The International Observatory of Human Rights was established in London as an independent non-profit and non-governmental organisation.

we exposes and investigates human rights violations in order to defend the dignity of people stripped of their rights including unjustly jailed journalists, human rights defenders, refugees and victims of oppression. 
 

Website: https://observatoryihr.org/ 

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In 1993, the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) was granted an advisory status at the United Nations Economic and Social Council. This enables the different sections of STP International to submit written and oral statements concerning various human rights issues to the Human Rights Council in Geneva. In these statements, we address the situation of minorities in the countries that will be discussed during the meetings. Thus, for example, we have already provided the Human Rights Council with several reports dealing with slavery in Mauritania.

Website      https://www.gfbv.de/en/about-us/our-work-at-the-un/ 

The Assembly of Representatives and the Committee of Armenians reflects the broadest principles of tolerance and respect for everyone. They consider that any attack on the freedom of others, any attitude of xenophobia, or racism in any form, bigotry and denialism are contrary to the values and aspirations of the founders.

 

Website               https://armencom.be/fr/

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The Kurdish Institute sets up campaigns on human and people's rights in Kurdistan, Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran (our region of operation) and on superdiversity. It seeks cultural diversity and support for diaspora communities that could not freely experience their culture in their country of origin.

Website: http://www.kurdishinstitute.be/

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The International Council for Diplomacy and Dialogue (ICDD) has been formed to express the needs of the “people” in the midst of crises. Composed of analysts, activists, diplomats, scientists, scholars, journalists, and educators, our organization is committed to facilitating negotiations between political rivals, serving as an unofficial conduit where official contact is impossible, and participating in international forums. ICDD administers symposia and meetings, consults on political issues, generates agendas for dealing with complex issues, and brings together the most unlikely partners. Officially recognized by the European Union, the United Nations, and UNESCO, our organization is working with representatives of civil society in many states around the globe. Our principles and commitments speak to the pursuit of peace, human rights, social justice, economic equality, and saving the environment. In cooperation with you, ICDD hopes to make the world a better place, and it strongly believes that it is possible.

Website:  https://www.icdd.info/

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Islamic Theology of Counter Terrorism (ITCT) is a UK-based Counter Islamist Terrorism think tank. ITCT is a non-political and non-profitable organisation. There is not a single organisation that specifically counters the narratives of Islamist terrorism by using the tools of Islamic Theology. Our aim is not only to counter the menace of Islamist Terrorism but also to educate misguided Muslims who are leaning towards Islamist extremism.

 

Website: https://itct.org.uk

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IMPAC is an international not-for-profit NGO which aims to promote peaceful coexistence between people who, despite their differences, wish to build cultural bridges and share a common future. Based in Brussels, IMPAC has a particular interest in the Middle East.

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ECPCR’s mission is Identify and develop new practical conflict resolution skills, supplanting less successful ways of dealing with disputes. It works in partnership with NGOs, communities, governments, universities and businesses around the world to facilitate conflict management through institutional reforms and capacity building, with the goal of nation-building.

Website: https://www.europeancenter.net/

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Aiming to  promote the visibility of this ancient community coming from the East and to raise awareness among the public about issues related to the Assyrians in Belgium, where more than twenty thousand of them have found refuge, or in their homeland, marked by wars and discrimination.

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The CIESSM is an independent research institution with an associative vocation and recognised as being of public utility. It aims to contribute to the democratisation of the security and military institutions, improve stability and respect for human rights. Leadership comprises  senior executives in the field of training in different disciplines, namely: military, security, legal, sociological and economic.

Website: https://ciessm.org/

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