سازمان حقوق بشر و محو خشونت (اچ آر ای وی او)
Human Rights and Eradication of Violence Organization (HREVO) hereinafter will name HREVO formed under the Article (35) of the Afghanistan’s Constitution and Article (1) of the Nongovernmental Organization act.
The Main office of the organization shall be located in Kabul. The Organization may have any number of other offices, including provincial offices, at such places as the Executive board may determine based on expansion of activities.
The name of the organization shall be Human Rights and Eradication Violence Organization with abbreviation of (HREVO) hereinafter will be use to named the organization. It shall be a non-profit, Non-governmental and non-political organization incorporated under the laws of Islamic republic of Afghanistan.
HREVO is organized exclusively for promotion of human rights, stabilization of democracy, strengthening of democracy and protection of Environment.
The organization’s vision, mission and objectives are
Society without violence where human rights, civil society and democracy institutionalized
HREVO’s mission is to promote human rights and civil society, support peace and non violence, strengthening of good governance and sustainable development in Afghanistan through conducting of advocacy, awareness raising, educational, capacity building, research and development program with focus on vulnerable and marginalized segment of afghan society especially women, disables, children and youths to make them self-sufficient .
Goals and Objectives
Goal1: Promotion and Protection of Human Rights and fundamental freedom in Afghanistan
- Raising awareness of the community on human right issues though public campaigns and awareness raising programs.
- Empowering and mobilizing Community to protect human right through establishment of close relationship between community and government.
- To establish regional and national network and coordination to monitor, document and report human right violation.
- Providing Educational, Legal and psychological service for victims of Human Rights violation and people at risk specially women, children and disables
- To advocate for policy change in order to protect and promote basic human rights of vulnerable segments of society
- To promote gender equality and gender justice in Afghanistan through gender main stream
- Empowering civil society and grass rood voice in local level to contribute for protection and promotion of human rights
Goal2: Strengthening of good governance and rule of law
- Developing Transparent, functioning and responsive governing institutions through conducting of public awareness program on government responsibility
- Enhancing the voice of Afghan citizen through community improvement, strengthening of Civil society network and advocacy initiatives
- Implementation of anti corruption initiatives such as documentation and research studies, empowerment of civil society and NGO network and advocacy initiative to restrict opportunities for corrupt practice
- Improve visibility of government of government operation through supporting advocacy and watchdog activities, enhancing capacities of civil society organization and improvement of investigative journalism and independent media
- Support reform process in government specially law enforcement agencies and justice system through capacity building and enhancing reporting mechanism
Goal 3: stabilizing Democracy and Peace building
- To strengthen the organizational capabilities of local civic groups, youth and women to improve their political participation.
- To foster the development of a legal framework for civil engagement in Afghanistan.
- To bring the concepts of democracy, tolerance, and conflict resolution into mainstream in Afghanistan.
- Raising awareness and advocating for issues relating to peace and democracy.
- Equipping key individuals within governments, military, police forces, academia, religious institutions and the humanitarian sector with peace building skills.
- Providing constant and ongoing support to sustain peace initiatives and integrating them into the greater aim of spreading a culture of peace and democracy in the region.
- Infusing conflict-prevention dimensions into a broad range of government institutions such as the judiciary, police, military and civil service.
- Supporting local, national and regional policy-making, institutions and mechanisms to manage and regulate disputes before they escalate into violence.
- Developing regional understanding and research for women in peace building and supporting other NGOs in the establishment of related programs
The organization is consisting of the following leading institutions:
- The Board of Directors
- The Managing Board
The board shall meet at least once a year, at head quarter office of the organization in month of January. An official board meeting requires that each board member have written notice at least two weeks in advance.
When a vacancy on the board exists, the secretary must receive nominations for new members from present board members two weeks in advance of a board meeting. These nominations shall be sent out to board members with the regular board meeting announcement, to be voted upon at the next board meeting. These vacancies will be filled only to the end of the particular board member’s term.
- The head of the Management Board, who are at the same time the Executive Director, shall be appointed for a period of one year by the Board of Directors. Their mandate is renewable.
- Other members of the Management Board will be recruited by the Executive Director according to internal rules and regulations
- The Executive Director will decide the recruitment of all other staff based on organization’s needs, the terms of this bylaw, Afghan labor laws and internal rules and regulations.
- The Executive Director shall delegate his authorities to other members of the Executive Committee in his absence.
Human Rights and Eradication of Violence Organization