02.04.2014

25th Session of the Human Rights Council

The Human Rights Council held its 25th regular session from 3 - 28 March 2014 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. Iceland raised a number of issues during the session, including the importance of combatting violence against children and women and upholding the rights of LGBT persons. In that vein, Iceland criticized a highly controversial anti-homosexuality law in Uganda. Along with 41 Member States, Iceland condemned Russia's military action in the Crimea which flagrantly violated Ukraine's right of self-determination. Iceland also held a cross-regional statement on behalf of 27 countries on the Human Rights Situtation in Egypt.

Below you can see all statements and resolutions supported by Iceland during the 25th session. 

 

General Segment:
 
Panel Discussions:
 
Item 2: Annual report of the HC and the reports of the OHCHR
Statements:
 
Resolutions:
 
Item 3: Promotion and Protection of human rights
Statements:
 
Resolutions:
 - Torture
 
Item 4: Human Rights situations that require the Council's attention
Statements:
 
Resolutions:
 - Syria
 - Myanmar
 - Iran
 
Item 5: Human Rights bodies and mechanisms
 
Item 6: Universal Periodic Review
 
Item 8: Follow-up to and implementation of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action
 
Item 9: Durban Declaration and Programme of Action
 
Item 10: Technical Assistance and Capacity Building
 
 
 

 

 

 



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