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HUMAN RIGHTS SHOULD BE ESSENTIAL DRIVERS OF NATIONAL POLICY IN EVERY NATION IN THE WORLD. THE GENEVA CENTRE RECOGNIZES THAT INCREASED AWARENESS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IS THE FIRST AND MOST IMPORTANT STEP WE CAN TAKE IN THIS DIRECTION.

The Centre follows and participates in the United Nations meetings of the human rights mechanisms, where it delivers oral statements, produces reports and engages in advocacy activities. To raise awareness about human rights, the Geneva Centre also produces written statements on the occasion of international commemorative days, issues position papers, shares summary reports of international webinars and conferences, and regularly produces videos linked to pressing human rights issues.

GENEVA CENTRE’S STATEMENT ON SYSTEMIC RACISM

2021-05-18T14:16:37+02:002021, March 11th|INVOLVEMENT, STATEMENTS|

On 18 March 2021, the United Nations Human Rights Council held a General Debate under Item 9 "Racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related forms of intolerance". Apart from Member and Observer States, 59 civil society organizations took the floor to deliver oral interventions, including the Geneva Centre who was the first organization on the speaking list.

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY 2020

2021-01-12T16:03:41+01:002020, December 10th|INVOLVEMENT, STATEMENTS|

10 December 2020, GENEVA - Statement issued by the Chairman of the Geneva Centre, Ambassador Ghazi Jomaa. Allow me to recall on this occasion "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights"

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