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‘Reparation Law’ web portal is a sister concern of a non-profit based service group, called ‘Legal Cell’ which was started by an Indian torture survivor in 1999 mainly to help torture victims from United Arab Emirates (UAE). Time and again, we have received thousands of grievances from persons who desperately look for a shoulder to cry on or share their grief. Our mission is to take legal challenges on behalf of torture survivors, work to ensure that survivors and their families obtain reparations for their suffering, so that they can live the rest of their life with dignity.
Legal Cell cooperates with NGO's and civil society working groups around the world including the State Department for Human Rights, United States. Many information on our activities are available on a wider network of legal websites including:-
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Human rights or civil liberties form a crucial part of a country's constitution and govern the rights of the individual against the state.
India has a well written Constitution, by Dr. B.R.Ambedkar. The Constitution ensures the protection of the citizens of India in his individual/socio-economic spheres of activity. The experts on Constitutional Law in the Legal Cell are well equipped to render their professional services to those needy people.
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Prospects:- International human rights treaties and instruments provide that victims of international crimes have the right to seek and obtain effective remedies for the violation of their rights. In honouring the victimsâ€™ right to benefit from remedies and reparation, the international community keeps faith with the plight of victims, survivors and future human generations and reaffirms international law in the field...International Courts and Tribunals
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