What you will learn

Master the UPR process and amplify your voice through advocacy actions.

  • The key entry points for advocacy

    Learn about the key entry points for advocacy throughout the entire UPR cycle.

  • Optimise opportunities for advocacy

    Learn how to best optimize the opportunities presented to civil society organizations (CSO) and National Human Rights Institutions (NHRI) to maximize the impact of the UPR.

  • Keep the UPR alive with an advocacy plan

    Gain vital knowledge on how to create a clear plan for conducting optimum advocacy actions that keep the UPR active and effective throughout the full cycle.

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Read what others had to say about our coaching and training:

CSO & CNDH contributions count!


The workshop for CSOs and the CNDH demonstrated that civil society can also contribute to the implementation of the recommendations and play an active role, whereas before, we only focused on monitoring government actions without directly intervening in the implementation. I realized that daily activities of my organization can actually contribute to the implementation of the UPR recommendations.

Valuable when talking to parliamentarians [CSO]

Jemima Mbuyi

I find it important, as a civil society, to go and talk to parliamentarians in the context of the implementation of the UPR, especially in terms of advocating for the adoption of a law or an amendment to the law.

Workshop was very useful!

Mr. Mohammed Al-Helou, Director of the ESC Rights Department, The National Centre for Human Rights

The workshop was very useful in determining which entity is primarily responsible to take action in order to implement UPR recommendations. The NHRI is of course directly involved in the monitoring of the implementation of UPR recommendations and this workshop strengthened our role in the oversight of the implementation of UPR recommendations.