The United Nations Correspondents Association held an on-the-record conversation with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein on Thursday, August 2nd in the context of the 70th anniversary on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and before he leaves office at the end of August 2018.
The discussion was moderated by the UNCA President and SABC News Correspondent, Sherwin Bryce-Pease, and the High Commissioner took questions from a full room of over 70 journalists.
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#Myanmar's military shouldn't even be allowed to purchase "camouflage underwear." - @SAdamsR2P Quote of the day from today's #Myanmar press conference on more than 205 NGOs urging the UN Security Council to finally authorize a global arms embargo. #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar twitter.com/SAdamsR2P/stat…
A serious topic, but I stand by my silly off-the-cuff comment that we want a global arms embargo to stop #Myanmar's military buying another bullet, bayonet, rifle or even "camouflage underwear" for their soldiers. #NotOneBulletMore https://t.co/1MeKiDt0dW— Simon Adams (@SAdamsR2P) May 5, 2021
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More than 3 years ago, Bryan Chavez hugged his mom goodbye inside an immigration office, scared that he would never see her again.— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 5, 2021
On Tuesday, the pair were among the first families separated during the Trump administration to be reunited under Biden.https://t.co/V81A2kQ3Ng pic.twitter.com/PK9RLtdzTo