NGOs in India Only

  • Pooja Suresh Jaiswal
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  • Pooja Suresh Jaiswal

    Student at Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Dahisar East, Mumbai, India

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NGOs are non-profit organizations that are established with a vision by a group of like-minded people committed to the upliftment of the poor, marginalized, underprivileged, impoverished, downtrodden and needy and are closer and accessible to the target groups. An NGO is a non-profit organization that works on a non-profit basis, so it is also known and identified as a non-profit organization (NPO). The mission, vision, goals and objectives of NGOs is to improve human life and civilization. Human rights NGOs are essential to the defense of human rights because they work to stop specific cases of abuse, provide assistance, advocate for changes in legislation, contribute to its development and disseminate information. Human rights NGOs in India play a vital role in promoting and protecting the rights of individuals and communities. These organizations rely on a variety of means to sustain their operations, with donations and fundraising initiatives being critical components.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 710 - 719


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