A/HRC/28/63 Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, Michel Forst
40th Session of the Human Rights Council
Clustered Interactive Dialogue with Special Rapporteur on Cultural Rights
Action Canada for Population and Development & Association for Women’s Rights in Development
1st of March
HRC40 - Interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on Cultural Rights
HRC40 - Item 3: Interactive Dialogue Special Rapporteurs on the situation of Human Rights Defenders and Torture
HRC28 - Item 3: Clustered ID with the SR on Torture and the SR on HR Defenders
28th Session of the UN Human Rights Council
23 March, 2015
Item 8: Follow-up and implementation of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action
Statement by Action Canada for Population and Development
UPR Submissions - 33th session
HRC31 Special Rapporteur on The Situation of Human Rights Defenders
HRC34 Item 3: Report of the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association
HRC25: High-Level Dialogue on Sexual Violence in DRC
Thank you Mr. President.
I make this statement on behalf of the Sexual Rights Initiative.
We welcome Security Council Resolution 2122, which invites the Secretary General to commission a global study on the implementation of Resolution 1325. We also welcome HRC Resolution 24/27, highlighting the persistence of a very high level of cases of sexual violence, used as a weapon of war in conflict, and the recommendations contained therein.
UPR Submissions - 3rd session
HRC31- Statement on Human Rights Defenders
Human Rights Council 31st session
Item 6 Universal Periodic Review – Rwanda
Statement by Action Canada for Population and Development
Item 3: Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders
HRC34 - Item : Universal Periodic Review Outcomes: Zimbabwe
HRC34 - Togo’s Universal Periodic Review
HRC34 - Item 3: Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders
Mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders
24st session of the Human Rights Council
HALF/DAY ANNUAL PLENARY PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE INTEGRATION OF A GENDER PERSPECTIVE
Panel “Civil society’s contribution to the integration of a gender perspective in the work of the Human Rights Council and its mechanisms”
Room XX - Palais des Nations, Geneva 12 september 2013, 10:00-13:00
Ms. Mozn Hassan Executive Director, Nazra for Feminist Studies (Egypt)
The 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council took place from February 25th to March 22rd, 2019.
Here are statements the Sexual Rights Initiative has made during the 39th session of the Human Rights Council.
September 10, 2018
Item 3: Clustered interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery and the Independent Expert on democratic and equitable international order.
Thank You Mr President,
The African Court denies civil society access to justice and fails to pronounce on the independence of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights
The 34th session of the UN Human Rights Council took place from the 27th of February to the 24th of March 2017. Here is an overview of resolutions, panel, oral statements and side events related to sexual rights that took place during the session.
The 34th session of the UN Human Rights Council will take place from 27 February to 24 March 2017. Find below information about anticipated sexual rights-related resolutions, panels and reports, UPR outcomes and parallel events taking place during the 34th session.
Thank you Mr. President, Action Canada makes this statement on behalf of the Sexual Rights Initiative.
The 31st session of the UN Human Rights Council took place from the 29th of February to the 24th of March 2016. Here is a recap of sexual rights related resolutions, panels, statements and events at the session.
The 31st session of the UN Human Rights Council will take place from the 29th of February to the 24th of March 2016. Find below information about anticipated sexual rights-related resolutions, panels and reports, UPR outcomes and parallel events taking place during the 31st session.
Partners in the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) coalition – Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights, Akahata, Coalition of African Lesbians, CREA, Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, and Federation for Women and Family Planning – condemn the detention of Egyptian journalist Hossam Bahgat by the military police.
During the 28th session of the UN Human Rights Council, the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) collaborated with national-level organizations and advocates to deliver oral statements regarding outcomes from the Universal Periodic Review ‘s (UPR) of Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, El Salvador and Madagascar. Responses were also prepared for Egypt and Iran but not delivered due to time limitations
The 28th session of the UN Human Rights Council will take place from the 2nd to the 27th of March 2015.
CREA is happy to announce the release of its new publication: Achieving Transformative Feminist Leadership: A Toolkit for Organisations and Movements.
The Toolkit aims to help individuals and organisations dedicated to advancing a feminist social change agenda–an agenda based on the belief that all development and social justice must be rooted in gender and social equality. The Toolkit is part of CREA’s continuous endeavour to strengthen feminist leadership of women and grassroots organisations, seeking to further the transformative goals of the feminist movement.
Human rights have surged to the forefront of the debate about what will succeed the Millennium Development Goals in 2015. As human rights and social justice organizations worldwide, we feel compelled to lay out some of the baseline implications of embedding human rights into the core of the sustainable development agenda this time around.