The Presidential Commissioner for Human Rights and Attention to Victims, Humberto Prado, reported that all those who have been victims of human rights violations can register and access the Single Registry of Victims through the website: www.comisionadoDDHH.org.ve
The Sole Registry of Victims is a statement made by people who consider that their human rights were violated and for which they must report all the information detailing the circumstances, time and place where the victimizing events took place.
According to Art. 51 of the Constitution; Every person has the right to address requests before any authority, on matters within their competence, to obtain timely and adequate response.
1. To provide legal assistance.
2. To offer psychological assistance.
3. To provide accompaniment before public bodies, national or international, responsible for restoring the violated right.
How to register?
– Step 1
Enter the website of the Presidential Commissioner for Human Rights through the link: https://comisionadoddhhv.org/
– Step 2
Once on the page, you must click on the ribbon or banner that is identified as the Single Victim Care Record.
– Step 3
Fill out the form with your personal data and identify the violation you were a victim of on the unfolding rights tabs.
– Step 4
Select the button that says SEND and your data will be recorded.
All the records made by the victims are under strict confidentiality, to be processed only by the team of experts of the Commission on Human Rights and Attention to Victims.
In mid-August, the foundations of the Commission for Human Rights and Victims’ Services were laid with the design of the structure, program, lines of action and victims’ register services.
-Collaboration with the Registry of Care for Victims (Colombia)
-Regional Boards of the Commission on Human Rights and Victims Care
As of March, the Commission will establish the creation of Regional bureaus in 11 states of the country divided in five regions.
1. Andean Region: Merida and Tachira
2. Central Region: Carabobo and Lara.
3. Capital Region: Greater Caracas (Miranda, Vargas and Metropolitan Area).
4. Eastern Region: Anzoátegui and Bolívar.
5. Western Region: Falcon and Zulia.