HRCOI will strive to bring together all those who cherish democratic values in all spheres of life –social, economic and political –and take active steps to preserve, defend and strengthen democracy. The HRCOI shall be a non-party, non-Governmental organisation . Read more

HUMAN RIGHT COUNCIL OF INDIA is focusing on the following operational areas: Read more

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The protection of Human Right Act 1993 has been constituted for National, State Human Right Commission and Human Right Courts for better protection of Human Rights and for matters connected their with.

The statue of the commission is to promote research in the field of Human Rights in collabration with Universities technical Institutions & Non-Govt. organizations. The commission also invites young interns to participate different sections of the society. It also setup a network in the country to promote & protect Human Rights and combat violation of such rights.

HUMAN RIGHT COUNCIL OF INDIA is one of the leading organization in india working in the different parts of the society to protect Human Rights of every Indian citizen under the guidelines of National Human Right Commission.

It is founded by a prominent group of jurist and Human Right activist under the Chairmanship of Shri Ravinder Kumar to serve civil & political rights as well as economic, social and cultural rights. Presently we are serving in 10 states of India with our young dynamic & energetic activist sucessfully.

Special Area

Working with differentially disabled

We recognize that the mentally challenged are an integral part of the society. We support an institute which aims at meeting their educational needs and provides them We support an institute which aims at meeting their educational needs and provides them ssse their educational needs and providesRead more...

Community Outreach Programme

The Mobile Outreach Programme has been started with a vision of reaching out to the health needs of those who are in the remote and inaccessible parts of the countryWe support an institute which aims at meeting their educational needs and provides them provides them their educational needs and provides Read more...

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