ERI Active During 41st Human Rights Council Session

Br Bernard Gazire delivers a statement on behalf of ERI during the Human Rights Council session

ERI delivered a series of statements during the recently concluded Human Rights Council (HRC) session in Geneva.

These included :-
– a statement regarding access to education in India as part of the interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education. You can view the statement via the HRC webcast (commencing at no.4)

– a statement as part of the interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty following his visit to the United Kingdom. You can view the statement via the HRC webcast (commencing at no.43)

– a joint statement with Vivat International on domestic violence in Kenya as part of the item 3 general debate. You can view the statement via the HRC webcast commencing at no.43) 

– a statement on access to education for children with disabilities in Zambia as part of the item 3 general debate. You can view the statement via the HRC webcastcommencing at no.51) 

– a statement on Australia’s treatment of asylum seekers on behalf of the Edmund Rice Centre in Sydney. You can view the statement via the HRC webcast (commencing at no.9)

– a statement on the adoption of the UPR report of Uruguay which focussed on the high drop-out rate from the education system. You can view the statement via the HRC webcast(commencing at no.16) 

In addition ERI co-sponsored statements delivered by our partners including the International Catholic Centre in Geneva (CCIG) on proposed budget cuts impacting the work of the Human Rights Council, and a side-event on the ‘Climate Crisis, Poverty and Human Rights.’

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