DUDH, dude!


Ravi Bhatia – TRANSCEND Media Service

Today 10 December is United Nations Day of the Declaration of Human Rights.

In French it is called DUDH (Declaration Universal de Droits Humain).

In Hindi, Dudh means milk — a requirement that is essential for the children, especially babies all over the world.

Children scream for Dudh every day, not only on 10 December.

Are governments listening?


Dr Ravi P Bhatia is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment, an educationist, Gandhian scholar and peace researcher. Retired professor, Delhi University. His new book, A Garland of Ideas—Gandhian, Religious, Educational, Environmental was published recently in Delhi. ravipbhatia@gmail.com


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