About LCHR


We, the members of LCHR, drawn from diverse ethnic and religious groups with rich cultural backgrounds, having professional expertise, are called to walk in the spirit of pioneers to realize the constitutional values in our society.

Among our peoples we discern a deep yearning for: human rights, justice, liberty, equality, fraternity, peace, ethnic reconciliation, the restoration creation with ecological and climate justice, freedom from the ill-effects of liberalization; building up of well-knit families and human communities; the preservation of their ethnic identity, cultural and religious traditions.

We, being aware that our people are part of the global community, respond to these aspirations and make them our priorities. We incarnate them in all our endeavours in the spirit of the excellence, as a joyful team on a mission, with constant discernment, respecting every team member and collaborating with others committed to the same cause of building up India to realize its constitutional values.

Background

Every person has certain inalienable basic rights inscribed in the very human nature, dictated by human reason, recognized, guaranteed and promoted by the Constitution of India along with various statutes and other International covenants. Yet, due to various anti-human circumstances and oppressive social structures the poor, women, children, elderly, sick, disabled, backward classes, minorities, tribals and such other people are vulnerable to the systematic violation and denial of their human, socio-cultural, economic and civil rights.

Our Vision

LCHR visualizes itself as a peoples’ initiative for the protection and promotion of inalienable human rights and socio-cultural rights to restore human dignity and to uphold constitutional values by preventing violence, discrimination and marginalization and by preserving equality, justice, peace, liberty, fraternity and harmony among people with a preferential option and affirmative action to create human and just society.

Our Commitment


“Human rights is a universal standard. It is a component of every religion and every civilization.”

Shirin Ebadi

Our History


  • 2016 – 
  • 2014 – 
  • 2006 – 
  • 2003 – 
  • 2001 –