human rights agenda

We are an independent non-profit organization that defends human rights in Yemen by building collaboration within the human rights groups and civil society space. We build the capabilities of organizations and workers on human rights. We document Human rights violations, and use advocacy to raise voices of victims. We support victims, victim groups and vulnerable groups and encourage their empowerment and representation in key human rights-related conversations. Human Rights Agenda is a catalyst that works in partnership with community-level, national, and international civil society to amplify our collective impact and realize the enjoyment of human rights for all.

human rights agenda

Universal periodic review

Universal periodic review Submission Date : October 24, 2023 Fourth cycle, forty-sixth session : April – May 2024 Download the version PDF The universal periodic review (UPR) is a unique UN mechanism, through which the human rights situation of each member state is reviewed once every four and a half years. The review process primarily […]

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The Yemeni Government Failed to respect, protect and fulfill Human Rights

A joint UPR submission by coalition of Yemeni human rights organizations The Yemeni Government Failed to respect, protect and fulfill Human Rights October 15, 2023 Human Rights Agenda, the Association of Mothers of Abductees, Accountability for Human Rights, and Dameer for Rights and Freedoms jointly submitted a submission to the “Universal Periodic Review” Committee of

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