Human Rights Council

HRC38: Item 2 – General Debate

High Commissioner, the United States thanks you for your service and advocacy in addressing human rights and fundamental freedoms around the world over the past four years.

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HRC38: Clustered Interactive Dialogue on Sexual Orientation and Identity and on the Rights to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Association

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The United States welcomes the report of Victor Madrigal, the Independent Expert on Combatting Violence and Discrimination based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

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Clustered Interactive Dialogue with Independent Expert on Sexual Orientation and Identity and Special Rapporteur on the Rights to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Association

The United States welcomes the report of Victor Madrigal, the Independent Expert on Combatting Violence and Discrimination based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

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U.S. Explanation of Vote – HRC 28th Special Session on Gaza

The United States strongly and unequivocally opposes the proposal before us today, and we call for a vote on the resolution.

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U.S. Statement at the HRC Special Session on Gaza

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The United States remains concerned over the recent outbreak of violence along the Gaza fence.

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U.S. Statement at UPR Review of Cuba’s Human Rights Record

U.S. Statement at the Universal Periodic Review of Cuba 30th Session May 16, 2018 As Prepared for Delivery Michele Roulbet The United States welcomes the Cuban delegation. The April presidential transition again robbed the Cuban people of any real choice in shaping their country‚Äôs future; the same actors are in charge, many just with different […]

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U.S. Statement at the UPR of Cameroon

The United States welcomes the Cameroonian delegation and appreciates its active participation in this important process.

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U.S. Statement at the UPR of Azerbaijan

We are troubled by deterioration of human rights and fundamental freedoms since the last UPR in 2013.

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U.S. Statement at the UPR of Bangladesh

The international community appreciates the Government of Bangladesh for hosting Rohingya refugees and welcomes its commitment to a voluntary, safe, and dignified repatriation process that includes the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and relevant international agencies.

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U.S. Statement at the UPR of Russia

We are deeply troubled by restrictions on the rights of members of the political opposition, independent media, civil society, and religious and other minority groups in Russia.

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