• National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia received A status based on accreditation from ICC SCA for the 3rd time

Submission of 17th annual report on “Situation of Human Rights and Freedoms in Mongolia”

[attachment=103:The 17th Annual Report on "Situation of Human Rights and Freedoms in Mongolia”]

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 recommendations of Commissioners, and studies and analysis conducted by civil society and researchers, and information provided by the government organizations including agencies and ministries. The 17th report has included relevant recommendations and proposals that should be considered at a policy level.

Chief Commissioner Mr. Byambadorj Jamsran along with Commissioner Ms. Oyunchimeg Purev and Commissioner Mr. Ganbayar Nanzad have submitted the Commission’s annual report for 2017 to Mr. Enkhbold Miyegombo, Speaker of the Parliament of Mongolia on 30 March 2018.

[attachment=103:The 17th Annual Report on "Situation of Human Rights and Freedoms in Mongolia”] has included five chapters with the following topics: "Right to healthy and safe environment: Implementation of environmental laws and public participation”, "Some issues of human rights in relation to urban planning”, "Some issues concerning implementation of the right to compensation”, "Some issues concerning labour rights of specialized inspection personnel working in border ports”, and "Implementation of recommendations of Universal Periodic Review of the United Nations Human Rights Council”.