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Joint civil society letter for treaty body reviews in the COVID-19 context

Date : 2020.10.05

522 organisations from all regions joined the civil society letter to urge the Human Rights Treaty Bodies and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to schedule State reviews no later than 2021 and communicate clearly to civil society in advance about their up-coming work. The letter expresses concerns on the increasing backlog and protection gap due to the fact that the Treaty Bodies are not reviewing States. It considers that online or hybrid State reviews can be done on a temporary and exceptional basis in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The letter was prepared by TB-Net, which IMADR is a founding member, together with Amnesty International and the International Service for Human Rights.

The letter is available in English, French, Spanish and Russian 


2 October 2020

To the attention of the UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies and the Human Rights Treaties Branch of the OHCHR

We, the undersigned civil society organisations, write to you concerning the functioning of the UN Treaty Bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on the work of the Treaty Bodies, with the postponement, cancellation and scaling-down of nearly all sessions scheduled for 2020. Since July 2020, most of the Treaty Bodies have met virtually and limited their activities, rescheduling all the reviews of states parties planned. The effects of the pandemic have been exacerbated by the financial crisis that the OHCHR and the UN are undergoing. This is an unprecedented situation which requires exceptional efforts from all stakeholders to overcome it. Appreciating the significant efforts of Treaty Body members to continue many activities, we remain concerned that the challenges and constraints analyzed very well by the Treaty Bodies’ Working Group on COVID-19 still apply.

The 28th August letter of the High Commissioner to Member States recommended that all sessions until the end of the year will take place online, while some will be cancelled. Although we understand that the current situation has created enormous challenges, we are seriously concerned by the increasing backlog and protection gap due to the fact that the Treaty Bodies are not reviewing States. We are also concerned that there is lack of clarity as to what work they will be able to carry out in the coming months.

We urge the Treaty Bodies and their Secretariats to schedule State reviews no later than 2021, and OHCHR to prioritise resources and tools for this. We recommend anticipating risks and possible scenarios with clear mitigation and contingency plans that are public and proactively communicated to civil society. Should the pandemic further prevent the scheduling of physical sessions of the Treaty Bodies in 2021, we consider that a pragmatic approach should be taken which allows online State reviews on a temporary and exceptional basis.

Learning from the experiences of the past months, the Treaty Bodies should define the conditions for online State reviews and be supported by the OHCHR and the other UN departments accordingly to allow such reviews to take place online or in a hybrid mode. Moreover the webcast is essential in the specific context of online public sessions and must be reliable.

Predictability, transparency, inclusivity, and accessibility are essential conditions to enable the full participation of civil society, and all stakeholders, in the work of the Treaty Bodies, in particular if online reviews are organised. Civil society organisations require advance notice of the up-coming work of the Treaty Bodies, to enable them to undertake human rights monitoring, prepare alternative reports, plan briefings and raise the funds to undertake this work. In addition, sufficient time allocation and technical requirements, including accessibility for persons with disabilities relying on screen readers and sign language, and availability of good quality audio for interpreters, should be ensured for online private briefings with members of civil society organisations.

Given the plethora of human rights restrictions and violations arising from the responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is crucial for rights-holders that the Treaty Bodies, who are the only independent and expert monitors of the legally binding human rights treaties, are able to fulfill their mandates and independently assess states’ compliance. In fact, the relevance of the Treaty Bodies is at stake, if they are not able to continue to perform their fundamental mandate in the midst of a human rights crisis.

Sincerely yours,

List of signatories

1.      A 11 – Initiative for Economic and Social Rights Serbia
2.      Abdorrahman Boroumand Center for Human Rights in Iran United States
3.      Abdoul Razak Oumarou Magagi Niger
4.      Abolition Institute United States
5.      ACADHOSHA (Action des Chrétiens Activistes des Droits de l’Homme à Shabunda) République Dém. du Congo
6.      ACAT Germany (Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture) Germany
7.      ACAT Italia Italy
8.      ACAT-Switzerland Switzerland
9.      Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture (ACAT-Liberia) Liberia
10.   Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights Canada
11.   Action on Smoking and Health United States
12.   ACU Australia
13.   Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association Palestine
15.   AEJTCI Côte d’Ivoire
16.   African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies Gambia
18.   Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights Palestine
19.   Al-Haq Palestine
20.   Albanian Coalition for Education Albania
21.   Albinism Society of Eswatini Eswatini
22.   AlertaVenezuela Venezuela
23.   All Human Rights for All in IRAN Austria
24.   All Okinawa Council for Human Rights Japan
25.   All Survivors Project Liechtenstein
26.   Alliance against Racial Profiling Switzerland
27.   Alliance for the Rights of the Child Czechia
28.   Almen Modstand Danmark
29.   American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) United States
30.   Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain United States
31.   Amnesty International Global
32.   Anti-Discrimination Centre Memorial Belgium
33.   Anti-Slavery International United Kingdom
34.   APC Argentina
35.   APDET-DEI TCHAD (Association pour la Protection des Droits des Enfants au Tchad-Défense des Enfants international Tchad) Tchad
36.   APFDC-BENIN Bénin
37.   Ararteko (Ombudsman of the Basque Country-Spain) Spain (Basque Country)
38.   ARC International Global
39.   ARCH Disability Law Centre Canada
40.   Article 12 in Scotland United Kingdom
41.   Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) Thailand
42.   Asia Pacific Human Rights Information Center (HURIGHTS OSAKA) Japan
43.   Asia Pacific Transgender Network (APTN) Thailand
44.   Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC) Hong Kong
45.   Asociacion Azul Argentina
46.   Asociación Civil Equidad LGBTI Bolivia
47.   Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia Argentina
48.   Asociación Interamericana para la Defensa del Ambiente (AIDA) Regional Organization
49.   Asociaciòn para una Ciudadania Participativa (ACI PARTICIPA) Honduras
50.   Assocation des Jeunes Futures Cadres du Pays ( AJEFUCAP) en sigle République Démocratique du Congo
51.   Associação de Mulheres contra a Violência Portugal
52.   Association “Paix”pour la lutte contre la contrainte et l’injustice Mauritanie
55.   Association du Developpement et de la promotion de Droit de l Homme Mauritanie
56.   Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and equality of Women- ESE North Macedonia
57.   Association for Progressive Communications (APC) Global
58.   Association Mauritanienne pour la Promotion des Droits de l’homme AMPDH Mauritanie
59.   Association pour la défense des droits de la femme mauritanienne Mauritanie
60.   Association pour la prévention de la torture (APT) Switzerland
61.   Association pour les Droits de l’Homme et l’Univers Carcéral(ADHUC) République du Congo
62.   Asssemblée nationale/ République Démocratique du Congo République Dém. du Congo
63.   ASTRA-Antitrafficking action Serbia
64.   Aula Abierta Venezuela
65.   Autistic Minority International Switzerland
66.   Avocats Sans Frontières Belgique
67.   AWID Global
68.   AyeRight United Kingdom
69.   Bangladesh SCM Bangladesh
70.   Banglar Manabadhikar Suraksha Mancha (MASUM) India
71.   BAOBAB for Women’s Human Rights Nigeria
72.   Belarusian Helsinki Committee Belarus
73.   BLUE 21 / Unfairtobacco Germany
74.   British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society Canada
75.   Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies Switzerland
76.   Caleidoscopio Humano Venezuela
77.   Cambodia Children And Young People Movement For Child Right(CCYMCR) Cambodia
78.   Cambodian Center for Human Rights Cambodia
79.   Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance Canada
80.   Carleton University Canada
81.   Casa de la Mujer Bolivia
82.   Católicas por el Derecho a Decidir/Bolivia Bolivia
83.   CBCP National Secretariat for Social Action Philippines
84.   Cendif-Universidad Metropolitana Venezuela
85.   Center for Danish-Muslim Relations (CEDAR) Denmark
86.   Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) Global
87.   Center for Justice and International Law Regional Organization
88.   Center for Military Human Tights Korea Republic of Korea
89.   Center for Pan-African Affairs United States
90.   Center for Participation and Development Georgia
91.   Center for Reproductive Rights Switzerland
92.   Central Union for Child Welfare (Lastensuojelun Keskusliitto) Finland
93.   Centre d’information et de formation en matière de droits humains en Afrique Burkina Faso
94.   Centre for Child Law South Africa
95.   Centre for Civil and Political Rights Switzerland
96.   Centre for Peace Studies Croatia
97.   Centre for the Development of Democracy and Human Rights Russia
98.   Centre for Youth and Children’s Affairs Affairs (CEYCA) Malawi
99.   Centre International de Conseil, de Recherche et d’Expertise en Droits de l’Homme (CICREDHO) Switzerland
100. Centre Suisse pour la Défense des Droits des Migrants (CSDM) Switzerland
101. Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas, A.C. México
102. Centro de Derechos Humanos FrayMatías de Córdova A.C. México
103. Centro de Derechos Humanos Paso del Norte Mexico
104. Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales Argentina
105. Centro de Prevención, Tratamiento y Rehabilitación de las Víctimas de la Tortura y sus Familiares (CPTRT) Honduras
106. Centro JuanaAzurduy Bolivia
107. Centro para los Defensores y la Justicia (CDJ) Venezuela
108. Changement Social Bénin Bénin
109. Child Monks Project (alternative report submission from private party) Canada
110. Child Protection Alliance The Gambia
111. Child Rights Centre Serbia
112. Child Rights Centre Albania Albania
113. Child Rights Coalition Cambodia (CRC-Cambodia) Cambodia
114. Child Rights Connect Global
115. Child Rights Information Centre (CRIC) Moldova
116. Child Rights International Network – CRIN United Kingdom
117. Child Rights Network Switzerland Switzerland
118. Children First Canada Canada
119. Children in Wales Wales (UK)
120. Children’s Law Centre (Northern Ireland) N Ireland
121. Children’s Parliament Scotland Scotland
122. Children’s Rights Alliance Ireland
123. Children’s Rights Alliance Aotearoa New Zealand New Zealand
124. Children’s Rights Alliance for England, part of Just for Kids Law England
125. Children’s Health & Human Rights Partnership Canada
126. Children’s Rights Centre Cape Breton University Canada
127. Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic Canada
128. CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality The Netherlands
129. Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) United Kingdom
130. CIES Salud Sexual Salud Reproductiva Bolivia
131. Civil Society Coalition on the Convention on the Rights of the Child Philippines
132. Civil Society Human Rights Advocacy Platform OF Liberia Liberia
133. CLADEM Bolivia Bolivia
134. CLADHO Rwanda
135. Coalición Boliviana de Colectivos LGBTI Bolivia
137. Coalition Togolaise des Défenseurs des Droits Humains (CTDDH) Togo
138. COC Netherlands The Netherlands
139. COCADE Cameroon
140. Colectivo de Derechos Humanos Nicaragua Nunca Más Costa Rica
141. Colectivo tlgb Bolivia
142. Colectivo TLGB Tarija Bolivia
143. Colombian Commission of Jurists Colombia
144. COLTE/CDE Guinea
145. Combite pour la Paix et le développement Haïti
146. Comisión de Derechos Humanos de la Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Políticas de la Universidad del Zulia Venezuela
147. Comisión Mexicana de Defensa y Promoción de los Derechos Humanos México
148. Comissão Nacional para os Direitos Humanos e a Cidadania – CNDHC Cabo Verde
149. Comitato per la promozione e protezione dei diritti umani Italy
150. Comité de los Derechos del Niño del Uruguay CDNU Uruguay
151. Comunidad de Derechos Humanos Bolivia
152. Congrès Mondial Amazigh Tamazgha, région Afrique du nord
153. Consejo Superior de la Empresa Privada (COSEP) Nicaragua
154. Consorcio para el Diálogo Parlamentario y la Equidad Oaxaca A.C. México
155. Construisons Ensemble le Monde DRC
156. Coordinadora de Derechos Humanos del Paraguay (CODEHUPY) Paraguay
157. Coordinadora Institucional de Promoción por los Derechos de la Niñez CIPRODENI Guatemala
158. Coordinadora por los Derechos de la Infancia y la Adolescencia de Paraguay – CDIA Paraguay
159. Coordinated Organizations and Communities for Roma Human Rights in Greece (SOKADRE) Greece
160. Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience France
161. Coordination des ONG pour les droits de l’enfant Belgique
162. Corporación Humanas Chile
163. Corporación OPCION Chile
164. Cotidiano Mujer Uruguay
165. COVIRE Mauritanie
166. Cross Cultural Foundation, Thailand Thailand
167. CSO “La Strada-Ukraine” Ukraine
168. DeafBlind Ontario Services Canada
169. Defence for Children International Palestine
170. Defensa de Niñas y Niños – Internacional, DNI Costa Rica Costa Rica
171. Defensa de ninas y niños internacional DNI-Colombia Colombia
172. Défense des enfants International Belgique Belgium
173. Defiende Venezuela Venezuela
174. Dementia Alliance International Global
175. Derechos en Accion Bolivia
176. Destination Justice France
177. Developmental Action without Borders/Naba’a Lebanon
179. Diakonia Bolivia
180. Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality Fiji
181. Documenta – Center for Dealing with tha Past Croatia
182. Dominicans for Justice and Peace Switzerland
183. Down Syndrome International United Kingdom
184. DPI Women’s Network Japan! Japan
185. DRA Berlin Germany
186. Due Process of Law Foundation – DPLF Regional Organization
187. Dutch NGO Coalition for Children’s Rights The Netherlands
188. Earthjustice United States
189. Eastern Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality Saint Lucia
190. ECOM – Eurasian Coalition on Health, Rights, Gender and Sexual Diversity Estonia
191. ECPAT Belgium Belgium
192. ECPAT Child Alert NZ New Zealand
193. ECPAT International Thailand
194. ECPAT Norway Norway
195. ECPAT Philippines, Inc. Philippines
196. Egyptian Foundation for Advancement of the Childhood Conditions Egypt
197. EMISCO France
198. Enhedslisten Antiracist Group Aarhus Denmark
199. Enhedslistens Antiracistiske Udvalg Denmark
200. Ensemble contre la peine de mort (ECPM) France
201. Equality Myanmar Myanmar
202. Eurochild Belgium
203. European Disability Forum Belgium
204. European Roma Rights Centre Belgium
206. EXCUBITUS Derechos Humanos en Educación Venezuela
207. Federación Nacional de Personas con Discapacidad Panamá
208. Federatie Antilliaanse Jeugdzorg / Antillean Federation for Youth Care Curacao / Kingdom of the Netherlands
210. FIAN Belgium Belgium
211. FIAN Burkina Faso Burkina Faso
212. FIAN Colombia Colombia
213. FIAN Germany Germany
214. FIAN INDIA India
215. FIAN International Global (Geneva Office)
216. FIAN México México
217. FIAN Portugal Portugal
218. FIAN Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
219. FIAN Switzerland for the Right to Food Switzerland
220. FIAN Uganda Uganda
221. Fondation Pain d’espoir Haïti
222. Foreningen Norges Døvblinde (FNDB) Norway
223. Forum for Human Rights Czechia
224. Forum Menschenrechte e.V Germany
226. FRI – The Norwegian Organisation for Sexual and Gender Diversity Norway
227. FUNCAMAMA Venezuela
228. Fundacion Aguaclara Venezuela
229. Fundación Comunidad Esperanza y Justicia Internacional (FUNCEJI) Dominican Republic
230. Fundación CONSTRUIR Bolivia
231. Fundacion Educacion Y Cooperacion – Educo (Philippines) Philippines
233. G.Men.V. Tarija – Organización de Hombres Gay de Tarija – Bolivia Bolivia
234. Génération Justice Haiti
235. Geneva for Human Rights – Global Training (GHR)) Switzerland
236. Gerard Noodt Foundation FoRB The Netherlands
237. GIN-SSOGIE South Africa
238. Global Campaign for Equal Nationality Rights Global / Secretariat – United States
239. Global Detention Project Switzerland
240. Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Global
241. Global Network of Sex Work Projects Scotland UK
242. Greek Helsinki Monitor Greece
243. Groupe FIAN-Haiti Haiti
244. Grupo de Iniciativa Nacional por los Derrechos del Niño-GIN Perú
245. Gulf Centre for Human Rights (MENA region) MENA Region
246. Halley Movement Mauritius
247. Harm Reduction International United Kingdom
248. Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly – Vanadzor Armenia
249. Hiroshima Network for the Solution of the Japanese Military “Comfort” Women Issue Japan
250. Hope For Children CRC Policy Center Cyprus
251. House of Sharing/Museum of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan Republic of Korea
252. HPLGBT Ukraine
253. Human Constanta Belarus
254. Human Dignity France
255. ็Human Rights and Development Foundation Thailand
256. Human Rights and Gender Justice Clinic, CUNY School of Law United States
257. Human Rights Center of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
258. Human Rights Consortium Northern Ireland
259. Human Rights Defenders Network-SL Sierra Leone
260. Human Rights Foundation of Aotearoa New Zealand New Zealand
261. Human Rights House Crimea Ukraine
262. Human Rights House Foundation Noray
263. Human Rights House Zagreb Croatia
264. Human Rights in China United States
265. Human Rights Institute of South Africa South Africa
266. Human Rights Matter e.V. Germany
267. Human Rights Now Japan
268. Human Rights Space Vietnam
269. Human Rights Watch Switzerland
270. Humanist Union of Greece Greece
271. Humanists International United Kingdom
272. Humanium Switzerland
273. Switzerland
274. Humsn Rights Alert India
275. Hungarian Helsinki Committee Hungary
276. I(dh)eas, Litigio Estratégico en Derechos Humanos A.C. México
278. Ihmisoikeusliitto – The Finnish League for Human Rights Finland
279. ILGA World Switzerland
280. ILGA-Europe Belgium
281. Imya bibliothèque Gabon
282. Inclusion Finland, KVTL Finland
283. Inclusive Development International United States
284. Independent Human Rights Investigators Liberia
285. Independent Living Canada Canada
286. Indigenous Peoples Rights International Philippines (Global organization)
287. Indonesian Mental Health Association Indonesia
288. Iniciativa Mesoamericana de Mujeres Defensoras de Derechos Humanos Mesoamérica
289. Initiative for Social and Economic Rights Uganda
290. İnsan Hakları Derneği / Human Rights Association [İHD] Türkiye
291. Institut des Médias pour la Démocratie et les Droits de l’Homme (IM2DH) Togo
292. Institute of Child Protection Studies Australia
293. INT’L SOCIAL SERVICE Switzerland
294. Intact Denmark Denmark
295. InterAction – Association Suisse pour les Intersexes Switzerland
296. International Association for Religious Freedom The Netherlands
297. International Catholic Child Bureau Switzerland
298. International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
299. International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN) United States
300. International Commission of Jurists Switzerland
301. International Council of Women Switzerland
302. International Dalit Solidarity Network Denmark
303. International Disability Alliance (IDA) Global
304. International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) Global (HQ in France)
305. International Federation of ACAT (FIACAT) France
306. International Federation of Hard of Hearing People Canada
307. International Foster Care Organisation (IFCO) United Kingdom
308. International Institute on Race, Equality and Human Rights (Race and Equality) Switzerland
309. International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR) Japan
310. International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) United Kingdom
311. International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) Belgium
312. International Women Fund Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
313. Intersex Belgium Belgium
314. Ipas United States
315. Ipas Bolivia Bolivia
316. Iraqi Al-Amal Association Iraq
317. ISHR Switzerland
318. Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights United States
320. Japan Disability Forum Japan
321. Japan Federation of Publishing Workers’ Union Japan
322. Japan National Group of Mentally Disabled People Japan
323. Japan NGO Network for CEDAW Japan
324. Japan NGO Network for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (ERD Net) Japan
325. Japan Women’s Action for Optional Protocol to CEDAW Japan
326. Japan’s Military Sexual Slaves Problem Committee of Church of Christ in Japan Japan
327. Japanese Association of International Women’s Rights (JAIWR) Japan
328. Japanese Workers’ Committee for Human Rights Japan
329. Josie Guo Canada
330. Journey of the Heart Ministries United States
331. Just Fair United Kingdom
332. Just Planet Global (Geneva HQ)
333. Justice for Girls Canada
334. Juvenile Justice Advocates International Mexico
335. Karapatan Alliance Philippines Philippines
336. Kazakhstan Feminist Initiative ‘Feminita’ Kazakhstan
337. Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and the Rule of Law Kazakhstan
338. Kehitysvammaliitto ry Finland
339. z.s. Kazakhstan
340. KOURAJ Haiti
341. La Voix des Sans Voix pour les Droits de l’Homme (VSV) République Dém. du Congo
342. LakanBini Advocates Pilipinas Philippines
343. LatinoJustice PRLDEF United States
344. Lawyers for Human Rights Ethiopia
345. Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada Canada
346. Legal Awareness Watch (LAW) Pakistan
347. Legal Information Centre for Human Rights Estonia
348. Libereco Partnership of Human Rights Germany
349. Ligue tunisienne des droits de l’homme Tunisia
350. Little Hands Japan
351. Living Association Thailand
352. Lokataru Indonesia Indonesia
353. Lokshakti Abhiyan India
354. Maat for Peace,Development and Human Rights Egypt
355. MANARA Network Lebanon and Arab League
356. MANODIVERSA Bolivia
357. Kazakhstan
358. medical action group Philippines
359. MENA Rights Group Switzerland
360. Mental health and human rights info Norway
361. Mental Illness Awareness Support Association Malaysia
362. Mieli Finnish Mental Health Finland
363. GCC States
364. Migration Développement Sénégal
365. Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center (Center Prodh) Mexico
366. MINBYUN – Lawyers for a Democratic Society Republic of Korea
367. Minority Rights Group – Greece Greece
368. Minority Rights Group International United Kingdom
369. Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) Republic of Moldova
370. Monitor Social A.C. Venezuela
371. Monitoring Working Group of ESCR-Net, representing 39 civil society organisations (full list here Global
372. Movimiento Autónomo de Mujeres (MAM) Nicaragua
373. Muritanie Min Nejejitta United States
374. Musawah Global
375. National Coalition for the Implementation of the UN-Convention on the Rights of the Child in Austria Austria
376. National Coalition Germany – Network for the Implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child Germany
377. National Secular Society United Kingdom
378. National Youth Council Austria (Bundes Jugend Vertretung) Austria
379. Natural Resource Women Platform Liberia
380. Nederlands Juristen Comité voor de Mensenrechten (NJCM) The Netherlands
381. Netherlands Helsinki Committee The Netherlands
383. NGO Coalition on Child Rights (NGO CCR) Malawi
384. NGO Platform for Human Rights Switzerland Switzerland
385. Noor Jung Shah Nepal
386. Nuremberg Human Rights Centre Germany
387. Observatori DESC Spain
388. Observatorio del Sur OBSUR Uruguay
389. Odhikar Bangladesh
390. ODRI Intersectional rights Perú
391. Ombudsman for Children Croatia
392. ONG Centro de Fomento a las Iniciativas Economicas (FIE) Bolivia
396. Open Doors International United Kingdom
397. ORE Organización de Apoyo Legal y Social Bolivia
398. organisation contre la torture etunisie Tunisia
399. OutRight Action International United States
400. Oxfam GB Rwanda
401. Pacific Women’s Watch New Zealand
402. Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum Pakistan
403. Peace Movement Aotearoa New Zealand
404. People for Successful COrean REunification South Korea
405. People’s Plan Study Group Japan
406. PF “Legal Policy Research Centre” Kazakhstan
407. PF “Wings of Liberty” (Erkindik Qanaty in KZ) Kazakhstan
408. Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA) Philippines
409. Pink human rights denfeder NGO Armenia
410. Pioneer Filipino Transgender men Movement Philippines
411. Pirurvik Preschool Canada
412. Plan International Switzerland
413. Ponimanie Belarus
414. Portugal Unicef National Committee Portugal
415. Positive Discipline in Everyday Life Canada
416. Prison Fellowship- Liberia Liberia
418. Promo LEX Association Republic of Moldova
419. Protection International Mesoamérica Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua
420. Public Association “Dignity” Kazahkstan
421. Public foundation “Ar.Rukh.Khak” Kazakhstan
422. Public Foundation Notabene Tajikistan
423. Public İnitiatives Center Azerbaijan
424. Public Verdict Foundation Russia
425. Rafto Foundation for Human Rights Norway
426. RCS – Red de Coalciones Sur, por los derechos de la niñez y la adolescencia de Latinoamerica. Latinoamerica
427. Real World, Real People NGO Armenia
428. Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos (RIDH) Global
429. Red Para la Infancia y la Adolescencia de El Salvador (RIA) El Salvador
430. REDE DA CRIANÇA Mozambique
431. REDHNNA, Red por los Derechos Humanos de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes Venezuela
432. Reference-Haiti Haiti
433. Refugee Rights Europe Europe-wide
434. Refugees Welcome, Denmark Denmark
435. Remte Bolivia
436. Réseau International des Droits Humains RIDH Switzerland
437. RFSL (The Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Rights) Sweden
438. Rick Hansen Foundation Canada
439. Right to Education Initiative United Kingdom
440. ROA/PRODAMC Mauritanie
441. Rural People’s Sangam India
442. Salam for Democracy and Human Rights Bahrain
443. SAPI Switzerland
444. Save the Children Global
445. SCARJoV – Associação de Reintegração dos Jovens/Crianças na Vida Social Angola
446. Secretariat of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Ukraine
447. Service droit des jeunes de Bruxelles Belgique
448. Servicio Social Pasionista – SSPAS El Salvador
449. Sexual Rights Initiative Global
450. SIPAE – Sistema de Investigación de la Problemática Agraria del Ecuador Ecuador
451. Sir Ian Hassall New Zealand
452. Sisters’ Arab Forum for Human Rights (SAF) Egypt
453. Social Justice Women South Africa
454. Sociedad Hominis Iura (SOHI) Venezuela
455. Society for Abolishing the Family Registration System and Discriminations against Children Born out of Wedlock Japan
456. SOHRAM-CASRA – Centre Action Sociale Réhabilitation et Réadaptation pour les Victimes de la Torture, de la guerre et de la violence Türkiye
457. Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan Japan
458. SOPROP République Dém. du Congo
459. SOS Children’s Villages International Austria
460. SOS Children’s Villages Somalia
461. SOS Racisme Danmark Denmark
464. Sri Lanka Nature Group Sri Lanka
465. Stichting NNID The Netherlands
466. Stiftelsen Allmänna Barnhuset Sverige
467. Swedish OSCE-network signs Sweden
468. Swiss Peace Council / Schweizerischer Friedensrat, Zürich Switzerland
469. Synergie des Femmes pour les victimes de violences sexuelles (SFVS) République Démocratique du Congo
470. TAPOL United Kingdom
471. Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) Philippines
472. Te Ngākau Kahukura New Zealand
473. TEDIC Paraguay
474. The Advocates for Human Rights United States
475. The Association of the Survivors of Makobola Massacres ( ARMMK) Massacres ( ARMMK) République Dém. du Congo
476. The Barys Zvoskau Belarusian human rights house Lithuania
477. The Canada OPCAT Project Canada
478. The Consortium for Street Children United Kingdom
479. The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver Canada
480. The Feminist Association Unioni Finland
481. The Finnish Association of the Deaf Finland
482. The Organization to Support the Lawsuits for Freedom of Education in Tokyo Japan
483. The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel Israel
484. Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy India
485. Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights) United Kingdom
486. Transforming Communities for Inclusion of persons with psychosocial disabilities Asia Pacific (TCI Asia Pacific) Regional organization- Asia Pacific region
487. Transgender Europe (TGEU) Germany
488. Transvanilla Transgender Association Hungary
489. Trasek ry Finland
490. TRIAL International Switzerland
491. Tusaidiane Disabilities Resources and Charity Organization of Tanzania (TDRCT) Tanzania
492. Unang Hakbang Foundation Inc. Philippines
493. UNDER THE SAME SUN Tanzania
494. Unidad de Defensa Jurídica (UDJ) Nicaragua
495. Unión Nacional de Instituciones para el Trabajo de Acción Social, UNITAS Bolivia
496. Union Women Center Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
497. United Belize Advocacy Movement Belize
498. United for Iran United States
499. Urgenda The Netherlands
500. Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights United States
501. Uthema Maldives
502. Validity Foundation – Mental Disability Advocacy Centre Global
503. Vigilance for Democracy and the Civic State Tunisia
504. VIS-Volontariato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo Italy
505. Voces Ciudadanas Perú
506. War Child Holland Sri Lanka
507. Women Against Rape Inc. Antigua
508. Women and Modern World Social Charitable Center Azerbaijan
509. Women Rights Monitoring Groups of Human Rights Center of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
510. Women’s Fund for Peace and Human Rights Japan
511. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Global Switzerland
512. Women’s Link Worldwide Spain and Colombia
513. Women’s Refugee Commission Global
514. Women’s All Points Bulletin, WAPB United States
515. World Evangelical Alliance Switzerland
516. World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) Switzerland
517. World Uyghur Congress Allemagne
518. Yemeni NGOs Coalition For Child Rights Care Yemen
519. Yes the National Network for Mental Health Canada
520. ZMINA Human Rights Center Ukraine
521. Коалиция НПО Казахстана против пыток Kazakhstan
522. Общественное объединение “Кадыр-касиет”/Public association “Dignity” Kazakhstan


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