Dr. Mahtab Ray (National President)

NHRSJC an independent and neutral organization that operates nationwide in promoting the laws to protect the violation of human rights and help people affected by conflict, armed violence, religious or cast related persecution, torture by police and various other human rights violations.

NHRSJC works with vulnerable groups and communities to demand accountability of security forces and ensure the rights of citizens are promoted and protected.

We help the poor and marginalized access legal systems, thereby increasing governmental accountability and public faith in the rule of law.

NHRSJC is an union of people from all walks of life who believe that together, we can realize extraordinary changes and make this world a better place for each and every human being.


Years in Dedication

Issues Defended

Awareness Projects

Access To Justice

Equitable Law

Access to justice, as defined by the United Nations Development Program and understood and accepted within the international human rights community, means that laws and remedies must be just, equitable, and sensitive to the needs of the poor and marginalized.

Security & Humans Rights

Human Security

The link between security and human rights is important and is reinforced only if we consider that human rights define human security. Individual, international, and national development requires the protection of human rights therefore you cannot have security without the protection of human rights.

Womens Rights & Gender Equality

Equal Rights

Gender equality is at the very heart of human rights and United Nations values. A fundamental principle of the United Nations Charter adopted by world leaders in 1945 is "equal rights of men and women", and protecting and promoting women's human rights is the responsibility of all States.

Natural Resources & Human Rights

Workers Rights

The development of natural resources is essential to the production of energy, goods and food. Under the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, it is the responsibility of the companies developing these resources, as well as their buyers and investors, to safeguard the human rights of workers and communities affected by their activities.