Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission



Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission was established pursuant to Bonn Agreement (5 December 2001) and on the basis of decree of the Chairman of the Interim Administration, June 6, 2002, and resolution 134/48 of United Nations general assembly in 1993 and Paris principles and on the basis of article 58 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and now the Commission is performing its activities in the areas of promotion, protection and monitoring of human rights.

January 2001 - March 2004

Seeking to illuminate human security needs and legal reform issues, HPCR's Central Asia activities included research and advisory services, regional dialogues on critical challenges, and publication of original policy briefs.

Past event partnerships

Jun 30 2003 - 2:30pm - Jul 28 2003 - 2:30pm

View the Sept 2003 Roundtable Report

The opportunities for engaging the Afghan public in the...