Most potent human rights, community welfare and philanthropy conclave on the foothills of the Himalayas, ever!
11-12 November, 2019
11:00 am - 5 pm
#LeaveNoOneBehind International Conclave on Human Rights, Community Welfare, Philanthropy and UN Sustainable Development Goals is aimed at:
Bringing the real human rights heroes, community welfare activists & philanthropists on one platform
Exchange of ideas and brainstorming sessions on how to innovate to get to the solutions of the human rights challenges and concerns
Honoring activists for their role & contribution in the field of human rights and community welfare
Draw the attention towards, focus on and form a plan of action to work towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Motivate youth and activists around the world to #LeaveNoOneBehind
The first edition of the Conclave was held on November 4 and November 5, 2017 at Chandigarh India and was inaugurated by Hon'ble Member of Parliament from Chandigarh, Smt. Kirron Kher. The Conclave received registrations from over 100 countries. NITI Aayog's Advisor - SDGs, Shri Ashok Kumar Jain delivered the keynote address. Lt. Governor of Pondicherry, Smt. Kiran Bedi addressed the audience through video. The Conclave was endorsed by Shri Arvind Kejriwal - Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi and activist Gurmehar Kaur. Speakers included AAP MLA Jarnail Singh, Dr. Suneeta Mukherjee - former United Nations rep to Maldives, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Mrs. Sudha Sharma - former Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, S. RS Ghuman - former DIG, Chandigarh Police, among others.
Location: The Conclave is held in the city of Chandigarh, India. Chandigarh is a Union Territory in India that also serves as the capital of the neighbouring states of Punjab & Haryana. One of the early planned cities in post-independence India, it is internationally known for its architecture and urban design. City's master plan was prepared by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier, which transformed from earlier plans created by the Polish architect Maciej Nowicki & the American planner Albert Mayer. In 2015, an article published by BBC named Chandigarh as one of the few master-planned cities in the world to have succeeded in terms of combining monumental architecture, cultural growth and modernisation.Chandigarh's Capitol Complex was in July 2016 declared by UNESCO as World Heritage at the 40th session of World Heritage Conference held in Istanbul. Chandigarh has one of the highest per capita incomes in the country. Reported to be one of the cleanest cities in India, the union territory also heads the list of Indian states and territories according to Human Development Index.Per a 2015 study, Chandigarh is named as the happiest city in India.
Honb'le Member of Parliament from Chandigarh, Smt Kirron Kher addressing the first edition of the #LeaveNoOneBehind International Conclave on Human Rights, Community Welfare, Philanthropy & UN SDGs
Honb'le Chief Minister of Delhi Shri Arvind Kejriwal endorsing the #LeaveNoOneBehind International Conclave on Human Rights, Community Welfare, Philanthropy & UN SDGs
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About the Organisers
Registered with the Government of India as a section 8 NGO, the organization was founded by Prabhloch Singh in 2006. The pressure group and human rights organisation has contributed to some of the biggest reversals of injustice in India by helping in public opinion formation and organising peaceful candle light vigils during the Jessica Lal case, Nirbhaya case, etc.
The organization was the first to act in the Jessica Lal murder case from Manu Sharma's hometown Chandigarh. It was also featured in the Bollywood movie 'No One Killed Jessica' in 2011. The leader of the pressure group is Prabhloch Singh, a human rights activist, speaker, serial solopreneur, management professional and a deejay. The organisation along with its founder Prabhloch was made a part of a human rights case study on Media Influence, Rule of Law, and Civic Action in India by the Florida State University through an Honors Theses submitted to and approved by the Defense Committee of the Department of International Affairs, USA.
Human Rights Protection Group & MFP Federation is also validated by NASSCOM Foundation, NITI Aayog, OnGood and Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt of India.
The NGO is now focussed on Community Welfare and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
+estimated numbers per our previous event
Speakers - 2.0 edition
Proud to bring inspirational speakers and panelists!
Speakers are being updated on a regular basis. Please watch out for this section as we keep adding more and more speakers. Interested in a Speaking slot? Write to us at
Sponsors - 2.0 edition
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The conclave is partially funded. The price you're paying is a subsidised price as a portion of the expenses is being taken care of by the organisers.
Registration will be considered complete only after registration fees has been paid. International Delegates can pay upon arrival.
Rooms (where applicable) will be provided on twin sharing basis in premium properties.
Certificates will be issued to all participants.
Invitation Letters for Visa purposes have been issued to all International Delegates. All delegates have to make their own arrangements for travel. Meals and Accommodation is covered in the registration fee for all International Delegates.
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Best of luck and see you at the Conclave!
All foreign delegates, registrants, participants have been provided with a Visa Invitation Letter by October 10, 2019. This has been sent to your email address.
We have made all necessary efforts to make arrangements and secure required approvals from the authorities to increase your chances of securing a conference visa for India.
The Visa that you will need to apply for this Conclave is the "Conference Visa" since the Conclave is being organised by an NGO (Section 8 NGO Registered with the Government of India). Visa fee for a Conference visa needs to be paid by the registrants to the Indian Consulate in their respective countries.
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Foreign delegates/registrants/participants need to email their air tickets and visa to as soon as they are granted the visa.
Foreign Delegates can pay the Registration fee after securing the visa. However, you must email the air tickets and a copy of the visa to
Best of luck with the visa application and see you at the Conclave!