In courts, in the media, and in various public and legislative for a, IHRC is a strong advocate for laws and policies that promote and defend human rights. An important part of IHRC'S work involves advocacy against legislation and policies that undermine human rights. This includes working to increase public awareness through research and dissemination of accurate information on violations and anti-poor policies.


Asserting everyone’s right to access and everyone’s ability to understand the law – we attempt to demystify legal terms, concepts and procedures so that everyone, especially those neglected by the system of justice can find themselves more included. Law can then be the framework for liberation rather than of oppression by the elite. To do this, IHRC, takes legal education as a mission. It continuously campaigns to broad constituencies for better understanding about the law and the judicial system through different channels in the variety of Indian languages, and through material that is focused on its target audience.

Legal Aid and Public Interest Litigation

The nationwide network offers quick response and pro bono expertise to those who have little or no access to the justice system. Lawyers offer legal representation and advice to people who cannot afford legal representation. IHRC is part of the access to justice movement.


The International Human Rights Commission-IHRC is a non-profit international human rights organization. The Head Quarter of IHRC is in Rajasthan, India. On 2 May 2019, IHRC was established under the 1882 Trust Act in Rajasthan, India The International Human Rights Commission is one of the world's leading independent organizations dedicated to protecting and protecting human rights and preventing human trafficking. With an international focus where human rights are violated, we give voice to the oppressed and hold the oppressors responsible for their crimes. Our rigorous, purposeful investigations and strategic, targeted advocacy create intense pressure for action and raise the cost of human rights abuses. For years, the IHRC has worked hard to lay the legal and ethical basis for deep-rooted change and has struggled to provide greater justice and protection to people around the world. The entire strong team of IHRC is working all over the world to stop human trafficking.


Standing Up Against Workplace Sexual Harassment

The current EU definition of sexual harassment set out in the 2006 Equal Treatment Directive (2006/54/EC) is: “where any form of unwanted verbal, non-verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature occurs, with the purpose or effect of violating the dignity of a person, in particular when creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment”.

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Helping Domestic Violence Victims

The effects of domestic abuse extend to the society and is not just something that affects the individual or family members involved. Children who witness violence in their homes are at a higher risk of developing problems with their behaviour as they get older, these problems include anger, anxiety and other mental health issues.

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Preventing Child Labour

Conversation with the parents of child labourers. If you know of any parent forcing his/her child into child labour in your vicinity, talk to him/her and inform about how child labour can jeopardize their child’s future.

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