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प्रदेश मानवाधिकार संगठन, भारत

PRADESH MANWADHIKAR SANGTHAN

is a youth led organization working on empowering the underprivileged section of our society. SHRO has a pan India presence through its wide network of Volunteers across the country.

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HUMAN RIGHTS


Human Rights are those rights which belong to an individual as a consequence of being a human being. They are based on elementary human needs. Some of these human needs are elemental for sheer physical survival and health. Others are elemental for physical survival and health. Such human rights can be perceived and enumerated. These rights are associated with the traditional concept of natural law. Human Right are commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because he or she is a human being. According to Section-2(d) of the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 Human Rights means the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the constitution or embodied in the international covenants and enforceable by constitution in India.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 is a milestone in the field of human rights. The United Nations General Assembly Proclamations on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 resolved a common standard of achievement of all people and all nations. Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, provides that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Human rights, being the birth right, are therefore, inherent in all the individuals irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, sex and nationality. These rights are essential for all individuals as they are consonant with their freedom and dignity and are conducive to physical, moral, social and spiritual welfare. They are also necessary as they provide suitable conditions for the material and moral uplift of the people. In view of these immense significance to human beings, the human rights are also sometimes called as fundamental rights, basic rights, inherent rights, natural right and birth rights. Civil liberties are the rights guaranteed to citizens as a matter of fundamental rights. Human rights are essential for all round development of the personality of the individuals in society and, therefore, ought to be protected and be made available to all individuals.


Universal Declaration of Human Rights Related to Indian Constitution-

  Article 1 - Right to Equality

  Article 2 - Freedom from Discrimination

  Article 3 - Right to Life, Liberty, Personal Security

  Article 4 - Freedom from Slavery

  Article 5 - Freedom from Torture and Degrading Treatment

  Article 6 - Right to Recognition as a Person before the Law

  Article 7 - Right to Equality before the Law

  Article 8 - Right to Remedy by Competent Tribunal

  Article 9 - Freedom from Arbitrary Arrest and Exile

  Article 10 - Right to Fair Public Hearing

  Article 11 - Freedom from Interference with Privacy, Family, Home and Correspondence

  Article 12 - Right to Free Movement in and out of the Country

  Article 13 - Right to a Nationality and the Freedom to Change It

  Article 14 - Right to Marriage and Family

  Article 15 - Right to Own Property

  Article 16 - Freedom of Belief and Religion

  Article 17 - Freedom of Opinion and Information

  Article 18 - Right of Peaceful Assembly and Association

  Article 19 - Right to Participate in Government and in Free Elections

  Article 20 - Right to Social Security

  Article 21 - Right to Desirable Work and to Join Trade Unions

  Article 22 - Right to Rest and Leisure

  Article 23 - Right to Adequate Living Standard

  Article 24 - Right to Education

  Article 25 - Right to Participate in the Cultural Life of Community

  Article 26 - Right to a Social Order that Articulates this Document

  Article 27 - Community Duties Essential to Free and Full Development

  Article 28 - Freedom from State or Personal Interference in the above Rights

National President’s Message.

The human right to live and exist, the right to equality, including equality before the law, non-discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth, and equality of opportunity in matters of employment, the right to freedom of speech and expression, assembly, association, movement, residence, the right to practice any profession or occupation, the right against exploitation, prohibiting all forms of forced labour, child labour and trafficking in human beings, the right to freedom of conscience, practice and propagation of religion and the right to legal remedies for enforcement of the above are basic human rights. These rights and freedoms of democracy. Obviously, in a democracy, the people enjoy the maximum number of freedoms and rights. Besides these are political rights, which include the right to contest an election and vote freely for a candidate of one’s choice. Human rights are a benchmark of a developed and civilised society. But rights cannot exist in a vacuum. They have their corresponding duties. Rights and duties are the two aspects of the same coin

“Liberty never means license. Rights pre-suppose the rule of law, where everyone in the society follows a code of conduct and behaviour for the good of all. It is the sense of duty and tolerance that gives meaning to rights. Rights have their basis in the ‘live and let live’ principle. For example, my right to speech and expression involves my duty to allow others to enjoy the same freedom of speech and expression. Rights and duties are inextricably interlinked and interdependent. A perfect balance is to be maintained between the two. Whenever there is an imbalance, there is chaos. Violation of human rights is most common in totalitarian and despotic states. In the theocratic states, there is much persecution, and violation in the name of religion suffer the most. Even in democracies, there is widespread violation and infringement of human rights and freedom. The women, children and the weaker sections of society are victims of these transgressions and violence.“

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Meet Our Team

National President & Chairman
Dr. Arvind Singh

National President & Chairman

राष्ट्रीय सह संरक्षक (Former DGP -IPS)
Mr.Maithili Sharan Gupta, DGP police

राष्ट्रीय सह संरक्षक (Former DGP -IPS)

NATIONAL VICE- PRESIDENT & HEAD FOREIGN AFFAIRS
DR. LUCILLE SIDDIQUI

NATIONAL VICE- PRESIDENT & HEAD FOREIGN AFFAIRS

NATIONAL INCHARGE
Mr. RAJANIKANT SINGH

NATIONAL INCHARGE

NATIONAL HEAD MEDIA & HEAD WOMEN CELL NCR NEW DELHI
ASHMITA SINGH RAJPUT

NATIONAL HEAD MEDIA & HEAD WOMEN CELL NCR NEW DELHI

 Technical Head (India & Overseas) & Incharge in West Bengal
Mr. Rahul Rawat

Technical Head (India & Overseas) & Incharge in West Bengal

NATIONAL PRESIDENT KINNAR WING
SWAMI KAUSHLYA NANDA GIRI " TEENA MAA"

NATIONAL PRESIDENT KINNAR WING

NATIONAL GENERAL SECRETARY
Mr. SUNIL KUMAR AGARWAL

NATIONAL GENERAL SECRETARY

राष्ट्रीय महामंत्री
MR. AKHILESH TIWARI

राष्ट्रीय महामंत्री

BRAND AMBASSADOR
Mr. RAJENDRA TIWARI DUKAN JI

BRAND AMBASSADOR

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION MINISTER
Mr. SURENDRA PRATAP SINGH

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION MINISTER

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