CTC and LBCD release books

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/18/2020 1:43:14 PM IST

Clark Centre for Peace Research and Action (CCPRA), Clark Theological College (CTC) released its 11th series of publication titled “Christian response to human trafficking: Biblical, theological, ethical, ministerial, NGOs, and legal perspectives” on June 17 by College Principal Rev. Dr. Marnungsang Pongener. 

A press release by CTC director professor L. Imsutoshi Jaimr stated that, all the articles were compiled and edited by Dr. Sangtemkala, assoc. professor and HoD of Christian Theological, CTC. 

The book is an outcome of the national seminar organized by CCPRA in the year 2017 where papers were presented by different scholars addressing the issue. 

The book comprises of a keynote address and 9 (nine) articles contributed by different scholars that will enable the readers to see the dehumanizing reality of human trafficking in the society. 

The articles represent a wide range of lived experiences and expertise that directly deals with questions relating to human trafficking, its causes and effects and how the church, institutions, organization and Christians should respond to this variegated crime. 

For more information, interested persons may contact CCPRA programme coordinator at 8732010380. 

Handbook for PWDs 

LBCD: A comprehensive handbook for Persons with Disability (PWD) titled “Legitimate rights of disabilities and PARIVAAR-NCPO milestones” was released on June 15.

A release by the author, Akum Ezung stated handbook was released by Lotha Baptist Church Dimapur (LBCD) pastor, Thenjamo Tsanglao. 

The release claimed that the handbook would enhance many ideas to transform disabilities legitimate rights and its legal perceptions. It said the contents are “volume of penetrating the rights and entitlement of disabilities up to the new draft rules of 2016” provided by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India.


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