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Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos Evento sobre la "Criminalización de la protesta en #Nicaragua" para la sesión 39 del Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la #ONU

Organizado por la Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos y Right Livelihood Award: The 'Alternative Nobel Prize'

Panelistas:
Thelma Brenes, hija de reo político en Nicaragua
Marcos Carmona, secretario ejecutivo de la Comisión Permanente de Derechos Humanos de Nicaragua -CPDH
Denis de Jesús Darce Solís, sociólogo y abogado de la CPDH
Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos was live.
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Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos CRIMINALIZACIÓN DE LA PROTESTA EN NICARAGUA
Evento paralelo a la 39o sesión del Consejo de Derechos Humanos
Fecha y hora: viernes 21 de septiembre, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Lugar: Sala XXIV, Palais des Nations, Ginebra, Suiza
21.09.2018 at 01:28 amMe gusta
Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos Live now! “#Militarization of Public Security: Federal Intervention in #RiodeJaneiro, #ExtrajudicialExecutions, and #Risks to #HumanRightsDefenders” at the UN Geneva

"Evento Paralelo sobre #militarização da segurança pública e situação de defensores de direitos humanos no Brasil"

Speakers:
-Camilla Asano (Conectas Direitos Humanos)
-Renata Neder (Anistia Internacional Brasil)
-Pablo Nunes (Observatório da Intervenção)
-Eliana Silva (Redes da Maré - Somos Todos Maré)
-Monica Benício (Marielle Franco’s Partner)
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Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos “From Documenting Violations to Preparing for Prosecutions: How can the UN respond effectively to crimes under international law in situations of crisis?” Side event at the #HRC39 at UN Geneva
Organised by the International Commission of Jurists and the NL Mission in Geneva
Opening Remarks: Ambassador Monique T.G. van Daalen, Permanent Mission of the Netherlands
Moderator: Saman Zia-Zarifi, Secretary General, International Commission of Jurists
Panelists:
- Catherine Marchi-Uhel, Head, International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism (IIIM) for Syria,
- Yasmin Sooka, Chairperson, Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan,
- Sanji Monageng, former Judge/Vice-President of the International Criminal Court - ICC, and Commissioner of the ICJ,
- Stephen Rapp, Chair, Commission for International Justice & Accountability (CIJA), Distinguished Fellow, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, and former United States Ambassador-at-Large for Global Criminal Justice,
- Kingsley Abbott, ICJ Senior Legal Adviser (Global Accountability), formerly with the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon
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Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos La RIDH hizo una declaración ante el Consejo de Derechos Humanos llamando a una más grande visibilización de los informes de comunicaciones de los procedimientos especiales.
Los obstáculos principales dentro del Consejo de Derechos Humanos para mejorar de manera e caz la situación en materia de derechos humanos, en particular los de las víctimas, la importancia de darles voz a través de las comunicaciones y el rol que la comu­nidad internacional puede desempeñar en la lucha contra la impunidad y en mejorar la situación de los derechos humanos en el terreno.
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Today, the RIDH issued a statement before the Human Rights Council calling for greater visibility of Special Procedures' communications reports. Special Procedures are quasi-judicial mechanisms of importance to rights-holders because they do not require the exhaustion of domestic judicial remedies.
The main obstacles within the Human Rights Council to effectively improve human rights in the field, particularly the rights of victims of grave human rights violations and the importance of giving them a voice through communications; and the role that the international community can play in fighting against impunity for serious human rights violations and improve human rights situation on the ground.
You can watch the intervention here: http://webtv.un.org/watch/item3-general-debate-contd-14th-meeting-39th-regular-session-human-rights-council-/5835753417001/#t=33m48s
17.09.2018 at 08:46 pmMe gusta
Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos Live now! Side Event #HRC39 "Applying a #WomenCentered approach to access to #Justice" at the UN Geneva

Monday 17 September, 14.00 – 15.00pm
Palais des Nations, Room XXIV

This panel discussion will address barriers for women accessing justice and look at ways to implement a women-centred approach to address these issues, considering ways to ensure that #GenderIssues are robustly integrated into #HumanRights investigations and judicial mechanisms and are properly implemented by the actors operating within these areas.

Moderator
-Saman Zia-Zarifi, Secretary General of the International Commission of Jurists.

Panellists
- Lisa Gormley, Research Officer, Centre for Women, Peace and Security, The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE
- Meera Maharjan, Lawyer and Legal Officer for Resilience for Sustainable Empowerment (RISE)
- Justice Sanji Monageng, Former Justice and Vice President of the International Criminal Court and ICJ Commissioner.

Event organized by the International Commission of Jurists in co-ordination with the Permanent Mission of Germany to the UN, and UN Women.
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Applying a women-centred approach to access to justice.
Monday 17 September, 14.00 – 15.00pm.
Palais des Nations, Room XXIV.
This panel discussion will address barriers for women accessing justice and look at ways to implement a women-centred approach to address these issues, considering ways to ensure that gender issues are robustly integrated into human rights investigations and judicial mechanisms and are properly implemented by the actors operating within these areas.
Discriminatory legislation can prevent women from accessing the justice mechanisms that should be available to them particularly where these same mechanisms may then be used against them, for example a woman afraid to report rape if she may be prosecuted for adultery.
In addition, mechanisms that are not inherently discriminatory may become so in the way they are interpreted and applied. Prejudices of judicial actors can constitute a major obstacle to women’s access to justice and undermine even the most protective of laws.
Moderator
Saman Zia-Zarifi, Secretary General of the International Commission of Jurists
Panellists
Lisa Gormley, Research Officer, Centre for Women, Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science
H.E. Athaliah Lesiba Molokomme, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other International Organizations in Geneva, Botswana
· Justice Sanji Monageng, Former Justice and Vice President of the International Criminal Court and ICJ Commissioner

Event organized by the International Commission of Jurists in co-ordination with the Permanent Mission of Germany to the UN, and UN Women.
17.09.2018 at 01:38 pmMe gusta
Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos Side Évent Palais des Nations , 20 septembre , sale XXVII, 12:30 PM, livefacebook Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos17.09.2018 at 01:31 pmMe gusta
Red Internacional de Derechos Humanos #ONU Evento 39 sessão do Conselho de Direitos Humanos da ONU em Genebra SuíçaRed Internacional de Derechos Humanos was live.14.09.2018 at 07:45 pmMe gusta