1. Human rights (as set out in the ECHR) by all or any of the following means:
- raising awareness of human rights issues;
- research into human rights issues;
- educating the public about human rights;
providing technical advice to government and others on human rights matters;
- contributing to the sound administration of human rights law;
- promoting public support for human rights;
- promoting respect for human rights among individuals and corporations;
- eliminating infringements of human rights.
2. The sound administration of justice and proper administration of law by:
- promoting education, training and research in the law and legal process;
- promoting the efficiency and effectiveness of legal proceedings and legal advice;
- advancing public understanding of the justice system;
- promoting the provision of mediation and alternative dispute resolution;
- promoting supervision and social rehabilitation of offenders in community-based alternatives to prison;
- promoting the care, welfare and rehabilitation of those detained within prisons;
- providing access to legal text, commentaries and judgements;
- providing legal representation for those who are unable to pay for legal representation from their own resources.
Citizens’ Watch International
Citizens’ Watch International is a UK registered charity dedicated to promoting access to justice where human rights are at risk, particularly in Russia and the former Soviet Bloc countries.