[Event] CSOs and CHR Consultation on the Universal Periodic Review

                        

CSOs and CHR Consultation on the Universal Periodic Review

Date:  November 8, 2011
Time:  9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Venue:  CHR Multi Purpose Hall
3rd Floor, CHR Office

The submission of the stakeholders (including CSOs and NHRIs) report to the 2nd cycle of the Universal periodic Review (UPR) is fast approaching, Nov. 28, 2011. The Commission on Human Rights thru the Office of GovLink and PAHRA-Philrights who are spearheading a joint submission for several CSOs deemed that a consultation would be  important to:

1.     To revisit the significance of the UPR in HR promotion and protection

2.     To review UPR Guidelines for the 2nd cycle and respective roles of NHRIs and CSOs

3.     To present the CHR and CSO independent submissions

4.     To identify issues of common concerns and unique findings on the implementation of recommendations by government

5.     To strategize and optimize the respective roles of NHRIs and CSOs and lobby work  in ensuring more meaningful recommendations to the Philippine government for the promotion, protection and fulfilment of human rights of all Filipinos

RSVP:  Rose 0906-553-1792
Bernie 0927-424-1551

Thanks
Rose Trajano
Acting Secretary General
Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA)
53-B Maliksi St. Bgy. Pinyahan
Quezon City, Philippines (1100)
Tel/fax (632) 436-26-33
Mobile : 0906-553-1792
E-mail:  pahra@philippinehumanrights.org
pahracampaigns@gmail.com
Fb account: philippinehumanrights

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