The presented book NGOs in the Human Rights Movement has been brought into being in view of mammoth demand across the country. The hook especially throws light on NGOs and its increasing significance in the Human Rights Movement. The book comprises comprehensive treatment, about NGOs and Human Rights. Human Rights NGO capacity building programme, approaches of organizational changes in the adoption of RB As etc.
At the end of World War II, the phrase "human right" was virtually unknown, whether in the media, in standard textbooks, or as a guideline for .state conduct in the emerging international community. It was nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that made the phrase a core element of the United Nations Charter in 1944, even as they pressed for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted three years later. This was but the beginning of a historic effort to make the Declaration a fundamental standard for measuring progress in civilized society. If the principal motivation was the prevention of another Holocaust, NGOs would fulfill the indispensable function, projected by Eleanor Roosevelt, of serving as the "curious grapevine" that would enlighten everyone about their rights and channel information about human rights violations to the world community.