The Slovak National Centre for Human Rights (SNSLP) fulfils its role in the field of fundamental rights and freedoms, including the rights of children. Therefore the centre:
The Centre can request courts, prosecutors, other government bodies, territorial self-governments, bodies of interest group self-governments, and other institutions to provide the Centre with information regarding the observance of human rights within a prescribed period.
The Centre may also request information on the observance of human rights from non-governmental organisations operating in the field of human rights, and make agreement with them on the way and scope of providing such information.
The organisation is a predominantly promotion-type and legal support body .
Postal address: Kýčerského 5, 811 05 Bratislava, Slovakia
General email address: email@example.com
Contact person for media enquiries:
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 According to a European Commission study on Equality Bodies, predominantly promotion-type equality bodies “spend the bulk of their time and resources on a broader mix of activities that include supporting good practice in organisations, raising awareness of rights, developing a knowledge base on equality and non-discrimination, and providing legal advice and assistance to individual victims of discrimination” (page 44).