A non-profit organisation,
builds resilient cultures and
accountable societies, free
See how through linking and learning, we continue to strengthen accountability and respect for human rights in the Asia-Pacific region.
Read through our annual activity reports, and find out how we work with partners and support their long- term efforts to strengthen accountability.
Discover our dynamic team consists of human rights professionals of diverse backgrounds and nationalities — bound by the same drive for change.
We focus our work in countries attempting to build a
stable democratic base following prolonged conflict or
Where We Work
We are strongly committed to linking countries transitioning from various situations such as war, dictatorship or where human rights violations have occurred.
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We seek to balance attention given to healing, empowerment, and advocacy at both individual and community level — all that you can be a part of.
We work with national partners to raise awareness and
disseminate learnings about accountability, justice, and rights across Asia-Pacific.
We are keen to engage with everyone to enable sharing and development of our collective knowledge
and experiences. Join us
We provide learning sessions as well as support for training and curriculum development. We also organises national, regional and international meetings of experts
We established a reflection and learning space to develop capacities, mark progress to build peace, improve lives, and rebuild communities broken by conflict.
Since 2005, Thailand has faced persistent political conflict stemming from..
Sri Lanka’s civil war, often framed by the state as..
After the dictator Ferdinand Marcos was ousted through the “People..
Myanmar gained independence in January 1948, following the 1947 Panglong..
General Soeharto ruled Indonesia oppressively with an iron fist for..
On 14 April 2018, the Papuan Women’s Working Group (PWG)..
Asosiasaun Chega! ba ita (ACbit), working closely with the National..