Mois : août 2020

Would you like a short tour through the HRMI Rights Tracker? Watch this short video to follow Thalia as she demonstrates how to get the most out of the Rights Tracker for your own work. We’ve published this video with English captions so far, and more languages to come. If you would like it to […]

Since 2005, every United Nations member state has participated in the Universal Periodic Review, a process for countries to reflect on – and improve – their human rights performance. The UPR involves governments, National Human Rights Institutes, civil society organisations, and the general public, who can all give input into the review of their country. […]

It’s not just construction projects that can drive economic recovery as countries start to rebuild after the Covid-19 pandemic. HRMI’s Strategy and Communication Lead, Thalia Kehoe Rowden, has written an op-ed, published in New Zealand newspapers, reminding governments that investing in jobs in ‘social infrastructure’ brings economic benefits: Jobs in the non-profit world are also […]

By Anne-Marie Brook, HRMI co-founder and strategy and development lead Our good news Securing funding for HRMI’s work is one of my roles and one that I never feel I have enough time for. But recently we’ve been on a bit of a roll. Here’s the good news. We’ve recently had our funding renewed from […]