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15 July 2019 Strengthening Civil Society

Ukrainian Representatives Visit NHC to Discuss Effective Government-Civil Society Partnerships

Transitional Justice in (Post) Conflict Situations: Civil Society Seminar Takes Place in The Hague

In June the NHC and GRE hosted a civil society seminar on transitional justice with a focus on the Ukraine conflict.

Defending Human Rights in Turkey: Şeyhmus Gökalp

Şeyhmus Gökalp is a doctor targeted for opposing the violence of the Turkish army. Solidarity for him and others who defend rights in Turkey must stay persistent.

Defending Human Rights in Turkey: Füsun Üstel

Füsun Üstel a respected professor, now retired, is the first of the Academics for Peace to be imprisoned. Her crime: condemning human rights violations and calling for peace. Read her story here.

EVENT: Panel Discussion on Media and Minorities Taking Place 20 May

On 20 May the panel discussion Fostering Mutual Understanding in Diverse Societies: The Importance of Inclusive Media in Preventing Conflicts takes place in The Hague.

Defending Human Rights in Turkey: Pelin Ünker

Pelin Ünker is an award winning journalist targeted for her coverage of tax evasion schemes of Turkey’s political and business elite. Solidarity for her and other journalists must remain.

What If You Did Not Have the Right to Vote in the EU?

The NHC co-organised A Privilege Free Day on 14 April in The Hague. The event focused, amongst others, on the importance of voting in the upcoming European Parliament elections.

Come to The Hague Freedom Weeks: A Privilege Free Day on 14 April

In celebration of the upcoming Dutch Liberation Day, the NHC will be hosting an event on Sunday 14 April as part of The Hague Freedom Weeks. Come and experience just how much freedom you enjoy.

Defending Human Rights in Turkey: Can Atalay and Yiğit Aksakoğlu

Along with 14 others, human rights defenders Atalay and Aksakoğlu are accused of attempting to overthrow the government in Turkey. The trumped up charges against them must be dropped.

Looking to the future: NHC Strategy 2019-2022

NHC Strategy 2019-2022 will serve as the foundation from which the organisation will contribute to realising human rights for all.