Coordination of Democratic Rights Organisations

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."[1]

Coordination of Democratic Rights Organisations
TypeNon-profit

Beliefs and objectivesEdit

MembersEdit

It has twenty members, as follows:[1]

State Organisation
Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee, Andhra Pradesh

Human Rights Forum, Andhra Pradesh
Organisation for Protection of Democratic Rights, 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

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "About CDRO". People's Union for Democratic Rights. Retrieved 17 May 2014.

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