Communication report and search
OHCHR.org

Communications sent report


   Export to Excel
175 communications found page 5 of 18
Communications report to session 50 of the Human Rights Council, communications sent from 01 Dec 2021 to 28 Feb 2022 and their replies received until 30 Apr 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
    10 Feb 2022
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    JOL
  • minority issues
  • cultural rights
  • housing
Concerns about the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and its compatibility with the State’s international human rights law obligations, including the prohibition of discrimination and the rights of minorities.
Alleged victims: -
More details...
08 Apr 2022
    09 Feb 2022
    Brazil
    JAL
  • racism
  • African Descent
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • health
  • sexual orientation and gender identity
Information received concerning allegations of systemic and structural racial discrimination against Afro-Brazilians that has been exacerbated due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alleged victims: -
More details...
28 Apr 2022
    09 Feb 2022
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    JUA
  • human rights defenders
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • freedom of peaceful assembly and of association
Informations reçues concernant des allégations de menaces de mort contre le défenseur des droits de l’Homme M. Kizito Bin Hangi, en lien avec son travail dans le domaine des droits de l’Homme et ses droits à la liberté d'opinion et d'expression, ainsi qu’à la liberté d’association.
Alleged victims: 1
More details...
    09 Feb 2022
    India
    JAL
  • human rights defenders
  • minority issues
  • religion or belief
  • violence against women
  • women and girls
Information received concerning the alleged repeated attacks against woman human rights defender, Ms. Bindu Ammini, due to her attempts and successes in entering the Sabarimala Temple.
Alleged victims: 1
More details...
    09 Feb 2022
    International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
    JAL
  • housing
  • cultural rights
  • environment
  • food
  • indigenous peoples
  • internally displaced persons
  • poverty
  • water and sanitation
Information received concerning plans for resettlement, forced evictions, home demolitions and additional restrictions to livelihood, which are due to affect by 2027 some 82,000 residents of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, including indigenous Maasai pastoralists. Such plans have allegedly not been consulted with the Maasai people with a view to obtaining their free, prior and informed consent and would jeopardize their physical and cultural survival in the name of “nature conservation”, ignoring the close relationship that the Maasai have traditionally had with their territories, their stewardship role and the root causes of the current threats to the healthy environment of these territories.
Alleged victims: 82001
More details...
27 Apr 2022
    09 Feb 2022
    International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
    JAL
  • housing
  • cultural rights
  • environment
  • food
  • indigenous peoples
  • internally displaced persons
  • poverty
  • water and sanitation
Information received concerning plans for resettlement, forced evictions, home demolitions and additional restrictions to livelihood, which are due to affect by 2027 some 82,000 residents of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, including indigenous Maasai pastoralists. Such plans have allegedly not been consulted with the Maasai people with a view to obtaining their free, prior and informed consent and would jeopardize their physical and cultural survival in the name of “nature conservation”, ignoring the close relationship that the Maasai have traditionally had with their territories, their stewardship role and the root causes of the current threats to the healthy environment of these territories.
Alleged victims: 82001
More details...
06 Apr 2022
    09 Feb 2022
    Nepal
    JAL
  • violence against women
  • health
  • sale of children
  • torture
  • truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence
  • women and girls
Information received concerning allegations of sexual violence perpetrated in 2001 by State agents, in the context of the armed conflict in Nepal (1996-2006), while the victim was 13 years old, and the failure to investigate, prosecute and punish any perpetrators in connection with these crimes, or to provide redress.
Alleged victims: 1
More details...
    09 Feb 2022
    UNESCO
    JAL
  • housing
  • cultural rights
  • environment
  • food
  • indigenous peoples
  • internally displaced persons
  • poverty
  • water and sanitation
Information received concerning plans for resettlement, forced evictions, home demolitions and additional restrictions to livelihood, which are due to affect by 2027 some 82,000 residents of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, including indigenous Maasai pastoralists. Such plans have allegedly not been consulted with the Maasai people with a view to obtaining their free, prior and informed consent and would jeopardize their physical and cultural survival in the name of “nature conservation”, ignoring the close relationship that the Maasai have traditionally had with their territories, their stewardship role and the root causes of the current threats to the healthy environment of these territories.
Alleged victims: 82001
More details...
08 Apr 2022
    09 Feb 2022
    United Republic of Tanzania
    JAL
  • housing
  • cultural rights
  • environment
  • food
  • indigenous peoples
  • internally displaced persons
  • poverty
  • water and sanitation
Information received concerning plans for resettlement, forced evictions, home demolitions and additional restrictions to livelihood, which are due to affect by 2027 some 82,000 residents of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, including indigenous Maasai pastoralists. Such plans have allegedly not been consulted with the Maasai people with a view to obtaining their free, prior and informed consent and would jeopardize their physical and cultural survival in the name of “nature conservation”, ignoring the close relationship that the Maasai have traditionally had with their territories, their stewardship role and the root causes of the current threats to the healthy environment of these territories.
Alleged victims: 82001
More details...
08 Apr 2022
    08 Feb 2022
    Honduras
    JAL
  • executions
  • indigenous peoples
Información recibida en relación con el presunto homicidio de Erick Barú Rivera y las lesiones sufridas por Merlin Allen Dias, Tecsi Jackson López, Sergio Renan Herrera, Franklin Casildo Harris, miembros del pueblo indígena Miskito y otras tres personas, luego del uso excesivo de la fuerza por parte del ejército hondureño el 16 de septiembre de 2021.
Alleged victims: 6
More details...
11 Apr 2022