Vision

Vision

To be a vibrant forum for action oriented research that guide and support
  • The common citizens
  • Civil society and
  • Political administration in order to establish human rights.
Mission

Mission

To emerge as an institute with international parameters offering range of opportunities to the common citizens and meet their demands in context of human rights and development.
Contact Us

Contact Us

Resource Institute of Human Rights

61,Jankpuri-1

Emeli Phatak, Jaipur - 302005 (Rajasthan)

Mobile : 9460387130 , 7568245423 Email : rihr.rajasthan@gmai.com  

“We are just two people. Not that much separates us. Not nearly as much as I'd thought.”

― Kathryn Stockett, The Help

Privatisation, and Globalisation’ policies, it was feared, would cause inflation, affect culture, make the rich richer and the poor poorer. Many Social Activists and Economists do not subscribe to this analysis, they say that the hardships that the poor are facing With this as our preamble the Resource Institute for Human rights intends to study the Rajasthan State Schemes, Policies and Budget on interact with  the youth, NGO’s, activists, people’s groups and people’s representatives who are working in the field. We, believe that when data  is analyzed by the Institute  it would be combined with the field data about employment, food security, health facilities, and other “life and death” matters, when combined with people’s voices, reaching voters and elected representatives in our democratic process – then these  Analyses would strengthen People’s Action and people participation in process of governance. While working  with people, on rights – based development, many NGOs and activists, have faced, and experienced  that thelaws and policies of the country affect people, especially the poor, in slums and in villages. In recent years NGOs who work with the poor, are apprehensive that the government policies of privatization would causehardship when government pulled back from health, education,food security, environmental  protection etc. ‘Liberalisation,  would have happened anyway – how does one know that these are caused  by government economic policies? And it is at this point that study of the State and Central chemes,Policies  and Budget Analysis become extremely important and relevant