UPR Info 's Strategic Plan


The current strategic plan outlines UPR Info's roadmap for the next five years, covering the period 2022-2027.

Since our launch in 2008, we have become the leading centre of expertise on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). While continuing our existing work, we have expanded our efforts to go beyond raising awareness of the UPR to building the capacity of those involved and civil society. We currently provide technical assistance to a wide range of groups. 

These include government bodies, national human rights institutions, parliaments, journalists, academics and legal practitioners.

To improve and refine our operational effectiveness, we have established a robust system of monitoring, evaluation and continuous learning. 

Throughout the implementation of projects, UPR Info adapts its actions to the specific context, drawing on lessons learned at the end of project cycles to inspire the development of new projects.






  1. Enhance the UPR mechanism's impact in advancing the realisation of human rights to ensure that it results in concrete changes on the ground. 




  1.   2. Amplify the voice of rights-holders to raise awareness of emerging and underrepresented   human rights constituencies and issues through the UPR. 

  1. Empower national and international stakeholders to utilise the UPR as an effective tool to improve the promotion and protection of human rights for all.

Strengthening Partnerships

The 2022-2027 Strategic Plan details how UPR Info will collaborate with national and international partners to tackle pressing human rights challenges through the UPR. 

Our partners include OHCHR, UN Agencies, the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, just to name a few,  and several international NGOs. 


We also prioritize partnerships with local organizations to enhance knowledge and bolster the capacity of national actors to implement activities effectively within the local context.


See the full text   here.