The Human Rights Monitoring Institute (HRMI) Traditionally prepares and publishes an overview of the human rights situation in Lithuania every two years. Such a review presents the public with an independent expert analysis of Lithuania's success in implementing its most important human rights.
The HRMI human rights reviews contribute significantly to the active involvement of citizens and politicians in defending the values enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania. - HRMI Director Dainius Pūras
Violations of the rights of persons with disabilities, freedom of expression or belief, violation of the right to private family life, discrimination of age, sexual orientation, sex, disability, religion, etc., hate crimes, violations of the rights of victims or suspects, domestic violence, Trafficking or violations of migrants' rights - all you can find in one review - "Human Rights in Lithuania 2018 - 2019"
All the funds raised will be used for the review: salaries of human rights experts, layouts and printing costs. The Human Rights Monitoring Institute (HRMI) provides a unique opportunity for the public to become acquainted with the implementation of human rights and violations in Lithuania, and we invite you to contribute to this important review for Lithuania.