Resources and Media

Statement/Press Release

US Working Group Statement for UNWGEPAD 20th Session

The UN General Assembly proclaimed 2015-2024 the International Decade for People of African Descent ( resolution 68/237 ) www.un.org/en/events/africandescentdecade . In January 2016, the US Human Rights Network helped coordinate the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent visit to the US. In September 2016, USHRN coordinated...
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Statement/Press Release
Video

WATCH: USHRN Statement at HRC34

We submitted this video & written statement to the debate on racial profiling and incitement to hatred, including in the context of migration (in commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination) at the 34th Session of the UN Human Rights Council on March 17, 2017 #FightRacisms...
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Resources & Media

Training Call
Powerpoint

UPR Webinar - March 2015

Copy of the PowerPoint Presentation from the March 11, 2015 webinar, "How to Advocate Effectively in Geneva and Stateside for the Universal Periodic Review." Speakers included Ejim Dike, USHRN Executive...
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Training Call

Webinar Recording: How to take your human rights story to the UN via UPR

Check out this webinar from December 11, 2014 to learn about the #UPR process, explore opportunities for advocating here in the U.S. and in Geneva, and discover examples of strategies...
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Training Call
Powerpoint

To Geneva and Back: Webinar PowerPoint

PowerPoint presentation of the Feb.12 ICCPR webinar on how to present your human rights issues on a global stage
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Training Call
Podcast

To Geneva and Back: Webinar Audio

Audio of the webinar on how to present your issues on the global stage - February 12.
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