NHRIs in Pakistan

National Human rights institutions in Pakistan

Challenges and Obstacles for Human Rights Commissions in Pakistan

National and sub-national human rights commissions, established under the Paris Principles, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1993, are independent institutions responsible for protecting and promoting human rights at the national and regional levels. In simple terms, these commissions act as watchdogs and advocates, who keep a close eye on human rights issues in a country or a…

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