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Engaging With The Human Rights Office

How can I engage with the work of the UN Human Rights Office?

There are lots of ways to engage and keep up-to-date with all the great work that the Human Rights Office produces.

Get informed

  • You can follow developments including upcoming and past reports, current projects and opportunities to engage in work focused on youth via the dedicated webpage:
  • Find out about UN Human Rights’s work in your country or region. More information about where UN Human Rights works is available at:


Follow and spread the word

  • Follow UN Human Rights on social media: Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube (Note: the profiles listed here are at the global level and available in English. Some UN Human Rights field presences are also on social media, so make sure to check.)
  • Subscribe to email updates from the Civil Society Unit and stay up to date on UN Human Rights activities and developments.


Get involved and participate

  • Look out for opportunities to submit information to reports prepared by UN Human Rights by checking out the call for inputs page: ohchr.org/calls-for-input-listing. Calls for inputs are often shared in the email updates that you can subscribe to receive (see link above under ‘follow and spread the word’).
  • UN Human Rights offers a number of fellowship programmes aimed at specific groups such as indigenous representatives, LGBTI activists, minority rights defenders, people of African descent from the diaspora, and others to develop knowledge and skills on human rights and the UN human rights system. For more information, visit:

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