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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.”
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Blog Report: VENEZUELA TO QUIT HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP? By Ambassador Mo
UN officials expressed their concern & encouraged Venezuela not to withdraw from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR). “Regional human rights bodies play a very important role in the promotion & protection of human rights mechanisms & reinforce universal human rights standards and treaties,” stressed spokesperson for UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. –More–
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