What is the World Court of Human Rights?

It is an institution that acts as a resource for those who wish to seek judicial review in response to instances of human rights abuse. The WCHR will review all submitted cases and will adjudicate accepted cases in accordance with UN human rights related conventions, the broader body of human rights related conventions, generally accepted human rights customs and practices, and all relevant case law. In so doing, the Court will thus create a comprehensive and consistent body of human rights laws.