Protecting Human Rights around the World
ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENCE
The main purpose for which the organization was established is to promote and defend human rights as stipulated in the Universal Declaration Human Rights and in the Charter of the United Nations.
To be an advocate for the affirmation of human rights throughout the planet, and for the realisation of world peace and justice by non-violent means; To remove all forms of exclusion from the human right to life, liberty and social justice, and to protect the population of the world from any violation and abuse of their sacred human rights, regardless of race, social status, health, gender, citizenship or religion.
Our officers are duly empowered to pursue, investigate and bring to justice offenders of human rights through its international policing powers in collaboration with its international affiliation with other law enforcement agencies.
The Organization for Human Rights Defence is an association based on humanitarian ideals. It is apolitical, with a status of not-for-profit and is interdependent without partiality to institution, religion or any other affiliation. The organisation exists on the basis of the free will of its members to associate (UDHR Article 20), in order to promote the civic values of democracy and partnership, between public authorities and persons governed by private law with no patrimonial purpose, developing the basis for understanding and embracing the ideals and objectives of the need to promote and defend human rights.
The Commission for Human Rights Defence also known as The Office of the UN High Commission for Human Rights.
Abbreviations: OHCHR, HCDH
The Commission is a secretariat department of the United Nations that works to promote and protect the human rights that are guaranteed under International law.
The Economic and Social Council is at the heart of the United Nations system to advance the three dimensions of sustainable development – economic, social and environmental. It is the central platform for fostering debate and innovative thinking, forging consensus on ways forward, and coordinating efforts to achieve internationally agreed goals. It is also responsible for the follow-up to major UN conferences and summits.
The UN Charter established ECOSOC in 1945 as one of the six main organs of the United Nations.
International Police Association
The worldwide IPA is a growing and outward looking organisation. It is an NGO in Consultative (Special) Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations; in Consultative Status with the Council of Europe, the Organisation of American States and UNESCO; International NGO maintaining operational relations within EUROPOL.
The global reach of The International Police Association will provide a significant resource in the realisation of promoting the “service through friendship” motto through mutual trust and co-operation amongst serving and retired law enforcement Officers throughout the world, enabling the development of social, cultural and professional links free of any discrimination of, rank, sex, race, colour, language or religion.
OADO Press: Legal information
OADO publishes its own magazine called “Monitorul” authorised by civil judgment No. 167511.06.1990 District Court Bucharest). The Monitor of Human Rights Defence: ISBN 1582-0726.).
Organizația pentru Apărarea Drepturilor Omului
Organization for Human Rights Defence - OADO
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A member of the wider International Community of the United Nations, specialising in Humanitarian Law, Enforcement, and Policing Organisations, actively operating in the United Nations Member States.
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