Harsh Mander is an activist who works with survivors of mass violence & hunger, as well as homeless persons & street children. He is the Director of the Centre for Equity Studies & is a Special Commissioner to the Supreme Court in the Right to Food case. He is associated with various social causes, including issues of communal harmony, tribal, Dalit, disabled persons’ rights, RTI, among others.
Its anti-lynching law breaks important ground in attempting to control hate crimes and ensure police actionDetails
If we look at the country’s condition over the last four years, we’ll be able to understand if it’s worth living in, he says.Details
On our third day in Gujarat, we drove to the site of a communal conflagration earlier this year that has barely registered in the national consciousness, but which led to one deathDetails