Civil Liberties give us all the freedom to develop, fulfill our potential and lead a fulfilling life and we wanted every citizen of India to have and exercise their fundamental rights in India in the process of building a better life for them and their families. Through Campaign, Swatantrata Center will work to protect and expand civil rights and freedoms guaranteed to all by the Indian Constitution Constitution as well as international conventions and treaties.
Campaign for Civil Liberties is aiming at promoting a compassionate and responsible approach towards protecting civil liberties and Building institutions for a strong rule of law through raising awareness about the importance of Civil Liberties and Rule of law.
The campaign that will aim to provide Students and Young people with meaningful training, discussions, debates, and other opportunities to deepen their understanding of Fundamental rights, Political rights, and Strong rule of law.
The campaign will be utilizing the wide network of Swatantrata Center have Nationally and internationally and will be aiming to empower local leaders to take action and organize activities
Swatantrata Center organizes Various sorts of outreach activities through Digitel and in-person to support and promote Civil liberties campaigns Goals.
The panelists discussed a wide range of issues related to civil liberties and the rule of law in India. Dr. Narayan expressed concern about the growing trend of authoritarianism in India, and argued that the country’s civil liberties are under threat. He cited examples of the government’s use of force against protestors, the erosion of judicial independence, and the suppression of free speech. Sriram Karri agreed with Dr. Narayan’s assessment and added that the government’s actions are creating a climate of fear and paranoia in India. He said that people are increasingly afraid to speak out against the government and that this is having a chilling effect on free speech and dissent. The panelists also discussed the role of the media in protecting civil liberties. Karri said that the media has a responsibility to hold the government accountable, and that it must be willing to speak out against injustice. However, he also acknowledged that the media in India is under increasing pressure from the government, and that it is becoming increasingly difficult to report freely. The discussion concluded with a call for action. The panelists urged the Indian people to come together to defend their civil liberties and to hold the government accountable for its actions. They also called on the media to play a more active role in protecting freedom of speech and dissent.
Ms. Ghose, a prominent figure in the Indian media landscape, engaged in a thought-provoking discussion on the current state of civil liberties in India. She delved into various aspects, including the challenges faced by journalists, the erosion of freedom of expression, and the need for a vigilant citizenry to safeguard fundamental rights. The dialogue highlighted the pressing concerns surrounding civil liberties in India. Ms. Ghose emphasized the importance of a free and independent media in holding the government accountable and upholding democratic principles. She also underscored the significance of public engagement and activism in protecting civil liberties. The discussion concluded with a call for a renewed commitment to safeguarding civil liberties in India. Ms. Ghose’s insights and perspectives provided valuable guidance for the Civil Liberties Campaign and its ongoing efforts to promote and protect fundamental rights in the country.