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IHRC condemns Labour U-turn on Kashmir

PRESS RELEASE: Yesterday’s decision by Labour under its new leader Keir Starmer to reposition the party on the issue of Kashmir represents a betrayal of the indigenous people and a grave abnegation of international law. IHRC sees the move to recognise the Kashmir dispute as

Citizen India

A collection of resources and links from IHRC in relation to the events taking place in Kashmir

Citizen India – Video & Audio

To keep uptodate with IHRC’s Citizen India campaign visit this campaign page here. Find a selection of video and audio below giving background to the current situation in India. Islamophobia in India Amirt Wilson discusses nativism and Islamophobia in India at the IHRC conference fo 2017,

Citizen India – Background

[25 April 2020]. To find out more and take part in IHRC’s campaign for equality in India please visit the Citizen India page.   Background India has been gripped over decades, by increasing anti-Muslim rhetoric, policies and violence. This has culminated in the enactment of

ALERT – Kashmir: Ask UN to take measures

Contents 1. Summary 2. Background 3. Action Required4. Sample Letters / Emails Summary  It has now been over 100 days since the arrests of young men and teenagers began. Over 100 days since Kashmir has been cut off from the world and been silenced with a

Kashmir – Immediate action from the international community required

Today’s decision by the Indian government to revoke the special status of occupied Kashmir is a setback to peace efforts and institutionalises further the persecution of its inhabitants. IHRC considers the move to be a further expression of Hindutva nationalism and a sop to its