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The Morning Tea Discussion was held on "Reproductive health and rights of women with disabilities"
Yesterday, 10:04

The National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia has raised its concerns about the reproductive health and rights of girls and women and quality and accessibility of medical care and services through commissioning the civil society organizations to conduct study on "Reproductive health and rights of teenage girls and women” and assessment on "Reproductive health and rights of girls and women with disabilities and situation of quality and accessibility of medical services”. Ms....

Bayankhongor, Govi-Altai, Zavkhan and Khovd provinces had newly certified a training-of-trainers on gender and human rights
Yesterday, 10:01

Within the framework of UNDP funded "Towards a professional and citizen-centred civil service” project to be implemented from 2018-2021, the Commission’s working group headed by Commissioner Oyunchimeg Purev has organized a training- of -trainers on "Gender and Human Rights” in Khovd soum, Khovd province from 10-12 September 2018. The training-of-trainers involved around 80 human resource officers of public administration from four provinces, namely Bayankhongor, Zavkhan, Govi-Altai and...

“Renewal of the Labor Law, basic principles in private sector employment and rights enforcement” discussion meeting
21-06-2018, 10:22

The Mongolian National Human Rights Commission held a joint meeting on 19 June 2018 in relation to current discussion at the Parliament Session on proposed draft of renewal of the Labor Law and other relevant regulations. The participants of the discussion meeting "Renewal of the Labor Law, basic principles in private sector employment and rights enforcement” were J. Byambadorj, Chief Commissioner, Mongolian National Human Rights Commission, Commissioner, P. Oyunchimeg, Commissioner N....

“Media and Human Rights” regional training conducted in Khentii aimag
20-06-2018, 15:09

The Mongolian National Human Rights Commission conducted training on "Media and Human Rights” in Chinggis, Batnorov and Norovlin soums, Khentii aimag during 25-28 May, 2018 in cooperation with the Sustainable Artisanal Mining project of the Swiss Development Agency. The training attempts to improve understanding of human rights issues for local journalists, build human rights attitude and prepare journalists specialized on artisanal mining and human rights. Participants represented the local...

Aimag Civil Servants prepared as Training of Trainers on “Gender and Human Rights”
20-06-2018, 15:05

The working group led by P. Oyunchimeg, Commissioner of the National Human Rights Commission conducted training on "Gender and Human Rights” to prepare trainers among aimag administrative and human resource personnel during 08-10 June 2018. The training was carried out as part of the "Towards a professional and citizen-centred civil service in Mongolia” project funded by United Nations Development Program, 2018-2021 in Choibalsan, Dornod....

“Freedom of speech: Historical importance and current state” International Symposium
20-06-2018, 15:01

The Mongolian National Human Rights Commission in cooperation with the "Universal Rights-Development” NGO conducted an international symposium "Freedom of speech: Historical importance and current state” on 15 June 2018 in Ulaanbaatar. The event was supported by the Mongolian Bar Association and the Globe International, NGO. The conference addressed importance of human right to freely expressing one’s views and opinion, as regarded as an innate right of a human being and this right is superior...

Exchanged information on issues of trafficking in human beings
31-05-2018, 09:50

Commissioner Oyunchimeg Purev has hosted a meeting with Per-Anders Sunesson, New Swedish Ambassador to combat trafficking in human beings, on 29 May 2018....

Advancing the human rights education of health practitioners in Mongolia
21-05-2018, 18:44

The National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia, with financial support of European Union, has been implementing a project titled "Advancing the human rights education of health practitioners in Mongolia”. Within this project framework, the Commission has been organizing human rights training and promotional activities aimed at supporting health practitioners in ensuring accessibility, availability, acceptability and quality of health services, forming a human rights-based approach in...

“The Universal Periodic Review mid-term validation meeting” was held in Ulaanbaatar
18-05-2018, 21:50

The Mongolian human rights record was reviewed during the 2nd cycle of Universal Periodic Review by the Working Group of Human Rights Coucil of the United Nations in September 2015. The Government of Mongolia has received 150 recommendations out of 156 recommendations given by the UN Human Rights Council. In this regard, the Government of Mongolia has adopted a General Plan to implement these recommendations from 2016 to 2019 by its resolution No.204. Mongolia is planning to submit its...

Submission of 17th annual report on “Situation of Human Rights and Freedoms in Mongolia”
23-04-2018, 11:29

In accordance with article 13.2.3 and article 20.1 of the Law on National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia (hereinafter "Commission”), the Commission submits its annual report on "Situation of Human Rights and Freedoms in Mongolia” to the Parliament within a first quarter. The 17th annual report was developed based on inquiries and studies undertaken by the Commission, and complaints and comments lodged to the Commission by individuals, implementation status of demands and...

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