The three day cultural festival ‘JUSTICE ON TRIAL’ began today with a massive participation of civil society, youth and eminent artists, writers, photographers and performers.
Some of the top Indian artists and photographers contributed their original works for display at a special exhibition in solidarity with Dr Binayak Sen and on the theme of human rights and freedom. The work will be on exhibit for three days from 4-6 April, 2011 at the Alliance Francaise Art Gallery and is open to all members of the public to visit.|
Photos by Mukul Dube at the Binayak Sen Solidarity Demo in Delhi 12 February – 12 Noon|
Around 500 students from DU, JNU, Jamia Millia Islamia and IIMC attented a Convention on Binayak Sen and State repression organised by the All India Students’ Association (AISA) on 19th January 2011 at the Arts Faculty, Delhi University. Among those who addressed the Convention were Harbans Mukhia, Nandini Sundar, Prashant Bhushan, Jean Dreze, Achin Vanaik, [...]|
Some of India’s most prominent actors, poets, writers and upcoming independent musicians came to Jantar Mantar on 15 January 2011 to speak out read and perform against the unjust imprisonment of Dr Binayak Sen. This public protest was held under the aegis of Artists for Human rights. There is a growing movement by civil rights [...]|