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Universal Periodic Review Reports 2010

11/08/10

UPR Report on Solomon Islands

On 8 November 2010 Franciscans International and the Marist Solidarity International submitted a joint-UPR report on the Solomon Islands to the UN to be considered during the 11th Session of the UPR Working Group in May 2011. It highlighted concerns on the right to education.


10/08/10

UPR Report on Papua New Guinea

In October 2010 Franciscans International and partners submitted a joint-UPR report on Papua New Guinea to the UN to be considered during the 11th Session of the UPR Working Group in May 2011. It highlighted concerns on the Right to Education and the Rights of People with Disabilities.


07/21/10

UPR Report on Australia

In July 2010 FI and partners submitted a joint-UPR report to the UN on the human rights situation of Australia. It specifically highlights concerns for Indigenous affairs, the rights of refugees and asylum seekers, and climate change.

Related News:
Read the Follow-Up Oral Statement on the UPR Australia


05/21/10

UPR Report on Kenya

In May 2010 FI and partners submitted a joint-UPR report to the UN on the human rights situation of Kenya. The report highlighted concerns for: the right to adequate housing, rights to food and safe drinking water, gender (including the situation of single mothers and domestic violence), right to education, right to health, Good Governance and Rule of Law to Achieving Lasting Peace (including peace building, administration of justice and human rights), and conditions in prisons.

Related News:
Read the Oral Statement on Kenya submitted to CEDAW in 2011


04/14/11

FI Submits UPR Report on USA

In April 2010, FI submitted a joint written UPR report for the Universal Periodic Review of the USA. The report highlighted certain issues including: Homelessness and the right to adequate housing; Migrant workers (the mandatory detention and administration of justice); Human Trafficking; Mining and its impact on the right of indigenous people to the highest attainable standard of health and to clean water; and the Right to food and genetic engineering (GE).

 


04/14/10

UPR Report on Malawi

In April 2010, FI submitted a joint UPR Report on Malawi. It addressed four main human rights concerns: Human trafficking and sexual exploitation; the right to health concerning HIV AIDS; the right to an adequate standard of living (extreme poverty); and the right to education.


04/14/10

UPR Report on Croatia

In April 2010, FI submitted a UPR Report on Croatia. It addressed three main concerns: The right to palliative care; the right to social security for the homeless and the right of the child especially in the media.

During the presentation of the UPR of Croatia to the UN on 8 November 2010, several Permanent Missions endorsed and addressed a number of FI's concerns and recommendations.