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Objectives & Vision

Objectives & Vision

All Objective approved by the “The National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) “

  1. To address the private sector’s role in public sector governance and anti-corruption efforts and to support national efforts to reduce corruption.
  2. To adopt and implement international anti-corruption instruments as well as the implementation of regional agreements.
  3. To develop a speedy communication system using modern communication techniques to encourage quicker actions to protect human rights, redress wrongs, and prevent violations in the future.
  4. To train the young men and women for facing the challenges of the pluralistic society and the rising conflicts and tensions in the name of particularistic loyalties to caste, religion, region, and culture.
  5. To study the effects of draconian laws and unlawful use of the State’s machinery and force by the enforcement agencies.
  6. To prepare case studies on the rising custodial deaths, killings in encounters, and related issues for ensuring that human rights education must address the need of evolving new structures of knowledge and accountability to impart new skills and sensitivities amongst holders of State power so as to make them more responsive to the culture of human rights and values of democracy.
  7. To necessitate human rights education to evolve strategies and schemes for talking such attitudes like employing bonded labor, practicing untouchability, perpetrating sati, and help members internalize a more humane and egalitarian approach in their social relations.
  8. To help stop legal social and economic discrimination against women and their exploitation in different ways.
  9. To promote human rights education as a catalyst in bringing out attitudinal and social change among the management of fireworks, glass, stone crushing, and related industries for reducing the prevalence of child labor in these and other hazardous industries to zero.
  10. To create an environment as well as an understanding that human rights can easily become vulnerable to abuse of various structures and processes of power.
  11. To ensure comprehensiveness and incorporation of national, regional, and international perspectives related to human rights.
  12. To study the philosophical and cultural basis and historical perspectives on human rights.
  13. To examine the inter-dependence of and linkages between human rights and democracy, pluralism, development, ecological balance, peace, and harmony at the national and international levels.
  14. To study the texts, treaties, arrangements, and structures innovated by the international community in the post-world war period for the protection of human rights, the effect of the cold war on the status and functioning of various institutions and structures organized for the promotion and protection of human rights.
  15. Strengthen law enforcement — including federal, state, and local drug task forces — to combat drug-related violence, disrupt criminal organizations, and arrest and prosecute the leaders of illegal drug syndicates.
  16. Improve the ability of High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) to counter drug trafficking.
  17. Help law enforcement to disrupt money laundering and seize and forfeit criminal assets
  18. Break the cycle of drug abuse and crime.
  19. To develop a more distinctive and effective role for the International Court of Justice in the field of human rights.
  20. To work jointly and severally in making India a corrupt-free country. The society will work as a Non-political organization in different fields. In the present Scenario, the society will motivate the common people in various fields like state unity, state population, Law and Justice, Environment, Pollution, art and music, literature, human rights, health, and family welfare, etc.
  21. To conduct research, workshops, seminars, and other knowledge collection activities on crime, corruption, child, dory, and governance issues and to disseminate their results among academia and organizations of the field.
  22. To establish a crime control cell at every block where people discuss their problem and we can help them with the coordination of local police.
  23. Protect and promote human rights by monitoring, investigation, intelligence advocacy, and taking solidarity actions.
  24. To study and prepare reports on the violation of human rights by the State and its agencies the police and criminal justice system inconsistent with human rights norms.
  25. To suggest action for violation of rights by armed political groups and terrorists.
  26. Promote appropriate legal and administrative reforms, particularly judicial and police reforms.
  27. Develop close links with the victims of human rights violations to promote solidarity with victims, to preserve the memory of the victims, and to organize significant commemorations linking large sections of people for the purpose of eliminating human rights violations.
  28. Encourage ratification of Indian instruments and development of local legislation, law enforcement, and judicial practices in keeping with such instruments, and assist the formation and functioning of national human rights commission.
  29. To cooperate to avoid compromising on human rights for economic or political expediency.
  30. To advise the Government for making administrative reforms to make corruption-free India.
  31. To help administration and concerned authorities to hold corrupt government employees under the prevention of corruption Act and other relevant laws and rules.
  32. To check corruption in general public places done by the public servants.
  33. To actively engage with the Government of India and other countries to promote human rights education.
  34. To promote cybercrime control among the people.
  35. To help cyber crime victims and support with police or in any other manner.
  36. To support to government department related control crime.
  37. To control Money laundry Fund & virtual currency of which not authorized BY RBI With the support of the Government department.
  38. To Control the private sector & company, doing illegal activities work unlawfully.
  39. National security advisor of this country
AN AUTONOMOUS ORGANIZATION, REGD. BY GOVT. OF NCT- DELHI UNDER The Indian Trust Act, 1882, GOVT. OF INDIA Established on 21st April 2017 Year. Financial Intelligence Unit – INDIA Ministry Of Finance, Government of India Reporting Entity: ID INTRU 00037. National Institution for Transforming India, Government of India, Unique Id of VO/NGO DL/2017/0154444 Non-Governmental Organization.
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