Indian Centre for Child and Human Rights (ICCHR) is a specialized research center under the supervision of UNICEF India. ICCHR is dedicated to promoting research on contemporary issues affecting child and human rights across the globe. The center engages with child and human rights from a multidisciplinary perspective, with a primary focus on practical and ground research. ICCHR collaborates with various NGOs and academic institutions to conduct research that sheds light on various challenges facing children and humans, and suggests recommendations and detailed analysis of ground reports for concerned authorities and institutions to work on.
One of ICCHR’s recent research publications is the “Of Dim Future and Hope: Global Rise in Child Labour during the Pandemic” report. This research project was conducted in association with Umeed NGO and Truth and Youth (TAY) and published by Amazon Kindle International. The report investigates the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on child labor across the world. The report highlights the challenges faced by children during the pandemic, the factors contributing to the rise in child labor, and the need for urgent action to protect the rights of children. The report also provides recommendations for NGOs and governmental institutions to address the issue of child labor.
ICCHR’s research efforts are not limited to child labor. The center is also involved in an extension research project on Tribal Rights, “Fading Rights and Deepening Interests: A contradiction between Tribal Rights and Cost of Development.” The research project is under the supervision of UNICEF India and United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) and was announced on 9th August 2022. This research project aims to investigate the challenges faced by tribal communities across India and the contradiction between tribal rights and the cost of development. The research report will provide recommendations and a detailed analysis of ground reports for concerned authorities and institutions to work on.
ICCHR also publishes a quarterly research project on various contemporary issues concerning child and human rights of national and international importance. The research projects cover a wide range of topics, including child trafficking, child sexual abuse, child marriage, and the impact of conflict on children’s rights. The reports provide insights into the current situation, recommendations, and detailed analysis of ground reports for concerned authorities and institutions to work on.
ICCHR engages in various awareness campaigns to raise awareness about child and human rights. The center conducts webinars, seminars, and collaborations with various NGOs to create awareness among the public about the importance of protecting the rights of children and humans.
ICCHR’s awareness campaigns and internship programs demonstrate the center’s commitment to creating awareness among the public and supporting students interested in the field of Child and Human Rights.
The Centre’s efforts to promote research and create awareness about child and human rights demonstrate its commitment to protecting the rights of vulnerable populations. ICCHR’s research reports provide essential information and recommendations for addressing contemporary issues related to child and human rights. The center’s upcoming research project on Tribal Rights will provide insights into the challenges faced by tribal communities and the need for urgent action to protect their rights. ICCHR’s collaboration with UNICEF India and UNAI demonstrates the center’s commitment to working with international organizations to support the protection of child and human rights.
The ICCHR’s research reports and projects provide essential information and recommendations for addressing contemporary issues related to child and human rights. The center’s research publications shed light on various challenges facing children and humans, and provide recommendations for NGOs and governmental institutions to address these challenges.
“Of Dim Futures and Hope: Global Rise in Child Labour during the Pandemic“. The Research Project was thoroughly carried out from June 2021 for consecutive three months with the 18 students Researchers from the various Universities across India under the coordination/direction of Dipendu Das and Debarati Pal. This Research endeavour to combine relevant statistics and apply them to our qualitative understanding to come up with creative solutions and lead the way to a holistic improvement in conditions of children pushed into child labour all over the world during the crisis naturally crafted by the inconsistencies during the pandemic.
It has been published in 13 Nations across the globe by Amazon Kindle International.
“Fading Rights and Deepening Interests: A Contradiction between Tribal Rights and Cost of Development“. This research project is under the supervision of UNICEF and United Nations Academic Impact. In association with Truth and Youth (TAY) & Research Publication Partner Amazon Kindle. This project purports to bring the problems faced by the Tribal Communities under the blanket of development. With the main aim to provide suggestions and suitable solutions to the law enforcement authorities and uphold Tribal Rights this extensive research project will be conducted for next 3-6 months across the country with various students researchers and scholars in India and Abroad.