NDTV Published on Apr 23, 2016 On The Big Fight tonight we debate the issue of rising radicalisation in Kashmir and the presence of the Army in civilian areas. Questions on the misuse of the Armed Forces Special Act (AFSPA) continue as activists from Kashmir confess that it is time that the voice of the […]
The Big Fight: Are Indians racist?, NDTV
NDTV Published on Feb 13, 2016 Though we profess to believe in the mantra of universal brotherhood yet there is no denying of the fact that there is a deep-seated bias or prejudice against communities different from our own. Whether it’s the taunt that people from North East hear in Delhi or police hostility towards […]
Human rights group calls for boycott of King’s administration
AP Published on Jul 21, 2015 SHOTLIST : New Delhi – January 30, 2006 1. Wide of news conference 2. Cutaway reporters 3. SOUNDBITE (English): Suhas Chakma, Director, Asian Centre for Human Rights: “(The) International community must boycott or disengage with the administration of King Gyanendra. It basically means imposing visa restrictions on King Gyanendra, […]
ASCCSA 2014-Can the gaps to prevent CSA in juvenile homes be addressed?
HEAL – Help Eradicate Abuse through Learning Published on Jul 15, 2014 Mr. Suhas Chakma is the Director of Asian Centre for Human Rights. At ASCCSA 2014, he talks about his research with government homes for juveniles in India. This is followed by a discussion about the existing gaps in these homes and how to […]
Nava Thakuria talks to Suhas Chakma, Anup Sarma
newstime assam Published on 03 March 2013
Is the Commonwealth’s relevance fading?
Al Jazeera Published on October 30, 2010 Facing several serious human rights issues, the Commonwealth is under pressure to reform or become irrelevant. Commonwealth leaders met in Perth, Australia to discuss ideas meant to keep the organisation relevant and active. Controversially, however, leaders have failed to endorse a report put forward by an Eminent Persons […]