The Institute of Human Rights is Estonia’s first and oldest independent organisation dealing systematically with the protection of human rights. The Institute was established on Human Rights Day, 10 December 1992.The initiator and first patron of the Institute was President Lennart Meri. (egam.eu)
The goal of the Institute of Human Rights is to collect, systematise, analyse and promote information about human rights, to increase public awareness about the field and to make proposals about how to better protect human rights in Estonia and elsewhere in the world. To achieve this, the Institute cooperates with NGOs, universities and governmental institutions. It also organises training courses and conferences, publishes articles and reports, and participates in international networks.
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