Focus Area

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

  • Promote organisation of forums such as co-operative societies, mandals and association of women, youth and workers with a view to undertaking collective activities for socio-economic development.
  • Organize educational and vocational training programme with special focus for deprived sections, women/girls and unemployed youth to provide new skills, refine/sharpen/upgrade the existing skills leading to employment, self employment and income generation.
  • To follow, adopt & promote Universal Declaration of Human Rights of United Nations and Indian Constitution & National-International Law.
  • To spread awareness about Protection of Environments and Population Control.
  • To Promote/Solve Cause of Health Care, Food Problem, Housing/Shelter Problems & Humanitarian Relief/Refugees / Indigenous People Problems.
  • To help Disabled, Children, Youth, AIDS Patients, Ageing People, Drug Addicts, HIV Victims.
  • To Promote Welfare of Labour Union Rights & Economic & Social Development.
  • To promote & educate Equality, as well as Equity, International Integration, Brotherhood, Non-Violence, Love, Peace, Justice, Protection & Promotion of Human Rights for all.
  • To organize Conferences, Summits, Seminars, Meetings, Discussions, Debates, Study Courses, Collection of Statistics, Exhibitions, Shows, Tour Trips etc. (India and abroad)
  • To provide legal aid and advice for the indigent and weaker sections of the society and to share global health and global population change.
  • To suggest action for violation of rights by armed political groups and terrorists.
  • To create an environment as well as an understanding that Human Rights can easily become vulnerable to abuse of various structures and processes of power and to examine the inter-dependence of and linkage between Human Rights and democracy, pluralism, development, ecological balance, peace and harmony at the national and international levels.
  • To train the young men and women for facing the challenges of the pluralistic society and the rising conflicts and tensions in the name of particularistic loyalties to caste, religion and culture and to work in close cooperation with national Human Rights commissions on women, minorities, S.C., S.T. and NGOs and media organizations for promoting Human Rights education.
  • To make people aware of “Human Rights duties”, privileges conduct training camps & workshops; establish old age homes, residential/vocational schools & colleges, research & medical colleges and Human Rights Camps.
  • To promote art & culture, maintain, encourage, and assist/help setting up Centers for promotion of Human Rights.
  • To promote social progress and better standards of life and activity in cooperation with the Government of India and other countries to promote human rights education.
  • To develop a more distinctive and effective role for the International Court of Justice to fulfill the Human Rights and spread the messages/values of Human Rights by way of Human Rights education.
  • To open training camps and workshops for the development of arts, plays and culture and raise funds through subscriptions, donations, trade to fulfill the aims and objects.
  • To establish and conduct centers of treatment and rehabilitation for the victims of violators of Human Rights.
  • To actively join hands with the Government of India and other countries to promote Human Rights education and help legal, social and economic discrimination against women and their exploitation in different ways.
  • To publish books, encyclopedias, monographs, journals and directories on Human Rights and study and prepare reports on the violation, etc.
  • To effectively work for gender inequalities, exploitations and injustice as also to encourage / assist talented artists, poets, singers, writers, social workers, journalists, doctors, judges, etc.
  • To organize and participate in cultural programmes to foster a spirit of nationalism to achieve co-operation in solving various problems of economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character and in promoting and encouraging respect for human rights.
  • To help freedom fighters, widows/war widows and orphans and running schools, colleges & similar institutions, etc.
  • To work for ensuring that basic Human Rights are respected everywhere and to keep the interest of disempowered communities foremost in all dealings with countries in which Human Rights violations occur.
  • To support through the UN framework, democratic and economic reforms in countries coming out to totalitarian control and to restrict cooperation with governing regimes that violate Human Rights.