The Indonesia's NGO Coalition for International Human Rights Advocacy (HRWG) was established by a the majority of NGOs working in different issues but share interest in human rights to serve the need for elaborate advocacy works already in place with the aim of maximizing the goals and putting more pressures on the Indonesian government to execute its international and constitutional obligations to protecting, fulfilling, respecting and promoting human rights in the country.
State administrators to better fulfill their constitutional and international obligations to promoting, fulfilling and protecting human rights in Indonesia.
To increase effectiveness of human rights advocacy works in Indonesia in particular and in international world in general with the intention that encouraging the state c/q the Government of Indonesia to carry out its international and constitutional obligation to promoting, fulfilling and protecting human rights by making the following attempts:
Building collaboration with human rights advocacy workers and those who are supporting it at local, national and international levels.
Building coordination among human rights advocacy workers in order to maximize the impact, particularly at the international level.
Increasing the capacity of the working group participants and other human rights advocacy workers at international level.
Increasing effectiveness of control on the state’s fulfillment of its obligations to enforcing and promoting human rights.
Networking Principles and Values
The Coalition upholds the human rights values assured in all UN documents on human rights, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, its covenants and conventions.
The Coalition administers and manages the organization and programs based on the following principles:
The Working Group focusing on human rights advocacy with respect to attempted advocacy works for the right to self-determination in peace, pursuant to the 5 points of Vienna Declaration 1993.
The Working Group carries out its advocacy works based on the principles of international justice.
The Working Group is an inseparable part of the global movements for human rights.
The Working Group’s membership is open in nature in so far as its mission and vision are acknowledged.
In case internal conflict between participants appears, the Working Group may dismiss the participants involved for a non-determined period of time until the case settled.
The Working Group does not duplicate any work that has been and/or be in progress in the hands of its participants.
The Working Group sustains gender justice and equality.
The Working Group is accountable to its participants and the public at large.