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Mapping Discrimination Reports

UPR: Fiji, 20th Session, 2014

Drawing on ICAAD’s research, this submission highlights issues of structural discrimination that impactwomen and minorities. Furthermore, the research examines Fiji’s compliance with its international human rights obligations on the issues of: violence against women, women in the labor market, the unfair treatment of ethnic minorities, the LGBTIQ community, and […]

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UPR: Kiribati, 21st Session, 2014

The report examines Kiribati’s compliance with its international human rights obligations covering: Violence Against Women Gaps in Legislation Around Women’s Rights and Protection Interference with the Judicial Process by Cultural Norms of Apology & Reconciliation. Other Factors Contributing to VAW

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UPR: Italy, 20th Session, 2014

Drawing on ICAAD’s research, this submission highlights issues of structural discrimination that impact women and minorities. The research examines Italy’s compliance with its international human rights obligations, covering: women in the labor market, violence against women, human trafficking, and unfair treatment of Roma, Sinti, and Travellers, the […]

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UPR: France, 15th Session, 2013

United Nations Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review: France The International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD) submits its analysis on Law No. 2004-22 of Mar. 15, 2004 (also known as the French Headscarf Ban) as a contribution to the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of UNHRC member-state […]

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