International Institute for Human Rights, Environment and Development (INHURED International)
1987, a Human Rights Information and Documentation Service (HURIDS) having existed previously. In 1990, name changed to Institute for Human Rights, Environment and Development (INHURED). Current name adopted 1991.
Advance: human and peoples' rights; genuine and participatory democracy; environmental conservation; people-centred development. Monitor policies and programmes of international financial and trade institutions, including opposing destructive mega-dams and promoting international instruments on human rights, environment and development; help establish and strengthen national and regional human rights instruments and mechanisms in Asia-Pacific; provide advocacy for women, children, refugees, racial discrimination such as untouchability and indigenous peoples.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). International Executive Committee. Board of Directors. Advisory Council, comprising 15 members. International Secretariat, headed by Executive Director. National Committees; Regional Representatives; Local Affiliates and Networks.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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