What HRLN Does
· Unorganised labour (Migrant Labour, Bonded Labour & Child Labour etc.)
· Manual scavenging
· Dalit/ Adivasi women’s rights
· Protecting the rights of couples in inter-caste/ intra-gotra marriages
· Dalit/ Adivasi land rights
· Affirmative actions/ Protective Discrimination
· Special developmental schemes/ policies related to Dalit/Adivasi populations
HRLN ImpactHRLN uses the judicial system to assert the rights of the Dalit community. The creation of pro-Dalit government policies and schemes are a result of increased pressure due to landmark legal decisions.
· HRLN lawyers in Haryana are fighting over 60 cases of caste-based atrocities in the districts of Sonipat, Hissar, Panipat, Jind, Rohtak, Karnal, Ambala and Bhiwani. These cases include cases of sexual violence against dalit women.
· In collaboration with the Maitri Network, HRLN is working on a 4-year project providing legal assistance to Dalit, Adivasi and vulnerable women in need of care and protection in 26 districts in the five states: Maharashta, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Tamil Nadu.
· HRLN over the last decade, has taken steps to ensure greater degree of inclusion in its attempt to build a cadre of lawyers from marginalised communities such as Dalit, Adivasi, Muslims, and sexual and ethnic minorities in its workforce, over the last decade particularly through its two programs
1. Student for Human Rights
2. Young Lawyers Programme
For this, a bursary scheme exists which helps defray expenses that a student from marginalised community may incur otherwise incur to gain a similar work experience.
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