The International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR) is an international non-profit, non-governmental human rights organization devoted to eliminating discrimination and racism, forging international solidarity among discriminated minorities and advancing the international human rights system. Founded in 1988 by one of Japan’s largest minorities, the Buraku people, IMADR has grown to be a global network of concerned individuals and minority groups with regional committees and partners in Asia, Europe, North America and Latin America. IMADR’s International Secretariat is based in Japan and maintains a UN liaison office in Geneva. IMADR is in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
IMADR is one of the few NGOs that place special emphasis on the implementation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD), the only legally binding global instrument that comprehensively addresses racial discrimination. At the local level in Japan, IMADR is instrumental in campaigns calling for the effective use of ICERD and the establishment of anti-discrimination legislation and a national human rights institution.
Combating Religious Discrimination Sri Lanka (CRDSL) is an initiative funded by the European Commission. IMADR AC implements the CRDSL along with 4 partner organizations, i.e. Centre for...Read More
The International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR), Asia Committee has received a grant from the United Nations emocracy Fund to provide...Read More
The GOSL has adopted the law to establish the Office of Missing Persons (OMP) as the first Transitional Justice Mechanism in Sri Lanka. We are...Read More
Families of the Disappeared and Platform for Freedom.
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religious leaders to engage in activities to promote inter religious dialogue and harmony.
Activities of this project takes place in Southern, Northern, Eastern, North Western, Central and Western Provinces.
Also campaigns for the elimination of racial discrimination in the administration of justice.
women’s political leadership and participation in promoting democracy,good governance,gender equality,and peace-building.
Sri Lanka’s political crisis has now come before the courts –the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal – for arbitration. Each...
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF SRI LANKA LOCAL AUTHORITY ELECTION -2018 GUIDELINES TO POLICE OFFICERS The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka, recognizing the...
A group of civil society representatives and victims of issues related to abuses of human rights in Sri Lanka are participating in...
All responsible for arson and violence must be dealt with immediately by the authorities. We urge the Prime Minister and the President...