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  • [UPR Trax] :No5: Back to work

    On Monday, the Human Rights Council (HRC) will start its 12th session. Between 23 and 25 September, it will adopt the UPR Working Group reports from the 5th session (4-15 May 2009), namely of: Central African Republic, Monaco, Belize, Chad, Congo, Malta, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Chile, Viet Nam, Uruguay, Yemen, Vanuatu, Macedonia, Comoros and Slovakia.

  • [UPR Trax] :No3: 5th session at a glance

    On Friday 15 May, the Working Group (WG) on the Universal Periodic Review concluded its fifth session. Held from 1 to 15 May, the WG reviewed the following States:

    Central African Republic, Monaco, Belize, Chad, Congo, Malta, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Chile, Viet Nam, Uruguay, Yemen, Vanuatu, Macedonia, Comoros and Slovakia.
     

    The fifth session ran smoothly in comparison with session 4 where problems with the list of speakers were encountered.

  • [UPR Trax] :No2: UPR 5th session starts today

    Today started the Fifth session of the UPR Working Group. Sixteen States will be reviewed over the next two weeks: Central African Republic, Monaco, Belize, Chad, Congo, Malta, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Chile, Viet Nam, Uruguay, Yemen, Vanuatu, Macedonia, Comoros and Slovakia.

    You can now watch the reviews live on UPR-info.org. During those two weeks, do not hesitate to consult our website for up-to-date information, news and documents.

    Over the month of April, several events were noteworthy.

  • [UPR Trax] :No1: UPR-Info launches the first newsletter related to the UPR!

    UPR Info is please to introduce you with its first newsletter and, by the same occasion, the first newsletter ever on the UPR. For over a year now, UPR Info has strived to develop new ways to keep the actors of the UPR informed about the latest developments in the process, from the changes in the modalities to the upcoming deadlines and the newly released documents. We have done so through our website entirely dedicated to the process and three key steps :
     

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