span class="mw-headline" id="Referenzen">Referenzen>>
It is Mugur Sundar, a dancing choirmaster in southern India cinemas. In his career of over four decades he has worked for over 1,000 films Sundar was borne in Mugur, a town in the Mysore county of Karnataka. There are three boys, Prabhu Deva, Raju Sundaram and Nagendra Prasad, who are renowned dancing champions.
He is one of the jurors in the renowned dance show AATA 4, which is broadcast on Zee Telegu, a canal. He has taken on the part of a magistrate in Vijay TV's top-selling show Jodi No. 1, Jodi No. 1 Season Two, where the contestants are TV artists. He won gewann den Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award - South (1999) und den Vijay Award for Contribution to Tamil Cinema (2010).
From the very beginning, Mugur had the choice as a photophotographer between a pure journalist, a very profitable career in which he had gained extensive experiences in Syria, Tunisia and Egypt, and a defence lawyer of mankind. Participation in society, and in particular in the difficulties faced by the Roma racial minorities, means that both glory and money have had to be sacrificed.
Mugur has worked with Amnesty and on business ventures, apart from a few casual publication engagements, but most of his work is volunteer. Mugur' s daily commitment, institutional assistance and a real help in rescuing tens of millions of people exposed to violations of public policy have prompted Amnesty to grant him the title of defence counsel for the protection of humankind from prosecution by the same agencies.
In seven years of community activity and working on people' s issues, Mugur has covered more than a hundred thousand kilometres, invested ten thousand euros and worked for the local authorities and the cause of the deprived in general, and the Roma minorities in particular, for several thousand years.
His work and immediate commitment in Baia Mare enabled Mugur to go it alone and avoid the destruction by Gypsy communities in Craica, a pledge made by the city' s head master during the 2012 bid. While Mugur was in Baia Mare for a few months, the major refused to evict him even though his time limit had passed.
Only on the return of Mugur to Bucharest did the order from the major to continue with the abract. Just two and a half after his departure, Mugur was able to return to the congregation and his simple attendance there prevented the break-up. Mr Mugur takes the floor to speak out for the Roma people in the city hall's open discussion on the subject and thus becomes the victim of attack by the MA.
Mugur was also present in Baia Mare in 2011 at the cornerstone ceremony for the separation barrier on the Strada Horea and during the entire building period. Mugur' s photos served as proof in the trial of the City Council, which was instituted by the National Council for Combating Discrimination.
By the time Mugur reached the congregation, the men had already grabbed their suitcases and made themselves willing to go before the expiry of the time limit, which was three and a half weeks later. By mobilising the Amnesty International population, Mugur was able to stop the expulsions and the fellowship still has the same public dwellings today, in 2017.
Grown-ups and almost a hundred kids stood on the banks of the Black Sea in deluge-like rains when Mugur reached the town. Amnesty International, Safe the Kids and the Red Cross were warned by Mugur. Then they would leave, like a dog after the tearing down of a butcher's. The Roma were going to live outside for a while.
With the help of Amnesty International, Mugur was able to move the Roma to the closed shop of an old college and then into a few pedestals. Under conditions where neither Amnesty International nor the ERRC could do anything, Mugur was able to avoid eviction in Focsani.
Mugur' s encounters with young adults in Bucharest's and across the country's education system are based on a singular approach: he talks about societal questions, reveals the invisible face of Romania and involves students in visiting endangered municipalities. The Mugur Group continuously supervises and attends all these municipalities, as well as the municipalities of Mangalia, Cluj, Piatra Neamt, Craiova, Oradea and Frumusani.
Mugur is the first to be able to alarm alerts to humanitarian organisations, both locally and internationally, that are able to stop violations, most of the times, thanks to the level of esteem he has among these societies. On the Roma minorities, Mugur addresses a number of difficult and little-known themes such as immigration, living, access at home to training and healthcare, tradition, witchcraft and youthful wedlock.
Mugur is also active in other areas of society such as sex work, legitimate drug abuse, the needs of the aged, deserted child, Holocaust survivor, adiposity, the consequences of the fall of the Berlin Wall, re-education centres for adolescents, straying dog and Rosia Montana.