In India where most of the Indians are literate but not educated, is very difficult to establish a society which is aware and conscious towards its Human Rights. All Indian Rights Organization (AIRO) is making sincere efforts and trying to make aware people for their Human Rights since 12th Nov 2006.
Its main thrust is to inseminate knowledge about the followings–
1– Fundamental Rights as enshrined in Indian Constitution
2– Provisions of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), 1948
3– Human Rights Protection Act 1993 in India.
4– Right to Information Act 2005 in India.
If a person knows all these four pillars of Human Right, he/she may have a concrete and real base for living a dignified life in this country.
1– All Academic Institutions irrespective of standard or class, technical or non-technical, should incorporate Human Rights as a qualifying paper.
2– Without passing Human Rights paper a student should not be promoted in next class or standard.
3– Human Rights should be taught in all classes. It should not be one sitting examination.
4– Government, Private, Non-government or any business based job and work should be given only after the optimum knowledge of Human Rights and examination should also be conducted.
5– Human Rights should be offered as a practical paper instead of theory paper content of which can be as follows-
· Project Writing
· Group Discussion
· Buzz Session
6– Rural India plays vital role in population size. So all literacy programmes, adult education should be connected with Human Rights education. By this effect and effort rights induced citizen will come out who will protect culture and will accelerate Human Rights culture.