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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September 20, 2018

Documenting first-hand the human rights situation in Crimea

“The level of political repressions unleashed in Crimea in 2014 has not decreased, though the forms and types of pressure and persecution have changed,” reported Tatsiana Reviaka, member of the human rights monitoring mission to the peninsula.

September 20, 2018

Candidates to the Human Rights Council must be fit for membership

UNGA73: Member States of the UN should refrain from voting for candidates to the Human Rights Council that are unfit for membership