UUHIP: Partners for Justice in India

By UUA International Resources

The UUA's International Resources Office is happy to announce the release of "UUHIP: Partners for Justice in India," a great introduction to the work and philosophy of the Unitarian Universalist Association's Holdeen India Program. UUHIP works with key leaders and organizations of India's most marginalized and disadvantaged peoples in their struggle to secure human rights and economic and social justice. The program supports the efforts of those peoples excluded or oppressed on the basis of gender, caste, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation, especially dalits (untouchables), adivasis (tribals), migrant, bonded and child laborers, domestic and home-based workers, and scavengers, helping them to participate fully in the social, economic and political life of India. Available online for free, as well as on DVD, the video features profiles of 5 Holdeen India Program partners as well as reflections from its Program Director of Kathy Sreedhar, former UUA President Rev. John Buehrens and UU minister Rev. Abhi Janamanchi. For those interested in obtaining a DVD copy of the video, please contact the International Resources Office. [vimeo 10032783]

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