MISSION

The GNCHR is the independent advisory body to the State specialised in human rights issues.

It has been established and is functioning in accordance with the UN Paris Principles.

FINANCIAL CRISIS

Statement of the Greek National Commission for Human Rights (GNCHR) on the impact of the continuing austerity measures on human rights (15.7.2015)

Open letter of the President of the European Network of National Human Rights Institutions, Mr. Alan Miller, to the President of the European Commission, Mr. José Manuel Barroso and the President of the European Central Bank Mr. Mario Draghi (16.01.2014)

Austerity measures v. Human Rights and EU foundational values (Sophia Koukoulis-Spiliotopoulos)

The NCHR Recommendation and decisions of international bodies on the conformity of austerity measures to international human rights standards (2013)

NCHR Recommendation: On the imperative need to reverse the sharp decline in civil liberties and social rights (2011)

The need for constant respect of human rights during the implementation of the fiscal and social exit strategy from the debt crisis (2010)

The GNCHR

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Guidelines for Educators on Countering Intolerance

and Discrimination against Muslims: Addressing Islamophobia through Education

GNCHR ANNUAL REPORT

in Greek

 2015

 

 

  


 

 GNCHR ANNUAL REPORT 

English Summary

2014

 

  

 

  • GR
  • EN

  

Financial Crisis, Austerity Measures and Human Rights 

NCHR on Financial Crisis

International and European Institutions on the Crisis in Greece

 


  

 

Operational Platform for Roma Equality – OPRE  

COE-FRA-EQUINET-ENNHRI 

Evictions of Roma and Travellers in Europe – joint declaration by the Council of Europe, FRA, OSCE/BIDDH, OHCHR, ENNHRI and Equinet, partners of the “OPRE” platform (29.6.2016)

 


 

      

 NHRI Water Initiative, WaterLex

 

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