Iran: Oral statement on the closure, by the Iranian government, of...


The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) welcomes the closure, by the Iranian government, of the Kahrizak detention centre.

Iraq: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review 01 September 2009

The human right framework in Iraq is undermined not only by weak adherence to international human rights obligations but also Iraq’s criminal justice process fails to meet the most basic standards of fairness and prisoners’ rights.

China: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review 01 September 2008

In this submission the Islamic Human Rights Commission raises concern in relation to the right to freedom of expression and freedom of religion in China.

Oral intervention: Human rights situation in Palestine and other occupied Arab...

Israel and its leadership have a kind of super impunity that they enjoy which allows them to violate all international standards and laws which they wish to violate.

Afghanistan: Oral statement on the outcome of Afghanistan under the UPR


Approximately 630 Afghans and other foreign nationals including 9 juveniles are imprisoned without charge by the US government at the Bargram prison which clearly shows that US military airbase in Afghanistan is outside the protection of international human rights law.

Arab Republic of Egypt Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review...

IHRC highlights concerns about human rights violations in the Arab Republic of Egypt, including the right to a fair trial in terms of arbitrary detention and torture and freedom of expression and association

Oral Intervention: Racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia , follow-up and implementation of...

The IHRC found the Durban Review Conference dominated by unproductive, often acrimonious, wrangling that too often prevented substantive civil society engagement on issues that included state sponsored racism, occupation, discriminatory practices and their spurious justifications.

Nigeria: Oral statement on the outcome of Nigeria under the UPR


Many trials in Nigerian Sharia court fail to conform to international standards of fairness and do not respect due process even as defined by Sharia legislation.

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