NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS PROGRAMME

NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS TASK FORCE (NVTF)

 

Act Now

 

We believe that every individual act wields the power to change the larger narrative. Answer the call to defend people under immediate threat of grave human rights abuse. Your actions could help bring justice to riot survivors, change laws to end impunity violence against women, hold corporate accountable, empower marginalised communities, or release people who have been jailed just for speaking up. AICHLS,NCNB,IHRAC strength is a community of people just like you who take action— send letters, emails, sign petitions, make calls and tweets–on emergency cases of human rights abuses across India, and the world.

 

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 Demands for VOLUNTEERS assignments come from every corner from India and cover a wide range of professional skills and competencies. 

Be a part of our VOLUNTEERS TASK FORCE (NVTF)

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What it means to be an AICHLS Volunteer

The decision to serve as an AICHLS Volunteer, at home or abroad, is based on a commitment to AICHLS’s contribution to peace, development and in support of human rights 

As an AICHLS Volunteer, you have the extraordinary opportunity to create beneficial change and have a positive impact on people's lives. Even if your assignment is fairly short, it can have a long-term impact and achieve a ripple effect that extends far beyond the immediate beneficiaries of your efforts. Your actions as AICHLS Volunteer can also inspire others to volunteer and to believe that they too can make a contribution towards peace and development.

Volunteer opportunities are in your own community/Area

The first place to look for volunteer opportunities is in your own community. Engage with your local community and other communities and groups where you live. Explore local initiatives and community groups and find out about the hidden issues and projects that could benefit from your enthusiasm and an extra pair of hands.