Our Partners

The Advocates for Human Rights is a member of local, national, and international coalitions and campaigns that work that a shared human rights agenda. In addition to many international NGOs with which we partner to write and submit shadow reports to the United Nations and regional human rights bodies, some of our other partners include:

World Coalition Against the Death Penalty The World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, an alliance of more than 150 NGOs, bar associations, local authorities and unions, was founded to strengthen the international dimension of the fight against the death penalty. Its ultimate objective is to obtain the universal abolition of the death penalty.

Detention Watch Network works through the collective strength and diversity of its members to expose and challenge the injustices of the U.S. immigration detention and deportation system and advocate for profound change that promotes the rights and dignity of all persons.

Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women MCBW is a well-established, membership organization with over 80 member programs located throughout Minnesota with a strong history of effectively carrying out programming that advances women's safety and security. MCBW has existed for almost 40 years as the state's primary voice for battered women.

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault  MNCASA is a voice for victims/survivors, sexual assault programs, and allies committed to ending sexual violence.

Minnesota Human Trafficking Task Force The purpose of the Minnesota Human trafficking Task Force (MNHTTF) is to end human trafficking and other forms of sexual exploitation in Minnesota through a coordinated, multidisciplinary, statewide response. MNHTTF is comprised of governmental and non-governmental agencies and is an important resource for those working on the issue of human trafficking.

Human Rights Educators USA HRE USA exists to promote justice, tolerance, and respect by cultivating an extensive, vibrant base of support for human rights education within the United States.  Dedicated to integrating these standards into formal and non-formal educational settings, HRE USAdevelopes resources and training for educators; promotes national and regional policies that support human rights educations; and participates in global networks and forums to share best practices.