2015 ANNI Report on the Performance and Establishment of National Human Rights Institutions in Asia
18 September 2015 1:44 pm

Cover ANNI 2015The Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA), as the Secretariat of the Asian NGO Network on National Human Rights Institutions (ANNI), is glad to present the 2015 ANNI Report on the Performance and Establishment of National Human Rights Institutions in Asia. Our sincere appreciation goes to all 30 ANNI member organisations from across 17 countries in Asia for their participation and commitment to ANNI and continued advocacy towards the strengthening and establishment of NHRIs in Asia. Similarly, we would also like to extend our sincere thanks to the National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) that have contributed valuable inputs and feedback to the concerned country reports.

The 2015 ANNI Report is based on reports submitted by organisations representing 15 countries and consider the national developments that took place over the course of 2014 and significant events in the first quarter of 2015. The Report primarily focuses on issues of independence and effectiveness of the NHRIs and their engagement with other stakeholders such as civil society and Parliament.

We believe that this annual report will continue to serve its purposes as an advocacy tool to enhance the effective work and functioning of NHRIs so that they can continue to play their role as public defenders and protectors of human rights on the ground.

 

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Click here to download Chapter BURMA: ‘ALL SHOOK UP’

Click here to download Chapter CAMBODIA: SYMBOLIC INSTITUTIONS ARE NO SUBSTITUTE

Click here to download Chapter MALAYSIA: ROOM TO BE PRO-ACTIVE

Click here to download Chapter THAILAND: HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS

Click here to download Chapter TIMOR-LESTE: PROACTIVE STEPS NEEDED FOR FURTHER IMPROVEMENT

Click here to download Chapter AFGHANISTAN: STILL STUMBLING AHEAD

Click here to download Chapter BANGLADESH: FAILING TO FULFIL ITS COMMITMENTS

Click here to download Chapter INDIA: IMMEDIATE REFORMS NEEDED

Click here to download Chapter MALDIVES: ZIPPED, PACKED AND READY TO HEAD HOME

Click here to download Chapter NEPAL: ALL EYES ON NEW TEAM

Click here to download Chapter SRI LANKA: LOST OPPORTUNITIES

Click here to download Chapter JAPAN: EAGER TO SEE A BREAKTHROUGH

Click here to download Chapter MONGOLIA: ‘AMEND THE LAW’

Click here to download Chapter SOUTH KOREA: ‘LOOKING ON WHEN NOT LOOKING AWAY’

Click here to download Chapter TAIWAN: BETTING ON THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTION1