Datchanamoorthy a name that has left imprints in the books of Indian Human Rights Education; today is an iconic leader who has raised eyebrows in India with his visionary outlook for the state. Known for his crusading efforts demanding the compulsory Human Rights Education in the country, DatchanaMoorthy is a man on a fanatic mission to make India a model nation to the world.
A great idealist wrote that people are born with equal rights. Then thousands of people cynically and sagaciously criticized it. Some diligently tried to make it real. It’s a paradox, but both the second ones - with their determined belief, and those who were unsparingly criticizing contributed that the idea, even slowly, but started to get formed in the minds of people and nations.
As a Human Rights Defender, I believe that people’s equality before the law is the most important principal; because I know that it’s the basis of jurisprudence. As a practical person, I also know that Human Rights Education is needed to develop peace and self security. As a realist, I have no doubt that on a way of implementing these human rights in reality life. But as an optimist I believe that “the drop taps the stone”. And finally as a humanist, I completely agree with some other idealist
DatchanaMoorthy, a Engineer by Education was born in an agrarian family. His father Theiva Thiru Soolai . A.Ramu was an Small Scale Business holder the father was travelling on his tough Schedule to promote the family’s Economic position, the major part of responsibility of taking care of DatchanaMoorthy fell on his mother, Mrs. Rukkumani Amma. She wanted Datchanamoorthy to emerge as a disciplined man than an academic wizard. Following his father’s footsteps he chose to pursue Engineering and entered The Anna University affiliated collage, a top notch institution in Cuddalore,Tamil Nadu. DatchanaMoorthy always had a longing to take quality Technology to the rural masses. This has prompted him to spend 4 years of his initial career serving as a Volunteer with Govt of India. His exposure of rural India helped him understand the oppression, poverty and neglect that the people in the area were facing. Simultaneously, over the period of 2011 – 2013 I had been volunteering in several non-governmental organizations, among them are: 1. State President (Tamilnadu) - National Crime Investigation Bureau (NCIB). 2. Official Consul & Resident Representative (India) -United nations Volunteering Group. 2. President (India) -International Peace Committee for Law, justice & Human Rights (IPCJHR). 3. General Secretary (Tamilnadu) – International Human Rights Council (IHRC). 4. Zonal Director (India) – Citi