Commission presents annual report to civil society, government partners
Graphic: Participants at the Commission's briefing for civil society and government partners
The Commission has met with stakeholders to discuss the key themes in its 16th Annual Human Rights Report and implementation its recommendations.
The National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia organised a meeting with representatives from civil society and government agencies to discuss some of the key themes in its 16th Annual Human Rights Report.
Held at UN House on 17 April 2017, the meeting discussed issues concerning the rights of children; the right to labour; the rights of military personnel and civilian employees in military organisations to labour; implementation of the right to be free from torture; and implementation of the law on the promotion of gender equality.
The Commission's16th Annual Human Rights Report was submitted to the State Great Khural on 24 March 2017.
The annual report is an important document that contains recommendations that draw the attention of the parliament, the government and the general public to urgent human rights issues.
The Commission held this meeting to identify the roles and participation of government organisations and civil society to ensure the implementation of the recommendations proposed in the annual report.
The meeting involved representatives of 13 government organisations, including the Cabinet Secretariat and Ministries of Justice and Home Affairs and Labour and Social Protection, as well as civil society organisations and media organisations.
Date: 20 April 2017
- Participants at the Commission's briefing for civil society and government partners - National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia