“Advancing freedoms together” Arne Nøst, 2018. Copyright HRHF.

HRHF Annual Report 2018/19

Discover how Human Rights House Foundation protected and advanced the rights of human rights defenders, strengthened independent civil society, and supported a strong, active network of Human Rights Houses.

Download our annual report 2018/19

 

Our story

We share our successes influencing the human rights agenda and in protecting, empowering, and supporting human rights defenders together with the network of Human Rights Houses.

Pushing for civil society space nationally and within international institutions, we press States on their human rights obligations and work to bring international standards home. 

With stories of our successes and our impact, we hope to inform and enlighten, energise and increase opportunities for cooperation, and trigger debate and inspire ideas.

HRHF annual report 2018 cover

 

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


Top photo: “Advancing freedoms together” by Arne Nøst, 2018. Copyright HRHF.

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