Welcome To LFOVK

The Legal Forum for Oppressed Voices of Kashmir (LFOVK) is an international, non-violent, and legal organization. Its members are indigenous people of the occupied territory in Jammu and Kashmir. The aim of the organization is to defend the political, social and human rights of Kashmiris and to promote the UN sanctioned Right of Self-Determination.

In today’s world, the notion of conflict resolution necessitates that those who continue to be denied their rights or remain excluded be given an opportunity to present their case. Unfortunately, it remains the case that Kashmiris themselves continue to be marginalized, even invisibilised, in most discussions or narratives on the conflict. LFOVK has, therefore, been established to fill the gap, providing an international forum through which its members can become effective participants and contributors in the international community. LFOVK works to address the consequences of marginalization, working with its members.

Human Rights Violations

 

 

January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2019

4425

killings

1161

Civilian killings

2049

Militants

1217

Armed Forces

In the today’s world where majority of conflicts are interested, LFOVK has been established to fill the gap, providing an international forum through which its members can become effective participants and contributors to the international community.
LFOVK works  to address the consequences of marginalization, working with its members to promote their democratic rights, to provide information, and to articulate creative and non-violent strategies for progress above all however, LFOVK works to ensure their voices are heard.

Latest Blogs

Kashmiris a victim of Nehru – Mountbatten conspiracy

The red onyx clad room  (khooni Kumra) where we judges met at tea break was a frequent reminder of the dishonest partition award  for punjab given by Radcliffe. Gurdaspur district a Muslim majority area adjoins Jammu And  Kashmir southern border was among the districts-listed in the Indian Independence Act in Pakistan punjab but the 16th August Award 1947  changed [...]

Defiant Geelani; 11 Years of relentless siege.

Syed Ali Geelani is a central vanguard in Kashmir’s “War of Liberation” movement. Born and brought up in northern Kashmir’s Bandipora district in September 1929, Geelani’s life is embedded with incitement, fascination and inspiration.   His long, unfaltering stance on the Kashmir resistance for Liberation, over the years, has earned him the title of “The […]

Online Webinar; Is Occupied Kashmir, India’s West Bank?

Legal forum for oppressed of Kashmir (LFOVK) on Thursday held a maiden webinar on disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir and it’s international contours. The webinar titled “Occupied Kashmir; India’s West Bank” drew a handsome participation from across countries and almost 50 people joined the discussion. Participants included, as a special guest, Pakistan’s High Commissioner […]

World’s response to Kashmir Conflict in post 5th August Scenario and Peace in South Asia

Kashmiri Muslims have been struggling for their basic human rights for over ninety years. Their struggle has passed through different phases: pre partition, post partition, post Burhan Wani, Post 5th August, etc. Their generations have seen and beard countless unforgettable events of massacres, rapes and tortures. Their history of unmatched struggle for freedom has never […]

Email Support

24 HOURS A DAY

info@lfovk.com

Connect With Us

SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS

Newsletter

SIGN UP FOR SPECIAL OFFERS

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap