(CSHRN) Civil Society And HR

civil society & human rights network

MISSION

Our mission is to establish a capable human rights movement through strengthening of rights based civil society and by promoting human rights values, monitoring the human rights situation and disseminating information and by influencing policies in order to reach a society based on democracy, rule of law in accordance with human rights for all male and female in Afghanistan.

vision

Our vision is a society based on democracy and the rule of law in accordance with human rights, and a society, where all people are aware of their rights and claim them through the rule of law. We understand the vision as follows: A society where the state regardless of gender, ethnicity, religion and social and political orientation provide equal opportunities for all, and where people are aware of their rights and claim them in safety and dignity.

objectives

We have identified five key result areas based on the rational that we need to establish, coordinate and strengthen the Network. Then we need to build the capacity necessary, to be recognized as a professional and capable network and partner that can attract qualified members and partners. We need to build public awareness on human rights and to advocate on important human rights issues to promote implementation.

Our latest news and events

Press Release by Civil Society and Human Rights Network (CSHRN) on Killing and Wounding of Protestors in Ghor Province.

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On May 9, 2020, security forces deliberately targeted protestors in Ghor province killing five and injuring seventeen. The demonstrators who rallied in the center of the province to protest the unfair distribution of aids were battered by police following a riot by protestors, according to findings and eyewitness accounts. This is the second incident as such in a month following the police excessive use of force to subdue demonstration in the Jaghori district of Ghazni province. The two similar incidents demonstrate either the government deliberately uses excessive force to control public protests or has no control over its security forces to tackle issues such as…

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Press Release by Civil Society and Human Rights Network (CSHRN) on Killing and Wounding of Protestors in Ghor Province.

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On May 9, 2020, security forces deliberately targeted protestors in Ghor province killing five and injuring seventeen. The demonstrators who rallied in the center of the province to protest the unfair distribution of aids were battered by police following a riot by protestors, according to findings and eyewitness accounts. This is the second incident as such in a month following the police excessive use of force to subdue demonstration in the Jaghori district of Ghazni province. The two similar incidents demonstrate either the government deliberately uses excessive force to control public protests or has no control over its security forces to tackle issues such as…

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CSHRN's Key Result Areas

CSHRN's Key Result Areas

Coordination

To expand the civil society and human rights network, to exchange practical information and experience among member Read more.......

Human Right Monitoring

Documentation, analysis and reporting on human rights violations and on the respect, protection and realisation of human Read more.......

Public Awareness

Empower the population to claim its rights in accordance with international standards and the Afghan Constitution, by enhancing Read more.......

Capacity Building

To develop abilities and skills (theory and practice) concerning civil society and human rights concepts.To increase the human rights Read more.......

Advocacy

To influence policy makers to pursue and to ensure implementation of human rights standards and rule of law in Afghanistan. Read more.......

our core team Members

Sayed Hussain
Anosh

Executive Director

Hassan Ali
Faiz

Research Director

Hazratkhan
Hoshmand

Admin & Finance Manager

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