Human Rights Education project is a non-profit organization that encourages grassroots non-governmental organizations to participate in the movement for educating the public about human rights. Organizations do this simply and without cost by adopting a human rights quotation and adding it to their website, letterhead, and brochures. The website contains all necessary information; specialists are available online to assist you.
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Introduction

Background

The project in depth

Advisory board


International Advisory Board

Irfan Ajanovic, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Member of Parliament
Evi Fitriani, Indonesia, Professor, University of Indonesia
Colin Gonsalves, India, Director, India Centre for Human Rights and Law
Safija Ibrisimovic, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brcko Women for Peace
Virginia Leary, U.S./Switzerland, Consultant, UN
Todung Mulya Lubis, Indonesia, International Human Rights Lawyer
Boyd McKechnie, Ireland, and Marie Charle Reyes, Spain, OSCE Regional Office in Bosnia & Herzegovina
Dr. Jens Modvig, Denmark, Secretary-General, International Rehabilitation Center for Torture Victims
Michael Nagler, U.S., Peace and Conflict Studies Program, U. of California at Berkeley
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Argentina, Nobel Peace Laureate 1980
Dr. Sabina Popovic, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Director, Centre for Torture Victims
Sir Nigel Rodley, U.K., Member U.N. Human Rights Committee
Ermin Sarajlija, Bosnia & Herzegovina, UN Mission
Victoria Serra, Sweden, Jakarta Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
John Titaley, Indonesia, Rector, Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
Romo Adi Wardaya, Indonesia, Peace and Justice Commission
Laurie Wiseberg, Canada, U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Dr. Neshad Asllani, Kosovo, Director, Kosovo Center for Human Rights

(Organizations listed for identification purposes only)

 

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Project Human Rights Education is a project of The Fund for Peace, a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. The Fund for Peace works to prevent war and alleviate the conditions that cause war.