Award for bold commitment

The Indian counsel Henri Tiphagne has perceived a Human Rights Award from Amnesty International in Germany for this work on tellurian rights. “For decades Henri Tiphagne has untiringly and courageously championed tellurian rights. Among other things, his organization works opposite woe and taste in India,” says Amnesty’s matter about a award. Henri Tiphagne is a owner ­
of People’s Watch, that is deliberate one of a many import­ant tellurian rights organisations in India. For over 20 years, People’s Watch has investigated and documented tellurian rights violations and represented victims in a courts. Amnesty International aims to strengthen a Indian tellurian rights transformation with this prize.

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