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  NGO Name

Socio-Legal Information Center/ Human Ri..

  Year Established


  Primary Contact

Colin Gonsalves


16, Tardeo Air-Conditioned Market


Building Cooperatine. Society Ltd.


1st Floor, Tardeo, Mumbai






  Phone 1


  Phone 2





  NGO Work



Human Rights Lawyer Support


  Annual Budget


  FCRA clearance?





  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

Aravinda Pillalamarri, AID Jeevansaathi (Fellow), Several visits (see report)


  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo



  Send email to chapter coords?


  +  CollegePark / Sonika Sethi

  Projects List

Amount Funded



$ 0




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  NGO Goals



To protect fundamental human rights, increase access to basic resources for marginalised communities, and eliminate discrimination.
To create a justice delivery system that is accessible, accountable, transparent, efficient and affordable, and works for the underprivileged.
To raise the level of pro bono legal expertise for the poor to make the work uniformly competent as well as compassionate.
To equip through professional training a ne more...



Demonstrating the Indivisibility of Human Rights:
The ‘Right to Food’ Case

The ‘Right to Food’ case exemplifies how multiple human rights issues are addressed in every aspect of HRLN’s work, demonstrating the indivisibility of human rights concerns.

HRLN filed the case of People’s Union for Civil Liberties Vs. Union of India, popularly referred to as the ‘Right to Food’ case, i more...



The Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) is collective of lawyers and social activists dedicated to the use of the legal system to advance human rights, struggle against violations, and ensure access to justice for all. A non-profit, non-governmental organization, HRLN started out in 1989 as a small group of concerned lawyers and social activists from tiny premises in Bombay. Today, the Human Rights Law Network has evolved into a nationwide network of more than 200 lawyers, paralegals, and social activists spread across 26 states/union territories. Our work has directly impacted millions of people across the country and has fundamentally influenced the legal discourse on human rights in India and the sub-continent.

[HRLN is a project of the Socio-Legal Information Centre (SLIC). SLIC is more...




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