Archives for posts with tag: MinorityRights

Blog Report: MAKING INFORMAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS WORK, By Ambassador Mo
“Evidence in this Report illustrates the direct bearing such systems can have on women & children’s legal empowerment, covering issues from customary marriage & divorce to custody, inheritance, & property rights.” The Report titled, Informal Justice Systems: Charting a Course for Human Rights-Based Engagement, urges informal justice systems “may be more accessible than formal mechanisms & may have potential to provide quick, relatively inexpensive & culturally relevant remedies.”
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/making-informal-justice-systems-work/56564Image

Blog Report: IMPOSED ETHNIC DIVISIONS IN BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA REVIEWED BY HUMAN RIGHTS RAPPORTEUR, By Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
The current convoluted & dysfunctional education & political systems based on ethnic delineations is neither meeting aspirations of citizens or standards of a progressive society. Concluding a 9 day visit & review of Bosnia & Herzegovina’s human rights records, United Nations expert on minority issues, Rita Izsák provided her assessment.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/imposed-ethnic-divisions-in-bosnia-herzegovina-reviewed-by-un-human-rights-rapporteur/56473Image