What We Do
Human Rights Organization Works for "Creating justice to victims of injustice, human rights, freedom, equality, fraternity, peace, harmony, ecological and climate justice, liberation from the ill effects of liberalization; building good families and human communities, preserving cultural and religious traditions.
The HRO advocates the Right to Information program to obtain information from the government and other public bodies for the realization of basic human rights. Access to past information is the foundation upon which many programs are founded, without the initial knowledge of the right to information, justice cannot be achieved. The HRO believes that RTI is fundamental to the attainment of economic and social rights as well as civil and political rights.
HRO works to raise public awareness about the value of the right to information. It collaborates with policy advocates and community-based groups, catalyzes development and provides advice and technical expertise to governments and civil society actors to draft RTI and enforce them effectively.
Government schemes To expose irregularities in various government departments and bring awareness among the people, HRO has established its name by giving information about their rights. The focus of the HRO also focuses on increasing the transparency of traditionally closed systems and exposing malpractices. Works by focusing on exposing the failures of the legal system.
Many people approach HRO to solve their personal / personal problems or to satisfy their personal troubles, believing in helping them as well as working on those issues. Which involves a large public. For which the Public Grievance Assistance Center and the Right to Information Assistance Center are working as self-managed units of the organization.
To ensure that 100% of all government schemes reach the ground level, continuously uses the Right to Information Act and teaches civil society to use this weapon, HRO believes that 100% of all schemes reach the ground Having problems automatically reduces.
HRO believes in engaging with the media to promote transparent government through both supply side - ie - government and demand side - ie civil society organizations and media.
The HRO advocates for monitoring and strengthening compliance with the plans of the nation and states with civil and human rights obligations.
The HRO is strategically linked with a variety of action group, regional and district level mechanisms. Regularly advocates administrative reform and strong response mechanisms for human rights violations. HRO reviews human rights commitments at the local level; Advocates surveillance and its strength. The HRO acts as a pressurist group pushing for the protection of human rights defenders, journalists, RTI activists and civil society.
Engagement with human rights and its mechanisms, including capacity building of the right to information, advocates HRO research on sustainable development goals. Attempts to monitor and evaluate human behavior.
HRO is determined to create awareness through targeted advocacy and regular presentations focusing on the incident of harassment.
Enhances the capacity of civil society, pushing to strengthen its defensive commitment to its human rights. HRO is working towards structural reform and joint advocacy on thematic and social concerns.
The HRO works to facilitate the participation of civil society in the human rights system and to focus on their human rights concerns and challenges. Human resources provide platforms to discuss challenges in the implementation of prevention of violations.
HRO provides technical assistance, training and orientation to civil society. Sustainable development is moving towards goals. Conducts regular programs to strengthen civil society partnerships. Organizing civil society and advocating a strong legal framework against atrocities in India is also a major task of the HRO.
HRO advocates access to justice, access to information, transparency, accountability, participation, human rights and good governance.
HRO continues to struggle for policy discussions and accountability. The HRO raises voice for the abolition of child labor, the abolition of modern slavery and human trafficking, and the prohibition and elimination of the worst forms of child labor.
HRO is working to bring justice to the victims of injustice, as well as in the direction of promoting alternative justice system.
HRO strives to bridge the gap between national and international standards and the status of grassroots human rights at home with the support of local civil society, researchers, policy makers and academics.
HRO has a commitment to an immediate and effective measure to eradicate the worst forms of modern slavery such as forced labor, human trafficking, child labor etc. It can affect people of any age, gender or race. Therefore, HRO keeps calling for effective measures for its prohibition and elimination.
HRO supports programs that abolish contemporary forms of slavery, HRO emphasizes awareness, research, advocacy, network building, knowledge sharing and capacity building.
The HRO continues its efforts to build a network with members of local civil society who share a common vision to eradicate contemporary forms of slavery and human trafficking.
HRO acts as a knowledge-sharing platform for specific and thematic issues and good practice in its service sector, to raise awareness, build capacity, support people and advocate changes in laws and policies HRO works through partners and collaborators.
Highlighting the complexity of human rights violations and misconduct, attracts the attention of the HRO administration on such matters, presenting recommendations:
The HRO supports the development of specific targets and indicators at the national level, and the strengthening of domestic legislation, and national action plans.
Victims and survivors are facing increasing discrimination due to the outbreak and lockdown of COVID-19. COVID-19 has led to the majority of society standing together, yet not enough is being done to identify, help and protect victims and survivors. The re-allocation of official resources should not distract from action on contemporary forms of slavery, as victims and survivors are one of the most vulnerable groups affected by the epidemic. Unable to continue their normal activities, leaving the victims without local assistance. Involvement in survivor voices and policy development, planning, implementation and decision-making, including both short-term and long-term, has been voiced by HRO.
The HRO takes a shared approach to eradicate contemporary forms of slavery and human trafficking. HRO serves as a knowledge-sharing platform for good practice and HRO is continuously working through partners to raise awareness, build capacity, support survivors, and advocate changes in laws and policies.
As per voluntary pledges, the HRO has been calling from time to time to take necessary steps on several national and local issues such as human rights defenders, freedom of expression, torture, arbitrary detention, peaceful assembly and civil society space etc.
No one is hungry, does not sleep, does not starve, does not consider migrant laborers as corona bombs, consider as earning son like HRO is currently working even on the present condition.
The HRO does not receive any financial support from the government or from any other agency, it is only through donations from a rich and prosperous citizen like you that all the above works are done, your cooperation is the main support of the HRO, and you get more and more help in this sacred work. Expects cooperation.