CHRLJ

Centre for Human Rights, Law & Justice

About the Centre

The Centre for Human Rights, Law & Justice (CHRLJ) is dedicated to advance interdisciplinary research on human rights and seeks scholarly exchanges with research organizations around the world. CHRLJ is an internationally recognized university-based institution combining academic excellence and effective activism to advance human rights, law and justice. It aims to contribute to advancing human rights, through education, research and advocacy. The center envisages imparting candidates the knowledge of laws entrusted to the masses in both the International and Indian grounds. This Centre provides a strong base for those who wish to build a career in the field and take up future programs of study in this field of Human Rights, Law and Justices. This center will be helpful for all who would like to know about their basic rights as human being. Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people. This center will perform as conduit between the Indian Human Rights and International perception.

Objective

  • Sensitize participants about the importance of exercising fundamental human rights and fundamental freedoms;
  • Generate awareness amongst the participants about the importance of internalizing human rights and duties;
  • Respond to the need to identify existing human rights abuses occurring worldwide and understand ways to address issues related to it.

Action Plan and Activities:

  • Career Oriented Course: Human Rights and Empowerment (30 Hours): The Centre for Human Rights Law & Justice (CHRLJ) offers a career oriented Human Rights and Empowerment Course, it is a certificate course where the students are required to complete 30 hours [Theory and Practical] in which students get an opportunity to learn and enrich themselves through interaction with resource persons from different NGOs. The motive of the certificate course is to impart career-oriented skills as per requirements of the NGO sector.
  • Certificate Programme: (3 months)
    1. Human Rights and Law
    2. Human Rights Education
    3. Advanced Human Rights Course
  • Diploma Course: Human Rights and Law (6 months)
  • Youth E Talk and Workshop (Presentation by Young Scholars and Students) (Once in a month).
  • Minor and Major Project collaboration with National and International Human Rights bodies.
  • Research Papers, Working Papers, Executive summary (Publication with ISBN, ISSN, Web of Science, UGC Care Journal, and Scopus Journal).
  • Books and Proceedings
  • Human Rights E-Magazines (Open access)
  • International/ National Webinars (Twice in a Year)
  • Seminar/Round Table/Conference /Workshop

Leadership

Prof. (Dr) Avinash Dadhich
Director
The Centre for Human Rights Law & Justice (CHRLJ)
& Dean, Institute for Legal Studies & Research
GLA University

Dr. Swati Chakraborty
Deputy Director
The Centre for Human Rights Law & Justice (CHRLJ)
Visiting Faculty (Assistant Professor),
Institute of Legal Studies & Research GLA University

Advisory Board

Dr. Adriana Bara
PhD
Adjunct Lecturer, University College Stockholm, Sweden,
Lecturer, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Executive Director, Canadian Centre for Ecumenism

Prof. (Dr.) Lakhvinder Singh
Ph.D
Director of Department of Asian security studies
The Asia Institute in Seoul,
Republic of South Korea.