Belgian Association for Solidarity with Jammu and Kashmir BASJAK

Linked with Paul Beersmans – Belgium, with JAMMU AND KASHMIR: A SMOULDERING CONFLICT … , and with … again Kashmir.

(Added on March 22, 2007: Linked also with ‘ … Conclusions‘, and with ‘ … Meetings‘).

(Added on March 22, 2008: Meanwhile their website has been restructered. Now you go to the Homepage and click for the relevant pages on the link on the left site).

about (homepage and click on about): The “BELGIAN ASSOCIATION FOR SOLIDARITY WITH JAMMU AND KASHMIR” BASJAK is an association of people who are worried about the fate of JAMMU AND KASHMIR and its population and who want to contribute their part, though it be ever so modest, to set a step closer to a solution, to a lasting peace in this part of the world. BASJAK is a totally independent association without any political, religious, ideological and phylosophical link, whatsoever:

Kashmir in a nutshell: English version, Nederlandstalige versie/(Dutch version), and different Reports of study tours (1994 – 2006) *, and Observer Mission Legislative Assembly Elections Jammu and Kashmir State, September-October 2002, an eyewitness report, and differents statements for the Human Rights Commission in Geneva (1995 – 2005) *, and New: Updated Photo Gallery *. Etc. (For full texts, click on the links on the Homepage).
* there are many different links for each of this item.

Contact: Belgian Association for Solidarity with Jammu and Kashmir BASJAK, Office: Middenheide 126, B-9120 BEVEREN, (BELGIUM), Telephone and Fax: 00 32 / (0)3 / 775 26 61, e-mail, , website.

BASJAK is deploying following activities to achieve its above mentioned aims:

  • Making studies on JAMMU AND KASHMIR;
  • Following the situation there in the national and international media (press, radio, television);
  • Informing the national and international media on the historical background of the conflict and on its evolution;
  • Giving lectures and participating in debates on JAMMU AND KASHMIR, where appropriate;
  • Co-operating and exchanging ideas and documentation with other associations and organizations, national and international as well, which are active in the field of studying conflicts in the world, of human rights, of peace – problems, and more;
  • Laying contacts, including making studytours on the spot, with all parties involved in this conflict, whatever side it may be, to have a better, more complete and deeper understanding of the conflict in order to fulfli the above mentioned activities with a better knowledge.

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