Category:National human rights institutions
National human rights institutions (NHRIs) are administrative bodies set up to protect and/or monitor human rights in individual countries. There are some 110 such bodies, not all compliant with the United Nations standards set out in the 1993 Paris Principles. They are distinct from ordinary non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that deal with human rights issues.
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