All India Human Rights Association (AIHRA) established in 1987 and Registered in the year 1989 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, is working with dedication for the Noble cause of Human Rights Protection and Promotion, Justice for all, Economic upliftment of the underprivileged, Education, Love, Peace, Harmony and Friendship, National & International Integration by Exchange of ideas & ethos amongst the neighboring countries and the people of the rest of the world

AIHRA is purely a non political, Secular NGO operating with the support of its members.

AIHRA has the Recognition today due to the efforts and association of Intellectuals, Philanthropist, Judges and other luminaries having contributed in a big way in our efforts to bring Awareness of not only Human Values but other social causes too.

Leading Personalities associated with us for the cause from the very inception, just to mention a few, were Late Giani Zail Singh Ji, Former President of India (AIHR’s first Chairperson), sbusequently AIHRA has been chaired by Hon’ble Chief Justice Shri R. N. Mishra Ji, Late Sh. Kafi Azami Ji, Late Sh. Sunil Dutt Ji, besides other important luminaries and 25000+members, in addition the wishes & blessings of large number of well wishers from all over the World.

AIHRA has its representation today in All States of India besides representation in the US, Europe & Asia -Pacific Countries.

AIHRA is a social organisation for the ignored, disregarded, over-looked, victimised, oppressed, depressed, tortured people of the society and it cultivates awareness in them with regard to their rights. AIHRA is an highly informative secured Human Rights Agency. AIHRA collects problems, complaints and grievances of the sufferers as also anti-social, anti-governmental activities and places them in front of prevailing government administration, police and courts.

AIHRA is also affiliated to the United Nations and other national and international agencies. With its available resources, AIHRA has been commemorating the International Youth Day, World Human Rights Day, World Women’s and Peace Day, World Press Freedom Day and above all, World Human Rights Day, as also organising different meetings, seminars, conventions, assemblies, conferences, cultural programmes, Youth camps, and judiciary camps.

AIHRA has been running a ‘free school’ for poor persons in North Delhi since 1987. A number of prestigious projects for future are lined up for execution. AIHRA is handling more than 200 Human Rights Centers all over India and has over 25000 members in the organization who are supporting the cause of Human Rights. AIHRA has organized serveral National and International Programmes on Human Rights in Delhi and other states at venues including India International Centre, Siri Fort Auditorium, India Habitat Centre and Pragati Maidan and at other places throughout India and at International level.

Besides making efforts in educating people of their rights, AIHRA has also been encouraging and felicitating various prominent personalities who have done commendable work in the arena of Human Welfare and protection of Human Rights every year, on the occasion of World Human Rights Day, All India Human Rights Association (AIHRA) felicitates a number of Diplomates, Judges, social workers, Leaders and super stars of Indian film industry for theri dedicated contribution towards betterment of the societies and others.

AIHRA opened a Legal Cell at Delhi and throughout India. Legal Services are, provided through Delhi Legal Services Authority & National Legal Services Authority which are helpful to poor, down-trodden, women, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, Handicapped, Children, Labour, Factory Workers and other weaker sections of the society. AIHRA also publishes a bi-lingual fortnightly magazine, viz., “AIHRA HUMAN RIGHTS”, that raises voice against all sorts of evils and injustice boldly, simultaneously creating consciousness, awareness in the minds of the people and educating them to train their minds to be united. Through the medium of its written communication, it alerts the Govenment, defaces and unveiles the criminals and corrupt people.

AIHRA in liaison with NGOs & Govermment Organisation seeks mutual help for a better coordination to form a welfare society

For any legal advice to any social problems, GRATIS (COST-FREE) advice is rendered by AIHRA to the needy.

For any legal advice to any social problems, GRATIS (COST-FREE) advice is rendered by AIHRA to the needy. AIHRA faces and defends of its own the cases in the Courts. AIHRA had undertaken 70-days International Human Rights Awareness and Sadbhawana Journey from 2nd October to 10th December 2004, covering 15,000 kilometers in 22 States and 2 SAARC countries. Again, in 2006, AIHRA had undertaken a 202-days International Human Rights Awareness for Cultural Integration journey in India and SAARC neighbourhoods, covering 51,000 kilometers, to spread Human Rights Awareness among the people. International Summit to commemorate world Human Rights Day every year on 10th December. AIHRA follows and observes every Act given in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Law of Justice and India’s Constitution. AIHRA believes in developing Human Values well within the framework of National & International Laws. AIHRA is endeavoring to open Residential Secular Schools, Colleges, Hospitals and Old-Age-Homes in all parts of the Country to enhance the Government’s initiative in these sectors. We have a lofty vision of networking with the nations in the world who solemnly agree with us to promote human values in the globe. We are contemplating to create an innovative and integrated learning network, campus learning and community management network. Our focus is to empower the campus and help reach out to the world to consolidate and deliver knowledge with respect to human rights issues that haunt the world today and to bring about peace, harmony and amity amongst us. Owing to growing inequity in society in all spheres of activity, AIHRA is staging an indefinite Dharna from 9th August 2008 Opposite Parliament of India demanding :IN THE NATIONAL INTEREST – One National Language, One Law universally applied for all, One National Identity.IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST – Stop commercialisation of Education, Health and Culture & Ethos.Our vision is based upon: alignment with established research programs and faculty strength targeted graduate degree programs a strong focus on collaboration the availability of land to accommodate spin-off companies and attract new industries that want to be in close proximity to faculty and graduate studentsand finally, the endowed chairs programme, which helps attract senior, highly credentialed faculty who can quickly establish a core group of colleagues and graduate students from across the countries. Increased base funding for academic and outreach, coupled with the State’s proven commitment to scholarships and research incentives will secure the kind of future we want for Rural India with more better-paying jobs, an outstanding quality of life, and affordable and accessible educational opportunities.
For any legal advice to any social problems, GRATIS (COST-FREE) advice is rendered by AIHRA to the needy.

AIHRA faces and defends of its own the cases in the Courts.

AIHRA had undertaken 70-days International Human Rights Awareness and Sadbhawana Journey from 2nd October to 10th December 2004, covering 15,000 kilometers in 22 States and 2 SAARC countries.

Again, in 2006, AIHRA had undertaken a 202-days International Human Rights Awareness for Cultural Integration journey in India and SAARC neighbourhoods, covering 51,000 kilometers, to spread Human Rights Awareness among the people.

International Summit to commemorate world Human Rights Day every year on 10th December.

AIHRA follows and observes every Act given in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Law of Justice and India’s Constitution. AIHRA believes in developing Human Values well within the framework of National & International Laws.

AIHRA is endeavoring to open Residential Secular Schools, Colleges, Hospitals and Old-Age-Homes in all parts of the Country to enhance the Government’s initiative in these sectors.

We have a lofty vision of networking with the nations in the world who solemnly agree with us to promote human values in the globe. We are contemplating to create an innovative and integrated learning network, campus learning and community management network. Our focus is to empower the campus and help reach out to the world to consolidate and deliver knowledge with respect to human rights issues that haunt the world today and to bring about peace, harmony and amity amongst us.

Owing to growing inequity in society in all spheres of activity, AIHRA is staging an indefinite Dharna from 9th August 2008 Opposite Parliament of India demanding :

IN THE NATIONAL INTEREST – One National Language, One Law universally applied for all, One National Identity.

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST – Stop commercialisation of Education, Health and Culture & Ethos.

Our vision is based upon:

  1. alignment with established research programs and faculty strength
  2. targeted graduate degree programs
  3. a strong focus on collaboration
  4. the availability of land to accommodate spin-off companies and attract new industries that want to be in close proximity to faculty and graduate students
  5. and finally, the endowed chairs programme, which helps attract senior, highly credentialed faculty who can quickly establish a core group of colleagues and graduate students from across the countries. Increased base funding for academic and outreach, coupled with the State’s proven commitment to scholarships and research incentives will secure the kind of future we want for Rural India with more better-paying jobs, an outstanding quality of life, and affordable and accessible educational opportunities.

ACHIEVEMENT OF AIHRA:

  1. Legal Cells operating at various parts of the country supported by National Legal Services Authority and Delhi Legal Services Authority.
  2. Running International Human Rights Library at H.Q.
  3. Running a ‘Free School’ for poor at Delhi.
  4. Every year on 10th Dec., Celebrates International Human Rights Day with Award and Cultural Programmes.
  5. Publishes regularly AIHRA Human Rights Fortnightly Bi-lingual Magazine.
  6. Conducts International Human Rights Camps & Awareness Programmes in different States in India.
  7. AIHRA has 200 Units functioning in India.
  8. Undertaken 70-Days International Human Rights Awareness & Sadbhawana Journey From 2nd October to 10 December, 2004 Completed 15000 KM, 22 States & 2 Countries. Distributed lakhs of handbill & magazine to spread Human Rights Awareness from the self-generated resources not taking any donation, contribution by Government & others. To conclude this journey, AIHRA organised a Run for Peace from India Gate to Rashtrapati Bhawan.
  9. Completed a number of projects related to Human Rights Violations in India & Abroad.
  10. Contributed in establishing National Human Rights Commission & Other NGOs.
  11. Conducted under one roof 151 Marriages of all religions for National Integration.
  12. Over 1,00,000 cases of poor people have been solved and helped rehabilitating them.
  13. World’s First 202 Days International Human Rights Awareness Journey for Cultural Integration from Republic Day to Independence Day. The Journey completed 51,000 Kms, 33 States in India and SAARC-Member Countries not taking any donation/contribution from government and others.
  14. AIHRA has 25,000 + Members, 200 Centres and public at large associated with us in our endeavour.

FUTURE PLAN

AIHRA plans for a massive National & International Campus in India which will house a number of Independent wings working under the banner of AIHRA, relatively in all fields, viz., Legal, Environment, Media, Youth, Women, Spiritual, Political, Publication, Health, Film, Trade, Education, Project, Technology, Labour & Culture.