Access Center for Human Rights (ACHR) is a non-profit and non-governmental human rights organization based in Beirut and Paris, founded in 2017, and includes a group of activists people with experience in law and local and international advocacy. ACHR launched its activities in Lebanon, due to its belief in supporting refugeerights, at a time of a rise in serious violations against them. ACHR is specialized in observing the human rights refugee situation and publishes periodic publications on mass violations with the aim of raising awareness and international advocacy to ensure the right to human dignity in the countries of asylum until their voluntary, dignified, and safe return to their country of origin.
Who are we?
The needs of freedom of opinion and expression
Needs of freedom of opinion and expression: Support mechanisms for expressing opinions and issues in the media
Legal representation procedures
Defending those whose rights have been violated by the security authorities and agencies to achieve their personal safety through the appointment of attorneys for them.
Documenting violations that affect the rights and freedoms of the competent authorities and mobilizing local and international public opinion around it in order to take the necessary measures to raise the existing violation and enable violators to gain access to the local judiciary. Their personal safety by appointing attorneys for them.
Prevention and protection mechanisms
Working to raise violations by societal means concerned with awareness and dialogue to confront discrimination practices and ways to incite and limit violations of rights and freedoms and work to build a culture of protection and respect for these rights and freedoms
Are the groups that demand safe residency
outside the borders of their homeland.
Persons withheld their liberty /
without a confirmed crime, they will be held accountable / Ben
It is required by the official and unofficial authorities present on Lebanese soil.
Personal safety needs
Ensuring the right to live in safety, the right to housing,
freedom of movement and movement,
and ensuring respect for their legal application and their social devotion.
Decent work needs
and human dignity
within the permissible