Human Rights Council holds separate interactive dialogues on the human rights situations in Cambodia, Somalia and Sudan / Wax ka ogow arrimaha dowlada lagu dhaliilay iyo arrimaha lagu Amaanay

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Human Rights Council holds separate interactive dialogues on the human rights situations in Cambodia, Somalia and Sudan / Wax ka ogow arrimaha dowlada lagu dhaliilay iyo arrimaha lagu Amaanay

September 27, 2018| Arlaadi Online

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AFTERNOON

GENEVA (26 September 2018) – The Human Rights Council this afternoon continued to discuss its technical assistance and capacity building agenda item and held separate interactive dialogues with the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Cambodia, the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Somalia, and with the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Sudan.

Bahame Nyanduga, Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Somalia, highlighted the plight facing women and young girls, in particular the endemic problem of sexual and gender-based violence and the problem of abductions and forced recruitment of children by Al Shabaab.  Critical challenges that impacted the human rights situation in Somalia were the right to life and other rights.  The continued attacks by Al Shabaab on government officials and institutions, and on the Somalia National Army were a cause of instability and civilians were caught in the cross fire.  Life continued to be lost due to fighting between rival clans and sub clans.  

Speaking as the concerned country, Somalia highlighted the adoption of a collaborative working arrangement with the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Somalia.  Several gains had been made in the area of human rights, including addressing the challenge of gender-based and conflict-related sexual violence; enhancing protection of child rights; enabling a constitutional, policy and legislative environment for women’s political participation; expediting the finalization of the establishment of the National Human Rights Commission in accordance with the Paris Principles; and taking steps to be part of the regional and international human rights legal framework. 

In the ensuing discussion, speakers welcomed the improvement of human rights in Somalia, despite remaining challenges regarding freedom of expression and opinion, internally displaced persons, rights of children, and sexual and gender-based violence.  They congratulated Somalia on its efforts to establish the National Human Rights Commission and to end the public executions of persons sentenced to the death penalty, and commended the Government’s efforts to finalize the Constitution before the 2020 elections.  It was imperative that technical assistance and capacity building for Somalia were strengthened.  Speakers noted that Somalia needed to build a political system based on inclusive politics, embracing all segments of the population, and they encouraged the Federal Government to fully implement the political roadmap for 2020.   

Speaking in the interactive dialogue were European Union, Qatar, United Nations Children’s Fund, Egypt, France, Saudi Arabia, Russian Federation, Netherlands, Italy, Djibouti, China, Australia, Sudan, Venezuela, United Kingdom, Yemen, Botswana, Turkey, Germany, and Mozambique. Read more Presentation of Report by the Independent Expert on the Situation of Human Rights in Somalia

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