loader image
  • +91 (918)-232-7311
  • info@hrpcsj.com
  • Regional Office: D-199/A-13, Freedom Fighters Enclave, Neb Sarai, New Delhi-110068.
  • Head Office: D.No: 4-6-17/1, Kamal's Castle,Savarkar Nagar,Nacharam x roads, Hyderabad - 500076
  • Working Hours: Mon to Sat 9.00AM to 9.00 PM.

Important Links:

Web Links

1. Important Links And Affiliations

Office Of The United Nations High Commissioner For Human Rights 

Amnesty International    [http://www.amnesty.org]

National Human Rights Commission   [http://www.nhrc.nic.in]

Human Rights Watch    [http://www.hrw.org/]

International Bar Association [http://www.roldirectory.org/]

United Nations Office Of Drug And Crime [http://www.unodc.org/ngo/]

United Nations Environment Programme [http://www.unep.org]

The UN/DPI NGO Site [http://www.undpi.org]

XPDNC Human Rights Links [http://www.xpdnc.com]

AIDs Portal [http://www.aidsportal.org]

UNDESA [http://esaconf.un.org]

Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative [http://www.humanrightsinitiative.org]

2. Judicial Synthesis of Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy

3. Right to Development as a Third Genration

4. Human Rights – Post Independence

  • ADM Jabalpur v. Shiv Kant Shukla (1976) 2 SCC 521
  • Chhaya Patel (ed.), Social Work Practice Religio-Philosophical Foundations, New Delhi: Rawat Publications, 1999.
  • Debal. J. Singha Roy (ed.), Social Development and the Empowerment of the Marginalized Groups, Perspectives and Strategies, New Delhi, Sage Publications, 2001.
  • John Samuel, Infochange News and Features, June 2003,
    1. Smitu Kothari and Harsh Sethi (ed.), Rethinking Human Rights: Challenges For     Theory And Action, New York: New Horizon Press and Delhi: Lokayan, 1989.
    2. South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre (SAHRDC), A Step in the Rights     Direction, New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill, 2000.

5. Evolution of the NGO Movement in India

Problems and Challenges

  1. ‘Volunteerism and Social Change’, South Asia Voice, December 1999, available at http://members.tripod.com/-INDIA.RESOURCE /NGOs.html.
  2. Smitu Kothari and Harsh Sethi (ed.), Rethinking Human Rights: Challenges For Theory And Action, New York: New Horizon Press and delhi: Lokayan, 1989.
  3. Vijay Simha,’Reminders from us to ourselves’, Tehelka, 8 January 2005, http://www.tehelka.com/story_main10.asp?filename=Cr010805
  1. ‘Consumer Protection: Introduction and Definitions’,
    at http://www.indiainfoline.com/lega/cptc/ch01.html.
  2. Donoghue v. Stevenson [1932] AII ER Rep. 1 at http://www.leeds.ac.uk/law/hamlyn/donoghue.htm.
  3. UN Guidelines on Consumer Protection, 1985 at http://www.un.org/documents/ga/res/39/a39r248.htm.

6. The Consumer Protection Act (COPRA) 1986

Promoting Consumerism

  1. ‘Rights and Responsibilities of Consumers’, at http://www.nos.org/Secbuscour/25.pdf.
  2. K.Srinivasan, ‘A new era in consumerism’, The Hindu, 31 October 1999, at
    http://www. induonnet.com/folio/fo9910/99100060.htm.

7. Historical Development of Women’s Rights

8. Comprehending Gender and its Implications
Do we need a Uniform Civil Code?

12. Selected Issues in Sustainability

13. Civil Society:NGOs and Concerned Citizens

14. Eco-Tourism

15. Hazardous Industries

  • 16. Air Pollution

    Ministry of Environment and Forest, India, ‘Legislations on Environment, Forests, and Wildlife:Air Pollution’, at http://envfor.nic.in/legis/legis.html# B.
  • Ritwick Dutta, Sunita Dupey, Colin Gonsalves and Aparna Bhat (eds), The Environmental Activists Handbook I, New Delhi: Paul’s Press, 2000.
17. Water Pollution
18. Forest and Wildlife:
19. Environment and Development

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.

D.No: 4-6-17/1, Kamal's Castle,Savarkar Nagar,Nacharam x roads, Hyderabad - 500076

  • Tel.: (918)-232-7311
  • Mail : info@hrpscj.com