"People can only last where human rights are respected, where the people are fed, and where individuals and nations are free."
– Nelson Mandela
The Human rights council of India came into existence with the fundamental aim to make human rights accessible at every corner of India. Established by Mr. Haji Shaikh, a dynamic and committed humanist, and social laborer, the organization was enrolled in 2013. It has since been working with devotion for the noble causes of liberty, advancement, equality for all, monetary growth of the oppressed, and harmony, congruity, and fellowship.
With operations and readily available aid throughout the country, The HRC strives towards the welfare of the society by making fundamental rights known to people from all social strata. It works to seek justice per the law for the ones who are deprived of it.
A social association for the overlooked, the dismissed, the defrauded,the mistreated, the discouraged, and the tormented, HRC develops mindfulness in Indians regarding what their privileges are and how they must exercise them.