Ongoing discussion at UN Security Council on human rights situation may set in motion action against leader Kim Jong Un.
North Korea refuses to attend as UN Security Council takes up its human rights for 1st time http://t.co/3nde6KGNBy pic.twitter.com/mGOdYaqdbe — Yahoo Canada News (@YahooCanadaNews) December 22, 2014
A shocking UN display promotes the elimination of Israel. Introductory Poster, UN Nakba Exhibit, Palais des Nations, Geneva, 2014. (photo credit:PR) The UN Human Rights Council displayed a display at their headquarters in Geneva last month that promoted the elimination … Continue reading ?
Crunch time. Palestinians are pushing for action against the occupation from the UN Human Rights Council and the UN Security Council. Will the US finally do a gamechanger, and abstain?
UN General Assembly askes Security Council to refer North Korea to the ICC in The Hague over alleged rights abuses.
A key U.N. panel condemned human rights atrocities in North Korea and recommended the Security Council refer the abuses to the International Criminal Court - but that isn't going to happen in the foreseeable future. Still, North Korea...Show More Summary
Mike Brown, Sr. traveled to Geneva this week to speak to the United Nations Human Rights Body. The UN Human Rights Council consists of a collection of reputable regimes including Algeria, indonesia, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Cuba. Mike Brown, … Continue reading ?
The UN Security Council should sue North Korea in the International Criminal Court (ICC) for ongoing crimes against humanity, the UN’s top investigator said. He urged firm action against the regime’s long list of human rights violations against almost all the country’s 24 million people, including arbitrary detention, torture, executions and prisons camps. “This would [...]Show More Summary
The report states: “Sport and the Olympic ideal can also be a means to advance the cause of peace, promote development and combat all forms of discrimination. Sport is important in promoting human rights worldwide through interaction between different people and races. Show More Summary
Resolution A/HRC/27/L.7 on the Safety of Journalists by the UN Human Rights Council Another day, another dead journalist; or so seems to be the trend in the media profession following recent news of the brutal beheading of an Israeli-American journalist, Stephen Sotloff, by Islamic State militants in Syria on 2nd September 2014. This Resolution seeks to […]
Today marked an important step in efforts to protect journalists, with the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva unanimously adopting a new resolution on the safety of journalists. Resolution 27/L7 reiterates, and strengthens the 2012 resolution (A/HRC/RES/21/12) agreed on by the same body....
Earlier this year, a commission of inquiry established by the UN Human Rights Council issued a devastating report on human rights in North Korea. In addition to estimating that between 80,000 and 120,000 North Koreans are currently being held in … Continue reading ?
The United Nations Human Rights Council Working Group on Arbitrary Detention strongly condemned Iran for jailing American pastor Saeed Abedini. He is currently serving his second year of an eight year sentence because he practiced his Christianity in the Muslim country. Show More Summary
Anti-gay countries are trying to use the UN’s Human Rights Council to exempt themselves from LGBT rights obligations. The post United Nations Under Pressure to Protect ‘Traditional Families’ Over Individual Rights appeared first on The Good Men Project.
“We must break the silence” on the shameful scourge of contemporary slavery, said archbishop Silvano Maria Tomasi yesterday in Geneva at the 27th session of the UN Human Rights Council. Tomasi is the Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations Office in Geneva. Show More Summary
Written by Doug Powers On Tuesday, ISIS beheaded another American journalist, and the JV team will now be the focus of the United Nations: The United Nations Human Rights Council decided Monday to send a fact-finding team to Iraq to investigate possible war crimes by Islamic extremists after hearing senior human rights officials detail mass […]
Human Rights Council decides to send team to investigate abuses and crimes, including massacres and forced conversions.
Before Israel or Hamas signed a ceasefire agreement, the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva assembled a kangaroo court led by a blatantly anti-Israel judge to investigate international law abuses.