Human Rights House Foundation (HRHF) believes that it is crucial for our work that we are independent and impartial, and that we are accountable to our values.
HRHF is an independent, international not-for-profit human rights organisation registered in Norway.
HRHF’s governance structure serves to guarantee our independence, impartiality, and accountability. It ensures we deliver on our mandate and adapt to shifting environments to better meet human rights challenges.
Read more about our governance.
Policies and whistleblowing
Code of Conduct
Our Code of Conduct sets out the professional standards of the Human Rights House Foundations as well as organisations in Human Rights Houses (HRHs). It guides us in the performance of our professional responsibilities and the achievement of our common goal, which is to promote and strive for the protection and realisation of human rights and fundamental freedoms, as set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Read our Code of Conduct.
Whistleblowing and Anti-corruption
HRHF has a zero-tolerance policy towards fraud, corruption, abuse and unacceptable behaviour. We encourage our employees, partners, other organisations or persons to report any conduct in HRHF’s operations they regard as unethical, illegal, a waste of resources, or in violation of professional standards.
Read our policy and routines for whistleblowing to prevent fraud, corruption, abuse and unacceptable behaviour.
Read our anti-corruption policy.
HRHF is committed to protecting your data and privacy.
Reports & finances
Latest annual report
Find out about how Human Rights House Foundation met the human rights challenges of the year in our region in close partnership with the network of Human Rights Houses.
Latest annual accounts
For more information about HRHF’s annual accounts, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer our sincere thanks for the generous financial support that we received from donors such as the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czech Republic, the Swiss Federal Department for Foreign Affairs, the European Union, Foreign Commonwealth & Development office of the United Kingdom, the Principality of Liechtenstein, the Nordic Council, and ERIM.
We continue to seek new partnerships to strengthen our capacity to advance human rights through empowering human rights defenders and strengthening independent civil society.