National Society for Human Rights
1- To ensure the enforcement of rules of the Constitution and the internal regulations of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia pertaining to human rights. 2- To ensure the fulfillment of the obligation of the Kingdom concerning issues of human rights, according to the contents of the Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam, the charter of the United Nations, and international covenants and documents of human rights. 3- To receive complaints and grievances, follow them up with competent entities, and to verify claims regarding violations and abuses of human rights. 4- To present views and proposals to governmental and non-governmental bodies for teaching and dissemination of information in the field of human rights. 5- To handle human rights issues dealt with by international bodies, in general, and by non-governmental international organizations, in particular. 6- To study international covenants and documents of international human rights and their applications. 7- To conduct international, regional, and local conferences, symposia, and courses pertaining to human rights. 8- To encourage regional and international cooperation for the promotion and protection of human rights. 9- To publish specialized publications and releases on human rights.
Protecting and defending the Human Rights, publishing their culture and taking the necessary procedures to deal with complaints and grievance due to violating and breaching human rights so as to curb these violations and eliminate their effects. In addition, undertaking studies and holding conferences, symposia and workshops, issuing and publications, and declaring stances, and processing reports.
966 112 102 233
Riyadh – Muhamadiyah District
Al Gemaha Center – 4th floor