Women's rights are the basic human rights that were set out by the United Nations for every person on the universe nearly 70 years ago. These rights include the right to live free from discrimination, violence, and slavery; to be equal wage; to earn a fair; to vote; and to own property and educated.
Our aim is to educate women from suppressed and downtrodden classes so that true equality for all women in India blossoms and move towards fully equal partnership of the sexes, as slice of the world-wide revolution of human rights now taking place beyond and within our national frontier.
To implement Women’s Education for the attainment of equal status of women in all aspects of economic development and social political within the nation and the community at large.
To establish and organise women’s groups which organisations and individual committed to feminist aims can share the information and facilities on women matters or issue.
To ensure the implementation of regulations geared towards the enhancement and welfare of the status of women.
To educate the public on the rights of women and the means of enforcing such rights for the achievement of equality, development and peace.
To co-operate with International and National NGO’s and agencies by co-aligning and networking for the achievement of specific goals for the development and welfare of women.
To work for peace, Women’s Education, Women’s Rights, social justice and economic.
Be a Woman with attitude, a Girl with a mind, and a Lady with a lot of class essence.
In Indian society, women are traditionally discriminated excluded and against from family and political related decisions. Despite the good amount of work and dedication women must do on a regular basis to support their families, their rights are limited and their opinions are rarely acknowledged.
Indian society does indeed identify many women’s rights, including the rights to set up a business, political involvement, and family allowance. Nevertheless, in rural areas, a lack of information and poverty represent real barriers to women’s empowerment and independence. Programs aimed at advancing microfinance, human rights, and literacy are therefore essential in order to restore Indian women to open doors to a better future and the place they really deserve.
Human Rights Cell work for Women’s Rights .
Stay Strong, Make Everyone Wonder How You’re Still Smiling.
he goal of Human rights cell is the welfare, and empowerment of women and children. The organisation creates women self-help groups across villages in its areas, for women empowerment and education.
The faith that when women have chances to improve their life, everyone benefits and earn an income and control what they do with it, their kids are more likely to finish education, their families eat better meals, the entire community thrives and they stay healthy.
Identifies barriers to social stability and economic condition of women and designs evidence-based plans for policymakers, program designers, and donors that empower women. Human Rights Cell talks to women directly and assist their voices should be heard.
24-hour helpline service for rescue and distress calls. Rescue services and emergency response with linkage with existing mechanisms like many emergency service is expected to lead to timely help for women’s.
To systematically offer legal, moral, and social support, reach out, respond to women who are victims of abuse and violence both within marriage and outside, enable them to lead a life of dignity and pride.
Apart from the direct intervention, counselling is followed up thoroughly and regularly. Organisation helps the women who approach them to get jobs, find admission for their children in orphanages if the mother is not able to look after them, carry out follow up visits at their households, in case of reconciliation with a previously abusive spouse, provides medical treatment to every respected women.
Littles Girls With Dreams Becomes Women With Vision.
The principal output of the Commission on the Status of Women is the agreed conclusions on priority themes set for each year. Agreed conclusions contain an analysis of the priority theme and a set of concrete recommendations for governments, intergovernmental bodies and other institutions, civil society actors and other relevant stakeholders, to be implemented at the international, national, regional and local level.