AHRI Declarations and Statements

2022: AHRI Statement on the Russian Aggression Against Ukraine

AHRI has released a statement concerning the Russian invasion of the soverign nation of Ukraine. You can read the full statement here in English Greek, Spanish , Ukrainian, and Russian . 

2021: AHRI Maastricht Declaration on the Human Rights Backsliding in Poland

AHRI adopts Maastricht Declaration during the the 2021 AHRI Assembly Meeting, August 27-28, 2021. The text of the declaration is available in EnglishFrench, Polish and German, Italian, Chinese, and Spanish. 

At the 2019 AHRI Conference in Potsdam, 5-7 September 2019, the Potsdam Declaration on the Relationship between International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights was adopted. The text of the declaration is available in English, ChineseGermanItalian and Spanish

2018: AHRI Edinburgh Declaration on Renewing our Commitment to Human Rights

At the 2018 AHRI Conference in Edinburgh, 7-8 September 2018, the Edinburgh Declaration on Renewing our Commitment to Human Rights was adopted. The text of the declaration is available here. Translation are available  in ChineseFrench, Serbian and Spanish.  

2017: AHRI Leuven Declaration on the Backlash Against Independent Human Rights Mechanisms

During the 2017 AHRI Conference in Leuven, Belgium, 27-28 April 2017, the General Assembly adopted the Leuven Declaration on the Backlash against Independent Human Rights Mechanisms. Translations are available in Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, Italian, Espanol and Turkish

At the 2016 AHRI Conference in Utrecht, the Netherlands 2-3 September 2016 the Utrecht Declaration on Academic Freedom was adopted. 

At the 2015 AHRI Conference in Belgrade, Serbia – the Belgrade Declaration on the Refugee Crisis was adopted.