The European African Human Right Organization (EAHRO)
The European African Human Rights Organization EAHRO is Registered (N.G.O’s) Organization under The registration Number VO 254/ 2009 in accordance with (E.U) regulations.
The Memorandum of the Organization was written by Professor Guido de Marco the Maltese Ex President, Ex President of the United Nations General Assembly, and Ex Chairman of the Commonwealth Foundation.
The Principles of the Organization were agreed In a meeting between Professor De Marco, Mr. Emanuel Fave “Human Rights activist”, Mr. Ralf Salam “Author and Human Rights activist”. Mr. Kenneth Godwin “Human Rights activist”. and Mr. Valentine Grigorov .
Professor Guido de Marco discussing with Mr Ralf Salam The principles of the organization
Mr. Valentine Grigorov
Mr. Ralf Salam
Mr. Kenneth Godwin
Mr. Emanuel Fava
The Participants agreed to Form the Organization as follow:
1-The address of the Organization shall be c/o EAHRO halel street Bugibba, Malta, E.U
2-The purpose of the organization is equally straightforward: to help Africans and Europeans living in Europeans and Africans countries to overcome the effects of Poverty, Racism, and Political and Social Crises, and to create new futures for themselves and their Communities through Education and Integration. and to defend their legal and Human rights values.
3-The Organization is a non-governmental voluntary organisation, non-profit making and autonomous.
4-Any bona fides person may join the Organization and no membership fee shall be charged. Members are free to contribute voluntarily to the fund of the organization according to their means.
5- Members of the organization are Voluntary Legal adviser and expert Lawyers in the field of Human Rights whom had defended several Cases within local and International Courts.
6- The Organization is Financed by its members, and Cases are adopted free of charge.
7- EAHRO to work closely In association with regional and International Human Rights Organizations and to help in countering any Human Rights Violations. and to hold States accountable for violations of Human rights.
The organization also issue a periodic Human rights Human Rights Law Review.
The European African Human Rights Law Review) EAHRLR
The Organization publish yearly Human Rights Report ranking the Europeans and the Africans Countries Human rights developments.