AACC Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights
26 May - 2 June 1984, Harare (Zimbabwe), within the framework of All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC). Apparently ceased to exist.
Act as a reference point within AACC on human and peoples' rights and on international affairs, advising AACC on these matters; promote and protect human and peoples' rights; monitor implementation of such rights; assist and encourage member AACC member Churches and organizations to promote and protect these rights.Available with paid subscription only.
Collects documents; undertakes studies and research; disseminates information; organizes seminars, symposia and conferences; provides advisory service; assists persons whose rights have been violated.
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