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AMAN’s programmes are designed for long-term social effects, while addressing immediate problems. Broadly, they are pedagogical in nature, as they intend to enhance society’s intellectual and professional resources for democratic institution-building and the reduction of practices that lead to social tension and violence.
Project Period: 1st June 2015 to 31st May 2016 A large population of immigrants, refugees and migrants in the city of Delhi is a part...
February 23, 2018
Since independence, governance in India has constituted interplay between traditional and state structures. The situation in the Northeast is particularly complex with over 200 ethnic...
February 12, 2018
Aman is also running a Legal Aid Cell called Kanooni Sahayta Kendra in Jehanabad Town. The centre provides legal assistance to vulnerable and marginalized people...
January 12, 2018