Commission for the Defense of Human Rights in Central America
Commission de défense des droits humains en Amérique centrale
Comisión para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Centroamérica (CODEHUCA)
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1978-12-03 San José San José Costa Rica
3 Dec 1978, San José (Costa Rica).
Promote and defend human rights in Central America; coordinate and support national non-governmental human rights organizations within their respective countries; contribute to finding long-term solutions to societal and structural causes of systematic violations of human rights.
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General Assembly (annual). Executive Council, comprising representatives of 7 countries: President, Vice-President, General Coordinator, Secretary, Treasurer, Audit, Member. Areas (3): Promotion; Protection and Prevention; Administration. Departments: Legal, Denunciations and Solidarity; Communication and Press; Education; Documentation; Administration; Investigations; Central American Network of Information; Woman and other specific items.
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