Report by South Sudan Human Rights Commissioners details grave human rights violations and abuses, including ethnically-motivated killings of civilians and extreme violence against women and children.
Through their work, these panelists bear witness to the suffering of the Syrian people and give hope for a just and peaceful end to the conflict.
Human Rights Council 34: Interactive Dialogue with Asma Jahangir, Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran Statement of the United States of America As Delivered by William J. Mozdzierz Head of Delegation Director for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs Bureau of International Organization Affairs Geneva, Switzerland March 13, 2017 Thank you Mr. President. The United […]
The United States commends the Special Rapporteur for his report highlighting the need for justice and accountability for the egregious human rights violations and abuses committed by the DPRK government.
We support the promotion of cultural diversity, pluralism, tolerance, cooperation, and dialogue among people from all cultures.
The United States is pleased to join consensus on this resolution concerning the realization of economic, social, and cultural rights.
We are pleased the resolution recognizes that the same rights that people have offline must also be protected online, […]
The United States has serious concerns and questions about the focus and intention of this resolution.
The Human Rights Council adopted by consensus a resolution on Sri Lanka reflecting continued strong commitment to peace, justice, […]
The United States is troubled by anti-democratic actions in Cambodia such as the jailing of opposition politicians and civil […]
We welcome cooperation with the High Commissioner and thank him for his unwavering advocacy to promote the protection of […]
Sri Lanka has taken important steps toward implementing its key human rights, justice, and reconciliation commitments.
The human rights situation remains deeply concerning.