Recap of 8thDecember2009-Dyuti-Right to Life
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Recap of 8thDecember2009-Dyuti-Right to Life

on

  • 566 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
566
Views on SlideShare
566
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Recap of 8thDecember2009-Dyuti-Right to Life Presentation Transcript

  • 1. RECAP OF 8TH DEC 2009
    TECHNICAL SESSIONS
  • 2. SESSION 1- HEALTHY LIFE: A RIGHT FOR ALL
    Theme introduction
    (Students)Mr. Jolly Varghese & Sr. Jiji John
    Key speaker- Thomas George,(Specialist communication UNICEF Chennai )
    Experience sharing- Ms. Shubhashree (Faculty ,Home Science Department , St. Theresa’s College Ernakulam)
  • 3. Contd…
    Paper Presentation
    • Prasad M.Gopal (Research Scholar, JNU)- Topic: Social Construction of Health
    • 4. Prof. LakshmipathiRaju & K. ViswaBhushan (Professors of Maha Rajah’s .post Graduate College, A.P
    Research Presentation
    • Mr. Preejo Joseph C- ‘Study on the mental health awareness among high school children’
    • 5. Mr. Shinto Varghese- ‘A Livelihood issues of street vendors’
    • 6. Open forum 
    • 7. Concluding remarks (Chair)- Dr. Shanmugavelayudham (Chairman of TNFORCES, Reader and professor in Loyola)
  • Suggestions
    • Include Millets And Pulses in the PDS
    • 8. Proper Monitoring and Feed back by appointing Supervisors.
    • 9. To conduct training programmes to create awareness on quantity of food, health, hygienic practices.
    • 10. To educate the mothers and fathers in bringing up the child and in participating in all related programs.
    • 11. Tribal areas to be given prior importance in future course of planning
  • SESSION-2 FOOD SCENARIO: SEEKING SECURITY- ASPIRING FOR SOVEREIGNITY
    Theme introduction- Mr. Unnikrishnan T S(student)
    Key speaker- Mr. Philipgi T Kannatt ( Agricultural consultant, Tellus initiatives)
    Experience sharing- Rev. Fr. KuriakoseMampilly( Director Sevashram and Swasraya Organic Products Ltd. Angamaly)
    Research presentation- Mr. KiranBabu C.R( Effectiveness of Public Distribution System)
    Concluding remarks(Chair) Rev. Fr. KuriakoseMampilly
  • 12. Suggestions
    The non sustainable resource utilization pattern should be stopped.
    Parapet and terrace gardening should be encouraged by announcing tax exemption
    Reduce over dependence on paddy crops and encourage all other crops and tubers.
    Each and every living organisms including plants and animals have a birth right to natural resources.
  • 13. SESSION III EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL! AN UTOPIA ? .
    Theme introduction Mr. PreejoJoseph C & Mr. Honray(Student)
    Key speaker-Mr. ManoharParalkar
     
    Experience sharing (Faculty Member RCSS)- Mr. KiranThampi(MGREGS)
    Paper presentation-Ms. Rujitha T.R & Ms. Shanti S.(Research Scholars, School Of Legal Studies , CUSAT)
  • 14. Contd…
    Research Presentation- Ms. Mariyakutty Mathew- ‘An evaluation study of the provisions and schemes of People with disability and its effectiveness’ Ms. Elizabeth- ‘Occupational stress among special teachers of mentally retarded’ Ms NithaN- “Contribution of NREGA towards Social development”
    Open forum
    Concluding remarks (Chair)- Prof. ManoharParalkar
     
  • 15. Contd..
    Research Presentation- Ms. Mariyakutty Mathew- ‘An evaluation study of the provisions and schemes of People with disabilityand its effectiveness’ .Ms. Elizabeth- ‘Occupational stress among special teachers of mentally retarded’, Ms NithaN -‘Contribution of NREGA towards Social development’
    Open forum
    Concluding remarks (Chair)-Mr. ManoharParalkar
  • 16. CONCLUDING REMARKS AND SUGGESTIONS
    Jobs can be created through right training at right time with right aptitude
    Educate core people in corporate sector on social care needs as part of CSR
    One should perform his duties and responsibilities to society in return of rights
    Article 14 of the Indian constitution include right to equality irrespective of caste, colour, sex etc., does the equality of disabled comes under its purview?
     
  • 17. SESSION IV “INDIA TOWARDS EXCELLENCE THROUGH EDUCATION”
    Theme Introduction- Ms SoumyaMarium Mathew (student)
    Key speaker- Dr.Shanmugavelayudam (Chairman of TNFORCES, Reader and Professor in Loyola)
    Experience sharing- Mr.Ashok Mathews Philip(Director, SICHREM)
    Paper presentation- Ms.Anuja(Research Scholar, School Of Legal Studies, CUSAT)
    Research presentation- Mr.RobinJose “Internet for enhancing the quality of higher education”
    Rose Mary- Study on “the effectiveness of the resource rooms on LD children.”
  • 18. SUGGESTIONS
    Child friendly school atmosphere must be created
    Infrastructure must be well equipped
    Freedom for the child to choose the career
    Right for education act must include private schools also.
  • 19. SESSION V Displacement - Development or Denial of Life?
    Theme introduction (Student)- Mr. AravindKarthikeyan & Ms. Sunitha S
    Key speaker- Adv. SandhyaRaju, Director, Human Rights Law Network, High Court of Kerala.
    Experience sharing (activist)-Mr. Geo JoseState Co-ordinator for “National Alliance Of People’s Movement”
  • 20. Contd….
    Research presentation . Mr.JollyVarghese- ‘A Study of problems of migrant quarry workers’
    Mr. JobiBabu- ‘Study of the quality of life and socio-economic wellbeing of Tamil migrant woman construction workers’
    Open forum
    Concluding remarks (Chair)- Adv. SandhyaRaju, Director, Human Rights Law Network, High Court of Kerala.
  • 21. SUGGESTIONS
    To raise voice against displacement there have to be combined effort, not an isolated work.
    People should be made more aware of their rights.
    The issues to be raised to the political level
    Lobbying or campaigning is very essential to make a public opinion
  • 22. THANK YOU…