Human Asia has hosted the Asia Human Rights Forum on an annual basis since 2006.
The forum seeks to conceptualise solutions on various regional human rights issues. Human rights activists, scholars, government officials and international organisations come together to identify
and contemplate possible solutions to regional problems, and better understand trends in human rights research and strategies in Asia.
The Asia Business and Human Rights Center (ABHRC) seeks to protect and promote human rights#
for all individuals within the context of regional corporate activity, for an inclusive and open Asia. It aims to create an information sharing database platform and community,
and provide professional council for implementing rights-centered business in Asia. View more
The Young Human Rights Activists Workshop is designed to support young human rights activists gain greater
international understanding and professional competence on human rights issues in Asia Through educational training sessions and dialogue with regional experts and activists,
the workshop helps young people gain the skills necessary to lead the future human rights movement in Asia.
The East Asia Young Activists Networking (EAYAN) Program seeks to help rising activists work
collaboratively and holistically towards finding solutions to pressing human rights concerns in East Asia.
It aims to both strengthen the capacity and networks of human rights activists, and foster and maintain cross-cultural cooperation
to the end of establishing a regional consensus on human rights protection in Asia.