Campaigning for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights, Democracy, the Rule of Law and International Justice
- International Criminal Court cites Nigerian army and Boko Haram
- Cabinet affirms ICC withdrawal
- Side event on "Accountability and the Prospect of a Political Solution to the Conflict in Syria"
- Russian air strikes 'killed over 400 Syrian civilians'
- Republicans think being pro-family means forcing women to have babies
- Syrian Christian town becomes new frontline against IS
- Critics of Europe's open borders are 'exploiting the suffering of Paris', says Juncker in vow to save Schengen Zone
- Bangladesh executes two opposition leaders for 1971 war crimes
- Palestinian campus: 'A wall of fear has come down'
- Putin to meet Ayatollah Khamenei during Iran visit
25 Nov 2015 Side event on "Accountability and the Prospect of a Political Solution to the Conflict in Syria" Read More
24 Nov 2015 Gambia: NPWJ and NRPTT welcome proclamation of a ban on FGM by President Jammeh and urge the Parliament to adopt a specific legislation by the end of 2015 Read More
20 Nov 2015 International Day: World must protect Children's Rights Read More
18 Nov 2015 “Inside Syrian Regime Prisons: the Caesar Files” Exhibit Read More
No Peace Without Justice programs
The International Criminal Justice Program is NPWJ's original mandate since 1994 and promotes accountability for violations of fundamental individual rights through a more effective international criminal justice system for the prevention, deterrence and prosecution of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocideRead More
The overall objective of the Gender & Human Rights program is to foster the engagement of national governments, parliaments and activists to promote the adoption and enforcement of effective laws banning female genital mutilation and other traditional practices which challenge the promotion and protection of women and girls’ human rights, as well as to reinforce cooperation at regional and international levels.Read More
The overall objective of the MENA Democracy Program is to promote the development of political mechanisms of consultation that recognise non-governmental actors and civil society as a legitimate and necessary counterpart for dialogue with State institutions on issues of democratic reform, promotion of human rights, the Rule of Law, justice, reconciliation and accountability.Read More
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