Annual Report 2017/18

Time and again in 2017 we saw how resilient, creative, and adaptable human rights defenders can be in the face of repression.

Discover the human rights trends and challenges we faced, explore our successes and see our impact, and gain insight into our strategies and ambitions for the future.

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Our annual report shows the actions taken by Human Rights House Foundation (HRHF) and the network of Human Rights Houses. It explores how the vibrant communities and partnerships we have helped to build for decades – Human Rights Houses – showed the strength of their potential. Together, we were visible and we increased our cooperation, in advocacy, in capacity building, and in protection, setting the stage to meet the challenges we face.

Looking to the long term, we took ownership in our response to worrying trends. We reached out to new and existing partners to build coalitions, and laid the foundations for engagement in our joint case studies, reports, and events.

We hope these stories inform and enlighten, energise and increase opportunities for cooperation, and trigger debate and inspire ideas.

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To request a print version of the report, please contact communication@humanrightshouse.org

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July 16, 2019

HRC41: Joint NGO end of session statement

Some 16 human rights organisations, including Human Rights House Foundation, issued a joint statement on 12 July 2019, responding to the outcomes of the 41st session of the UN Human Rights Council.

July 11, 2019

HRC41: Concern about recent handling of protests in Georgia

On 11 July 2019, Human Rights House Foundation delivered a statement at the Human Rights Council expressing concern at the recent handling of peaceful protests in Georgia.

July 10, 2019

HRC41: Freedom of Expression in Crimea

In a statement to the UN Human Rights Council (HRC41) on 10 July 2019, HRHF focused on freedom expression in Crimea which has deteriorated since the beginning of the Russian occupation of the peninsula.