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Humanists - Campaign against Violence and Discrimination

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Sudhir Gandotra

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Humanists - Campaign against Violence and Discrimination
The Community for Human Development
The Community (for human development) is an organism that is part of the Humanist Movement. The Movement first appeared on the 4th of May 1969, with a public presentation by its founder, Silo, known as “the Healing of Suffering”, in an outpost in the Andes called Punta de Vacas, close to the border between Argentina and Chile.
The Humanist Movement is based on the current of thought known as New Humanism, or Universalist Humanism. This current can be found expressed in Silo’s works and in those of the diverse authors who are inspired by it.
This current of thought, which also implies a sentiment and a way of life, takes shape in multiple fields of human endeavor, giving rise to diverse organisms and action fronts. All of them are applied to their specific fields of activity with a common aim: to Humanize the Earth, thereby contributing to increased liberty and happiness in human beings. In themselves they have in common the methodology of Active Nonviolence and the proposal for personal change as a function of social transformation.
The Community (for human development) was created in mid 1980 as the social and cultural organism of the Humanist Movement.
The Convergence of Cultures is one of the organisms of the Humanist Movement. It was established in May 4th, 1969 with a public exposition of its founder, Silo, known as “The Healing of Suffering”, in a mountainous spot in the Andes, named Punta de Vacas, next to the border between Argentina and Chile.

The Humanist Movement is based on the current of thought known as New Humanism or Universalist Humanism, developed in Silo’s works and in the work of the various authors who inspired in it.

This thought also implies a feeling and a way of living, it influences numerous fields of human activity, giving rise to diverse organisms and actions fronts. All of them act in specific fields of activity with a common goal: Humanizing the earth, thus contributing to increase human freedom and happiness.
Convergence of Cultures
https://www.facebook.com/MumbaiConvergenceofCultures
Join us at :
WCHS
The World Center for Humanist Studies is an organism that is part of the Humanist Movement. The Movement first appeared on the 4 th of May 1969, with a public presentation by its founder, Silo, known as " the Healing of Suffering ", in an outpost in the Andes called Punta de Vacas, close to the border between Argentina and Chile.

The Humanist Movement is based on the current of thought known as New Humanism or Universalist Humanism. This current can be found expressed in Silo's works and in those of the diverse authors who are inspired by it.

This current of thought, which also implies a sentiment and a way of life, takes shape in multiple fields of human endeavor, giving rise to diverse organisms and action fronts. All of them are applied to their specific fields of activity with a common aim: to Humanize the Earth, thereby contributing to increased liberty and happiness in human beings. In themselves they have in common the methodology of Active Nonviolence and the proposal for personal change as a function of social transformation.

The World Center for Humanist Studies was founded in the First World Humanist Forum in Moscow in October 1993.
Free Education in Municipal and government schools should be
of good quality to give the poor equal opportunity to learn.

Private schools with very high fees are mushrooming and the public schools for the poor are closing down. Though huge amount of money is spent on them, the standards there are pathetic.

We demand concerted efforts for improving the standards.

Indifference to the standards of education for the poor is a social discrimination.
And Discrimination is Violence.

JOIN US IN EXPOSING AND OPPOSING IT.

Mumbai Chapter of
World Center for Humanist Studies
World Centre for Humanist Studies
World without Wars and Violence (WwW) appeared in 1994 and was presented for the first time in an international level in 1995 in the Open Encounter of Humanism that took place in Chile at the University of Santiago.

WwW is active in around 40 countries and carries out grassroots social activities and also develops international campaigns such as “2000 without war”, “Education for Nonviolence”, “The World March for Peace and Nonviolence” and “The World Forum for Peace and Nonviolence”.
World Without Wars & Violence
https://www.facebook.com/worldwithoutwarandwithoutviolience
Join us at :
www.humanistparty.org
Join HP Campaign against Violence & Discrimination
https://www.facebook.com/humanistcampaign
https://www.facebook.com/discriminationandviolence
Join us against Discrimination and Violence
Humanists, building Universal Human Nation
building a platform
of / for / by reliable people
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