Jaipur, India – January 1, 2024
The Human Rights Council of India (HRCI) marks another milestone in its unyielding pursuit of justice and equality. Avijit Roy, the National Director, was honored with an esteemed Honorary Doctorate Award for Social Work. The distinguished accolade, presented by the esteemed Hessen University, Germany, was handed over by Bollywood luminary Mahima Chowdhury at the prestigious Stardom Resort in Jaipur.
Avijit Roy has been a beacon of advocacy for over two decades, dedicating his life to the noble cause of safeguarding human rights. His tireless commitment and the collective efforts of the HRCI have propelled the organization to the forefront of the human rights movement in India. The HRCI is an independent, non-partisan, and non-profit entity, transcending political, economic, and religious affiliations.
“At the core of our mission lies an unwavering dedication to empower individuals to claim their rights through education and training,” remarked Avijit Roy, reflecting on the organization’s guiding principles. “We envision a world free from violence, oppression, and atrocities—a world where every human is safe, strong, and valued.”
The HRCI’s unwavering commitment resonates in its extensive reach across India, boasting a membership that spans the nation. The organization’s ethos revolves around championing the rights of all individuals, regardless of gender, caste, creed, color, religion, or language.
Central to the HRCI’s initiatives is its unyielding stance on gender equality. Recognizing women as the cornerstone of society, the organization remains steadfast in its mission to protect and promote women’s rights. “Education is the cornerstone of progress,” emphasizes Avijit Roy. “Empowering women through education is pivotal in dismantling societal barriers and fostering equality.”
The HRCI actively combats issues plaguing women, such as domestic violence, dowry deaths, sexual abuse, and inequality. Its dedication to providing educational opportunities without discrimination is a testament to its commitment to fostering a society founded on truthfulness and nonviolence.
As the HRCI continues to pave the path toward a just and equitable society, it remains resolute in pursuing justice for all. With a firm resolve, the organization strives to fortify communities, embolden individuals, and amplify the voices of those deprived of their inherent rights.
For further information on the Human Rights Council of India and its initiatives, please visit www.ahrci.com.
Human Rights Council of India
About the Human Rights Council of India:
The Human Rights Council of India (HRCI) is an autonomous, voluntary, non-governmental organization committed to promoting and protecting human rights. Founded on justice, equality, and non-discrimination principles, HRCI works tirelessly to empower individuals and communities in their quest for justice and dignity.