• Annual National Dalit Assembly

  • NACDOR Chairman Mr Ashok Bharti with Ms. Marry Robinson, formerly Prime Minister of Ireland
    and UN Commissioner for Human Rights and Mr. Jay Naidoo, Chairman of GAIN and formerly
    Minister in Nelson Mandela Government in SA.

  • NACDOR Chairman Mr Ashok Bharti addressing AIMA summit

  • Action Land 2015

    Action/Land 2015 - NACDOR India

  • Action Nutrition 2015

    Action/Nutrition 2015 - NACDOR India

  • BATTLE FOR BUDGET - A Discussion on Dalits-Adivasis & The Union Budget 2014-15

  • Planning Consultation on preparing State Nutrition Status Reports and Report Cards

  • NACDOR team meets Union Minister of Law, Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad

  • Release of National Campaign on Nutrition for Dignity (GAIN-NACDOR)

  • Action Land 2015

    Action/Land 2015 - NACDOR India

  • NACDOR team meets Mr Thaawar Chand Gehlot, Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment

  • NACDOR team meets Mr Inderjit Singh Rao, Minister of Planning (Independent Charge), Statistics and Programme Implementation (Independent Charge) and Defence



Dalits, which forms about one fourth of India’s population, make 4% of the World’s Population. This is a size bigger than 72% of 189 countries of the world. The Dalits form the largest block of the ‘Bottom of the Pyramid’, surely a daunting challenge, but an opportunity of unbound promises. Given the size of the Dalit community, their tradition of untiring labour, creativity and craftsmanship, they are powerful ally in unlocking India’s potential to become world’s ‘Numero Uno’ economy, creating unlimited wealth and a double digit growth.

National Confederation of Dalit Organisations (NACDOR) is the apex body of Dalit Organisations in India. NACDOR is committed to an inclusive, progressive, secular, democratic and non-sectarian society. While firmly believing in equality, social justice and equal dignity for all, NACDOR promotes democracy, human rights, sustainable development and peace and reconciliation with the perspective of the socially excluded Dalits.

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Shiksha Adhikar Yatra is an innovative method that mobilizes community, which has remained unreached or indifferent to the education.


NACDOR advocates for FAIR SHARE to the Socially Excluded in India’s Economy. The FAIR SHARE means the economic resources fairly distributed.


In 2006, when National Rural Employment Guarantee Act was notified for implementation, the then Uttar Pradesh Government viewed this as a programme of the ruling party at the Centre.


NACDOR has taken up the issues of malnutrition very seriously and has initiated a campaign called National Campaign in Nutrition for Dignity (NCND) in 30 districts of 05 states in India.


Dalits and socially excluded remained obsessed with identity, stigma, atrocities, discrimination, and violation of human rights.