Human Rights Day Celebrations

Call for Justice, as an organisation, believes in zealously safeguarding human rights. Part of this exercise involves creating awareness of human rights. International Human Rights Day is observed on December 10 every year. Call for Justice has organised several noteworthy activities in the past on the International Human Rights Day. 

In the year 2015, Call for Justice organised Symposium on "Terrorism and Human Rights", which witnessed a stimulating discussion between persons from various walks of life, including the judiciary, bureaucracy, social service and science.


On 10th December, 2016, Call for Justice organised Symposium on "Stand up for Someone's Rights Today", which witnessed addresses by persons who have excelled in their respective fields. Noteworthy was the address of Mr. Tarek Fatah, eminent writer, broadcaster and liberal activist.

All India Meet (Ahmedabad 2018)

First meeting of like minded organisations from all over India, Jaipur, Chhatisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Delhi participated in the one day meet at Gymkhana Club, Ahmedabad in January 2018. A beginning of New Era.

Conclave on Justice, 2019

As part of a unique exercise in bringing several justice-oriented organisations at a common platform, Call for Justice, co-organised the "Conclave on Justice" on August 31-September 1, 2019. The theme for the Conclave was "Environment : Role of NGOs", and it witnessed the participation of organisations from the length and breadth of the country.

Delegates gathered from cities such as Jammu, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Lucknow, Allahabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Dehradun in a vibrant exchange of views on a constructive participation of non-governmental organisations in the field of environment.


Discussion on Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019

The bold move by the Central Government - the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 triggered widespread protests. Since several such protests seemed to be motivated by hidden agenda of pseudo-secularists and fringe elements, it was felt that the air be cleared and a discussion was organised on December 23, 2019. The discussion was led by former Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court, Justice Permod Kohli and retired Justice Shambhu Nath Srivastava.