International Network of Human Rights | Europe
Réseau International des Droits Humains | Europe
Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos | Europa


We generate a greater representation of civil society organizations for strategic cooperation, collaborative advocacy and the construction of relevant, legitimate and feasible public policies in their implementation. We share values such as Diversity, Plurality, Trust, Participation, Equity and Inclusion, among others.

We promote the articulation and strengthening of the Argentine  civil society entities as significant actors for the deepening and broadening of democracy, the promotion of sustainable development and the defense of Human Rights. The principles of the network of networks are embodied in the Charter of Solidarity Economy: equity, work, sustainability, cooperation, non-profit and commitment. In addition, we defend values such as participation, transparency, autonomy and balance.

Shared principles and values make this network a feminist, environmentalist and social alternative that acts in the economic transformation for the benefit of people and the planet.

Who are the members of RIDHE?

RIDHE is made up of Human Rights Defenders, social collectives, NGOs, academics, and Human Rights experts, who are grouped into nine (9) thematic groups:

  • Advocacy and Mediation.
  • Human Rights Defenders.
  • Transparency and participation.
  • Indigenous and Afro-descendant communities.
  • Emerging Human Rights.
  • Socio-environmental Rights.
  • Gender Equality and Diversities.
  • Children, Adolescents, and Youth.
  • Independent Journalists.

Membership Application

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