More than 40 different country situations of concern will be put under the international spotlight at the Human Rights Council’s landmark 50th session beginning on Monday, in Geneva. Created in 2006, the forum is the most important multilateral body for advancing people’s freedoms, which recently has included strong and unequivocal action against racism and the challenges posed by climate change.
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