29 July 2015 GENEVA (29 July 2015) A group of United Nations human rights experts have called on Pakistan to halt further executions and to commute without delay the sentences of those on death row, as the toll in hangings have raised significantly ... United Nations Office at Geneva, 6 days ago
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL HOLDS INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES OF LAWYERS, AND THE RIGHT TO HEALTH - United Nations Office at Geneva, 1 month ago
DEATH PENALTY: Rights groups urge Pakistan to call off juvenile execution - Noodls, 1 month ago
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BURUNDI: UNITED NATIONS EXPERTS CALL FOR DETERMINED SECURITY COUNCIL ACTION TO PREVENT MASS VIOLENCE IN THE GREAT LAKES REGION
16 July 2015 GENEVA (Issued as recieved) A group of United Nations human rights experts* today urged the Security Council to take immediate action to prevent Burundi from sliding back into violent conflict ahead of presidential elections, a crisis ...United Nations Office at Geneva, 2 weeks ago Burundi: UN experts call for determined Security Council action to prevent mass violence in the Great Lakes region Nigerian Voice, 2 weeks ago Pakistan Urged to Call Off Juvenile Execution Due in Hours Common Dreams, 1 month ago UN Experts Call on Pakistan to Halt Juvenile Execution Next Week Common Dreams, 1 month ago
16 July 2015 The escalating pattern of politically motivated violence in Burundi demands a response from the United Nations Security Council before the hostilities can evolve into wholesale atrocities, a group of the Organization's independent ...United Nations, 2 weeks ago Burundi: UN experts urge UNSC action amid mounting violence GlobalSecurity.org, 2 weeks ago UN Experts Urge Security Council Action Amid Mounting Violence AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago
MIL OSI Source: Nations Unies Droits de Ihomme Press Release/Statement: Headline: GENEVA (16 July 2015) United Nations human rights experts* today called on the Chinese authorities to stop what appears to be targeted police harassment and ...Foreign Affairs.co.nz, 2 weeks ago LAWYERS NEED TO BE PROTECTED NOT HARASSED UNITED NATIONS EXPERTS URGE CHINA TO HALT DETENTIONS United Nations Office at Geneva, 2 weeks ago Serious implications of ruling against Maldives Human Rights Commission Noodls, 1 month ago Government defends Supreme Court's HRCM ruling Minivan News, 1 month ago
A New Delhi-based human rights NGO has called upon the UN human rights council to condemn a Maldives Supreme Court judgment barring the human rights watchdog from communicating with foreign organisations without government oversight. In a letter ...Minivan News, 1 month ago UAE committed to human rights outlined in UN report Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago Maldives top court curbs human rights watchdog's powers MENAFN, 1 month ago Supreme Court renders human rights watchdog toothless Minivan News, 1 month ago
UAE must reform its justice system to bring it up to international standards, reports a senior UN legal expert, as she voices concerns about torture, and un-warranted arrests. Torture of detainees, arrest without warrants and unfair trials remain ...Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, 1 month ago
The parents of two-year-old New Zealand triplets killed in a mall fire in Dohar three years ago say a United Nations report criticising the delays and lack of due process in the case should be a wake up call for the Qatari legal system. Jane ...Radio New Zealand, 1 month ago
MIL OSI Source: Nations Unies Droits de Ihomme Press Release/Statement: Headline: GENEVA (18 June 2015) The treatment of children in judicial proceedings, both civil and criminal, is not satisfactory if not unacceptable, United Nations ...Foreign Affairs.co.nz, 1 month ago A JUSTICE SYSTEM THAT FAILS CHILDREN ULTIMATELY ALSO FAILS SOCIETY, UN RIGHTS EXPERT WARNS United Nations Office at Geneva, 1 month ago
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The arbitrary and unlawful arrest and prosecution of journalists and activists in Iran weakens the protection of human rights of all in Iran, a United Nations expert said today. "Silencing these critical voices is unacceptable - it undermines ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago SILENCING JOURNALISTS AND ACTIVISTS WEAKENS PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAN, UNITED NATIONS EXPERT WARNS United Nations Office at Geneva, 1 month ago
Two criminal court judges who sentenced ex-president Mohamed Nasheed to 13 years in jail in a widely criticised trial have been appointed to the High Court today. Judges Abdulla Didi and Sujau Usman took the oath of office at a surprise ceremony ...Minivan News, 1 month ago
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