Petition to UNICEF
Remove Priyanka Chopra as UN Goodwill Peace Ambassador
UNICEF needs to remove Priyanka Chopra as its ambassador immediately in the wake of her support for Indian army and Modi government. Otherwise it makes a mockery of such appointments. UNICEF should really be more careful on whom it appoints to these honorary positions. Priyanka Chopra has made tweets in the past supporting war between India and Pakistan. In the most recent incident when confronted by a girl, Ayesha Malik over this who said ,You are a UNICEF ambassador for peace and you're encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan. There's no winner in this.As a Pakistani, millions of people like me have supported you in your business of Bollywood and you wanted nuclear war."The microphone was taken away from Malik toward the end of her statement. Priyanka responded by saying,''"war is not something I am really fond of but I am patriotic.""Whenever you're done venting ... got it, done? Okay, cool," https://edition.cnn.com/2019/08/12/us/priyanka-chopra-confrontation-beautycon-trnd/index.html
Petition to Ramnath kovind, Steven Butler, Journalists, Activists, Prakash Javadekar, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Lift the curbs on the press in Jammu and Kashmir
From August 4, 2019 onwards, there is an unprecedented clampdown on mobile phone networks, internet services, and landline phone connectivity and this has left Kashmir and some districts in Jammu completely isolated and cut off in terms of communication and information. There was a virtual blackout on news and people couldnt commmunicate with their families. Journalists too were restricted and constrained from carrying out their duties as a result of which few stories came out of Jammu and Kashmir. In response to the continued blackout, which has impacted the publishing of newspapers, Ms. Anuradha Bhasin, the Executive Editor of Kashmir Times, has filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court of India today seeking directions to ensure that the State creates an enabling environment for journalists and all other media personnel in all parts of Jammu and Kashmir to practise their profession, and that the debilitating restrictions imposed through the complete shutdown on internet and telecommunication services, and severe curbs on the movement of photo journalists and reporters be immediately relaxed in order to ensure the freedom of the press and media. Please sign this petition and support Ms Bhasin and all other journalists in Jammu and Kashmir and exhort the government to lift the restrictions and allow journalists to do their duty. It is undemocratic and repressive not to allow public and the press to express themselves by a lockdown. Ms Bhasin, according to her case filed in the apex court, has not been able to print and publish the Kashmir edition of Kashmir Times as the complete and absolute restrictions on all communication services and movement has resulted in the imposition of blockade on media activities, including reporting and publishing on the situation in Kashmir. Such restrictions, curbed the rights of journalists under the the provisions of Articles 14 and 19 of the Constitution of India and the right to know about the conditions of residents of Kashmir Valley. The restrictions on information sharing at a time when there are tumultuous political and constitutional changes on the status of Jammu and Kashmir is fuelling anxiety, panic, alarm, insecurity and fear among the residents of the Kashmir. The Editors Guild of India too has issued a statement expressing deep concern over the continued shutdown in communication links with the Kashmir Valley and the consequent curtailment of the media’s freedom and ability to report fairly and accurately on current developments. In a situation such as that prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir at present, the role of free media, unhindered by such restrictions, becomes critically important in helping dissemination of news and in its democratic duty of keeping a watch on institutions of government and security, the Guild has said, while urging the government to take immediate steps to restore normalcy for the media’s communication links. Media transparency has and always should be India’s strength, not fear. Please sign this petition to support Ms Bhasin and other journalists in Jammu and Kashmir who are fighting the information blackout, and endorse their right to publish newspapers, share information and conduct their duties as journalists in an unfettered manner. Please support the demand to lift the internet blackout and other curbs in Jammu and Kashmir immediately.
Petition to Prime Minister of India, Government of India, Supreme Court of India, Ravi Shankar Prashad, President of India, Maneka Gandhi, United Nation of India, Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Smriti Irani, United Nations, Amit Shah, International Court of Justice, Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu, Change.org Support Admin, Swati Maliwal, AAP , Arvind Kejriwal, Devendra Fadnavis
Lets change the statement "4th unsafe country for women". Start Death Penalty
We are a part of community called Youth Against Rape. Where we are fighting for those people who are scared to raise there voice against rape, molestation and acid attack. We have prepared a data which projects that many cases are still not being reported and most of the cases are genuine but the victims and witnesses are being threatened or attacked at different occasions. To take a step forward we need to change the mentality of the society and amend few laws against rape, molestation and acid attack criminals and the victims who have faced it. We are students, mothers, brothers, sisters and father's and we want to change the future of India. To make India the safest country in future we need to educate the future generations to be bold and to report any incident they see around them without any fear. Walking on streets would become safer in time. Although we organize seminars with school in every state we still get cases, where people say it the fault of the victim, we fail to understand this blame game. :- Why can't we change the way we think? Let the girls wear what they want to? Why can't teacher teach necessary etiquettes to children in school like other subjects? Humanity can't be taught but laws can be amended. We, at youth against rape have the following demands and aspirations for the betterment of Indian society as a whole:- 1. Execution Of Death Penalty We want implementation of death penalty for Rapist, those who have been sentenced after being proved guity. This measure is important to instil fear among people and to show them that their actions have equal consequences. Few List With Name,Time, Current Status a)Dilip Bankar,13 year, in Sc (b) jitender Bagwan , Divender Dhurndhure , Babu Ketan - 6 Years, in Sc (c) Firoj Saha- 5 years, in Sc , In 2012 Nirbhya case. Total 64 Death Penalty are Pending . We want the law to start implementation from these cases. 2. Punishment For Females Filing fake Cases against men We also want minimum 14 years of imprisonment for females who file fake cases against men to exploit them. The responsibility of ensuring a respectable society is from both genders and no human has the right to destroy another human being's life. Both genders should be equally accountable for their wrong doings. 3. Start Sex Education By Expert's We want compulsory sex education by experts in all schools. Although many acts have been passed by various boards, but due to the failed implementation children continue to be unaware of what they are doing. The increasing cases of juveniles raping are a proof that the education system is going wrong somewhere. We want to sensitize children from the beginning and make them realize their moral responsibility towards society. 4. Forensic Labs We want proper forensic labs in every city with trained and expert doctors for treating the victims. Many cases of tampering of medical reports are common. In the eyes of Justice department, this is the most important evidence, hence should be handled by trained people who understand the importance of this confidential issue and ask themselves if they are doing the right thing. We easily find difference between sex and rape . 5. Shift Case's On Fast Track Court For All Rape Victims - On 12 July Finance minister approved budget of 700 Crore Fund Through Nirbhaya Fund For 1023 Fast Track Court. We want the hearings of all the cases of rape to be in the fast track courts and the verdicts to be announced within 1 month. 6. Victim & Witness Protection program We also want government to pass rules to provide witness protection program to every witness and victim who are involved in the case as there is danger to their life till justice is served, government should take the responsibility of transfer of victim , if needed after investigation for their safety. 7. President mercy rule on Rape Case's We want Indian government to re think about president mercy rule for rapist . A rapist never shows mercy to the rape victim and her family. So why should the system show mercy to him? 8. Permission To Ngo's and Trusts to do Awareness Programs in institutions As Mostly schools reject the proposal for awareness programs after listening to the word rape , sex etc. These are some taboo words that we often hear. We want an official notice from education ministry to make sex education a mandatory subject in every school and college. We have analyised that Mentality Is Not The Reason Behind Rape but it is a major part of this issue. - We Are Working on Each Factor, Rape Cases are increasing rapidly and mostly within normal family. Case 1: The recent rape and murder of an nine month old girl in Warangal (Telangana) . Just think about it and create an image in your mind why this happened? What was the fault of the victim? She was Just 9 months old !!! Case 2: The family of another rape victim was murdered by the MLA before the police took any action. The people are angry now but also in despair. So much has happened till now and no doubt our government is taking good steps but a strict action not taken till now . What are we all waiting for? Do the all People's wants to see India's name on 1st number in the unsafe nation list? First, the Criminal’s rapes the victim and then the system repeatedly rapes the Survivors. Now cases of suicide by Men’s are increasing Day by Day. A lie from girls destroy men’s life and his entire family suffers the consequences. Why can’t the law open the blinded eyes and see the hidden truth? Now we can't ignore these issues any more , if amendment of the death penalty law is not enforced till 16 October'2019 , we have planned something on #17oct2019 . To know about this check hashtag on Instagram , Facebook , Twitter every social platforms. You can support us for this mission on this link :- Facebook Details Instagram Details Please Fight With us Together And Support Youth Against Rape to Stop Rape In India Thank You For Your Support, Specially Change.org Concerned Indian Youth Group, Youth Against Rape ( This 1 Crore + sign is impossible without your help please share the link with everyone through WhatsApp , Instagram or others social platforms )
Petition to United Nations, Donald J. Trump
Peace for Kashmir
This petition is for the people of Kashmir. Kashmir issue is remained unsolved since 1947. The Pakistan as a Nation believes that People of Kashmir should have given their right to decide whether they want be a part of any other country or want independence. It is their right to decide. Kashmir has bled enough. Even at this moment when I am writing this petition Kashmir is suffering. No matter what Kashmiri people decide. I request to the Respected authorities to give a fair chance to the people of Kashmir to decide what they want. Watching this broken and bleeding Kashmir is unbearable. Please take appropriate action to stop the brutal killing in Kashmir. Kashmir deserves peace. Pakistani Nation assures International Human Rights Organizations our full support for a solution according to the wish of Kashmiri people. Thanks
Petition to The Government of India / The Supreme Court of India, the people of india
Justice for Sr Concelia Baxla, a Mother Theresa Sister and her employee, Ms Anima Indwar
*AN INNOCENT SISTER IN JAIL. NOT EVEN BAIL! TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY DAYS AND STILL WAITING...* 13th February , 2019 by Bishop Theodore Mascarenhas,Secretary General of the CBCI https://www.cbci.in/Blog.aspx?id=eWuF6Q9PSys= Last week, I returned from an emotional heartbreaking visit to jail. I paid a long overdue visit to *Sister Concelia Baxla a Mother Teresa Sister* who along with an employee of the Nirmal Hriday Home, Ms Anima Indwar was arrested two hundred and twenty two days ago on charges of child trafficking. Nirmal Hriday (Immaculate Heart) is one of the 18 houses of mercy run by the Mother Teresa Sisters in the State of Jharkhand. _*The misuse of the police force, the manipulations of political authorities, the apathy of our justice system in the story of this poor, naive and innocent woman who has devoted all her life to the selfless service of the poor and marginalized is a story of many poor prisoners of our country. Many like her are languishing in jail as under trials waiting for the slow churning of the wheels of justice which often appear to be spun by money power, political clout, massive media propaganda and even blatant manipulation of evidence.*__*The poor sister suffers from diabetes and varicose veins. Uprooted from her daily routine, left to suffer alone, all of us, her co-sisters, Superiors, Bishops, priests and all who know her and are convinced of her innocence can only look up to heaven in helplessness and hope, as every attempt to even get bail for her has been brusquely rejected by our judiciary at various levels sometimes in a matter of minutes.*_I stood there outside the gate of the Birsa Munda jail waiting to be registered along with two other companions and many others for whom this must be a weekly or bi-monthly ordeal waiting to see some beloved living there behind the barbed wires and fortified walls. Every prisoner is allowed a visit once every week or fifteen days as decreed. Tens of poor people, some dejected, some anxious, some desperate wait patiently in front of a shabby structure to meet their sons, daughters, brothers, sisters friends incarcerated and waiting to be freed. Who knows what is going through their mind?A family of 4 stands before me. A boy about 10 years old is carrying a plastic bag of fruits for someone dear in prison. With him is a girl perhaps two years younger. As the lady gives her Adhaar card for registration, the police constable kindly but firmly tells her that the family cannot visit the prisoner because just the previous day he has received a visitor. They will have to come after 14 days. I can see the distress on the faces of the young family as they turn back to go home and I can only look down at the ground with their sadness and sorrow rubbing off on me.As I get myself registered along with Mr. Vepul Kaisar a dear friend from Kolkata and Adv. Siju Thomas a great collaborator and lawyer friend from Delhi (only three persons are allowed once in seven days), I am anxious, nervous, uncertain as to what I will say to Sister Concelia when I meet her.After all, our best efforts to bring relief to her including the services of the best of lawyers who had come to our aid had so far come to naught._*Throughout these two hundred and twenty two days contrasting emotions had welled up in me at every turn.*_*Disbelief* when news of her arrest reached me, *disgust* when false manipulated reports were circulated about the Mother Teresa Sisters, anger when obtaining the copy of the FIR was inordinately delayed due to non-availability of court fee, *frustration* when the District magistrate summarily dismissed the bail petition, *impatience* at not being able to get the order from the court even after fifteen days, *shock* when the sessions court rejected without arguments our appeal for bail, *worry* when the high court threw out our appeal, *joy* when a leading lawyer willingly took up our case pro bono in the Supreme Court and *despair* when the Supreme Court also would not allow our poor sister any relief._*What pains me most is that an elderly woman, suffering from ill health could not get bail because the charges had not yet been framed.*_At the back of my mind was the Supreme Court order by a two judge Bench headed by Justice Madan B. Lokur which had ruled in February 2018, “Another important facet of our criminal jurisprudence is that the grant of bail is the general rule and putting a person in jail or in a prison or in a correction home is an exception. Unfortunately, some of these basic principles appear to have been lost sight of with the result that more and more persons are being incarcerated and for longer periods. This does not do any good to our criminal jurisprudence or to our society”.But this yardstick does not seem to be applied for Sr. Concelia. *Neither the fact that she was a woman, nor her ill health, nor her age could move the judges to grant her the simple relief of being out on bail.*What would I say to Sr. Concelia?How could I tell her that we had collectively failed her?How would I face her knowing within myself that she would be there for some more time till God granted her mercy through human beings who till now appear to be merciless.I was engrossed in my thoughts of self reproach and utter helplessness as she was brought before us with two other women behind a double barred and netted window."How are you?" I asked her.I am ok she said.*Then she looked at me long with moist eyes and broke down crying.*I thought it was her despair, her feeling of being let down by us, her misery of suffering that was playing on her.How wrong I was!*Her next words stunned me.**_"Pardon me my Lord", she said, "I have brought shame to the Church", she burst out. "But I am innocent my Lord", she sobbed._*As she kept weeping, I tried to console her telling her that she has not hurt the Church but that rather on the contrary we feel helpless as we cannot bring her out despite knowing that she was completely innocent.*It was genuine sorrow, not self pity but agony for the suffering of the Church which suffers with her.*Deep within me I was full of admiration for this brave, selfless woman. *Here she was in jail, suffering humiliation and shame because political powers wished to use her to punish the Church for working for the poor, the marginalized and the destitutes. She was not worried about her own travail. She was concerned about the harm her arrest had done to the name of the Church.*I did not know how to react.Even as I stood touched and emotional, she continued sobbing."My Lord", she said, "I prayed so much that I may be released but perhaps God did not want it”. How could I tell her that some political power somewhere has decided that she be the sacrificial goat to get at the Church."I pray", she continued "and say my Jesus, 'you suffered and died for me, can I not bear this suffering for you though I am innocent'. I accept God's will", she said and burst out into a heart wrenching sob.As for me, I stood there across the barred, netted cage from which she was speaking unable to control my emotions anymore as tears flowed from my eyes and my voice broke down trying to console her.I needed a pause to regain my composure. I move aside and ask my companion to continue speaking to her. After some time, he broke down too.I did not have the courage to ask him what had transpired.I took over and resumed my conversation with Sr. Concelia a few moments later. She told me that though she gets Mass every Sunday, she would like to have communion everyday. I could not assure her that consecrated hosts could be left with her because of the difficulty of securing their safety in the circumstances in which she was staying. When I told her this again her reaction was of resignation to the will of God.*Ever since my visit to that jail, my faith in God and his Church has been reinvigorated. This simple woman with her faith in God, her dedication and devotion to the church, her readiness to accept suffering as the will of God has taught me more than one lesson. But it also raises in my mind many questions about justice and perceptions about innocence and guilt.* Even as I write this reflection, I have come to know that the alleged case of “Human Trafficking” against Sr Concelia is now being conveniently represented as a case of “Irregular Adoption”. The couple who is supposed to have “purchased” the child has been given anticipatory bail on the statement of the girl who gave birth to the child that she has handed over the child of her own free will. The maid at the hospital who helped in the transfer of the child to the “adoptive parents” has also been granted anticipatory bail. *Meanwhile our poor sister continues to be in Jail, two hundred and twenty two days in jail. She belongs to a Religious Order where sisters not only are not allowed to possess any money or belongings, but on their transfer carry just a bucket and a saree besides the one they wear. The nuns are allowed to visit their homes once in 10 years for three weeks, and can go home for a week if either of their parents die. But what they do possess is a rich community life which sustains them, the daily Eucharist which strengthens them and the comfort of serving the poor and the marginalized which motivates them. Sister Concelia is deprived of all three because of the repeated denial of bail.*This is what pains me most. Meanwhile Sr. Concelia lives the words of Psalm 9:9:“The LORD is a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble.”Meanwhile, I pray that my faith in God and love and dedication to the Church may be as great as hers.
Petition to We all know that amazon supplies 20% of the total oxygen in the world. So save amazon! Save oxygen!, World health organization(WHO) and UNESCO
Save the "Lungs of World" amazon!
The Amazon rainforest is burning at a record rate. Earlier this month, Brazil declared a state of emergency over the rising number of fires in the region. So far this year, almost 73,000 fires have been detected by Brazil's space research center, INPE. That marks an 83% increase from 2018 and the highest number on record since 2013. Satellite images show fires in the Brazilian states of Amazonas, Rondonia, Para and Mato Grosso. The state of Amazonas is most affected, according to Euronews. Effects of damage to the Amazon go far beyond Brazil and its neighbors. The area's rainforest generates more than 20% of the world's oxygen and 10% of the world's known biodiversity. The Amazon is referred to as the "lungs of the planet" and plays a major role in regulating the climate. The world would drastically change if the rainforest were to disappear, impacting everything from farms to drinking water. If you sign out this petition; we can Save Amazon; Save Oxygen; Save forest habitats; Save tribal peoples!!!
Petition to Department of Education
There should be no reservations in M.B.B.S.
there are many doctors that dont know what they are doing because of reservations they can get less marks and be inexperienced and harm people because they dont know how to work things and the people for who it is reserved arent even poor the people who actually deserve dont get the seat because of more than 50% of reservations which isnt fair to anyone and nobody want doctors who dont know what they are doing
Petition to Mohammed Bin Rashid Almaktoum the King of UAE
Please stop honor a war criminal that involved in Gujrat Massacre and killing in Kashmir.
Your highness, Your Kingdom plan to honor the most honorable award to PM Modi. Modi is mastermind of Gujrat Massacre while he is killing Muslims in Kashmir. We solemnly request you to please stop honor such war criminal.