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“Education… is the key to unlocking other human rights.”

STAND AND FIGHT TOGETHER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC)

World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) is a voluntary non-governmental, non-partisan and non-profit organization that envisions upholding, educating and implementing the human rights of all deprived communities in India and the world for an equitable society.

The World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) was established in 2023 and works with the aim of educating citizens about ‘human rights’ in India and abroad.

The headquarters of the World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) is located in Agra. The World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) works with its partners in more than 65 countries to advance the human rights education of individuals with a global focus. We strive for holistic social development of people from different demographics.

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WHAT IS HUMAN RIGHTS?

Human rights are standards that recognize and protect the dignity of all human beings. Human rights govern how individual human beings live in society and with each other, as well as their relationship with the State and the obligations that the State have towards them.

Human rights law obliges governments to do some things, and prevents them from doing others. Individuals also have responsibilities: in using their human rights, they must respect the rights of others. No government, group or individual person has the right to do anything that violates another’s rights.

  • Universality and inalienability: Human rights are universal and inalienable. All people everywhere in the world are entitled to them. No one can voluntarily give them up. Nor can others take them away from him or her.
  • Indivisibility: Human rights are indivisible. Whether civil, political, economic, social or cultural in nature, they are all inherent to the dignity of every human person. Consequently, they all have equal status as rights. There is no such thing as a ‘small’ right. There is no hierarchy of human rights.

Our Mission

World Human Rights Education Commission is established to uphold and raise the standards of the people, organizations and institutes through Human Right Education. The World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) is a worldwide movement of people that campaigns for internationally recognized human rights education for all. The World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) is driven by hope for a better world – that’s why we work to improve human rights education through campaigns and international solidarity. You can help make real change by becoming a member or supporter of the World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC).

To organize, promote and work for all programmers to build a fearless and intolerant society based on truth and non-violence.

Our Vission

WHREC believes in building a team of human rights experts in every sector of government institutions, corporate world, universities, private institutions and civil society globally to protect the human rights of individuals in a professional, transparent and ethical manner.

Empowering all communities in identified demographics to be self-reliant in the exercise of their human rights. The vision of the World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) is to build a fearless and intolerant society based on truth and non-violence.

World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) Society shall allow peaceful existence of all types of naturally handicapped persons, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, people below poverty line, old age and widows and underprivileged irrespective of caste, creed, sex and religion.

OUR CORE VALUES

INTEGRITY

Accomplishing our mission with a commitment to ethics, honesty, trust, consistency, and fairness.

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

Cultivating personal and professional growth through learning, goal setting, innovation, commitment and participation.

ACCOUNTABILITY

Fulfilling our responsibilities to one another, the higher education community, and the public.

COMMUNITY

Fostering a free and timely exchange of ideas and information in a collegial environment through the establishment of strong partnerships that emphasize respect and mutual support.

OUR COMMITMENT TO OUR PRINCIPLES

  • PEER REVIEW : Creating a community committed to best practices as well organization and institutional achievement.
  • SELF-EVALUATION : Creating a pathway for a reflective and introspective journey of discovery.
  • CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT DRIVING : A commitment to continually find ways to do better on the of standardization.
  • QUALITY : Ensuring that best practices translate to organization and institutional success.
  • ACCOUNTABILITY : Requiring institutions and organizations to meet best practices and to do for what they say they will do.

OUR COMMITMENT TO OUR INTENTIONS

  • Mission, Vision, Values Ensuring that WHREC fulfills its mission and vision within our core values framework
  • EXCELLENCE: Meeting our mission & doing our very best.
  • MEMBER SUPPORT: Supporting institutional and organizational success while exploring trends, innovations, and opportunities.
  • LEADERSHIP: Positioning WHREC as a significant thought and action leader for the present and future of accreditation.

VALUES

The key values are support the policy and practice of quality assurance of Human Rights and Education Through collective wisdom, gathered from the practices of a diverse set of people and their ability to address the challenges of the educational and social structures in which they operate.

WHREC fundamental understanding is to work in partnership with higher education institutions, regional, international government and nongovernment organizations as well as the business sector – in order to provide member support, guidance, information and advocacy for quality human right education.

What We do?

Governments have the main responsibility to protect human rights, but it takes collective efforts to make progress in realizing those rights for everyone. World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) supports Governments in implementing the international human rights standards they have agreed to.

  • World Human Rights Education Commission (WHREC) also supports civil society actors and National Human Rights Institutions, who play a vital role in the human rights movement worldwide.
  • Finally, we seek to broaden the constituency for human rights Education worldwide.
  • We engage with everyone — from businesses to religious instances to
  • Local governments — to play their part in upholding and furthering human rights in everyday life. And we campaign widely so that individuals from all walks of life stand up for human rights Education.

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Economic, social and cultural rights

Economic, social and cultural rights

Economic social and cultural rights (ESCR) include the rights to adequate food, to adequate housing, to education, to health, to social security, to take part in cultural life, to water and sanitation, and to work.

International Bill of Human Rights

International Bill of Human Rights

Following the second world war, a series of declarations and covenants began to articulate universal human rights. In 1948, for the first time, countries agreed on a comprehensive list of inalienable human rights. In December of that year, the United Nations General...

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. Drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, it set out, for the first time, fundamental human rights to...

What are human rights?

What are human rights?

Human rights are rights we have simply because we exist as human beings – they are not granted by any state. These universal rights are inherent to us all, regardless of nationality, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status....

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