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On the International Human Rights Day the attention was paid to the establishment of National Human Rights Institution

11 December 2014

 MG 3045On the International Human Rights Daythe Seimas Ombudsmen Augustinas Normantas and Raimondas Šukys met the members of a working group for establishment of a National Human Rights Institution. Parliamentarians Dalia Kuodytė and Marija Aušrinė Pavilionienė have initiated a meeting to discuss progress of establishment of the National Human Rights Institution in Lithuania.

The aim of the meeting was to discuss the strategic policy of the establishment of the National Human Rights Institution as well as necessary amendments to the Law on the Seimas Ombudsmen, which would enable the Seimas Ombudsmen to perform national human rights monitoring to the full extent.

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Focus of the International Human Rights Day – the right to know

10 December 2014

1503347 1430234410570484 5995647093635577312 n“The right to information is one of the most important ones. Having no proper information a person will not be able to properly defend his or her rights that had been violated. The assurance of the right to information is a sign of a developing society, which respects its members,” the Seimas Ombudsman Augustinas Normantas noted at the roundtable discussion “Right to know: boundaries and challenges” organised on the occasion of International Human rights Day.

Human rights are constantly reacting to new challenges, emerging in different situations of a society life. This year, the right to know is identified as the main one in relation to geopolitical situation and economical fluctuations as well as challenges created by free access to the Internet.

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Survey: more than half of Lithuanians would know where to address in case their rights were violated

8 December 2014

Seimo kontrolierių įstaigaMore than half of Lithuanians would know where to address in case their rights were violated, a recent survey has revealed.

According to information obtained from the poll, conducted by Vilmorus at the request of the Seimas Ombudsmen’s Office, almost forty two percent of respondents would turn to the Seimas Ombudsmen when their rights were violated.

Each year the Seimas Ombudsmen ask Lithuanians whether they have enough information about the human rights defenders who may help them in case their rights are violated in municipal and governmental institutions.

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