• Organization TypeDevelopment Consulting
  • Staff6-25
  • HeadquartersCzech Republic
  • Founded1988

Czech Helsinki Committee

In 1975 in Helsinki the then communist Czechoslovakia, encouraged by the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Afterwards Helsinki Committees were established all over the world to supervise the compliance with the Declaration and to draw attention to its contradiction with local law. Origins of the Czech Helsinki Committee – the human rights protecting organization – reach to 1988. There were significant Czech persons among founders such as the former Czech president Václav Havel. Czech Helsinki Committee followed up activities of the Charter 77 and the Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Prosecuted. Mission Striving for respect to principles of natural human rights and enforcing these rights in the whole society. Vision People are free and equal in dignity and human rights. Main spheres of work monitoring of respecting the human rights in the Czech Republic fighting racism and intolerance prison system  and criminal justice social and legal counselling human rights education Forms of work advisory activities project activities monitoring and analytical activities publishing and educative activities
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Staff at Czech Helsinki Committee have experience in


  • development
  • civil society
  • events / training
  • human rights
  • planning / policies / institutions


  • ford foundation


  • belarus
  • ukraine
  • united kingdom
  • mongolia
  • moldova


  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • experience in recruitment
  • with experience in conflict areas

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Company Offices

  • Czech Republic (headquarters)
  • Prague
  • The Czech Helsinki Committee Štefánikova 21 150 00 Prague 5 Czech Republic