• Highlights of the 33rd UPR Session: SDGs, Climate Change and LGBTI rights

    The 33rd Working Group for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) held its sessions from 6-17 May 2019. The human rights situation in the following fourteen states was reviewed: Norway, Albania, Democratic Republic of Congo, the Ivory Coast, Portugal, Bhutan, Dominica, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Brunei Darussalam, Costa Rica, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Qatar, and Nicaragua. In total, 1,271 statements and 3,328 recommendations were delivered, with an average of 91 speakers and 238 recommendations per review.
  • Pre-Sessions Programme & Communications Internships

    Internships at UPR Info

    Internships are vital to UPR Info and we strive to provide a unique learning experience that fully engages interns in meaningful work. Reporting to the Programme Manager, interns at UPR Info are given significant responsibilities, including tasks to perform both independently and in cooperation with other team members.

    We are currently recruiting for two positions:

  • UPR Info active on Instagram, handle @UPR_Info

    PR Info is now officially active on Instagram! Find us at the handle @UPR_Info. Come on over and follow us to learn about the different work of our team members, for deeper insight on our in-country work, and for updates on our other programmes! We look forward to interacting with you and sharing what we do through our expanded social media presence.