About the Centre
The Centre for Civil and Political Rights (CCPR-Centre) works to promote the participation of NGOs in the work of the Human Rights Committee.
The Centre for Civil and Political Rights (CCPR-Centre) is an independent, non-governmental organisation dedicated to contribute to the implementation of the ICCPR through support to the civil society and through connecting key actors engaged to implement the UN Human Rights Committee recommendations at the national level.
The Centre also aims at ensuring that the work of the Human Rights Committee is fully taken into account in the framework of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) established by the Human Rights Council.
The Centre targets national and regional NGOs, as well as thematic NGOs whose mandates relate to the ICCPR.
Strategic Plan 2019-2023:
The Board of the Centre has endorsed 4 year strategic framework for the period 2019-2023.
It is based on three Strategic objectives:
- Strategic Objective 1: Strengthen and assist the efforts of civil society for the protection of civil and political rights
- Strategic Objective 2: Increase ratification and enhance implementation of ICCPR
- Strategic Objective 3: Contribute to the strengthening of the HR Committee’s work and thematic focus