International Human Rights Organization

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International Human Rights Organization
IHRO Seal.png
Abbreviation: IHRO
Founded: 2009
Type: Nongovernmental organization
Affiliations: United Nations
International Bar
Membership: 112,000
Motto: The World is One Family

The International Human Rights Organization (IHRO) is an international nongovernmental organization created to advance human rights causes for all global citizens.[1] The body was founded in 2009 and operates in accordance with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) under consultative status registration number 215487/2014.[2]


The organization has 112,000 members in 41 countries. It functions as an autonomous, non-partisan nonprofit with the mission to protect, uphold and uplift human rights around the world. IHRO works in alliance with partners in over twenty countries as an advocate for human rights, creating legal frameworks and advancing human rights awareness.[3] Its knowledge capital is established through research, policy and advocacy wings which impanel scientists, analysts and domain experts, legal counsel, think tanks, academics and universities.[4][5][6][7][8]

Goodwill Ambassadors

The International Human Rights Organization (IHRO) is represented by several Goodwill Ambassadors from across the globe, each of whom are prominent leaders in their respective fields. These appointed representatives further the aims of the organization in meetings with sovereign counsel, government bodies, administrative authorities, and other concerned committees and parties, advocating the social cause of human rights for important issues around the world. [9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21]

IHRO Goodwill Ambassadors

See also


  1. International Human Rights Organization IHRO World (Accessed 2017 Dec 18).
  2. IHRO Press Coverage around the World (42 references) International Human Rights Organization. (Accessed 2017 Dec 18).
  3. Air News India | IHRO adds new positions, wants active participation to spread awareness on Human Right (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  4. IHRO elects office bearers. The Daily Excelsior (Accessed 2018 Feb 23).
  5. International Human Rights Office opens in Jammu. Early Times News Kashmir (Accessed 2018 Feb 22).
  6. United Nations Civil Society Participation (iCSO) (Accessed 2018 Feb 23).
  7. IHRO National Workshop At Marwah. World Foundation (Accessed 2018 Feb 22).
  8. Students march in Solidarity with Aleppo, appeal for peace. India Tomorrow – Integrity. Vision. Optimism. (Accessed 2018 Feb 22).
  9. Human Rights Body Elects Office Bearers India Tribune Trust: Voice of the People (2018 Feb 16).
  10. Malik given Human Rights award The Nation (2018 Feb 26).
  11. Every day is Human Rights Day 2014-12-10. DNA India News. (Accessed 2018 Feb 22).
  12. Kashmir’s Music scientist, Dr Shahzad Asim appointed as Director for J&K by the International Human Rights Organization Kashmir Patriot. 2017-11. Kashmir Patriot. (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  13. Tamilisai awarded ‘best woman politician in India’ by IHRO Tamil News (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  14. IHRO Investigation Report on Beabdi of Guru Granth Sahib International Human Rights Observatory. (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  15. Human Rights Organization Report on Offensives in Punjab ਇਨਸਾਫ ਦਾ ਕਤਲ: ਸਾਕਾ ਨਕੋਦਰ ਵਰਦੀਧਾਰੀ ਦਹਿਸ਼ਤਗਰਦਾਂ ਵਲੋਂ ਸਿੱਖਾਂ ਵਿਰੁੱਧ ਅੰਨ੍ਹੇ ਜ਼ੁਰਮਾਂ ਦੀ ਦੀ ਬਾਤ ਪਾਉਂਦਾ ਹ . 2017-02-04 Siyasat News (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  16. Recalling Statement by Former US President on Sikhs | (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  17. International Development Review and Index -- International Human Rights Organization (IHRO) | DevEx (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  18. New York To Observe Saka Nakodar Shaheeds 2018-02-02. Sikh Siyasat News Accessed 2018-02-26.
  19. State Official Acting Chief Justice (ACJ) of Jharkhand High Court DN Patel -- Legal Ignorance Biggest Hurdle in Human Rights Development 2018-01-31. The Daily Pioneer. (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  20. Saka Nakodar: Memorial Seminar Organised in California , IHRO Report on the Sikh Martyrs 2017-02-08. Sikh Siyasat News. (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).
  21. The story of Amandeep Kaur | International Human Rights Organization. (Accessed 2018 Feb 26).

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