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About HLRN

The HLRN, the German abbreviation for the North German Association for High and High Perfomance Computing is an organization dedicated to the study, research, and discipline of scientific computing, computer-based chemistry, earth system sciences, computer science, life sciences, material sciences, mathematics, and fluid sciences.

Headquarters Location

Am Fassberg 11

Gottingen, 37077,

Germany

+49 (0)551 201 2193

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Latest HLRN News

India evictions during Covid-19 a 'human rights crisis'

Sep 9, 2021

NEW DELHI (REUTERS) - More than 250,000 people were evicted across India during the coronavirus pandemic, and millions more are at risk of being uprooted as authorities eye projects for faster economic growth, housing rights campaigners warned on Thursday (Sept 9). From March 2020 to July 2021, authorities demolished more than 43,000 homes and evicted about 21 people every hour, according to the Housing and Land Rights Network (HLRN), an advocacy group in Delhi. In nearly all cases, officials did not follow due process including giving sufficient notice, and a majority of those evicted did not receive compensation from the government, it said in an annual report. "During this lethal pandemic - when people are struggling greatly to survive - acts of eviction and demolition of housing have contributed to a grave human rights and humanitarian crisis," said Shivani Chaudhry, HLRN's executive director. "At a time when people were ordered to stay at home, authorities resorted to unlawful demolitions, probably taking advantage of curfew-like conditions when movement of people and access to remedy, including to courts, was limited," she said. There is no official data on evictions in India. In Delhi, where thousands were uprooted in the past year, authorities only demolished "illegal encroachments", said Amrish Kumar, a director of the land management unit at the Delhi Development Authority, a federal government agency. "They were on government land, which is meant for public purposes," he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. "Some of the informal settlements were eligible for resettlement and rehabilitation, but not all - and they were dealt with according to due process," he added. The world over, homeless people and those living in slums have borne the brunt of restrictions to contain the coronavirus and are at heightened risk of infection because of their dire living conditions, housing experts said. Human rights experts at the United Nations in July appealed to the Indian government to end evictions during the pandemic. The Indian government's Housing for All plan aims to create 20 million urban homes and 30 million rural homes by 2022. But implementation has been slow, and activists say it does not address the issue of homelessness. More on this topic Nearly 16 million people are at risk of being evicted and displaced, according to HLRN, including about 2 million whose claims to forest land have been rejected. Last year alone, more than 170,000 people were removed from their homes, it said, compared to about 107,000 people the previous year. Nearly half were uprooted for environmental projects, while infrastructure and city beautification schemes made up most of the remainder. Many evictions were carried out on court orders, including from India's top court, even as several courts directed authorities not to demolish homes during the pandemic. More than 100 cases related to evictions or rehabilitation are pending at the Delhi High Court, said Anupradha Singh at the non-profit Human Rights Law Network, which represents slum dwellers in several cases. "Court orders make it easier to carry out evictions, and slum dwellers often have no legal recourse," she said. "Court orders for eviction during the pandemic are particularly grievous, as these people have already lost their livelihoods, and to lose their homes on top of that is a failure of the courts to recognise their right to housing," she said. More on this topic

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    HLRN's headquarters is located at Am Fassberg 11, Gottingen.

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