Belu George

Belu George comes with a rich experience as a development worker and a human rightslawyer. She has contributed to lasting systemic changes in the lives of marginalised through her engagement in a diverse domain of internally displaced communities, refugees, and urban poor. She has done her LLM in International Human Rights Law, from Nottingham University U.K and is also a trained social worker.
Her work on land rights has helped stave off forced evictions of the slum dwellers. In her work with Deenbandhu, an NGO she founded in Indore, she advocated for the vending zones and housing rights within the city master plan. As a lawyer she has practiced criminal justice for the undertrials and child rights.
She has successfully shouldered managerial positions for Government and also led partnerships with OXFAM, CRY, UNDP, UNFPA, and Catholic Relief Services for NGOs.
Belu has authored articles on constitutional justice, right to privacy, citizenship, and gender and have contributed to relevant political discourse of our time.

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