What does a human rights officer do?

A human rights officer assists countries in promoting respect for human rights, and governments in identifying and specifying their needs for advisory services and technical cooperation, including by ensuring the preparation and conduct of assessment missions. S/he participates in negotiations aimed at concluding technical cooperation agreements, prepares respective country projects, and provides information to the treaty bodies on the human rights situation of the countries under his/her responsibility. A human rights officer also systematically collects and analyses all information regarding the human rights situation in the countries of his/her responsibility and prepares reports, documents and other written materials while responding to requests for information relating to the human rights situation in the countries under his/her responsibility. Another critical responsibility for a human rights coordinator is to maintain an awareness of human rights educational and information activities in the countries concerned, plans, implements and evaluates training courses, seminars and workshops. If you are looking for a human rights officer job unchannel.org is the right place for you. Just click https://unchannel.org/ and find your next human rights officer un job at unchannel.org.

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