Core Focus

The GWF believes in respect for every citizen. Their fundamental theory is that each individual is a moral and rational being who deserves to be treated with self-respect.
GWF aims at creating a worldwide atmosphere of stability, non- violence, and peace. The whole idea is to put in practice the highest form of worship – service to fellow human beings and to all forms of life in this world.


Start Giving Hope to Ensure

Healthcare today is the world’s largest and fastest growing industry. In India healthcare is an US $ 17 Billion industry accounting for 4% of GDP. Public health care system is responsible for spending of 1% of the GDP Today, the average Indian is spending more on his well being than ever before. The  proportion of households in the low income group has declined from 59% in 1990, to 49% in 1996 and more urbanization has increased the middle & higher income groups from 14% to 20%.Increase in purchasing power of the middle class.


The Endless Journey of Widows being abandoned

Vrindavan, a small town situated in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, the abode of Lord Krishna, has become the host to widows from all over India. The bulk of widows, now sheltering in ashrams here, are from Bengal, Orissa, Bihar and other states of the country. Shunned from society when their husbands die not for religious reasons, but because of tradition – and because they’re seen as a financial drain on their families – they pass their days in utter poverty and want, begging in the streets or squatting or lying on the stairs outside the temples.


Vrindavan, a place revered as the birthplace of Lord Krishna, is also the
dwelling of the widows. In fact, this sacred place can also be known as the “City of Widows”, not because of their number, but their pitiable
dependence on charity, which makes them such a prevailing feature of this city of spirituality. Draped in white saris, many of these women bent with age and holding a stick for support, they can be seen scuffling their feet around the city.


Observe, Acknowledge & Report

The incidents of minors getting raped in the country has been on the rise since the past six years. According to data of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) a total of 5,045 cases were reported in 2007, while in 2012 the figure touched at 8,541.In 2008. There is no dispute to the fact that a huge number of minors rape cases may even have gone unreported to the police. During the past six years, the annual figures of this crime reported to the Delhi police always remained above 300 and in 2012 it reached 415.


On The Mission to Bring Peace aims at creating a world-wide atmosphere of stability, non-violence and peace. The whole idea is to put in practice the highest form of worship –service to fellow human beings and to all forms of life in this world. The idea of On The Mission to Bring Peace is a major project which includes all the spheres of wellness of life. The ideals of non-violence and peace have
to be developed through constant efforts and bringing together of likeminded individuals and groups.


Since the beginning of civilizaon, war and violence have been inescapably woven with the long connuing journey of human race and with it has been the connuous yearning for peace and security.

Despite the movements of peace worldwide, violence sll convnues unabated across the globe. The memory of the atrocious world war II is a deep scar in the history of mankind.


A Threat Toward National Sovereignty

Globalization has meant increasing interchange of not only goods and
services, but also of persons who provide these. With the Indian economy growing in leaps and bounds and Foreign Direct Investment pouring in, it is inevitable that the number of foreign nationals visiting and staying in India for business purposes has also witnessed a commensurate increase. Under the Indian foreign exchange regulations, a person is said to be ‘Resident in India’. Under Indian law, the legal rights of and the restrictions imposed on foreign nationals depend on whether they are categorised as residents or non-residents.


A Report on The Rise of the Drug Epidemic

We, as an organizaon dedicated to the rights and jusce for the common people, are trying to bring out the real truth regarding Punjab’s ongoing drug crisis. We found out that near border areas the rate of heroin abuse among 15 to 25 year olds is as high as 75% – the percentage is 73% in other rural areas throughout the region. which is alarming and leading to increase the number of death everyday overdose in each week.


When companies operate in an economically, socially and environmentally responsible manner, and they do so transparently, it helps them succeed in particular through encouraging shared value and social license. Management and mitigation of social and environmental risk factors are increasingly important for business success abroad, as the costs to companies of losing that social license, both in terms of share price and the bottom line, may be significant. CSR can affect staff,consumers,suppliers, investors,governments and the public.



Time and again we have been hearing and reading about the fire tragedies at public places like Hospitals, Restaurants, Cinema Halls, Banquet Halls, Schools, Factories, etc and most of the times the reasons stated were preventable but due to the negligence of fire safety rules has always led to the loss of various lives and property worth crores of rupees.
The recent incident of horrifying fire mishap tragedy in Mumbai restaurant which claimed 14 lives is unforgettable. The careless role played by the civic authorities’ in spite of knowing that a huge number of eateries and bars are run illegally, without adequate fire safety provisions is hard to define.


In the recent times High Rise buildings have set a different trend in construction and architecture. But no matter how beautiful these tall buildings appear, they pose a serious threat to life in the time of calamity especially fire, most of the high rise buildings, public places lack adequate in-built fire protection systems. According to National Crime Record Bureau, 18,450 cases of fire accidents were reported in 2015 which injured 1,193 and killed 17,700.



There are no words to  describe the horrendous tragedy in Mumbai restaurant which claimed 14 lives and left several injured. Even no words describe the anger and disgust against the civic authorities, which despite knowing that a huge number of eateries and bars are run illegally, without adequate fire and other safety provisions, continue to pay lip service to the well-being of the people while actually being in league with the corrupt businessmen. Now a days the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation might be the richest  Municipal Body in the country,but by all accounts,it also seems to be  the most corrupt. 

Similarly, a bench of Hon’ble Justice A. K. Sikri and Justice Ashok Bhushan of the Hon’ble Supreme Court has taken view in the matter of Transfer Petition no. 271/2017 JanhitManch vs. State of Maharashtra on 31.07.2017  that “the development carried out by builders in building, which is to house hundreds of people are not question of rights of developers alone. The development regulations and various other statutory rules enjoin performance of various statutory duties and statutory obligations in respect of development of buildings, which are to house hundreds of occupants. The life and safety of occupants is a matter of public importance and the issues raised relate to public concern & Safety which need to be decided at the earliest.”

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