PJHRF (A Non-Government and Non-Political Movement for Global Peace Justice Prosperity, Humanity Relief, Brotherhood and Communal Harmony) has been established in 2018 and the organization playing key role in creating sense of national hood among People of India.

PJHRF is engaged in holding Seminars/ Conferences/ Peace Rallies, Youth Leadership Training Camps, Free Medical Camps, Relief Distribution Camps, Holding Public Meetings, Awareness Camps, Environmental Awareness Camps, Cultural Programmes, Rehabilitation camps for Drug Addicts and Peace Learning Camps from years to strengthen communal harmony, brotherhood and mutual understanding in the trouble torn areas. The organization is engaged in educating the people about the importance of peace and the communal harmony in an atmosphere of plural society on the globe.

The aim of the organization is to maintain sovereignty and integrity of the country at all cost, create an atmosphere of peace, mutual tolerance and brotherhood so that state ushers in all round development, peace and tranquillity.

PJHRF was founded to act in different fields, Like Peace, Justice, Humanity and Relief area with aims to address issues relating to Peace, Stability and Prosperity.

Promote an international peace that respects peoples social and cultural differences. condemn all forms of aggression and military conflicts against peoples and to denounce their instigators.

Promote an international peace that respects peoples social and cultural differences. condemn all forms of aggression and military conflicts against peoples and to denounce their instigators.

PJHRF was founded as a National Level Ngo to act in different fields, Like Peace, Justice, Humanity and Relief area with aims to address issues relating to International Peace, Stability, Refugee Protection, Social and Criminal Justice, Fight Human Trafficking, Humanitarian Aids, Prosperity, Rehabilitation and Disarmament.

An international humanitarian organization primarily focused on fighting hunger, delivering food assistance, and helping communities improve nutrition Humanitarian aid is material or logistical assistance provided for humanitarian purposes, typically in response to humanitarian crises including natural disasters and man-made disaster. The primary objective of humanitarian aid is to save lives, alleviate suffering, and maintain human dignity. At Justice and Care, we come together as multi-disciplinary professionals to fight human trafficking, tackling it at every level, because slavery can be ended. Advance the course of peace, by providing a platform for all interested parties and encourage free discussion on peace issues and related matters. Promote the interaction of existing peace activists and organizations and developing interpersonal skills for handling relationships and conflict constructively. Put peace into the agendas of organizations and to institutionalize peace.

Provide a strong platform, based on research and sound infrastructure, for educational, community and international activities. Harness commitment and expertise, including the experience of our elders and the vitality of our youth. Liaise and partner with others working for peace.

Our Vision

To promote, enhance and raise awareness on the importance of Peace, Education, Truth, Justice, Human Rights, Anti-Terrorism and Relief & Rescue among people regardless of caste, creed, region or language for a better life and humanity.To bring UNIVERSAL PEACE through INDIVIDUAL PEACE.To guide people into spirituality and make them understand the immense potential lying dormant within them, to make living more HAPPY and MEANINGFUL for themselves and others, for PEACEFUL EXISTENCE, giving mutual respect to each other, without hurting anyone, even by thought, deed or action.

To publish or cause to be published journals, books, souvenirs, newsletters, magazines, handouts, and brochures.

To organize inter district, inter collegiate and inter school elocution and essay writing competitions both at the state as well as all India level.

To arrange, organize, participate and support study tours, peace mission tours, and campaigns in all parts of India and the world abroad to spread the message of Peace through the Amir Peace Foundation .

To promote its aims, programs, activities, and events through press conferences, press communications involving the print, world wide web, and digital media.

To promote cultural and sports talent among the underprivileged sections of the society regardless of caste, creed, religion, region or language and to arrange, organize, participate and / or support cultural and sports events.

To establish, open branches, and / or chapters of the “Subedar Amir Ali Khan Global Peace Foundation and Trust” in all important cities and towns of India and abroad to effectively propagate and implement the aims and objects of the Amir Peace Foundation.

To approach various Government, private, local, national, international, multilateral funding agencies, organizations, corporations, trusts, foundations, and individuals for their generosity upon such agreeable terms and conditions that may be imposed by such donors to support the various activities of this trust undertaken by it with a view to promoting and implementing Peace in all parts of India and the world abroad.


Our Mission

That is why we exist an international Peace and Humanitarian organization primarily focused on fighting hunger, delivering food assistance, and helping communities improve nutrition.

Humanitarian aid is material or logistical assistance provided for humanitarian purposes, typically in response to humanitarian crises including natural disasters and man-made disaster. The primary objective of humanitarian aid is to save lives, alleviate suffering, and maintain human dignity.

To break the obsolete conceptions of social hindrances prevalent in the society that inhibits social growth. To uphold ‘social justice’ through developing a sense of social sensitivity, connectedness, and responsibility among members and surroundings. The criminal justice system is a series of government agencies and institutions whose goal is to identify and catch the law-breakers and to inflict a form of punishment on them.

Other goals include the rehabilitation of offenders, preventing other crimes, and moral support for victims.

To spread the message of universal peace among all sections of the society of India in particular and the world in general.

To identify the underprivileged sections of the society and to initiate action to render help and guidance to them regardless of caste, creed, religion, region or language.

Guide them to methods and procedures for benefiting from the already available opportunities and schemes of the various Government departments as well those of the Private sector in the fields of:education, employment, health, sanitation, poverty eradication.

To conduct, participate, and / or support seminars, symposiums, workshops and conferences.

  • Through our work to end hunger, we have recognized these ten principles as being fundamental to The Hunger Project. We challenge ourselves to ensure that each of our strategies builds on these principles. Human Dignity. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, including the right to food, health, work and education. The inherent nature of every person is creative, resourceful, self-reliant, responsible and productive. We must not treat people living in conditions of hunger as beneficiaries, which can crush dignity, but rather as the key resource for ending hunger. Gender Equality. An essential part of ending hunger must be to cause society-wide change towards gender equality. Women bear the major responsibility for meeting basic needs, yet are systematically denied the resources, freedom of action and voice in decision-making to fulfill that responsibility. Empowerment. In the face of social suppression, focused and sustained action is required to awaken people to the possibility of self-reliance, to build confidence, and to organize communities to take charge of their own development. Leverage. Ending chronic hunger requires action that catalyzes large-scale systemic change. We must regularly step back — assess our impact within the evolving social/political/economic environment — and launch the highest leverage actions we can to meet this challenge. Interconnectedness. Our actions are shaped by, and affect, all other people and our natural environment. Hunger and poverty are not problems of one country or another but are global issues. We must solve them not as “donors and recipients” but as global citizens, working as coequal partners in a common front to end hunger. Sustainability. Solutions to ending hunger must be sustainable locally, socially, economically and environmentally.

  • Social Transformation. People’s self-reliance is suppressed by conditions such as corruption, armed conflict, racism and the subjugation of women. These are all rooted in an age-old and nearly universal patriarchal mindset that must be transformed as part of a fundamental shift in the way society is organized. Holistic Approach. Hunger is inextricably linked to a nexus of issues including decent work, health, education, environmental sustainability and social justice. Only in solving these together will any of them be solved on a sustainable basis. Decentralization. Individual and community ownership of local development is critical. Actions are most successful if decisions are made close to the people. This requires effective national and local government working in partnership with the people. Transformative Leadership. Ending hunger requires a new kind of leadership: not top-down, authority-based leadership, but leadership that awakens people to their own power — leadership “with” people rather than leadership “over” people. In sum, world hunger can be ended, but not by merely doing more of the same. Hunger is primarily a human issue, and ending hunger requires principles that are consistent with our shared humanity.

  • Promote an international peace that respects peoples social and cultural differences. condemn all forms of aggression and military conflicts against peoples and to denounce their instigators.

  • Contradict all forms of collective deportations and forced migration, therefore to defend and to strengthen the rights of individuals that guarantee them a home country in which they can live in peacefully and securely.

  • Contradict the production and use of all forms of weapons of mass destruction, while requesting belligerent countries to disclose information about their planted mines.

  • Provide the protection to refugee’s groups and/or individuals) until a safe repatriation is made possible for them.

  • Link people and organizations, interested in building a peaceful world through international communication, such as newsletters, journals, summits, international conclave, symposia and missions worldwide.

  • Enable and encourage technology transfer and best practice sharing between developed and developing states in order facilitate greater sustainable development among developing states and its citizens and civil society bodies.

  • Promote peace awareness actively through involvement of the media/event to promote peaceful and positive community values.

  • To cooperate to avoid compromising on human rights for economic or political expediency. To recognize democratic institutions as a fundamental human right. To work towards the sovereignty and self-determination of entities with historical, cultural and ecological identity. To restrict cooperation with governing regimes that violate human right. To actively engage with the Government of India and other countries to promote human rights education. To bring diplomatic and commercial pressures on regimes that violate human rights, to ensure that they respect the basic rights of their citizens.

  • To keep the interests of disempowered communities foremost in all dealings with countries in which human rights violations occur. To support the end of colonization and press for resolution of colonial conflicts through the UN framework. To develop a more distinctive and effective role for the International Court of Justice in the field of human rights. To support through the UN framework, democratic and economic reforms in countries coming out of totalitarian control. To support through the UN framework, democratic and economic reforms in countries coming out of totalitarian control.

Despite the many challenges and turmoil in our world at present, we find examples of heroic men and women striving to uplift their communities, nations, and indeed the entire human family. Such examples remind us that when we join for the greater good, and tap the power of the human spirit, we can overcome even the most daunting circumstances. From one perspective, it appears that our world is becoming more divided and polarized than ever before. We now have access to news and information about each other that focuses on our differences. It’s easy to forget our fundamental connectedness.The diverse faith and wisdom traditions of the world affirm a conviction that we are one—that our common humanity draws us together. A shared future is within our reach! Our work in builds broad awareness of the central importance of shared values as a basis for social cohesion and peacebuilding. We implement programs that apply this vision and demonstrate the efficacy of this values-based approach. What can we do within our families, within our communities, to contribute to the greater good? What can we do together to advance a movement for global peace? It’s up to us to build a platform of common cause and shared mission that can foster a more healthy social environment globally. Learn how to join us as we foster peace around the world.

Our goal is to bring together a wide range of Civil Society Organizations from International to local levels, to consolidate and strengthen the disarmament and peace efforts of countries, organizations and individuals around the world. Without cooperation there can be no Peace.

International Peace Commission is devoted to provide you all the best resources and information;to assist with guidance and assistance in getting resources or support in principle which will help in achieving funding for worthwhile and necessary projects further strengthening sustainable civil societies.

IPC also working to facilitate the participation of NGOs in the UN System. Making sure that NGOs have adequate access to UN meetings, conferences, special events, and documentation is a vital part of our work.

The main focus of our work is Human Rights, Social Development, Education, NGO Networking, Environment, Youth, Health, International Campaign against Aids, Women Empowerment, Media, Democratization, Humanitarian Aid, Disaster Management, Peace Keeping Disarmament and sustainability through development and support of civil society initiatives and goals.

Dedication, commitment and hard work is what has helped PJHRF achieve its goals and objectives to date. It has been an exciting yet challenging nine years of perseverance and devotion, which has given PJHRF the strength to continue working on promoting and protecting Human Rights across India. PJHRF strongly believes that without cooperation there can be no peace and without the promotion of Human Rights, Social Development, Education, Health and Women’s Empowerment there cannot be a progressive India. PJHRF is committed to ensure every citizen regardless of race, colour, religion and ethnic background is able to enjoy his/her Human Rights without restriction and fear for the safety of their own well being. PJHRF has stood by the citizens and helped the vulnerable communities, refugees and prisoners obtain, enjoy and practice their Human Rights in times when the country was facing severe difficulties and witnessing flagrant violations of human rights. As Chairman of this well established and well recognized Human Rights organization,I would like to offer a special note of gratitude to PJHRF members and volunteers. All our members and volunteers are so special to us; we would not be able to work without you. Regardless of which category you may fall in, we are glad that you are members of PJHRF and we thank you for your continued partnership with us, and for sharing so many of the same ethical and idealistic concerns. We look forward to identifying with you and seek new ways of working more closely together. You are the backbone of PJHRF and it exists because of you. We appreciate your efforts and we recognize that without your collaboration, dedication and commitment, PJHRF would not have been able to relish the success it has done so to date. You the members and volunteers are the ones who have built the reputation and promoted the work and name of PJHRF. We thank you for all your support and hard work and hope to continue working closely with you in years to come. By promoting the message of peace and prosperity together, we can envisage a brighter future for the coming generations and us. PJHRF remains deeply committed to supporting the ideas and promotion of the United Nations Human Rights Declaration and we seek all opportunities to facilitate and promote the message of Human Rights. PJHRF is grateful to its kind and generous Members who have donated generously and helped PJHRF in implementing projects in Human Rights, Education, Health, Women’s Rights and other areas. PJHRF also conveys its gratitude to all its Volunteers without whom implementation of projects would not have been possible. PJHRF’s successes and achievements are closely linked to its Members and Volunteers. They are the backbone of this efficacious organization. As our organization network continues to grow, it becomes stronger, more united and PJHRF envisages a more prosperous and brighter future for the Indian citizens. A place where people are protected and Human Rights are promoted. PJHRF is proud of its Members and Volunteers who helped it become one of the fastest growing Human Rights Networks across the country. Thank you all tremendously, your efforts are highly appreciated and your hard work is acknowledged, without you there is no PJHRF.