HUMAN RIGHTS MONITORING (HRM)
Civil organizations’ activities to monitor, report and advocate on human rights situations are supported under this category.
Some examples of such activities are listed below.
DEFINING A ROADMAP FOR MONITORING EXERCISE
IDENTIFYING KEY INDICATORS FOR HRM EFFORTS
COLLECTING AND VERIFYING DATA ON RESEARCH TOPICS
CONVERTING THE DATA COLLECTED INTO STATISTICAL INFORMATION
READING AND INTERPRETING EXISTING DATA GIVEN IN OTHER STUDIES IN THIS FIELD
PREPARING INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED HRM REPORTS
DISSEMINATING FINDINGS AND REPORTS, AND BROADENING OUTREACH
PUBLICIZING RESULTS IN EASILY UNDERSTANDABLE FORMATS, SUCH AS VIDEOS OR THROUGH VISUAL INFORMATION TO DISSEMINATE FINDINGS AND BROADEN OUTREACH
CARRYING OUT CAMPAIGNS AND LOBBYING ACTIVITIES RELATED TO RESULTS
ENGAGING IN DIALOGUE AND ESTABLISHING PARTNERSHIPS WITH ORGANIZATIONS OPERATING IN SIMILAR FIELDS AND DEVELOPING KEY STRATEGIES
REACHING THE PUBLIC THROUGH PRESS AND MEDIA ACTIVITIES
SHARING WORK WITH PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS
COMING TOGETHER WITH DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONS, INSTITUTIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS TO ENGAGE IN DIALOGUE RELATED TO HRM AND ADVOCACY ACTIVITIES
BUILDING LONG-TERM CAPACITY IN HRM PROCESSES
OTHER ACTIVITIES TO MONITOR, REPORT AND ADV0OCATE ON HUMAN RIGHTS
- Venue rental
- Food and catering
- Intercity travel
- Stationery costs
- Translation (translation of reports, brochures, videos etc.)
- Interpretation (simultaneous or consecutive)
- Sign language translation
- Equipment rental
- Website design, software and management
- Software purchase and membership expenses (database, storage, design, etc.)
- Design and management of social media tools
- Domain name and hosting
- Design, editing, printing and dissemination of publicity, information, promotion etc. Materials.
You may request for short/long term expert support for your HRM activities, as part of your “request for support”.
Etkiniz Expert Pool brings together different expertise that you may need for your activities to monitor, report and advocate on human rights. You may ask expert support for training, consultancy, communication, facilitation or moderation at events and meetings, surveys, field research and guidance support, human rights law; monitoring evaluation, impact analysis, translation services, etc.
These requests may include
- Request for experts to strengthen monitoring by using international human rights standards and mechanisms
- Request for short or long-term experts to develop your skills and knowledge in Human Rights Watch and advocacy
- Request for experts for utilising new technologies for monitoring activities