What we Do?

MASM is interested in carrying out various activities under the overall umbrella of Human and Legal Rights. They include giving a helping hand to the needy persons and institutions in the field of rights, especially persons who are affected either by violation of human rights or by denial of Human rights or stay away from the justice system so far due to their vulnerable status.  In this direction we are bringing out various burning issues, case studies and survey reports, which we ourselves publish in our monthly magazine namely, “Human Touch”. This magazine is the only magazine in the country today which focuses on promotion and protection of human rights thereby providing access to justice to the deprived and underprivileged sections of the society. The magazine is in publication since March 2004.

Secondly, MASM has already created a mailing list of thousands of local, national, and international organizations, opinion makers, eminent personalities etc., and had been corresponding with them.

Since inception, the organization has also taken up many numbers of cases pertaining to violation of rights in different for a like National Human Right Commission, State Human Rights Commissions, National Women Commission, State Women Commission, National Minorities Commission, State Minorities Commission, State Legal Services Authorities, Crime Against Women Cell etc.

The organization is aware of the field reality that it is often the weaker section of the society which is deprived of the human rights as well as legal rights. It is a known fact that these sections of the society could not get any remedial action as they could not approach the available systems including the legal ones for the redressal of their grievances.

Realizing the plight of the poor who could not afford to spend for the legal remedies or deprived of the same facilities due to various reasons, the government has already introduced systems including services like ‘Free Legal Aid to the Poor’. But as it is observed the takers of the facilities are few. This is especially due to poor awareness level of the people to the available resources.