The Minority Coordination Committee (MCC) was formed on 18th December 2016 in Ahmadabad, Gujarat on International Minority Rights Day.
The basic purpose of MCC is to bring the minority society pushed on the margins to the mainstream of society.
To promote and protect the rights of minority communities and advance social justice, equity, and inclusion for all.
We envision a society where diversity is celebrated and differences are respected, where individuals can live their lives without fear of discrimination, harassment, or prejudice.
To promote and protect the rights of minority communities and advance social justice, equity, and inclusion for all. We are committed to empowering marginalized individuals and communities through advocacy, education, and outreach. Our work is grounded in the principles of fairness, dignity, and respect for diversity, and we strive to create a world where all individuals have equal opportunities to thrive.
In Gujarat, the state government talk about ‘Sabka-Saath, Sabka-Vikas’ but discrimination is normally seen with minority communities, lack of basic facilities in their extensions and the questions of protection always remain. The objective behind the formation of MCC is to understand, analyse the prevalent inequality, discrimination and Untouchability against the minorities, constitutional provisions for the rights of minorities; raise the consciousness of the community and advocating with the government regarding the issues of minorities. The MCC has also raised issues related to employment, education, health and other services to the minorities especially poor and down trodden people or weaker sections to the concerned authorities in Government.