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Duties and operations of the Committee

Duties of the Committee

The duties of the Committee include advocating and acting as a consultant on human rights policies, issuing national human rights reports, researching international human rights systems and legislation, proposing international human rights exchange activities, and acting as consultant to the president on other human rights issues.

Committee operations

1、 The Committee convenes once every three months, and may additionally meet in extraordinary session as necessary.
2、 The Committee regularly issues one national human rights report.
3、 The Committee adopts an annual action plan, as called for in the "Guidelines for Establishment of the Presidential Office Human Rights Consultative Committee."
4、 Important human rights issues that the president has put on the Committee's agenda, or that Committee members themselves have raised, are discussed. Once a resolution is passed, it is submitted to the president, and then forwarded as instructed by the president to the proper authorities for implementation or further study.
5、 The main function of the Committee is to provide the president with advice and opinions on human rights matters. It does not hear complaints from the public, but it does pay close attention to comments by the public on human rights matters, and to situations that have sparked widespread concern and have a bearing upon human rights policies. Such matters may make it onto the Committee's agenda and result in the passage of a resolution. In such cases, the resolution will be presented to the president and then forwarded as instructed by the president to the proper authorities for formulation of related policies or the drafting of legislative amendments.
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Duties and operations of the Committee

Duties of the Committee

The duties of the Committee include advocating and acting as a consultant on human rights policies, issuing national human rights reports, researching international human rights systems and legislation, proposing international human rights exchange activities, and acting as consultant to the president on other human rights issues.

Committee operations

1、 The Committee convenes once every three months, and may additionally meet in extraordinary session as necessary.
2、 The Committee regularly issues one national human rights report.
3、 The Committee adopts an annual action plan, as called for in the "Guidelines for Establishment of the Presidential Office Human Rights Consultative Committee."
4、 Important human rights issues that the president has put on the Committee's agenda, or that Committee members themselves have raised, are discussed. Once a resolution is passed, it is submitted to the president, and then forwarded as instructed by the president to the proper authorities for implementation or further study.
5、 The main function of the Committee is to provide the president with advice and opinions on human rights matters. It does not hear complaints from the public, but it does pay close attention to comments by the public on human rights matters, and to situations that have sparked widespread concern and have a bearing upon human rights policies. Such matters may make it onto the Committee's agenda and result in the passage of a resolution. In such cases, the resolution will be presented to the president and then forwarded as instructed by the president to the proper authorities for formulation of related policies or the drafting of legislative amendments.
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