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

NHRCM submits its 14th Annual Status Report to the parliament and introduced it to the civil society

National Human Rights of Commission of Mongolia submitted its 14th Annual report on the human rights and freedoms in Mongolia on 30 March 2015. Usually the State Great Khural considers the NHRCM’s report on the human rights and freedoms in Mongolia and releases resolution to ensure the implementation of the recommendations and proposals included the report.

As customary, the NHRCM, after having submitted the report to the parliament, held its semi-annual meeting with civil society to introduce the annual status report to general public and civil society on 14 April. The meeting involved 80 participants including representatives of the NGOs that work in the areas of human rights and journalists.
The year’s status report of the NHRCM addresses the issues of the rights of human rights defenders, human rights education, some human rights issues in orphanages and nursing houses, pawn shops and right to property, and right to labour of the police officers and includes certain proposals to resolve the concerning issues mentioned in the report.