Profiles of Indian NGOs & National – Ineternational Funding Agencies – Government Grants

National Human Rights Federation, Bangalore

Add : 130, 1st, Azizia Building, Armstrong Road, Bharati Nagar
Tel :
Mobile : 93410 65689, 97387 37676
Website :
Contact Person : Muhammad Javed Ibrahim
Purpose : Social Work.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To promote and protect human rights in India by working with the victims of human rights violations and their organizations. It educates the victims and their communities, and facilitates and builds the capacity of organizations of victims to take collective action on their own. It addresses the issues of displacement and forced eviction, violence against women and children, exploitation, torture, abuse and discrimination against dalits (untouchable and low caste poor), and attacks on minorities and indigenous communities. Abolishing of dictatorship by particular group, associations, organisation or community or by political leaders, based on learning and work experiences, integrated democracy monitoring into its core activity as the basic path to rights for the above mentioned target group, participating in decision making and asking for accountability and good governance of the state in particular. It focuses on having a right to: social and political participation a sustainable livelihood education, particularly access for children, life and security identity investigates, reports on, and campaigns against human rights abuses. Tribal and dalit people, especially women and children, are its priority and protecting ones civil rights and constitutional rights.

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