Joint Appeal on Open Science by UNESCO, WHO, CERN and UN Human Rights
A Technical Assistance Team was mandated by the UN Human Rights Council to support judicial investigations into serious crimes in the Kasai provinces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We follow the team’s forensics investigators on one of their visits to a location where a massacre took place. #StandUp4HumanRights
Rape: a monstrous crime

#OpenScience is a fundamental matter of human rights” – UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet makes a joint call with the heads of UNESCO, World Health Organization (WHO) and CERN to ensure open, inclusive and collaborative science.

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We have been following with concern the shrinking of democratic space in #Tanzania, with worrying reports of intimidation, harassment, arbitrary arrests and physical attacks against political opponents, journalists, women rights defenders and other activists. We call on all relevant actors to ensure that the elections take place in a peaceful, inclusive and participatory manner, with people being able to cast their votes free of fear and intimidation.

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