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Domingo, 29 de Marzo de 2020

Organizaciones

Human Rights Commission

Ámbito

Nacional, Nueva Zelanda

TipoPaís de origen

Institución Pública Independiente Nueva Zelanda

Materia

Derecho, Social

Actividad

What the Commission does advocates for human rights inquires into infringements of human rights makes public statements on human rights and race relations promotes understanding of the human rights dimensions of the Treaty of Waitangi conducts human rights programmes, activities and education publishes guidelines and voluntary codes of practice receives and invites public representations on human rights brings proceedings and intervenes in court on human rights issues reports to the Prime Minister on how New Zealand complies with international human rights standards and legislation develops the national plan of action for human rights (the first plan was released as Mana ki te Tangata / the New Zealand Action Plan for Human Rights on 31 March 2005) provides a service to deal with enquiries and complaints about discrimination through the Office of Human Rights Proceedings offers legal representation at the Human Rights Review Tribunal.

Información

The Human Rights Commission was created to provide better protection of human rights in New Zealand. It works for a fair, safe and just society, where diversity is valued, human rights are respected, and everyone is able to live free from prejudice and unlawful discrimination.

The Human Rights Commission’s job is to:

advocate and promote respect for human rights in New Zealand
encourage harmonious relations between individuals and among the diverse groups in New Zealand lead, evaluate, monitor and advise on equal employment opportunities
provide information to the public about discrimination and to help resolve complaints about discrimination.

Datos de contacto

Level 3, 21 Queen Street, Auckland
PO Box 6751, Wellesley Street,
1141, Auckland, Nueva Zelanda
Teléfono:93090874 - Fax: 93773593
http://www.hrc.co.nz

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