THE HUMAN RIGHTS SOCIETY, JGLS

The Human Rights Society is a space for learning. It provides an opportunity for individuals to work on social issues they are passionate about and play a small role in contributing towards making the world a better place. The Society functions on three broad spectrums - Research, Sensitisation and Action.


To fulfill each of these aspirations, we aim to initiate discussion on social forums and work on initiatives that will help us in moving a step towards the development of substantive equality. This will primarily be done through the conduct of extensive research, collaborations, along with, fundraising and field work.

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World in Monochrome

Abstract: Using the powerful narration of the lives of Black women given in Kathryn Stockett’s book, The Help, the author showcases the...

Deportation of Rohingya Refugees

A sign of India’s Wavering Commitment to Human Rights and International Obligations Abstract: This paper reviews and analyses the recent...

Covid-19 Vaccine Apartheid: Palestine

Abstract: The outbreak of Covid-19 has not merely caused a global economic recession in both advanced economic, and Low- and...

The Untouchables of Japan

A Contextual Legal Analysis of Why Human Rights Failed to End Caste Discrimination in Japan Abstract: Caste discrimination in Japan, much...

Fire: A Trilogy of Queerism and Feminism

Abstract: Deepa Mehta’s ‘Fire’ is a paragon of the innate oppression that different communities in a society encounter owing to their...