Human Rights Forum (HRF) was formed in October 1998 with a strong understanding that violation or denial of rights arises in all situations of structured oppression and inequality and the democratic aspirations arising from all such situations, and resistance to such oppression, whether organized or not, whether collective or isolated, are equally important for the Rights movement: theoretically, practically and organizationally.

HRF supports RTC workers’ strike

The Human Rights Forum is extending its wholehearted support to the striking workers of the TSRTC who are demanding the incorporation of the RTC with the government besides other demands. Education, health and public transport are the sovereign functions of the State....

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Kashmir — What we are NOT told on the news

  What do we usually do when we're losing an argument and want to save face? We deflect attention onto something else! What do governments do when they're losing trust among people? You guessed it... they deflect attention. They deflect attention to fabricated threats...

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