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2024 Thematic Report to the 79th Session of the UN General Assembly

Presented by Olimpia Guidi and Sarah Kuipers Human rights organisations and NGOs play a crucial role in monitoring the impact of sanctions on human rights and providing support to affected

Examining Contemporary Forms of Slavery: Implications for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Populations

Presented by Samantha Orozco and Ariel Ozdemir In the complex landscape of United States prison labour, there exist six primary categories of prison labour, namely maintenance work within carceral facilities,

Towards Global Justice: Advocating for a Moratorium on the Death Penalty

Presented by Sarah Kuipers, María Núnez Fontán and Ariel Ozdemir In 2020, 37 states voted against at the UNGA res 75/183 on the use of the death penalty, one of

Special Rapporteur on Right to Development – Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

Presented by Merve Tiregul, Olimpia Guidi, Ruth Tesfay and Veronica Grazzi The right to development for children refers to ensuring that children have access to the necessary conditions for their

Digital Technologies in Justice Administration: Human Rights Report to the General Assembly

Presented by Daphne Rein and Maria Samantha Orozco In recent years, there has been an increase in the use of new technologies to administer justice in the Netherlands. To give

Call for Submissions: UN Report of the Rapporteur on Violence on Women and Girls in Sport

Presented by Sara Rossomonte and Olimpia Guidi Online violence, such as cyberbullying and harassment on social media, compounds these challenges, impacting mental health and well-being. viii Violence against women in

Addressing the situation of women’s rights in Cambodia

Presented by Ioana-Sorina Alexa and Olimpia Guidi Education emerges as a crucial factor in addressing this disparity. The Cambodian Women’s Leadership Institute, established in 2009, offers training programs to enhance

Addressing poverty in a post-growth era and preparing for future Development Goals

Presented by Olimpia Guidi Brazil’s departure from sole reliance on GDP is a testament to its commitment to capturing a more comprehensive understanding of societal advancement. i Brazil’s departure from

WORLD EDUCATION REPORT 2023

At Broken Chalk, we believe that education is not just a privilege, but a fundamental right for every person on this planet. That is why our team of dedicated individuals

Consequences of US economic sanctions in the Middle East

Presented by Caren Thomas and Maria Samantha Orozco This report was drafted by Broken Chalk to contribute to the call for inputs to analyze the consequences of US economic sanctions

Efforts to combat racism in the Asia Pacific region

Presented by Alexia Kapsampeli This report was drafted by Broken Chalk to contribute to the call for inputs to analyze the status of the rights situation of Africans and people

Current status on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Presented by Caren Thomas, Francisca Rosales and Samantha Orozco This report was drafted by Broken Chalk to contribute to the call for inputs to analyze the status of the rights