Human Rights
Children's NGO, Human Rights, Women, Women's Employment

5 NGOs championing Human Rights in India

With increased inequalities post Covid, empowering the weak is crucial ON December 10, 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) – and since then the day has been marked as #HumanRightsDay. The UDHR is a milestone document that proclaims “the inalienable rights which everyone is entitled to as…

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Delhi NGOs, Protsahan, Women's Employment

Volunteering Opportunities at Protsahan

Kamalini requires committed and dedicated volunteers, who can teach basic computers, at their Kishangarh center. They also requires volunteers to conduct surveys, do promotions, and undertake creative work like designing posters etc. All opportunities can be done during the week or over weekends. Those interested should send across an email to

Tamil Nadu, Women's Employment

By transforming the way these women think, this organisation has ensured that its impact will flow from mother to daughter, teaching future generations the importance of education, employment and independence

When I first heard about ANEW, I figured from its name that the organisation was working in an area that posed to be quite a challenge in modern society. And that became clear to me as Sathya, who is on their Managing Committee, walked me through the work that they do. ANEW specializes in offering…

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Founding Story, Tamil Nadu, Women's Employment

How it began at Association for Non-traditional Employment for Women (ANEW)

The Association for Non-traditional Employment for Women (ANEW) was conceived by the management of Paracor, a New York based private equity firm. The inspiration for ANEW came from an organisation in the USA named Non-traditional Employment for Women (NEW). Mr. M.K.Kumar, the then Chairman of Pierce Leslie India Ltd. and a member on the Advisory…

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