Coordination of Democratic Rights Organisations (CDRO) is a union of twenty civil liberties and democratic rights associations in India. Its member organisations meet a minimum of three to four times annually, and all of them holds equal status within the CDRO, and work in the democratic manner. It was founded in August 2007 "in the context of the violent state repression of people's movements in India as well as the arrest of democratic rights activists."
Beliefs and objectivesEdit
- "The right to organize and struggle is a basic democratic right of the people."
- "To stand united against all forms of state repression on people’s democratic struggles."
- "To support with solidarity actions in the event of attacks by the state on any civil rights organisations or its representatives."
It has twenty members, as follows:
|Andhra Pradesh||Civil Liberties Committee, Andhra Pradesh |
Human Rights Forum, Andhra Pradesh
|Assam||Manab Adhikar Sangram Samiti|
|Delhi||People's Union for Democratic Rights, Delhi |
Campaign for Peace and Democracy in Manipur, Delhi
|Haryana||People's Union for Civil Rights, Haryana|
|Jammu and Kashmir||People's Committee for Human Rights|
|Jharkhand||People's Union for Civil Liberties, Jharkhand|
|Karnataka||People's Democratic Forum|
|Maharashtra||Committee for Protection of Democratic Rights, Mumbai |
People's Union for Civil Liberties, Nagpur
|Manipur||Coordination for Human Rights|
|Nagaland||Naga People's Movement for Human Rights|
|Punjab||Association for Democratic Rights|
|Rajasthan||People's Union for Civil Liberties, Rajasthan|
|Tamil Nadu||People's Union for Civil Liberties, Tamil Nadu|
|West Bengal||Association for Protection of Democratic Rights, West Bengal |
Bandi Mukti Morcha
- "About CDRO". People's Union for Democratic Rights. Retrieved 17 May 2014.
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- JKCCS Resolution on Kashmir - adopted on 20 April 2013 in a public meeting at Srinagar and Endorsed by CDRO and others, People's Union for Democratic Rights