Free and fair Palestinian elections that must include East Jerusalem: UN experts | 0 (0)

The first parliamentary and presidential elections in 15 years were scheduled for May and July, respectively. But Palestinian President Mahmoud

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Nelson Mandela: ‘Synonymous with the struggle for justice and equality’ | 0 (0)

Known affectionately as Madiba, Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed Tell Celebrating the general assembly meeting International Nelson Mandela Day solemnly celebrated

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From the Field: A Timeline of the Genocide; Remember the Srebrenica massacre | 0 (0)

Before the 22nd anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre – the biggest atrocity on European soil since World War II –

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Pegasus: Human Rights Compliant Laws Are Necessary to Regulate Spyware 0 (0)

“Various parts of the UN human rights system, including my office, have repeatedly raised serious concerns about the risks of

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Rights experts condemn the “dramatic rise” in attacks on so-called slaves in Mali | 0 (0)

Although Mali outlawed slavery in 1905, the system of “slavery based on descent” still exists, with some people considered slaves

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Myanmar: ‘Terror campaign of brutal force’ targeting human rights defenders, says UN experts | 0 (0)

at statementTom Andrews Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, Mary Lawlor, Special Rapporteur on human rights

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Invitation to “Dignity, Equality, Justice and Human Rights” on Mandela Day | 0 (0)

“Every year, on this day, Nelson Mandela’s birthday, we salute this extraordinary man who embodied the highest aspirations of the

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The rise in the number of prisons leads to overcrowding and the fall of Covid victims | 0 (0)

Released before International Nelson Mandela Day, perhaps celebrating the best political prisoner ever known, the world’s first research data In

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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights calls for immediate release of detained protesters in Cuba | 0 (0)

The massive protests began on Sunday and are the largest in decades, with thousands taking to the streets across the

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Activist priest’s death in custody stains India’s human rights record: UN expert | 0 (0)

Stan Swami, who was 84 years old, was imprisoned last October on terrorism charges that the UN Special Rapporteur has

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‘Removing inequalities’ to end the COVID pandemic: UNAIDS | 0 (0)

according to UNAIDS Update 2021People with HIV are more likely to be infected with severe HIV COVID-19 disease and death,

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UN expert warns of reversal of the Covid epidemic is fueling a “perfect storm” in Myanmar | 0 (0)

at statementAnd the Special Rapporteur Tom Andrews said “emergency” assistance to Myanmar was badly needed to save lives. “The highest

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UN reports ‘leap forward’ in regulating DNA-altering technology for all | 0 (0)

“Human genome editing has the potential to enhance our ability to treat and cure diseases, but the full effect will

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A new United Nations report reveals the impact of the Corona virus on human trafficking | 0 (0)

The study also assesses how frontline organizations respond to challenges and continue to provide essential services, despite constraints across and

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Myanmar: From political crisis to ‘multidimensional human rights disaster’ – Bachelet | 0 (0)

Speaking in the 47th session of Human Rights CouncilMichelle Bachelet emphasized that the situation in the country had developed from

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OHCHR expresses grave concern over the reported killing of protesters in the Kingdom of Eswatini | 0 (0)

The unrest first began in Africa’s last absolute monarchy, in May, when students took to the streets to demand accountability

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Belarus: Continued “total assault” on civil society amid massive human rights violations | 0 (0)

The independent expert appointed to monitor the country said Monday that Belarus has experienced an unprecedented human rights crisis over

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Significant gender equality forum concludes with revolutionary commitments and a plan to advance parity by 2026 | 0 (0)

Nearly $40 billion in new investment has been pledged, as well as political commitments and ambitious programs from governments, civil

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The Rights Council hears that internet cuts are now ‘entrenched’ in certain regions | 0 (0)

Processing Human Rights Council In Geneva, the Special Rapporteur Clement Vol He warned that lockdowns are now “longer lasting” and

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Historic forum declares that women should not be ‘cracked into a small corner’ 0 (0)

“Gender equality is fundamentally about power and authority in a world that is still largely male-dominated, with a culture that

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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: Urgent action needed to end ‘inhumane conditions’ faced by Haitian prisoners 0 (0)

The document published on Wednesday, based on visits by UN staff to 12 detention centers at the beginning of 2021,

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Urge Malian authorities to “break the cycle of impunity” for human rights violations | 0 (0)

Repeated attacks over the past six months by groups such as the Supporting Group for Islam and Muslims (JNIM) and

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Despite progress, terrorist threats continue to exist and diversify | 0 (0)

By exploiting social grievances and gender stereotypes, the “war against terrorism itself has done harm,” inspiring single actors and wooing

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UN human rights office highlights police reforms to tackle systemic racism | 0 (0)

Among the new measures proposed by the High Commissioner Report On racial justice and equality, authorities are urged to reassess

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WHO guidance on artificial intelligence to improve health care and mitigate risks worldwide | 0 (0)

Like all new technologies, AI can also be misused and cause harm. warm Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World

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