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National Forum for Human Rights

Al Hodeidah, Yemen
Joined May 2022

NFHR is a non-governmental in Yemen works human rights We have carried out during the period from April 2007 to December 2021, 29 projects in Yemen in Human Rights, democracy, Education

Presence in: Yemen
Focus: Children's Rights, Community Paralegals, Criminal Justice, Disability Rights, Environmental Justice, Ethnic / Religious Minorities' Rights, Gender-based violence, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Indigenous Peoples' Rights, Legal Aid & Public Interest Law, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Policy Advocacy, Protection & Safety, Refugees & Migrant Rights, Women's Rights

The NFHR is a non-governmental Working human rights organization and spread awareness of a culture of human rights and freedoms and to promote democratic participation in society. It has a continuous program that works on a permanent basis and according to its own capabilities, which is the program to defend against human rights violations and solidarity in order to protect human rights and democratic freedoms in Yemen through receiving complaints, monitoring and documentation and legal aid.
The NFHR worked on the implementation of projects and programs in the main areas of work and other areas. We have carried out during the period from April 2007 to December 31, 2021 (29) projects and programs targeting 22 Yemeni governorates, during which (59) training courses were implemented with1682 participants, in addition to 119 expanded and field meetings with 21980 participants, and 23 symposiums were carried out with the participation of 1329 participants
The implementation of a number of press conferences, in addition to the preparation of a number of studies, research and quarterly and annual reports on the situation of human rights in Yemen, Clarified as follows:
A.The first major area of work Human Rights, democracy, Education:
We have implemented 17 projects and programs in all Yemeni governorates, The second main area of work democracy:
B.The third main area of work Education We worked the implementation of two programs:
C.Secondary areas of work (other activities
A.The first Secondary Area of Work prison reforming
B.The Second Secondary Area of Work capacity building for NGOs
C.The Third Secondary Area of Work Promoting a Culture of Dialogue in Local Communities
National Forum of Human Rights
Republic of Yemen – p.B:50035
Al-Hudaydah Office: Al-Quds Street, next to Al-Najah School Tel: 009673250380 Fax: 009673250381
Sana’a Office: Sakhr Street in front of Balqis Club
Aden Office: Directorate of Mansoura – Alsnafer area Telefax: 009672391690

People Associated With This Organization

Khaled Ayesh

National Forum for Human Rights (Unverified)
Joined May 2022
Interests: Children's Rights, Community Paralegals, Criminal Justice, Disability Rights, Ethnic / Religious Minorities' Rights, Gender-based violence, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Legal Aid & Public Interest Law, LGBTQI+ Rights, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Women's Rights
My name is Khaled Aysh, I was born on January 1, 1976 My nationality is Yemeni, is a lawyer specializing in international law and human rights, He holds a bachelor’s degree in law, In addition to obtaining an "Executive Diploma in International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice, in the field of: - Peace Security and Diplomacy - Multilateral Diplomacy - International Law, from the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)", In addition to my participation in more than 150 regional, international and local training and qualification courses, I have also edited and prepared many studies and working papers in the field of law, politics, social research and human rights studies, and was a guest on advocacy and aid policy in more than one regional and national university.
In my current role as a [Executive Manager]at [National Forum for Human Rights], I have been responsible for [I rode led human rights defense operations and provided legal advocacy and legal aid over the past 15 years. His work has moved him across 22 Yemeni governorates to help victims of violations and those affected by armed conflict and forced displacement, and he participated in the operations of the National Forum for Human Rights in Yemen, which has worked over the past 15 years to advocate for tens of thousands of victims of violations, whether from Yemenis or refugees and migrants fleeing from Somalia and Ethiopia Towards Yemen in Fragile Boats As Executive Director of the National Forum, Khaled Ayesh was an outstanding witness to the difficult political challenges that emerged for the National Forum throughout this process, not only in their relationship to successive Yemeni governments, but also in dealing with civil society bitterly divided by discussions about the war circuit in Yemen.

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