The Human Rights Monitor (HRM) is an independent, international non-profit project promoting human rights through documentation and advocacy. HRM is based in the European Union and active since 2022. We are achieving our vision by documenting violations; researching institutional, social and political contexts that affect rights protection and peace; and sharing the conclusions of evidence-based monitoring work.
Our team members are based in and outside the European Union. Locally, in the contexts we monitor, we are collaborating closely with civil society organisations, churches, lawyers, human rights defenders, and journalists to verify information. Internationally, we partner with organisations such as the World Council of Churches on individual conflict and human rights situations. HRM works with international human rights mechanisms such as the United Nations Human Rights Council for the promotion of rights.
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