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Human Rights in India

Human rights are moral principles that set out certain standards of human behavior, and are regularly protected as legal rights in national and international law. They are “commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being.

Women Rights

Women’s rights are the rights and entitlements claimed for women and girls of many societies worldwide. In some places, these rights are institutionalized or supported by law, local custom, and behavior, whereas in others they may be ignored or suppressed.

Legal Help

​​People for Human Rights Council have their own panel of lawyers and legal advisors who are always available to give free legal advice. Whenever the organization receives any complaint against violation of human rights immediately refers the matter to the legal advisory board of PHRC

JUSTICE FOR ALL

​​​​​​​​”CONTACT FOR NGO REPRESENTATIVE FOR FORMATION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMMITTEE AT VARIOUS COMPANIES AND INSTITUIONS ” ” According to the legislative act passed by the Parliament of India 2013″.
​​​​​​Currently our NGO is part of INTERNAL COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE @ OC​EANEERING INTERNATIONAL IT PARK CHANDIGARH.​

Human Rights

People For Human Rights Council (NGO) is regularly promoting Human Rights literacy and awareness in the society by targeting the rural and backward areas of the country. Human rights and legal rights literacy and awareness are one of the main missions of (PHRC) with the help of the National Human Rights Commission New Delhi and State Human Rights Commission. PHRC is working under the Protection of Human Rights Act 1993. This organization is always ready to take legal action and raise voice against the human rights violation and corruption prevailing in the state agencies, police and society with the help of the National Human Rights Commission and State Human Rights Commissions by filing the complaints Under Section 12 read with section 2 (d) sections 13(1) and 17(2) of Protection of Human Rights Act 1993.

PROTECTS LIFE, LIBERTY, DIGNITY, AND HONOUR OF HUMAN BEINGS.

Women Rights

Women are the base of our society half population of the world is female hence the rights of the female must be protected for the prosperity of the society. It is very surprising that the women education rate is very low comparatively male members of the society due to this reason the female members of society are under the clutches of, the domestic violence dowry death victims, sexual abuses inequality blind faith or other social evils. Education is the key for the progress of the women in the society if the women wants to get her rights of equality then she must be highly qualified .This Organization works for the welfare of the women without any discrimination on the basis of the cast, creed ,color, religion or language etc. The mission of the society is to strengthen the women by providing them education. This organization doing hard effort to achieve the goal of the organization.

Legal Help

People for Human Rights Council has its own panel of lawyers and legal advisors who .are always available to give free legal advice. They work with honesty and full dedication under the guidance of panel’s in charge. Whenever the organization receives any complaint against violation of human rights immediately refers the matter to the legal advisory board of PHRC and after advise of the board next step is formal help according to law. 

Children and childhood across the world, have broadly been construed in terms of a ‘golden age’ that is synonymous with innocence, freedom, joy, play and the like. It is the time when, spared the rigours of adult life, one hardly shoulders any kind of responsibility or obligations. But, then, it is also true those children are vulnerable, especially when very young. The fact that children are Vulnerable, they need to be cared for and protected from ‘the harshness of the world outside’ and around. This being so, the adult-child relation, parents in particular, is said to provide ‘care and protection’ – serving thereby the ‘best interests of the child’ and meeting their day-to-day ‘needs of survival and development’. The adult is presumed to be the guardian and in that respect expected to take the responsibility of child’s welfare 

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