Manab Adhikar Sangram Samiti

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Manab Adhikar Sangram Samiti
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Abbreviation MASS
Formation 1991
Type NGO
Purpose Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Human Rights Protection
Human Rights Education
Human Rights Monitoring
Headquarters Udanashri Building,
Ananda Nagar,
Bamunimoidam,
Guwahati – 781021
Location
Region served
Northeast India
Official language
Assamese, English
Chairman
Ajit Kumar Bhuyan

Manab Adhikar Sangram Samiti (MASS), (Assamese মানৱ অধিকাৰ সংগ্ৰাম সমিতি), is a regional non-profit human rights NGO in Assam. It was founded in 1991 by Parag Kumar Das along with a group of intellectuals and journalists of Assam. The present chairman is Ajit Kumar Bhuyan and its headquarters is at Bamunimoidam, Guwahati.

The NGO has been working on protection and promotion of human rights both civil and political, human rights education and mass mobilization, resistance and documentation of human rights violation etc. It also challenges the alleged human rights violation in Assam by the Indian Army, paramilitary forces and state police.

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