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16.a.1 Existence of independent national human rights institutions in compliance with the Paris Principles 1/ 2/
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Information

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yes/no
Contact
Philippine Statistics Authority
16th flr. Eton Centris 3, EDSA cor. Quezon Ave., Quezon City 1101
(02) 376-1991
sdg@psa.gov.ph
Latest update
3/26/2021
Update frequency
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Next update
3/31/2022
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Administrative Data
Creation date
3/31/2020
Source
Commission on Human Rights
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3I3D16a1
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1/ - 1 if the country satisfies the requirement of the indicator, 0 otherwise
2/ - The Philippines Constitution of 1987 (Article XIII, Section 17) created the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) of the Philippines as an independent office with a mandate to promote the protection, respect for and enhancement of human rights.The role and functions of the Commission are set out in Executive Order No. 163 (1987). In accordance with the Paris Principles and GANHRI statute, the CHR of the Philippines is accredited as fully compliant to the Paris Principles.
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