The ICJ urges the UN Human Rights Council to address human rights violations in Sri Lanka

The ICJ urged the Council to address the Sri Lankan authorities’ limitations on access to internally displaced persons, maintenance of internment camps through unjustifiable restrictions on freedom of movement.

The ICJ also urged the Council also to establish a group of independent experts on Zimbabwe – to help its Government investigate past and on-going human rights violations, prevent violence and boost full observance of human rights.

In addition, the ICJ denounced the fresh human rights violations in Iran following the disputed presidential election and called on the Government of Nepal to implement court-ordered arrests of military officials.

ICJ Intervention under Item 4 on Human Rights Situations-Open Letters-2009 (full text, PDF)

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