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Individual Oral Statement on Pakistan

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pakistanWe are deeply concerned that in Pakistan women’s health rights appear to be neglected.

Pakistan: Oral statement on the outcome of Pakistan under the UPR

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Pakistan faces a number of human rights challenges which relate to Pakistan’s internal struggles in the process of democratisation, questions of gender equality, empowerment of women as well as the fight against terror that since its launch in 2001 has become a central point for human rights violations.

Oral Statement on Britain

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We believe that secure society cannot be built on compromising on due process on human rights and civil rights.

MONITORING THE UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL: Minorities - Second session of the Human Rights Council

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A summary of the activity of the Human Rights Council during its second session, (18 September - 6 October and 27 - 29 November 2006).

Monitoring the UN Human Rights: Defamation of Religions - Second session of the Human Rights Council

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A summary of the activity of the Human Rights Council during its second session, (18 September - 6 October and 27 - 29 November 2006).

Monitoring the UN Human Rights Council: Racism - Second session of the Human Rights Council

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A summary of the activity of the Human Rights Council during its second session, (18 September - 6 October and 27 - 29 November 2006).

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