For Human Rights Beyond Borders

Human Rights have been locked up behind domestic bars to prevent their universal application to globalization and its much needed regulation. Extraterritorial obligations (ETOs) unlock human rights.

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CSOs

  Amnesty International 
  Arab NGO Network for Development ANND, also GCAP
  Avocats sans frontières
  Bangladesh Fish Workers’ Alliance (COAST Trust, Bangladesh)
  Brot für die Welt 
  Carbon Market Watch 
  CELS – Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales    
  Center for ESR, New York
  Center for Human Rights, University of Pretoria  
  Centre for International Environmental Law CIEL
  Centre for Women’s Global Leadership
  Center of Concern
  Cinep, Colombia
  Community Law Centre at University of the Western Cape
  Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) 
  Corporate Responsibility Coalition, The
  DanChurchAid
  Dejusticia
  Due Process of Law Foundation
  ECCHR
  ESCR-Net
  FIAN international
  FIDH
  FFII 
  Focus on the Global South
  Great Lakes Initiative for Human Rights and Development
  Global Human Rights Clinic
  Global Initiative on ESCR
  Green Advocates, Liberia
  Greenpeace International
  Habitat International Coalition-HRLN
  Hakijamii
  Human Rights Watch
  IBFAN Asia
  IBFAN/GIFA
  ICCO
  ICJ
  Inclusive Development International
  Indonesia for Global Justice
  Indonesian Human Rights Committee for Social Justice (IHCS)
  Institute for Tropical Medicine, Antwerp
  Institute for agriculture and trade policy, IATP
  Interights
  International Peace Information Service IPIS
  Maleya Foundation
  Misereor
  OMCT 
  Observatorio Ciudadano 
  Oxfam GB
  Perú Equidad
  Plataforma Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, Democracia y Desarrollo (PIDHDD)
  Peoples' Health Movement
  Public Eye
  Quaker United Nations Office
  RAPDA-African Network on Right to Food
  Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights
  SALIGAN  
  SEARCH
  SEATINI  
  SERAC
  Share The World's Resources (STWR)
  Transnational Institute
  Youth Action for Change (YAC) Nepal