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UPR: Spain, 21st Session, 2014

The report examines Spain’s compliance with its international human rights obligations, covering: gender based violence, treatment of ethnic and religious minorities, treatment of  immigrants, unlawful detention, and law enforcement abuse.
Focus of the Spain UPR 2014 Report:

Violence Against Women / Reproductive Rights

Situation of Ethnic Minorities

Situation of Migrants -Work, Law Enforcement Interaction

Religious Freedom

 

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