It is a long-term, significant human rights activities CHC, which are funded through the expensive and time-limited Projects. Because it is a systemic problems, can not be satisfactorily resolved in the short term, one-year funding. Often succeeds only to highlight these issues, outline their solutions to prepare amendments to legislation like. To successfully solve the problem CHC has sufficient financial and human resources, and therefore at the end of financial support from the state or foundation becomes a matter of called “sleeping” (completed) project and it depends on circumstances that will allow it to return to the issue.
Outline of existing human rights problems in the field of civil, political, social, rights to health care, the rights of different population groups (children, seniors, disabled, …) that would be appropriate or necessary to solve by the State directly or financial support non-profit organizations such like CHC, processed Annuall report on the human rights situation in the Czech republic. Success rate of solving human rights problems can be identified by comparing Reports from previous years.
News in projects and in activities
The Czech Helsinki Committee (CHC) is a nongovernmental organization which main purpose is to monitor and to protect human rights, with a particular attention for vulnerable groups (children, elderly, minorities etc.). CHC is also working with children with parents.in prison and this issue is promoting as a member of the Children of Prisoners Europe (COPE) network. On 10 of May 2016, CHC organized the 2016’s second assisted visit for 15 … Continue reading
Visited the prison due to financial, organizational and personnel support CHC thirteen children from several children homes or children in foster care. Other assisted visit children at Bright is planned for the beginning of September. … Continue reading
On 31 May 2016, the Director of CHC Lucie Rybová attended a joint meeting of representatives of NGOs cooperating with the staff and with the leadership of the prison in Svetla nad Sazavou. The aim of the meeting was to enhance mutual cooperation and discussion on the possibilities of developing cooperation, including new projects. At the end of the meeting of the prison staff prepared for visitors to the exhibition’s … Continue reading
This year, for the second time, children that are now placed in orphanages or in foster families had an opportunity to meet with their mothers in prison in Světlá nad Sázavou. Three new mothers and four children participated in the current meeting. In this occasion the CHC staff managed contact of total 14 children from different parts of the Czech Republic in the age 4-16 years. The assisted visit lasted three … Continue reading
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In the days 18 to 20 April 2016 organized by the Czech Helsinki Committee first educational seminar entitled “Looking for the key to the rights of children” by participating in a two-year international project “Unlocking Children’s Rights”, which CHC involved. … Continue reading