NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS PROTECTION ORGANIZATION TRUST (राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार कानून सुरक्षा संघ "ट्रस्ट" भारत)
(Registered Under Indian Trust Act. 1882 Government of India)
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Objectives

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End of colonization

To support the end of colonization and press for resolution of colonial conflicts through the UN framework.To work towards the sovereignty and self determination of entities with historical, cultural and ecological identity.


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Human rights first

To work for ensuring that basic human rights are respected everywhere.To cooperate to avoid compromising on human rights for economic or political expediency.



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Disempowered communities

To keep the interests of disempowered communities foremost in all dealings with countries in which human rights violations occur.To support the end of colonization and press for resolution of colonial conflicts through the UN framework.

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Pluralistic society

To train the young men and women for facing the challenges of the pluralistic society and the rising conflicts and tensions in the name of particularistic loyalties to caste, religion, region and culture.


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Events

National
Committee

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Mr. Vipin Kumar

(National President)

Social workers are a part of the few who do care. They care about social injustices committed every day, across the globe— behind closed doors and out in the open. They are the ones who care enough to believe they can make the world a better place.

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Mr. Saddam Sheikh

(National Coordinator)

We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked, and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty.

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(National Vice President)

It’s a case of “glass half full” vs. “glass half empty.” Studying and observing the problem rather than working toward a solution is a fruitless endeavor. Social workers conduct research, create strategies to solve social issues, and play their role as part of the solution.

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Dr. R.S. Verma

(National Secretary)

“Firsts” are always frightening. First steps, first failure, first success. But for social workers, fear is a sign that they are making progress on the road less traveled.

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Mr. Roopesh Kumar

(National Treasurer)

It’s much easier to forget your personal woes when you’re serving the needs of those around you. For social workers, the needs can be overwhelming. But regardless of the results, the career rewards are intangible.

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Mr. Muteek Ahmad

(Joint Secretary)

It is not your job to save everyone. Some people are not even ready to be helped. Focus on being of service to those who are, and be wise and humble enough to know when the best service you can offer is to guide them toward help in another direction.

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Mr. Moin Ahmad

Action begins with a desire. Naturally, heart felt compassion leads to action. The vulnerable and disadvantaged in this world need more than pity—they need to see love operate selflessly and sacrificially.

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Mr. Verender Kumar

(General Secretary)

Every now and then, we meet younger versions of ourselves. We see the mistakes they are making today and wish we could set them straight. For social workers, their lives are intertwined with those they are serving. They discover more and more about themselves every day as they learn to help those around them.