Outrage: U.N. Elects Genocidal Sudan to Top Human Rights Body

PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2012 — UN Watch, the Geneva-based non-governmental human rights group, called on UN chief Ban Ki-moon, rights commissioner Navi Pillay, U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice and the EU’s Catherine Ashton to condemn today’s U.N. election of “genocidal, misogynistic and repressive” …

Issue 390: U.N. Elects Genocidal Sudan to Top Human Rights Body * U.S., EU, U.N. Leaders are Silent

U.N. ELECTS GENOCIDAL SUDAN TO TOP HUMAN RIGHTS BODY UN Watch Urges U.S., EU, U.N. Chief to Speak Out     U.N. Elects Al-Bashir’s Genocidal Sudan to Top Rights Body NEW YORK, Nov. 8 – UN Watch, the Geneva-based non-governmental human rights group, urged UN chief Ban Ki-moon, rights …

Issue 164: Fiasco in the Making: UN Set to Reopen Durban Anti-Racism Conference

Headlines: Fiasco in the Making: UN Set to Reopen Durban Anti-Racism Conference European Parliament to Host Anti-Israel Hate-Fest UN Tampers with Official Records to Cover Up Human Rights Council Illegalities UN Chief Rebuked by Islamic States ECOSOC Endorses Chinese Retaliation Against NGOs Supporting Taiwan, …

U.N. Endorses Chinese Retaliation Against NGOs Supporting Taiwan

PRESS RELEASE Liberal International suspended, but gay rights groups win victory Geneva, July 20, 2007 —   Amid a series of rulings today affecting NGOs, the U.N.’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) slammed Liberal International with a one-year suspension, blocking the umbrella group of Liberal parties …

Issue 32: ECOSOC asks its NGO committee to revisit one of its recommendations and Iran presents a report to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has ordered the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations to revisit its recommendation that Christian Solidarity International have its status revoked. Analysis: Giving the Committee until mid-September to come up with a new recommendation on the fate of Christian …