children on the Edge

Children on the Edge
Chichester, United Kingdom

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Children on the Edge

Children on the Edge
Chichester, United Kingdom