H.E.R. India Conference
The International STEM Society for Human Rights’ primary goal through the H.E.R. India Conference is to provide tangible opportunities which encourage the active participation of individuals and organizations from various backgrounds and interests to more actively participate towards the human rights cause. We believe that the Conference should have a long lasting impact within the hosting country and community, and as such H.E.R. India will adopt various programs and initiatives which revolve around the annual Conference to help safeguard the lives of individuals within local and surrounding communities.
The International STEM Society for Human Rights (ISSHR) is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to applying STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics), Education, and the Visual and Performing Arts to safeguard, nurture, and empower survivors and individuals who are most vulnerable to become victims of human rights abuses. The institution consists of three Chapters – H.E.R. (Humanity Education & Rights), P.E.E.R. (Preservation of Environment & Ecosystem Rights), and D.A.T.A. (Disable Active Target Assets) – which together integrate various fields of expertise and offer a multifaceted approach to more fully address human rights issues around the globe.
Mr. Rajiv Uttamchandani
Founder & Chairman, International STEM Society for Human Rights, Executive Director, H.E.R. Conference
Dr. K.R. Gangadharan
Founder, Heritage Foundation, Program Committee Chairman, H.E.R. India Conference
Ms. Anitha Niranjan
Executive Director, CIM Global
Mr. C.D. Shridhar
STEM Advisor, CIM Global, Senior Advisor, H.E.R. India Operations