National Human Rights Commission constituted: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights known as Human Rights, as commonly understood, and are the rights that every human being is entitled to enjoy freely irrespective of his religion, race, caste, sex and nationality, etc. The Declaration of Indian Independence acknowledged the fundamental human rights. Human rights means different thing to different people. Human Rights are not static. New rights are recognized and enforced from time to time. Only persons fully conversant with the latest development about the expanding horizons of Human Rights can promote their awareness better than others.
And that is precisely what we aim to do.
As an active humanitarian organization, we work for the respect & promotion of human rights all over India. Our work consists of educating the people about their rights and violations. We also investigate the abuses, including their causes, development & consequences. Our main aim is to contribute to the overall development of the victims suffering through indignity and any breach of their Human Rights Law. We seek to preserve the spirit of the victims of human rights violations & fighting against the impunity of human rights violators.
It is not only the right to see offenders brought to trial & conviction, & the need for prioritizing of safety which has been accorded a law order of importance; even medical assistance & treatment of the victim has been relatively marginalized. It is commonly understood that the priority of attracting multinational corporate capital, technology & more recently, the emphasis on foreign direct investment has encourages this approach.