In Special Consultative Status with the ECOSOC of the United Nations, established in 1984, JKCHR works to advance the belief that “the effects of war are immediate, but those of peace, far beyond and far reaching.”
JKCHR is the first NGO which launched Relief and Medical Assistance for the Refugees in Azad Kashmir in December 1990 and set up a Centre for Victims of Torture and Rape in 1991
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LATEST REPORT – DECEMBER 2022
December 2022 Report primarily takes into account, the merits of Indian Action of 5 August 2019 and the Jurisprudence of Kashmir Case. UN Security Council has stated that “The party that would dare to violate an agreement thus reached would load upon itself a very grave offence against the other party, against the United Nations, and against the right of the people of Jammu and Kashmir to self-determination, a right which, in other contexts, both parties have so often and so eloquently defended.”
LATEST STATEMENT – SEPTEMBER 2021
It is very difficult to work on the human rights regimes of a people distributed into three
administrations, families fractured on both sides of cease fire line (CFL) and people enduring the controls of five governments and five constitutional arrangements.
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JKCHR provides support and assistance to non-Kashmiris as well. The NGO remains guided by common ‘humanitarian concern’. JKCHR has continued to maintain its lead in issue-oriented work. It works to advance the belief that “the effects of war are immediate, but those of peace, far beyond and far reaching.
The NGO is playing a lead role in the understanding of the jurisprudence of the Kashmir case. It has successfully argued constitutional writ petitions in the superior courts of Azad Kashmir