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10-08-23 US State Department's record of "Summaries of Civil Society Consultations in Preparation for the UPR of the United States", published by the United States Mission Geneva

10-08-23 US State Department's record of "Summaries of Civil Society Consultations in Preparation for the UPR of the United States", published by the United States Mission Geneva

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The record was published as part of the first ever international review of Human Rights in the United States. The US State Department in its reports to the United Nations entirely ignored that stakeholders' reports and UN staff reports. Instead it produced a report that was largely self congratulatory.
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10-08-23 United States report for the 2010 UPR of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations
http://www.scribd.com/doc/36523304/
The record was published as part of the first ever international review of Human Rights in the United States. The US State Department in its reports to the United Nations entirely ignored that stakeholders' reports and UN staff reports. Instead it produced a report that was largely self congratulatory.
See also:
10-08-23 United States report for the 2010 UPR of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations
http://www.scribd.com/doc/36523304/

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Published by: Human Rights Alert, NGO on Aug 27, 2010
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Summaries of Civil Society Consultations inPreparation for the UPR of the United States
The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique process which involves a review of the human rights records of all 192 UN Member States once every four years. The review of the United States will be in November 2010.As part of its preparation, the Department of State, with other federal agencies, has been conductingconsultations in selected cities across the United States.
Below are the Schedule and Summaries (in PDF format) of UPR Civil Society Consultations.
For more additional information about about the United States’ efforts to prepare for our review at the 2010United Nations Human Rights Council, please see theState Department’s UPR webpage
ew Orleans
Date: Jan. 27, 2010Location: Xavier UniversityHost Organization: Equity and InclusionSummary of New Orleans Consultation*
Washington, DC
Date: Feb. 19, 2010Location: Leadership Conference on Civil and Human RightsHost Organizations: LCCHR, ACLUSummary of Washington, DC Consultation*
YC
Date: Feb 26, 2010Location: Columbia UniversityHost Organization: Columbia University Human Rights InstitutePartner Organizations: National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, UrbanJustice Center Summary of New York Consultation*
El Paso
Date: Mar. 8, 2010Location: Camino Real HotelHost Organizations: Border Network for Human Rights; Human Rights FirstSummary of El Paso Consultation*
ew Mexico
Date: March 16, 2010Location: UNM Law SchoolHost Organization: American Indian Law Center, Navajo NationConsulting Organization: International Indian Treaty Council
8/27/2010 Summaries of Civil Society Consultationusmission.gov//upr-consultation-pa1/2

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