March 4, 2024
  1. About Bharatiya Human Rights Council

About BHARATIYA HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL (BHRC):

Welcome to the Bharatiya Human Rights Council (BHRC), where the pursuit of justice and the
protection of human rights are at the forefront of our mission. We are a dynamic and dedicated
organization committed to making a positive impact in the field of human rights in India.

At BHRC, we believe that every individual deserves to live a life of dignity and respect. Our
organization is driven by the core principles of justice, equality, and human rights for all.
Through our work, we strive to create a society where every voice is heard, every right is
protected, and every person is empowered.

What sets BHRC apart is our unwavering commitment to advocacy and action. We actively
engage with policymakers, government bodies, and other stakeholders to drive policy reforms
that promote and safeguard human rights. Our strong network allows us to influence change at
both the grassroots and national levels, ensuring that the rights of all individuals are prioritized.

Education and awareness form the cornerstone of our efforts. We believe that knowledge is
power, and by equipping individuals with a deep understanding of their rights, we empower
them to become agents of change. Through workshops, training programs, and awareness
campaigns, we strive to build a society that is knowledgeable, engaged, and actively involved in
promoting human rights.

BHRC stands firmly in support of marginalized and vulnerable communities. We work tirelessly
to protect the rights of women, children, indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and
sexual minorities. By amplifying their voices, advocating for their rights, and addressing their
unique challenges, we strive to create a more inclusive and equitable society.

We firmly believe that support for victims of human rights violations is paramount. BHRC
provides legal aid, counseling services, and a safe space for victims to seek assistance and
guidance. We are committed to ensuring that those affected by human rights abuses find
justice, healing, and support on their journey towards recovery.

Collaboration lies at the heart of our approach. We actively collaborate with other human rights
organizations, civil society groups, and individuals who share our passion and commitment. By
forging strong partnerships, we leverage collective knowledge, expertise, and resources to
maximize our impact and drive meaningful change.

At BHRC, we are driven by a vision of a society where human rights are not just words on paper,
but a lived reality for all individuals. We invite you to join us in our quest for a more just,
equitable, and rights-respecting society. Together, we can make a difference and create a
brighter future for generations to come.
Below are the important human rights

  1. Human Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    a. Human Rights and Civil and Political Rights
    b. Human Rights and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights
    c. Human Rights and Gender Equality
    d. Human Rights and Children’s Rights
    e. Human Rights and Racial Equality
  2. Human Rights and Freedom of Expression
    a. Human Rights and Right to Privacy
    b. Human Rights and Right to Education
    c. Human Rights and Right to Health
    d. Human Rights and Right to Work
  3. Human Rights and Right to Fair Trial
    a. Human Rights and Right to Freedom from Torture
    b. Human Rights and Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief
    c. Human Rights and Indigenous Rights
  4. Human Rights and Right to Water and Sanitation
    a. Human Rights and Right to Freedom of Movement
    b. Human Rights and Right to a Clean Environment
    c. Human Rights and Right to Political Participation
  5. Human Rights and Right to Disability Inclusion
    a. Human Rights and Right to Non-Discrimination
    b. Human Rights and Right to Access to Information
    c. Human Rights and Right to Reproductive Health
  6. Human Rights and Right to Adequate Housing
    a. Human Rights and Right to Food
    b. Human Rights and Rights of Persons in Detention
    c. Human Rights and Right to Peaceful Assembly
  7. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Mental Health Conditions
    a. Human Rights and Access to Justice for Children
    b. Human Rights and Artificial Intelligence
    c. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with HIV/AIDS
  8. Human Rights and Access to Quality Education for Girls
    a. Human Rights and Access to Justice for Indigenous Communities
    b. Human Rights and the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Conflict Settings
    c. Human Rights and Rights of LGBTQ+ Individuals
  9. Human Rights and Freedom of Associations
    a. Human Rights and Refugee Rights
    b. Human Rights and Sustainable Business Practices
    c. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Albinism
  10. Human Rights and Cultural Rights
    a. Human Rights and Rights of Stateless Persons
    b. Human Rights and Gender-Based Violence
    c. Human Rights and Socio-Economic Rights
  11. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Autism
    a. Human Rights and Access to Justice for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
    b. Human Rights and Rights of Indigenous Women
    c. Human Rights and Rights of Older
  12. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Visual Impairments
    a. Human Rights and Digital Rights
    b. Human Rights and Access to Clean Water and Sanitation
    c. Human Rights and Rights of Migrant Workers
  13. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Epilepsy
    a. Human Rights and Rights of Prisoners’ Families
    b. Human Rights and Access to Reproductive Health
    c. Human Rights and Data Privacy
  14. Human Rights and Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion
    a. Human Rights and Rights of Sex Workers
    b. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities in Conflict Settings
    c. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Education
  15. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Employment
    a. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Healthcare
    b. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Public Spaces
    c. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Technology
  16. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Sports
    a. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Transportation
    b. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Communication

c. Human Rights and Rights of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities in Conflict

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