Human Rights House Foundation

Norway - Oslo

Organisations

FoodFirst Information and Action Network (FIAN)

Phone & Fax:
 +47 901 38 264

Address:
Kirkegata 5, 0153 Oslo, Norway

FIAN is an international membership based organisation. FIAN uses various working tools to achieve the realization of the right to adquate food. In close co-operation with the affected communities, FIAN persistently approaches the responsible authorities and identifies breaches of right to food obligations. »

Health and Human Rights Info

Phone & Fax:
 +47 22 47 92 00
 +47 22 47 92 01

Address:
Kirkegata 5, 0153 Oslo, Norway

Health and Human Rights Info (HHRI) has been established to provide practical information and material on mental health and human rights violations more available. HHRI gives you free access to organisations, publications, guidelines and manuals regarding the effects of human rights violations on mental health in the contexts of violence, conflict and disaster on individual and community level. »

Human Rights House Foundation

Phone & Fax:
 +47 46 84 88 50
 +47 22 41 60 76

Address:
Kirkegata 5, 0153 Oslo, Norway

The Human Rights House Foundation (HRHF) is a non-governmental organization established in 1989 and located at the Norwegian Human Rights House in Oslo and in Geneva, Switzerland. It is the Secretariat of the Human Rights House Network (HRHN). »

Kvinnefronten

Phone & Fax:
 95798114 (tirs og fredag)

Street address:
Kirkegata 5, Oslo

Postal address:
Kirkegata 5, 0153 Oslo

The Norwegian Burma Committee

Phone & Fax:
 +47 22 47 92 37
 +47 22 47 92 01

Postal address:
Kirkegata 5, 0153 Oslo, Norway

The Norwegian Burma Committee (NBC) is a Norwegian NGO working only on Burma. NBC focuses both on information and advocacy work in Norway and development work on the border to and inside Burma. »

Voice of Tibet

Phone & Fax:
 (+47) 22 11 12 09

Postal address:
Kirkegata 5, 0153 Oslo, Norway

Voice of Tibet is as an independent radio station, starting its Tibetan language short wave radio service on May 14th 1996. It was founded by three Norwegian NGOs; The Norwegian Human Rights House, The Norwegian Tibet Committee and Worldview Rights. »

Norway - Bergen

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