Canadian Human Rights International Organization (CHRIO)
A not-for-profit organization, founded by and made up of professionals of law, social work, sociology, psychology, and criminology and human rights defenders.
- Monitors human rights abuses, defends and publicly promotes the defense of human rights; through education it searches to eliminate the violation of human rights at the individual and group levels
- Works to protect victims of human rights violations, to protect the defenders of human rights, to prevent violations and to brings the perpetrators of such violations before the justice
- Works so that the respect of women’s fundamental rights continues everywhere
- Works with international organizations so that the fundamental rights of children will not be vulnerable; their rights to health, education, having a family, to not go to war, to not be discriminated against because of their race, creed or origin or their migratory status.
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