According to the Law on the National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia, the Commission can have an advisory board consisting of representatives from civil society organizations that work on human rights issues. The board plays an important role in ensuring the multilateral representation in the Commission’s activity.
The first advisory board was founded on 4 March, 2002, and consisted of representatives of 11 organizations such as Amnesty International Mongolia, National Anti-Violence Center, and Mongolian Human Rights Center. There are now 20 members of the board.
New rules and regulations and the members of the Advisory Board of NHRCM were approved in April 2014.
CURRENT ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS:
The Advisory Board is chaired by P. Oyunchimeg, Commissioner of NHRCM, and its secretary is Kh. Munkhzul, Head of the Administration and Cooperation Division of NHRCM.