World Human Rights Day Celebrated by International Institute of Lifestyle Management

Kolkata (11/12):United Nation’s World Human Rights Day was celebrated by International Institute of Lifestyle Management in collaboration with Pragyan Foundation at Hotel Hindustan International on 10th December, 2023 .

In commemoration of Human Rights Day, a thought-provoking seminar was held on the theme Health, Peace and Human Rights. Dr. Suresh Kumar Agarwal President, International Institute of Lifestyle Management shed light on the importance of upholding human rights globally and addressing challenges faced by individuals and communities. The Chief Guest of the Program was Aye Aye Maw of Maymar who was felicitated and honored with Gold Medal and Certificate. Various books written by Dr. Suresh Kumar Agarwal was launched during the seminar by the high dignities of the program.

Compton Dutta International Football Stalwart, Nimai Goswami International Sports Coach, R. R. Agarwal and many others had also put up their views and thoughts on Human Rights Day. Chandan Agarwal Chief Executive Officer of Pragyan Foundation concluded the program with a vote of thanks and emphasizing the need for a comprehensive approach to human rights that considers the intersectionality of various issues, including gender, race, and socioeconomic status. Priti Sharma, Amisha Roy, Shakuntala Agarwal, Shiwangi Singhania, Anita Agarwal, Than Htike Paing and Aung Ye Yint from Maymar, Isha Saraf, Subrata Roy, Nandini Dutta, Surja South, Satyajit Sharma, Surja Routh, and many others actively participated and appreciated the program. M. A. Ali Peace Activist had sent his good wishes for the seminar.

The conference was successfully organised under the Chairmanship of Dr. Suresh Kumar Agarwal. In a world facing numerous challenges, the seminar served as a reminder that the struggle for human rights is ongoing and requires collective efforts. As participants dispersed, there was a renewed sense of commitment to fostering a world where the dignity and rights of all individuals are respected and upheld.

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