Delhi Minorities Commission honors Indian Social Institute and a few Jesuits

Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC) honored Indian Social Institute at its Annual Conference held in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 17 December 2018 for taking up a number of serious studies on many aspects of Indian social situations. 
The citation praised the Institute for engaging with policy makers at the highest levels on behalf people at grass root levels.  Further praising the commitment of the Institute towards sustainable development and social transformation the citation acknowledged that the Institute is fully committed to relevant research, training, publication and advocacy aimed at integral development of marginalized communities, particularly the dalits, advasis/tribals, women, minorities, unorganized and landless laborers, in partnership with academicians, people's movements, human rights organizations and ecological movements nationally and internationally. Fr. Denzil Fernandes SJ, the Executive Director of ISI, received the honor on behalf the Institute in the name of all staff members.
DMC honored several individuals and institutions for their service to the people of Delhi and beyond. Among them were three Delhi Jesuits, Fr. Thomas  V. Kunnunkal SJ, for his contribution to education especially through CBSE and National Open School, Fr. Arunmozhi SJ for his legal interventions on behalf of the poor, and Fr. Victor Edwin SJ for his work in the field of Christian Muslim Dialogue.