The Czech Helsinki Committee is a non-governmental non-profit organization for human rights. It has operated in Czechoslovakia since 1988 and in the Czech Republic since 1993. It was founded as one of the first "Helsinki" organizations outside of the USSR, and is the first formalized human rights NGO in the country.
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The main mission of the Czech Helsinki Committee consists primarily in the following: Monitoring legislative activities concerning human and citizen rights. Presenting experts opinions on bills and presenting alternative proposals, provided that they are related to protection of human and citizen rights. Monitoring the state of human rights in the Czech Republic with special emphasis on selected areas. Regular preparation of reports on the state of human rights in the Czech Republic. Monitoring the situation of those groups of population, in whose case protection of rights requires special attention. Free legal counselling for citizens, whose human rights were violated. Litigation.
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