The Human Rights Cell of Symbiosis Law School was established to provide a forum where students can further their knowledge of human rights issues and bring their classroom learning to life. The Cell aspires to spread awareness among people about their rights and educate and empower them. The symbiosis ideal has been to inculcate deep respect and commitment to human rights in the students. The Cell tries to complement this objective. The Cell, ever since its foundation, has been vibrant in its activities. It hosted various events on critical contemporary topics like Gender, Feminism, Child Labour, Freedom of Speech and Expression, Challenges to Human Rights in the Digital Age and the Relevance of Human Rights Institutions, to name a few. The events received overwhelming support and participation from law students across the country. The Cell has managed to bring in renowned scholars and activists to deliver various talks to familiarize the students with the contemporary Human rights issues worldwide. The Cell currently has a strength of 34 active student members.
The primary objectives of the Cell are:
Human Rights Cell Members