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The Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (EMC) is an organization working on human rights causes and aiming to support the creation of a free and equal society based on solidarity. To enact social transformations, EMC creates and supports a solidarity platform, which strives to integrate the different groups, activists and organizations that are working on emancipatory policy.

This organization aims to reveal the structural causes of social and political inequality as well as oppression in order to conduct critical analysis and change existing policy by using human rights instruments and activist fighting methods.

We believe in freedom, equality and the solidarity of society, social and economic justice, as well as the idea that the state should act as a guarantor of social justice and welfare. We fight to get inclusive and fair democratic systems based on political participation. 

Our organization has four program directions and works on social, equality, justice, democratic and critical policy issues.

The aim of our Social Policy Program is to promote developing political, economic and social systems based on social justice, equality and solidarity.

The aim of our Equality Policy Program is to create fair, equal and dignified political and social human rights environments for oppressed groups.

The aim of our Justice and Democracy Program is to support forming a judicial system based on human rights, justice and high social sensitivity.

The aim of our Critical Policy Program is to create policy based on the critical issues through synthesizing the theories and practices on those issues.

The major instruments of our activities are: research, advocacy, strategic litigation, and teaching. EMC uses social groups participation as well as their mobilization to try to support and incorporate needs, concerns and demands into the political agenda.

EMC is governed by the board of directors and makes significant decisions collectively with the staff members. 



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