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Side event at the 48th Session of the Human Rights Council: Digital technologies and human rights in the administration of justice

The use of digital technologies in the administration of justice has significantly increased over the recent years, a trend that has been further accelerated by COVID-19. Virtual courts, the use of algorithms and smart prisons have the potential to enhance efficiency and accessibility but may also carry adverse human rights impacts. This event will provide […]

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Indonesia: ICJ submits report to the CEDAW Committee on Indonesia’s discriminatory laws and practices towards women

Today, the International Commission of Jurists made a submission to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW Committee) in view of its forthcoming review on Indonesia’s implementation of and compliance with its obligations under CEDAW in light of the State party’s eighth periodic report under Article 18 of the Convention. (more…)

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UN: ICJ concerned at impunity for enforced disappearances in Latin America and use of abductions in Turkey

The ICJ expressed concern today at the use of abductions in national security cases in Turkey and the enduring impunity for enforced disappearances in certain Latin American countries, during the interactive dialogue with the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disapparances at the UN Human Rights Council. (more…)

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