Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network

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The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network is a "network of more than 80 human rights organisations, institutions and individuals based in 30 countries in the Euro-Mediterranean region,

"Established in 1997 in response to the Barcelona Declaration and the establishment of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership". [1]

"The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network is founded during a meeting at the Danish Institute for Human Rights [1] in Copenhagen by a group of human rights activists from the North and the South of the Mediterranean...

"Then the Danish Centre for Human Rights. Initiators were Morten Kjaerum and Said Essoulami. Participants were from the Arab Human Rights Institute; Danish Centre for Human Rights; Dutch Refugee Council; Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights; European Council on Refugees and Exiles; Euro-Mediterranean Institute for Migration and Asylum; French Human Rights League; Greek Committee for International Democratic Solidarity; Al Haq; Italian Helsinki Committee; Human Rights Centre Essex; Moroccan Human Rights Organisation; Aabo Akademi; Ms Saeda Kilani, Mr Saad Djebbar." [2]

Funding

"The EMHRN received funds from among others: [3]

Executive Committee

Accessed October 2007: [4]

Current Working Group on Palestine/Israel and Palestinians

Accessed October 2007: [5]

Contact

Web: http://www.euromedrights.net

Resources and articles

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References

  1. Who We Are, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, accessed October 9, 2007.
  2. History, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, accessed October 9, 2007.
  3. How we are funded, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, accessed October 9, 2007.
  4. Executive Committee, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, accessed October 9, 2007.
  5. Working Group on Palestine/Israel and Palestinians, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, accessed October 9, 2007.