The Human Rights Advocacy and the History of Human Rights Standards website is part of a larger project exploring the development and evolution of international human rights policy. It serves as a portal for instructors, students, advocates (practitioners) and researchers interested in the standard-setting advocacy work of the international human rights movement and the intellectual history of contemporary international human rights policy. In a systematic way, it guides users to resources that provide insight into the development and implementation of human rights policy and traces efforts to wrestle through numerous conceptual challenges.
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This guide from Equally Ours provides practical advice on communicating human rights with public audiences, based on detailed research into people’s understanding, attitudes and responses to different messages.
Cambodia ACTs fights child trafficking and exploitation through community capacity building, education and awareness programs, and legal services for victims, implemented countrywide and in local grassroots networks with our national NGO partners.
The Safra Project is a resource project working on issues relating to lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender women who identify as Muslim religiously and/or culturally (Muslim LBT women). The Safra Project was set up in October 2001 by and for Muslim LBT women. The issues faced by Muslim LBT women, and the (combination of) prejudices based…
Asylum Access is an innovative, international nonprofit dedicated to making refugee rights a reality. Asylum Access empowers refugees in Africa, Asia and Latin America to live safely, work, send children to school and rebuild their lives.
This program explored the ethical dilemmas that occur when human rights ideals confront realities on the ground. Through meetings, seminars, and workshops, the project looked for ways to define the parameters of this broad, interdisciplinary area of study.
IICRD is a unique hybrid organization: part ngo, part academic institution, located in Victoria, BC, focused on social innovation with and for children and youth. Their purpose is to build respect for children
This guide is written by a U.S.-based non-governmental organization (NGO), the Council for Global Equality, for the use of non-U.S. NGOs. It is offered as a resource for human rights colleagues internationally who share a mission of encouraging U.S. embassies to stand in support of fundamental human rights for all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
This toolkit is the product of a two-year project undertaken by Minority Rights Group International (MRG) with the aim of raising public awareness of development problems and increasing public support in the new Member States of the European Union for their governments’ international assistance and policy.
Tahirih Justice Center is a national non-profit that has served over 22,000 courageous individuals fleeing violence since 1997. Our efficient, effective, and innovative model of service is now delivered from four locations, and we