Annual Reports


See how our organisation year by year adapted its activities, remained devoted to supporting civil society, meeting the evolving needs of stakeholders, engaging in policy dialogue, offering advocacy platforms, delivering training, and continuing fulfilling the mission and vision through its activities.


Annual Report 2022

When the third Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Cycle ended in 2022, UPR Info took pivotal steps to strengthen the UPR process. The organization held online consultations to gather insights about the UPR’s strengths and weaknesses, all with an eye toward informing and enhancing the effectiveness of the forthcoming 4th cycle.

This report will provide you with further information on how UPR Info continued to address the growing demand for capacity building among UPR stakeholders, facilitating webinars and in-person training sessions to ensure that everyone was well-equipped to navigate the different aspects of human rights promotion and protection through the UPR mechanism

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Annual Report 2021

2021 saw UPR Info adopting and preparing for new approaches to its work in order to strengthen stakeholders’ engagement in the UPR process. Hybrid meetings became the new way of working, with workshops held online and/or in person. The In-Country Programme team was able to resume in-country missions.

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Annual Report 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic impacted the way the organisation operates, canceling in-person interactions with human rights defenders while expanding outreach to civil society actors around a virtually connected world. UPR Info seized the challenges posed by the pandemic to reflect on the most effective way to deliver its programmatic activities and started laying the groundwork for a digital transformation. 

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Annual report 2019

In 2019, UPR Info’s work and engagement in the promotion of human rights through the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) was recognized by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation Parliament. The organization continued its efforts to reach a wider range of stakeholders and further build the capacity of its beneficiaries while consolidating and expanding the scope of its three Programmes.

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