Shackled: The Never-Ending Fight for Rights of the Mentally Ill
Abstract: “Shackling is a rudimentary form of physical restraint used to confine people with real or perceived psycho-social...
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.