Standing Committee On Human Rights and Peace
Welcome to SCORP!
The Standing Committee on Human Rights and Peace (SCORP) unites students who strive to create an equal and peaceful world by providing medical students with tools and skills to act according to Human Rights and ethics both in clinical settings and in everyday life. SCORP gives you an opportunity to speak the unspoken, to support the disregarded and fight for the unrepresented.
How does SCORP Work

SCORP has a vision of a peaceful world where all individuals are entitled to full and equal access to their human rights, where no one is left behind, where priority is given to people in greatest need and where the entire society, including medical students and health workers, unite to support vulnerable groups

We intend to empower and motivate medical students to actively promote ethics and human rights in health, gender based violence, Disaster Management, emergency and humanitarian action, Peace Building, and its consequences on mental health of the vulnerable populations through activities, campaigns, advocacy, capacity building and awareness raising.

It is a small effort to highlight the role of medical students as mirrors of the society and encourage them to enhance Humanity in Medicine. It starts with advocacy, Proceeds to awareness and action culminates in peaceful coexistences. We welcome you to join us as we look for the horizon of equality amidst the unrest of the sea and infinities of the sky. Welcome to the Green World, Welcome to SCORP.

To know more about the work we are currently doing check out our activities page!

Our National Team for the term 2020-21 consists of:

National Officers on Human Rights and Peace (NORP)

  • Ishika Kaul
  • Henna Bhandari

National Officer Assistants on Human Rights and Peace (NORP- Assist)

  • NORP Assistants: General
    • Shobhet Saxena
    • Manal Khursheed
    • Soham Aggarwal
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  • PRC Assistant
    • Shaguftah Rehman

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