Guinean Organization of Human Rights

The Guinean Organization for the Defense of Human Rights and the Citizen – OGDH – was created in June 1990. It is a non-governmental organization independent of public authorities and any political or doctrinal movement. Its purpose is to make known, to promote and defend the fundamental rights and freedoms of man, of all men, without discrimination or exclusion.

The Guinean Constitution confers on citizens inviolable, inalienable and imprescriptible rights, in accordance with the United Nations International Bill of Human Rights. The OGDH considers that the defense of human rights is an inescapable duty for every citizen. They aim to: ensure a broad knowledge of human rights and fundamental freedoms through appropriate training, information and documentation; organize seminars, symposia and other events that can inform the public about fundamental rights and freedoms; create, in relation with similar organizations active in Guinea and other countries of the continent, a culture of human rights Africa; maintain close collaboration with similar organizations working in Guinea as well as with other countries and in particular with the UIDH and FIDH. The International Bill of Human Rights, the International Covenants on Civil and Political Rights, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other instruments of the United Nations and the United Nations. The African Union, of which Guinea is a party, stipulates that the human person is sacred and inviolable and has the right to his physical integrity and respect.

Guinean Organization of Human Rights
Rue DI 523, Bvd. 536, face Belvédère – 3ème Etage
Quartier Dixinn Bora – Commune de Dixinn
Conakry 2479