ADVOCATING FOR THE UNHEARD


Advocacy is raising awareness of issues and bringing them into the public view. Most people in the world don’t have a big platform of their own to draw attention to things like human rights violations. AOIHRC  provide a platform by reporting on the issues, sharing personal stories, research campaigns, petitions, letter-writing and educating the public. The goal is to promote and trigger action. The more people know about an issue, the more likely it is that something is done about it research campaigns, petitions, and letter-writing.

PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT


To address issues like poverty, equality, and climate change, sustainable development is crucial. AOIHRC work on investigating alternative energy sources, supporting local economic projects, and promoting gender equality.

PROVIDING AID TO THOSE SUFFERING


AOIHRC focus on bringing aid to those affected by armed conflict, natural disasters, famines, and more. This includes bringing water, food, medicine, clothing, and other requirements.

WORKING TOWARDS SOCIAL JUSTICE


Everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities. Social workers aim to open the doors of access and opportunity for everyone, particularly those in greatest need..AOIHRC  are invested in social justice in some way, whether they’re focused on healthcare access, freedom of expression, gender equality, racial equality, or LGBTQ rights.

CAMPAIGN


AOIHRC engage in fundraising, mobilization of work by supporters, organizing special events, cultivating the media and administering a headquarters.  Only the defining activities – implementing projects or holding demonstrations – serve to differentiate them.  In reality, these distinctions are not clear. Operational NGOs often move into campaigning when the impact of the projects seems to be insufficient.  AOIHRC run regular campaigns or at least support campaign networks.AOIHRC have programs assisting the victims of discrimination and injustice.

AOIHRC WORKS FOR DIFFERENT OTHER SECTORS TOO


Agriculture, animal husbandry, dairy and fishing, art & culture, children, civic issues, dalit upliftment, differently abled, disaster management, education & literacy, aged/elderly, environment & forest, health & family welfare, human rights, labour & employment, legal awareness & aid, right to information & advocacy, women development & empowerment, biotechnology, drinking water, food processing, hiv /aids, housing, information &communication technology, land resources, micro finance(shgs), micro small and medium enterprises, minority issues, new & renewable energy, nutrition, panchayati raj, prisoner’s issues, rural development& poverty alleviation, science & technology, scientific & industrial research, sports, tourism, tribal affairs, urban development & poverty alleviation, vocational training, water resources.