Statements

The right to education: follow-up to Human Rights Council resolution 8/4.

Oral statement HRC XVII session. Item 3: The right to education: follow-up to Human Rights Council resolution 8/4. 

 

Merci Mr le Président

Je parle au nom de la plateforme d’ONGs sur le droit à l’éducation et tiens tout d’abord à saluer le travail accompli par le nouveau rapporteur spécial, Mr Singh, durant les premiers mois de son mandat, tel qu’il apparaît dans son premier rapport au Conseil des Droits de l’Homme, aux paragraphes 1 à 5.

PROVA

The Human Rights Council adopted on the 17th of March the Universal Periodic Review outcomes of Myanmar, in which the situation of human rights in the country has been portrayed and where States have given their recommendations on ways to improve the human rights situation.

Responsible Juvenile Justice : Dominicans calls the UN and Member States to take action

The administration of juvenile justice in many countries faces various challenges, including punitive approach negative impacts as well as lack of quantitative and qualitative indicators to measure, evaluate and monitor progress made. Dominicans call the UN and Member States to take action.

Update of Human Rights in Sri Lanka : Follow up of the UPR process

Togather with several other faith based organizations, the Dominican Délégation to the United Nations expresses its views on four key human rights issues in Sri Lanka: 1) Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs); 2) Peace and Reconciliation; 3) the Rights of the child; 4) Persons with disabilities.

(see attachment for full statement)

Páginas

Subscribe to Statements