International Society for Human Rights has begun its activity in 1972 in Germany, Frankfurt am Main as an independent nongovernmental organization that was founded on the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Since then the organization has broaden its activity far beyond Germany, with time obtaining consultative status with the Council of Europe, associated status with Department of public information of the United Nations, observer status with the Organization of African Unity, became a member of the Liaison Committee of the Non-Governmental Organizations at the Council of Europe and has obtained UN ECOSOC consultative status.
International Society for Human Rights – Moldavian Section (ISHR-MS) was registered with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Moldova, On 12 February 1999, position No. 0874.
ISHR-MS is an independent, national, non-governmental, non-profit, social organization and has a certificate of public utility.
For 18 years, our activities have been aimed at achieving the main goal – support consolidation of democratic society in the Republic of Moldova and promote respect for human rights. Using legal means, we increase public awareness about human rights, carry out control over their observance, inform local and international communities about violations, realize civic education, provide legal advice, carry out humanitarian actions to provide assistance to vulnerable groups.
In our work we rely on the principles of transparency and cooperation with all NGOs, government and international organizations, tolerance, respect for our beneficiaries and their dignity.
Team approach, mutual assistance and participation in decision-making process are important principles of our work. We are responsible for the quality of our work.
We are open to cooperation and collaboration.
Dr. Lubov Nemcinova
President of the International Society for Human Rights – Moldavian Section