Actress Sheena Chohan of Ant Story fame has been vouching for the inclusion of human rights education in schools to make every child an agent for change. Chohan joined hands with the Youth for Human Rights International, a non-profit organization, to teach the youths about human rights. She endorses the inclusion of United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights a historic document on human rights as a school subject.
The worst was that newborns were killed, only because they were girls. These situations gave me a purpose to do something to change this climate of human rights abuse," Chohan told over email before flying off to New York for the 16th annual International Human Rights Summit to be held on June 27-29.
On work front, Chohan had bagged a role in national award winning director Buddhadeb Dasgupta's shorts films Mukti and patralekha based on Nobel Laureate rabindranath tagore's work. The former Miss kolkata, who made her acting debut with the Malayalam film The Train, co-starring superstar mammootty in 2011, wrapped up the short film Taken for a Ride, directed and written by Fraser Scott.