Child Rights in India || In Conversation with Ms. Bharti Ali, Co-Founder HAQ || Fair Trial || Ep 02
“It is we as adults who are constantly promoting a certain way of life which is so far from the Human Rights Principles and Approach. In fact, we don’t respect Human Respects. We don’t respect our own Human Rights, any one else’s Human Rights and no respect for the rule of law” – Bharti Ali, Co-Founder of HAQ, Centre for Child Rights
📍About Ms. Bharti Ali– Having worked in the development sphere largely concerning Child Rights’ and Gender Sensitisation, Ma’am and her team at HAQ, has focused on bringing a change at the grass root level. With over three decades experience in this field with Children emancipation as the focal theme, Ms. Bharti Ali has really seen it all, from her apprehension to register an NGO to going on to create one of the fore runners in being the ‘collective voice’ for them.
📍About the video – We at LawWire recently got the golden opportunity to interact with Ms. Ali. The video is really beneficial for anyone who feels for the cause of Child’s rights and an eye opener on many different facets when it actually comes of running an NGO like HAQ. We tried to delve into the most common questions in depth which sometimes get lost in truncated discussions, seeking to get answers from someone who has really been in the “thick of it”. Please do watch the video till the end to know more about Child Rights in India and where we, as a society can improve, should improve. 😌