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International Council for Human Rights is one of the world's leading independent organizations dedicated to defending and protecting human rights. By focusing international attention where human rights are violated, we give voice to the oppressed and hold oppressors accountable for their crimes.
Our rigorous, objective investigations and strategic, targeted advocacy build intense pressure for action and raise the cost of human rights abuse International Council for Human Rights , Arbitration , Politics , Strategic Studies has worked tenaciously to lay the legal and moral groundwork for deep-rooted change and has fought to bring greater justice and security to people around the world.

Peace and security
Violent conflict poses one of the greatest threats to human development, destroying lives and undermining efforts to eradicate poverty.
At the same time, we also recognize that violence is not the inevitable consequence of all conflict, and if handled well, conflicts that arise between different groups in society can lead to positive changes in structures and systems, and build positive peace.
Drawing upon the experience of Area Development Programmers around the world, our peace and conflict advocacy work seeks to influence governments and international decision-makers, to help secure peaceful resolution to violent conflicts, and to ensure that conflicts do not become violent.
We also aim to inform our supporters and the world public about key issues and possible or ongoing conflicts.
We have a particular responsibility to do this, because often we are working with those directly affected by violence or oppression. This also means that we can provide information that governments and the public would otherwise be unaware of. In order to ensure that our advocacy work is relevant and effective to those countries affected by violent conflict, World ICHAPS work closely with fellow staff in affected countries, to promote peace.
We are dedicated to enhancing the effectiveness of philanthropy working to promote international peace and security. We maintain an informed, engaged and collegial community of funders, whose numbers and investments in the field are steadily increasing, working effectively on a broad range of issues from eliminating and limiting the spread of biological and nuclear weapons, to preventing and resolving violent conflict, to enhancing the capability of cooperative international efforts and institutions to provide international human security.
. To provide ICHAPS members with opportunities for education on issues and for sharing information, innovative ideas and best practices.
. To foster the development of effective grant making strategies and collaboration on shared peace and security issues to achieve positive results.
. To increase the involvement and investment in peace and security work of current ICHAPS members and to encourage new and other existing funders to be active in the field and to join ICHAPS.
Mission Statement:

International Council for Human Rights to protecting the human rights of people around the world.
We stand with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct in wartime, and to bring offenders to justice.
We investigate and expose human rights violations and hold abusers accountable.
We challenge governments and those who hold power to end abusive practices and respect international human rights law.
We enlist the public and the international
We fight for equality and for freedom of thought, expression, and religion;
We support people who struggle to promote these principles within their own societies;
We work to hold accountable under the law those who violate these principles;
We strive to ensure the security of individuals and to protect against the arbitrary exercise of state power;
We confront human rights challenges with strategic responses that do not compromise our integrity;
We are committed to building a global movement of people who share these principles. Within our organization we value learning, mutual respect, collaboration, and a diversity of viewpoints.
We set ambitious goals, achieve measurable results, and make a difference in people's lives.

Economic and Social:
Intellectual Property
International Law
International Security
Least Developed Countries
Media
Migration
Minority Rights
New Global Institutions
Outer Space
Peace and Security
Population
Private Sector
Refugees
Religion
De-mining
Debt Relief
Decolonization
Development
Economics and Finance
Education
Justice
Law of the Sea and Antarctica
Financing for Development
Human Rights
Humanitarian Affairs
Indigenous Peoples
Industrial Development
Information
Sports for Peace and Development
Statistics
Sustainable Development
Taxation Policy
Technical Cooperation
Trade and Development
United Nations Funding
United Nations Reform
Values
Volunteerism
Water
Women
Women/gender Equality
Youth
Aging
Agriculture
Atomic Energy
Biodiversity
Business and Industry
Children
Citizenship and Governance
Climate Change
Coorporate Accountability
Crime Prevention
Criminal Justice
Safety
Science and Technology
Social Development
Culture

Financing for Development:
International Cooperation in Tax Matters
International Trade as an engine for development
Mobilizing international resources for development


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