UPR 41 Report: Building Capacity of Youth-Led and Youth-Serving Organizations to document and report Human Right Issues of YKPs

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a procedure that involves an evaluation of all United Nations Member States’ human rights records. Under the aegis of the Human Rights Council, each state is given the chance to declare what efforts they have taken to improve human rights circumstances in their countries and to fulfill their responsibilities. The Universal Periodic Review (UPR), one of the Council’s fundamental components, is intended to ensure that all citizens of countries are treated fairly when their human rights situations are evaluated. The ultimate purpose of this mechanism is to improve living circumstances in all countries while also addressing human rights violations wherever they occur.

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