The Lusophone Observatory for Human Rights – OLDHUM was created on October 23, 2009 and, by resolution of the Scientific Council of the Law School of the University of Minho, was authorized to have its headquarters at this School and to have a Professor appointed by that Scientific Council at its Directorate.

OLDHUM has, as its founding partners and in addition to the group of individuals who have agreed to join efforts for its creation, the AJPD-Justice Peace and Democracy Association (Angola), the Association for Solidarity and Development Zé Moniz (Cape Verde), the League (Guinea-Bissau) and the Observatory on Human Rights, Democracy and Citizenship (Guinea-Bissau). It is open to signing protocols for partnerships and collaboration with other Lusophone or foreign associations or entities.

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