People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights

The People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights is an Indian non-governmental organisation and membership based movement work to ensure basic rights for marginalised groups in the Indian society, e.g. children, women, Dalits and tribes to establish rule of law through participatory activism against extra judicial killing, police torture, hunger, bonded labour and injustice by hegemonic masculinity of the caste system and patriarchy. PVCHR ideology is inspired by the father of the Dalit movement and modern Nation-State , Dr. B. R. Ambedkar and Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi who struggled against patriarchy and the caste hierarchical system.

PVCHR was founded in 1996 by Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi and Shruti Nagvanshi in collaboration with Sarod Maestro Vikash Maharaj, Dr. Mahendra Pratap historian and Poet Gyanendra Pati.


Jabala Action Research Organization

Jabala Action Research Organization (An ISO 9001:2015 Certified Organisation), established in 1992 works with vulnerable children, and youth whose lives are marginalized through the multiple axes of poverty, religion and region leading to lack of educational entitlements, violence, child marriage and trafficking, towards a future that is safe, joyous and full of hope and promise. Work to create social infrastructure, to build synergies between various stakeholders, government and civil society and enhance people’s capacities to claim, innovate and protest.  The overall objective of Jabala is to ensure protection of rights of underprivileged children, youth and survivors/victims of violence.

Jabala’s work over the years shifted from direct service delivery to Right based approaches to prevent Trafficking, Child marriage, Unsafe Migration of adolescent girls and young women. Started focusing on children in a holistic way – as Actors in our society, as Citizens of Today and seeks to recognize, protect and promote all rights for all children in an integrated manner, especially who are disadvantaged on account of their gender, caste, class, ethnicity, ability and location in active collaboration with community and government.


Human Right Focus

Human Right Focus Pakistan (HRFP) a non-government organization (NGO) established in 1994 to work for the promotion and protection of human rights with special focus on religious minorities, women and children. HRFP was founded by the persons belonging from religious minorities who were enthusiastic, dedicated and concerned towards the disturbing situation of human rights in Pakistan. HRFP undertakes advocacy and lobbying initiatives to reduce pattern of discrimination and violation against the minorities and marginalized. HRFP used a right based approach to sensitized, strategized and implement the deprived rights of religious minorities, women’s and children. HRFP works for access to justice by supporting the victims (individuals/groups) through legal assistance with medical, relocation, livelihood and other possible measures.


Research and Empowerment Organization (REO)

Research and Empowerment Organization (REO) is a non-profit human rights organization that working for the people regardless of caste color and religions. They work together to alleviate the sadness of underprivileged people of the society and spread happiness out to each and every corner of the world. It is vocal against any law that discriminates minorities in Bangladesh. It works to end racial discrimination and xenophobia in Bangladesh. REO believes that any offender who has committed human rights violations should be prosecuted. It pursues activities through worldwide campaigns and appeals to the Government of Bangladesh.




Progressive Organization for Women’s Advancement

POWA includes progressive minded individuals, who believe that women’s liberation is achievable; if and only if, it is translated into social equity – through ideas and organized actions. We hold the firm conviction, that all forms of oppression are linked and stem from an unjust society – steeped in economic inequities. It affirms that women’s oppression is a result of historical injustices and social division of labor, that limits women to family care; we therefore stand in full support of affirmative action – as a first step to address social inequality.