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هذه الصفحة لا تحتوي على ترجمة بعد

منتدى آسيا و المحيط الهادئ يعمل نحو ترجمة موقعه الإلكتروني الى اللغة العربية. لاحظنا اهتمامكم بالحصول على هذا المصدر باللغة العربية وقد تم التاشير عليه للترجمة. اذا كنتم بحاجة لهذا المصدر بشكل مسعجل وضروري لاغراض مهنية، نرجوا مراسلة سكرتاريا المنتدى لمناقشة طلبكم.


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National Human Rights Commission of Thailand Associate Member since 2016

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APF membership

The Commission was admitted as a full member of the APF in 2002 (7th Annual Meeting) and retained this status until 2016. It became an associate member in 2016 following an accreditation decision of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions.


The National Human Rights Commission of Thailand was established under the National Human Rights Commission Act (1999). It began operating in July 2001.

Role and functions

Under the Act, the Commission has the responsibility to:

  • Promote the respect for human rights at domestic and international levels
  • Examine and report the commission or omission of acts which violate human rights or which do not comply with obligations under the international human rights treaties to which Thailand is a party
  • Propose polices and amendments of laws, rules and regulations for the promotion and protection of human rights
  • Promote human rights education and research, including the dissemination of human rights information
  • Promote co-ordination and cooperation with governmental agencies, nongovernmental organisations and others in order to strengthen human rights in the society
  • Prepare two annual reports on the human rights situation in the country and on the Commission's annual performance
  • Give opinions when the government considers being a party to human rights treaties.


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  1. Women and child in a shop - APF/Michael Power