Indiaâ€™s 2012 UPR Examination: No Commitment on Enhancing Human Rights but a Mountain to Climb
AbstractOn 24th May 2012, the United Nations Human Right Council reviewed Indiaâ€™s human rights record during the 13th session of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in Geneva, Switzerland. This was Indiaâ€™s second review under the UPR. This report briefly provides information about the questions raised at the UPR session, the recommendations made by the member States from all the Regional Groups of the United Nations, analyses the responses of the Government of India and impact of the UPR on India. [ACHR Report]. URL:[http://www.achrweb.org/UN/HRC/IndiaUPR2012.pdf].
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India; Human Right Council; United Nations; Domestic anti-Torture Law; death penalty; ILO; children; child sexual exploitation; child labour; child forced labour and child trafficking (Canada); children; exploitation; free and compulsory primary education;
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