INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

 

IOHR is an international nongovernmental organization, for the general public interest, non-profit, apolitical, which promotes and defends the rights and fundamental freedoms under the Universal Declaration.

IOHR fights for the improvement of family life, providing health protection, job, shelter and a clean environment according to international standards and fulfillment of the aspirations of human beings.

WE RELY ON THE FOLLOWING

 

-European Court of Human Rights established by part. ECHR in 1850;
-Council of Europe, based in Strasbourg founded on 4 May 1949;
-European Convention for. Protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms;
-International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 19 dec.1966;
-Protocol of January. 1967 in New York regarding asylum applications;
-Final Act of the Conference for. EU Security and Cooperation in Helsinki in 1975;
-1996 revised European Social Charter came into force in 1999;
-Court Civil / Civil Service (Civil Service Tribunal) established in 2004;
-Amsterdam Treaty on equal treatment between men. and women;
-The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT);
-European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on 18 March 2005.

About our organization

Our involvement

IOHR works with individuals, legal, ethnic communities, educational institutions and, churches, foundations, unions, federations, businesses, societies and other organizations in Romania, the EU and the world to be part as procedural active in their activities regarding the protection of human rights and experience exchange in all fields that are related to the purpose and vision of the Organization.

Our history

The name of the association is: ORGANIZATIA INTERNATIONALA A DREPTURILOR OMULUI (INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS), it can use short OIDO (IOHR) and was founded in 2009 in Constanta, being constituted by a float, to which were added other partners, signatories.

Become a Member

 

"Any person of at least 18 years of age, regardless of nationality, sex, religion or political or social affiliation, may become a member, if he accepts the statutory provisions, associate members (holders) supporting members and honorary members. Minors between 14-18 years may become supporting members, only with the written consent of the parents or legal representatives, who, after reading the statute, give their written consent to this effect."