Human Rights Priorities of the United Nations

Tracking UN Condemnation for Human Rights Violations by Specific States

General Assembly, Human Rights Council (formerly Commission on Human Rights),
Commission on Status of Women

UN Resolutions & Decisions Condemning States
for HR Violations (2013-2015): The Top 5

  1. Israel
  2. Syrian Arab Republic
  3. Myanmar
  4. Central African Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Iran, United States of America
  5. Afghanistan, Belarus, Burundi, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Georgia, Guinea, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka
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Resolutions & Decisions (2003-2015)


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Detailed Charts (2013-2015)


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All Tracked UN Bodies

Historical Views (2003-2012)

Year

Type of Action **

State

UN Body


Last updated: December 31, 2012

** Note: Prior to September 2011 the UN system did not clearly demark or assign all individual cases/communications/complaints to each state, so results in this category may vary going forward as a result of this methodological shift. Though these cases are largely driven by the individual, rather than reflecting the priorities, preferences or biases of the UN system and its member states, they are included here where a UN actor chooses to mention, investigate or judge such a case. "Including cases" should be chosen if a result is sought which includes all actions, bearing in mind that the result will reflect greater initiative and pressure from outside the UN system, than if individual cases are excluded.

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