The International Coalition for Human Rights stemming from the United Nations was established by a private initiative, and it is not subject to government influence and does not carry out public tasks.
2. It has a goal that does not mean achieving profits, that is, if the organization achieves any profits, they are not distributed to members, but are used in activities that seek to achieve the goals of the organization.
3. Do not use or encourage violence and do not have clear links to crime
4. It has a formal existence, a statute, a structure and a democratic representation, and does not necessarily have a legal personality under national law.
The UN International Human Rights Coalition seeks to preserve the political process of all legitimate participants in societal conflicts in which human rights violations occur. This independent focus distinguishes human rights groups from sectarian, partisan, and trade union groups, whose primary goal is to protect the interests of their members. Human rights groups are often confused with charities and organizations that represent particular lobbies, while all seek to distinguish themselves from political movements involved in conflicts that often cause human rights abuses.