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  Dr.Mohanrao Nalwade had a will to help needy people since his college days. He aims to help the society fight against poor Health, Poor Education, Nutrition, Poor Justice & Corruption. He has been active in social work since 1987. He has organized blood donation camps, seminar to educate poor people on regular basis & organize the awareness program and provide legal assistance & , protection, for the subject of Human Rights, Civil Rights, Fundamental Rights Consumer Rights, Minorities Rights, Women Rights,
  Senior Citizens Rights, Education RightsLabour Rights and all those Rights provided by Indian constitution and the organization will work within the frame work of safe guarding on the basis of Universal Declaration of Human Rights from the Article 1 to Article 30. He has been participating in different social works on a regular basis to help those people who need it the most.  
  Dr.Mohan Rao Nalwade, in India, for the promotion of human rights, and to motivate the public to be free from corruption in all their activities. For Humanity, to enjoy the freedom of all sorts, it had taken several centuries. Man is born free, but he is everywhere in chains bemoaned Rousseau, a great French Philosopher.  

Human beings have universal ordained rights and duties. It was also termed as "natural rights" after world war (1939-1945) The term human rights began to be used. It refers to a wide variety of values and capabilities reflecting the diversity of human circumstances and history. Civil and political rights are the result of the enlightenment from the age of English , American and French revolution . The right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness as well as the right to freedom of speech and worship are guaranteed in democratic constitution of many nations economic social and cultural rights. The right to education is also the primary concern in several constitutions.

Universal declaration of human rights was proclaimed by the United Nations Organizations (UNO) in 1948 many treaties and agreements for the protection of human rights were finalized by the UNO. Later in the 20th century adhoc Many international criminal tribunals were convened to prosecute serious human rights. Violation and other crimes in the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda – Africa the international Criminal Court was established in 2002 and it were empowered to deal with crimes against humanity. Crimes of genocide, war crimes and ethnic cleansing etc. It's the normal duty of every citizen all over the world to safe guard God given rights and freedom, to bless the posterity with the world free from all the varied types of corruptions.

  Corruption in India  

Corruption today is a world wide phenomenon in our own country.Some people in high position have been charged for it. A corrupt person is termed immoral , dishonest and unscrupulous in his/her dealings in discharging the duty , while disregard to honesty , righteousness  and Truth result I his/her alienation from society thereby being treated worth contempt . Erosion of values leads to decadence and remedies for social malaise remain elusive. Gradually it creates a perception of victimization and helplessness that takes a virulent nature eroding the faith in the societies well being and existence.

The older the system in decay the weaker the society , failing to solve the riddles of life that outgrows to become more complex every day. So citizens gradually drift away as the confidence in the social welfare is questionable. At this point corrupt elements takes over and plunges the entire society into general malaise and chaos. Therefore it demands for a constructive and progressive social ambience for fair and just e-governance with a select representative population.

The need to have an inclusive social structure where the 'haves' and 'haves not' disparity is reduced systematically and there is transparency in the elements that touches the lives of the common citizens like essential commodities, fair and just price , prevention of hoarding and black marketeering thereby ensuring even distribution of the public distribution system, of essentials , ensuring fair and prompt justice, eradication of gender discrimination and infanticide., providing equal opportunities of  employment and career growth.A large section of the society is hassled by the menace of capitation fee, donations in schools and colleges which is resulting in many families opting out of the higher education.

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) was created in India in 1993 to handle the issues as per the United Nations Charter of December 10 th 1948 to ensure effective implementation with an autonomous status. Yet over the years it has been noticed that even more active participation and strengthening of this responsibility has become evident with the changing leadership role of India as the largest democracy in the world. 

HRACF is poised to contribute to this responsibility as an independent platform to address the issues largely at a localized level with local leadership structure for effective emancipation and implementation of the social justice within the legal framework of the Indian constitution enshrined in the fundamental laws. HRACF is working largely in collaboration with all aspects of the govt machinery and the quasi bodies to ensure quick actions and pre-empt measures for avoiding delayed justice and eliminate corrupt practices ;therefore, ensuring there is peace , prosperity and faith in the right to freedom as free citizens of a great nation.

The pioneer of this movement of HRACF is Sri .Mohan Rao Nalvade.  He comes with a humble background and for 3 decades been working for the social upliftment of the common people for their rights as enshrined in the Indian Constitution. He  has held many senior positions in various leadership capacity in the state and central depts..

He has been passionate about working with the social cause from a very young age and championed many social projects right from the college days and gradually made a name for himself in the national and international circuits for his drive to ensure social justice to the people living in the fringe of the social strata. He realized the need to create awareness for the citizens to be informed of their rights and encourage them to stand up to what is just and fair in the communities. Especially with regards to oppression, child abuse and child labour matters including sexual discrimination against women.

He is highly respected in the govt and quasi govt bodies for his crusading and no compromising attitude till justice is delivered.

Over the years he saw the need for the Indian society to awaken to the civil rights which is guaranteed in the constitution as a republic country and the increasing activism in the civic society indicates that people have to be educated of the provisions and empowered as a society. In the light of this emerging aspect Mr MRN initiated the platform of HRACF across the whole of India HQ at Delhi and administration office based out of Bangalore.

The Forum ensures people participation and voices the opinion of the people in a collective sense for the emancipation of the masses where there are pain areas and scope for bringing a change by advocacy and awareness. The Forum is currently actively working in this mission across various parts of the country convey the message through a very effective organizational structure and through public platform supported by silent contribution of actionable changes that has inspired many individuals across various walks of life and profession to join and contribute towards this movement

  The Human Rights scenario in India  

Human rights in India is an issue complicated by the country's large size, its tremendous diversity, its status as a developing country and a sovereign, secular, democratic republic. The Constitution of India provides for Fundamental rights, which include freedom of religion. Clauses also provide for freedom of speech, as well as separation of executive and judiciary and freedom of movement within the country and abroad. The country also has an independent judiciary and well as bodies to look into issues of human rights.

Poised to be the most populated country in the world and the most highly skilled workforce amidst global downturn, the society is going through a churn that was never witnessed in the history of this nation. The decline of globalization and its effects has created issues that was not seen ever before in this magnitude with increase in social oppression, income disparity, debt bondages and burden , broken marriages due to changing life styles , increase in child abuse and exploitation in both the mainstream and weaker section of the society.

India is home to the largest number of sexually abused children in the world  About 53% of children have been subjected to some form of sexual abuse In 2012, India introduced the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) to deal with cases of child sexual abuse. However, it took two years to record the first cases under the law and there are huge gaps in its implementation with the conviction rate under the act being only 2.4%

The social disparity and complex diverse elements of the ecosystems ensures that there can never be a uniform approach to the conditions that India is encountering with dialect and culture changing every 40 miles. Coupled with this issue is the weak political will that complicates the way it has to be dealt with.

Therefore India needs a strong empowered population that is healthy and dynamic to handle the challenges ahead in the 21st century.

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