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Human Rights Council

 

XIX Session of the Human Rights Council

29 February to 23 March 2012

 

IARF has two involvements in this 2012 session:

 

1     Written & Oral Statements 

Written Statements to the  Human Rights Council (HRC) exist as a means for NGOs to directly lobby the HRC’s member states. The Statements are intended to highlight specific thematic issues or country situations. They are also one of the best ways to show support for the work of specific Special Rapporteurs (in fact, the Special Rapporteurs’ reports rely much on information received from NGOs).

The HRC also provides for a specific interactive dialogues (around 2-3 hours) involving NGOs giving also 2-minute Oral Statements highlighting key issues of their greatest concern, directly after a Special Rapporteur has presented her/his report.
This year the  Report was given on 6th March. IARF joined with Civicus in the following statements:

 

2     NGO Panel Series on Human Rights Education in Practice     1-page flyer, PDF
        In parallel with the 19th Session of the Human Rights Council 
        Palais des Nations, 15th March 2012

Co-sponsored by the Platform for Human Rights Education & Training in the Human Rights Council with the following member States: Costa Rica, Italy, Morocco, Philippines, Senegal, Slovenia & Switzerland.

This panel series is one of the key activities of the NGO Working Group on Human Rights Education & Learning of which IARF is one of the key members.

Panel 2: “Human Rights Education in Formal Settings”   1-page flyer, PDF 
Organised by IARF in conjunction with the Kennedy Centre for International Studies 

This topic focuses on our experience in providing HRE training in universities & colleges primarily in India.

 

 


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