ORGANISATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENCE
POLICING OF HUMAN RIGHTS
OADO was conferred an International Public Utility and received its Consultive Status to report and protect Human Rights within the Member States in July 2005 by the United Nations. OADO achieves Its global reach through acting as special liaison with Interpol, NATO and the International Police Association.
OADO has brought a relatively new concept to the International Law Enforcement Community and is the first of its kind to directly police Human Rights upholding the principles set out in the United Nations Universal Declaration on Human Rights as its template in observing, investigating, reporting and the enforcement of Human Rights around the world.
The objectives of the Organization for Human Rights Defence are to investigate, report, educate and to police and teach communities to recognise and identify their fundamental Human Rights, and to bring those who abuse Human Rights to justice.
OADO will create Projects and Plans of Action for the prevention and rehabilitation of Human Rights abuse around the world.
The Organization for Human Rights Defence is an IGO, enjoying consultive (special) status within the United Nations, ECOSOC and the Council of Europe. Having it’s centrally based headquarters in Romania and currently boasting 33 satellite offices situated around the world, OADO acts as special liaison to Interpol, N.A.T.O. Command, IPA and works in close proximity with other law enforcement and security agencies
Organizația pentru Apărarea Drepturilor Omului
Organization for Human Rights Defence - OADO
PO Box 79284
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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