Human Rights Report 2022
The UN Human Rights Report 2022 presents the progress achieved in 2022 against the targets set out in the OHCHR Management Plan 2018-2021, which was extended through 2023, and includes an overview of management, funding and expenditure as well as detailed results from the field and headquarters.
As humanity navigates these complex and interconnected crises, we face crucial decisions on how, and when, to act. Now more than ever, we must remember that we have more in common than we may think.
This is the underlying notion that gave birth to human rights – the idea of a shared humanity, that every individual has inherent rights and freedoms, and that we all bear responsibility to care for one another.
Over the coming years, it is my sincere hope that we can build on our past achievements, unleashing an even greater potential for human rights to achieve peace, freedom and a sustainable future for everybody.
UN Human Rights around the world
(Santiago de Chile) Central America
(Panama City) Bolivia Argentina Uruguay Brazil Paraguay Peru
Peru Ecuador Barbados Trinidad and Tobago Guyana Bosnia
Herzegovina Montenegro Serbia Europe (Brussels) Geneva Ukraine Republic of Moldova Bangladesh Nepal Sri Lanka Maldives Malaysia Cambodia Pacific (Suva) Timor-Leste Philippines OHCHR Field-based structure
(Seoul, Republic of Korea) Mongolia Central Asia
(UNMIK) Russian Federation Republic of North Macedonia South Caucasus
(Tbilisi) Middle East and
North Africa (Beirut) Jordan Saudi Arabia Yemen UN Human
Rights Training and
for South-West Asia
and the Arab Region
(Doha) Iraq (UNAMI) Lybia (UNSMIL) Burundi
Rwanda Uganda South Sudan
(Pretoria) Bahrain Lesotho Zimbabwe Malawi Madagascar Kenya Somalia (UNSOM) East Africa (Addis Ababa) UN Sub-Regional
Center for Human
of the Congo
(MONUSCO) Nigeria Liberia Guinea Burkina Faso
G5 Sahel Niger
G5 Sahel Mali
G5 Sahel Gambia West Africa (Dakar) Sudan
Tunisia Syria - based in Beirut State of
Palestine New York Samoa Papua New Guinea Kazahkastan Equatorial Guinea The Republic of the Congo Mozambique
Mozambique Eswatini Zambia Guinea-Bissau Sierra Leone Uzbekistan Tajikistan Afghanistan (UNAMA) Colombia South-East Asia (Bangkok) Myanmar – based in Bangkok
Myanmar – based in Bangkok