Punjab

The unit was established in 2001 and is based at Chandigarh. It was set up in the political backdrop of cases of disappearance of thousands of persons between 1984 and 1994 as part of a brutal police crackdown.
The unit addresses a variety of issues with focus on providing pro bono or low cost legal aid in cases concerning Punjab disappearances, women’s justice, Dalit rights, disability rights, child rights, labour rights and HIV/AIDS related issues. It also engages in filing PILs, conducting trainings/workshops, and publishing human rights reports and books on issues that plague the state of Punjab. The unit has been an integral part of healing process for the thousands of families who lost loved ones in the decade–long saga of disappearances.
Webinar on Right to Education

Human Rights Law Network conducted a zoom Webinar on Right to Education. A webinar on Right to Education was ...read more

Webinar on Domestic Violence Act :Definition, Provisions, Interim Relief, Relief and Mechanism

Human Rights Law Network conducted a zoom Webinar on Domestic Violence Act : Definition, Provisions, Interim Rel ...read more

Child Rights Significance and Need for Child Safeguarding, Children in Need of Care & Protection in Post Covid-19, Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences

A one day webinar on the issue of “the Concerns Pertaining to Child Rights Significance and Need for Child Safeguardin ...read more

Webinar on The Provisions of Legal Services Authority Act, Compensation under Prevention of Atrocities Act & Victim Compensation Policy

Our constitution grants us a life which should be protected and dignified but since it is only an ideal thought and numb ...read more

Webinar on The Concerns Pertaining to Women: Socio-Economic and Political & Importance of Networking

It is a hard fact that the women in every phase of their life are regulated and controlled by their male relations who c ...read more

Webinar On Dalit Land Rights: ‘The Punjab Village Common Land (Regulation) Act, 1961’ Provisions, Challenges & Strategy

In Punjab, upper castes, mostly Jat Sikhs, dominate the farming landscape. Only 3.5% of private farm land belongs to Dal ...read more

Why are bonded labour activities still prevalent in Punjab & Haryana: HC

Chandigarh: Punjab and Haryana High Court has issued a notice to Centre, Punjab, and Haryana governments seeking a r ...read more