INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
A concrete help for the right causes
To evolve deepened understanding regarding the challenges and opportunities of engaging gender, youth and minorities in religious and traditional peacemaking that effectively link to broader peace mediation and -building processes.
To ensure consistent consultations with and among gender, youth, minorities and (in collaboration with) Network Members that contribute directly to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and refinements of all processes and actions related to Network activities.
To advance advocacy initiatives with the Inter-agency on Youth, Peace and Security and the NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security and Network members. Networking Broadened & Deepened
Who are we?
International Initiative Organization For Human Right – IIOHR is a network of non-governmental organizations from all regions of the world, who share a deep concern for Peace-building, Security and Human Rights in Modern World.
International Initiative Organization For Human Right Make visible the way of peace. Increase awareness of the presence of peace-minded individuals and groups in the US and globally, and support their endeavors.
We Facilitate communities, common purpose, and cooperative action among diverse peace-oriented groups. Drawn from the peace traditions of many faiths and from secular movements promoting peace.
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PAST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:
The last 2018 International Conference was held in Athens, Greece in June 2018. The conference explored a range of critical issues concerning Greece’s economic and political situation.
The 2015 International Conference was held in The Hague, The Netherlands in May 2015. The conference explored how The Hague’s approach to international justice and peace impacts national debates on human rights issues in the Netherlands and throughout the Western world.
The 2014 International Conference was held in Sønderborg, Denmark in June 2014. The conference featured keynotes, workshops and discussions led by experts, activists and Humanity in Action Senior Fellows who provided Danish, German and international perspectives on the theme of borders and minority populations in border regions.
The 2013 International Conference was held in Warsaw in June 2013. The conference included site visits in Warsaw that explored past and present Poland, as well as an optional visit to the Treblinka memorial site.
The 2012 International Conference was held in Sarajevo in, 2012. The conference included site visits to Potočari, the memorial site for the Srebrenica massacres, to Mostar and to the front lines of the siege of Sarajevo.
The 2011 International Conference, “Towards More Just Societies: Learning from History,” was held in Berlin at the Bertelsmann Foundation from July 2011.
The 2010 International Conference, “Perspectives and Visions: Diversity and Human Rights,” was held in Amsterdam at the Felix Meritis Foundation from 2010.