WEEK 3 OF THE 48TH SESSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL (27th September - 1st October)
Today marks the end of the third week of the United Nations Human Rights Council’s 48th regular session, which takes place from the 13th of September to the 1st of October 2021.
During this session, the Human Rights Council considered various relevant issues, including intimidation and reprisals, arbitrary detention, racism, enforced disappearances, climate change and the right to a healthy environment, water and sanitation, and the rights of indigenous peoples and people of African descent, etc.
Furthermore, the Council provided a platform to address the grave human rights situations in States including Afghanistan, Burundi, China, Ethiopia, Libya, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Syria and Venezuela, etc.
27TH SEPTEMBER - DAY 11 :
Statements from countries (general debate) on country situations
Annual discussion on Integration of a Gender Perspective (HRC res. 6/30)
Interactive Dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on rights of indigenous peoples
28TH SEPTEMBER - DAY 12 :
Annual Panel on Rights of Indigenous Peoples (HRC res. 18/8 & 45/12)
Interactive dialogue with Expert Mechanism & Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
29TH SEPTEMBER - DAY 13 :
Panel discussion on human rights education
Interactive Dialogue with the Expert Mechanism on Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Secretary General's report on reprisals
30TH SEPTEMBER - DAY 14 :
Interactive Dialogue with the Advisory Committee
Statements from countries (General Debate)
Adoption of Universal Periodic Review reports from UPR38 (Namibia, Niger, Mozambique, Estonia, Belgium, Paraguay, Denmark, Somalia, Palau, Solomon Island, Seychelles, Latvia, Singapore, Sierra Leone).
1ST OCTOBER - DAY 15 :
Adoption of Universal Periodic Review
Report of the High Commissioner on allocation of water resources in Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem.
OTHER PANEL DISCUSSION
For more information on the details of the session, visit : https://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/HRC/Pages/Sessions.aspx
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