The seminar organized by Human Rights Law Network was attended by prominent lawyers, noted journalists, jail authorities of few prominent jails, members of Indian civil society, human rights activists hailing from different states of India and students from various universities.
What does HRLN stand for?
HRLN stands for Human Rights Law Network (est. 1989; New Delhi)
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According to a publication by a non-government organisation (NGO), National Human Rights Law Network, India was among the minority of countries, in December 2007, which voted at the United Nations General Assembly against a moratorium on executions.
New Delhi: Colin Gonsalves is the founder director of Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), considered the country's leading public interest law group.
The rulings followed appeals by the Human Rights Law Network as part of a national strategy to use litigation as a means of combatting India's high maternal mortality and morbidity.
Raturi is the director of the Disability Rights Initiative of the Human Rights Law Network ( HRLN), which held a two- day consultation with disability rights groups in Delhi.
In an affidavit filed before a lawyer of Human Rights Law Network, Tirodkar alleged that Nayak had detained Sadik and created a criminal profile for him.