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Communications report to session 51 of the Human Rights Council, communications sent from 01 Mar 2022 to 31 May 2022 and their replies received until 31 Jul 2022. Some names of individuals or other information have been rendered anonymous or otherwise unidentifiable.
Date, Country,
Type and
ref. no. of
communication
Mandates Summary Replies
received
    22 Mar 2022
    Türkiye
    JUA
  • executions
  • sexual orientation and gender identity
  • torture
Information received concerning the alleged imminent deportation of a person from Turkey to the Islamic Republic of Iran where he may risk the death penalty.
Alleged victims: 1
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16 May 2022
16 May 2022
16 May 2022
16 May 2022
    21 Mar 2022
    Egypt
    JAL
  • human rights defenders
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • freedom of peaceful assembly and of association
  • terrorism
Information received concerning charges against Mr. Patrick Zaki, and a travel ban against, and the continued freeze of assets as well as pending charges against Mr. Gasser Abdel Razek, Mr. Karim Ennarah, and Mr. Mohamed Bashir, as well as a travel ban against and a freeze of assets of Mr. Hossam Bahgat, founder of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR).
Alleged victims: 6
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    21 Mar 2022
    Türkiye
    JAL
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • terrorism
Information we have received concerning the charges against and alleged arbitrary arrest and detention of journalist Ms. Sedef Kabaş in relation to critical comments she made about H.E President Erdoğan on television and on social media.
Alleged victims: 1
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20 May 2022
    18 Mar 2022
    Kazakhstan
    JAL
  • human rights defenders
  • arbitrary Detention
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • freedom of peaceful assembly and of association
Information received about the detention of Mr. Lukpan Akhmedyarov.
Alleged victims: 1
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16 May 2022
    17 Mar 2022
    Egypt
    JAL
  • human rights defenders
  • arbitrary Detention
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • freedom of peaceful assembly and of association
  • health
  • terrorism
Information received concerning the violations of due process and fair trial standards in the sentencing of human rights lawyer, Mohamed El-Baqer by Egypt’s Emergency State Security Misdemeanours Court in December 2021; the continued inclusion of his name on the terrorist watch list despite lack of evidence; his continued pre-trial detention in connection with another case; and the threat of a long term prison sentence.
Alleged victims: 1
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    17 Mar 2022
    Mexico
    JAL
  • arbitrary Detention
  • human rights defenders
  • women and girls
información recibida en relación con los alegatos de investigaciones penales y otros actos de intimidación y represalia por cooperar con las Naciones Unidas en la esfera de los derechos humanos en México, en contra de Salvador Leyva Morelos Zaragoza, Verónica Jazmín Berber Calle y Elvira Claudia Mejía Hernández, en particular, por haberse desempeñado como defensores de los derechos humanos de la Sra. Brenda Quevedo ante el Grupo de Trabajo sobre la Detención Arbitraria y por haber ejercido acciones destinadas a la implementación de la opinión 45/2020.
Alleged victims: 3
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10 Oct 2022
    17 Mar 2022
    Tunisia
    JAL
  • disappearances
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • independence of judges and lawyers
  • torture
Informations reçues concernant l’usage excessif de la force lors des arrestations et des disparitions forcées alléguées de MM. Noureddine Bhiri et Fathi Beldi, dans le cadre d’une mesure d’assignation à résidence, ainsi que les mesures de représailles qui auraient été prises à l’encontre de M. Abdelrazzak Al Kilani, l’avocat de M. Bhiri.
Alleged victims: 3
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08 Jun 2022
    14 Mar 2022
    General Min Aung Hlaing
    JAL
  • internally displaced persons
  • executions
  • food
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • housing
  • minority issues
  • racism
  • religion or belief
  • violence against women
Information received concerning violations of human rights and international humanitarian law committed in the context of Tatmadaw operations across Myanmar, which have included deliberate attacks against civilians, summary executions, indiscriminate attacks on population centers, arbitrary detentions, the widespread destruction of civilian homes and structures and the looting of civilian property, gender-based violence against women, including sexual violence, the use of civilians as human shields, the occupation of medical facilities and threats against healthcare workers, the obstruction of humanitarian aid, the use of starvation as a weapon of war, the targeting of religious personnel and persecution of minorities and individuals based on their perceived religious affiliation, and mass forced displacement with limited prospects for durable solutions.
Alleged victims: 441500
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    14 Mar 2022
    World Health Organisation
    JAL
  • violence against women
  • health
  • women and girls
Information received concerning the inadequate response by the World Health Organization (WHO) to allegations of sexual exploitation and abuses during the 10th Ebola response in North Kivu and Ituri, the Democratic Republic of the Congo from August 2018 to June 2020 that may have prevented a fair and thorough investigation of crimes of sexual harassment, exploitation, and abuse, allegedly committed by persons who are WHO personnel and contractors and may have weakened the accountability for these crimes allowing perpetrators of these crimes to go unpunished.
Alleged victims: -
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20 May 2022
    11 Mar 2022
    Iran (Islamic Republic of)
    JAL
  • health
  • Islamic Republic of Iran
  • minority issues
  • terrorism
  • torture
Information received concerning the lengthy prison sentences against Mr. Kamal Sharifi and Mr. Hamzeh Darwish, two Iranians from the Kurdish and Sunni minority respectively, after they were both convicted of moharebeh (taking up arms to take lives or property and to create fear in the public). There are serious concerns in both cases related to due process, adherence to fair trial guarantees, alleged use of torture to extract forced confessions, and their health condition while in detention.
Alleged victims: 2
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20 Jun 2022