Life-sized, human rights-themed art installations were created by students from pioneer schools of the Amnesty International India Human Rights Education programme. Entitled "Hands Up For Change", this exhibition was part of Amnesty International India's Human Rights Month 2013 celebrations.READ MORE...
The fundamental rights guaranteed in our Constitution makes India a proud democracy. At Amnesty International, we work towards ensuring more people enjoy their human rights guaranteed in the Indian Constitution.
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Mechanisms to prevent violence against children in schools must be holistic, sustained, consistent in their intent and focused on upholding human rights, Amnesty International India said today, following the dissemination of new guidelines on safety measures in schools by the government of Karnataka.READ MORE...
A Human Rights Friendly School is rooted in 10 principles which are derived from international human rights standards, norms & instruments, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). These principle strengthen the thoughts and actions of every member of the school community. They are the foundation for the four key areas of school life: Curriculum, Relationships, Environment and Governance.
4 areas of school life: the domains