Resource facilitation, victim support, and rehabilitation 

Rape, acid attack, violence

Prevention and awareness


Support, proliferation, and implementation of human rights through the policy-level intervention

Projects and Events

Rehab home ASFI (seeking funding)

Food for Thought

Empower Syrian Women (Anka Coop Kickstarter) 

Let's Talk 

Guria Facility in Varanasi

Team Herrights

We are a bunch of ordinary enthusiasts from students to professionals, taking one step at a time  towards an equal society


Knowledge is Power

Awareness One-Pagers on Sexual Harassment & Acid Attacks

Our new initiative to get one-pager information for acid attack and sexual harassment victims which can help them to gain awareness and knowledge to fight back. 

Let's Talk 


When Women Stay and Prosper in the Workplace: We Change the Numbers

When We Change the Numbers: We Change the Language

Her Rights is partnered with New Leaf and AWEE in Arizona to co-host our second live event


Dialogue continuation on gender and workplace, and gender in the workplace

Real-time assistance to women who feel stuck, have had to drop-out or are looking for a helping hand

Networking, Role-play, Mentoring, Panel Discussion

 Here's a glimpse of the talk of our Volunteers from the event. 

Faces of Feminism

We share stories of women from different backgrounds who have not only framed their struggles into success but inspires many to do so. To know more such programs visit Food For Thought

A New Collaboration

In lieu of mad, the inhuman spurt of the incredible crimes committed against vulnerable children, minor girls and women, Herrights is partnering with Dr. Santosh Bakaya (eminent author and academician) and Lopamudra Banerjee (poet, author, editor) to bring forward Muffled Moans - a collection of stories and poems, compiled and edited in the form of an anthology dedicated to the cause of child abuse and gender violence. 

BuzzforHer is our weeklong feature, focusing on the work and impact Buzz is driving in the field of gender parity through empowering women. 

Buzz India was launched in March 2012 with the question ‘How do people come out of poverty?’

Buzz organizes training camps, workshops which helps to overcome the daily hurdles and poverty.



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