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Meaning of Human Rights

" Human Beings are retional beings. They by virtue of their being human possess certain basic and inalienable rights which are commonly known as human rights. "

" Human rights are defined as all those rights which are essential for the protection and maintenance of dignity of individuals and create conditions in which every human being can develop his personality to the fullest extent may be termed as human rights. "

What we do it

We work with the most disadvantaged local communities, sensitising and educating them about the rights of children to help them understand that children are meant to be at school and not work.

We form Children Groups through which we bring together vulnerable children in a community. These children then collectively work our solutions to help themselves and each other and ensure child rights in their area are upheld. We work very closely with these Children Groups and train them to identify and prevent cases of child marriage, child trafficking, child abuse and child labour. We map out-of-school children, street children and those who are involved in child labour and facilitate their movement into schools by the means of enrolment drives.

International Human Rights & Peace Unison

We work with the most disadvantaged local communities, sensitising and educating them about the rights of children to help them understand that children are meant to be at school and not work.

We rolled out a Missing Children Helpline in Jharkhand and West Bengal where reports of missing children can be logged In 2014 we joined forces with IKEA to kickstart a mega project to prevent child labour in the cotton farming areas of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan During emergencies and disasters, we set up Child Friendly Spaces where affected children find a safe and conducive environment to overcome the trauma In 2014, we protected 1.65 lakh children from different forms of harm

For vulnerable children above 14 years of age, we organise skill-based vocational trainings like beautician courses, security guard training, etc. and prepare them for dignified employment opportunities

Highlights Against Womens Violations

A vital part of understanding a social problem, and a precursor to preventing it, is an understanding of what causes it. Research on the causes of violence against women has consisted of two lines of inquiry: examination of the characteristics that influence the behavior of offenders and consideration of whether some women have a heightened vulnerability to victimization. Research has sought causal factors at various levels of analysis, including individual, dyadic, institutional, and social.

Human Rights Against Child Labour

The ”fundamental principles and rights at work” concern freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, the elimination of forced or compulsory labour, the abolition of child labour, and the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.
★ National policies and programmes to ensure effective progress in the elimination of child labour
★ Action to build the worldwide movement against child labour

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