Urgent debate on Afghanistan - 31st Meeting, 50th Regular Session of Human Rights Council
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Summary

Urgent debate on human rights of women and girls in Afghanistan

Description

Opening statements:

  • Ms. Michelle Bachelet, High Commissioner for Human Rights,
  • Mr. Richard Bennett, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Afghanistan
  • Ms. Fawzia Koffi, First Woman Vice President of the Afghan Parliament, Former member of the peace negotiation team with Taliban and Human Rights activist

-SPEAKERS-

  • Afghanistan (Country Concerned), Mr. Nasir Ahmad Andisha
  • Iceland, Ms. Thordis Kolbrun Reykfjord Gylfadottir
  • Czech Republic (on behalf of the European Union), Ms. Jitka Brodska
  • Kazakhstan (on behalf of a group of countries), Mr. Yerlan Alimbayev
  • Pakistan (on behalf of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation), Mr. Khalil Hashmi
  • Qatar, Ms. Juhara Alsuwaidi  
  • Luxembourg, Mr. Marc Bichler
  • Germany, Mr. Hans-Peter Jugel
  • France, Mr. Jerome Bonnafont
  • Lithuania, Mr. Darius Staniulis
  • Mexico, Ms. Francisca E. Méndez Escobar
  • Czech Republic, Ms. Jitka Brodska
  • Indonesia, Mr. Febrian Ruddyard
  • Japan, Mr. Yamazaki Kazuyuki
  • Republic of Korea, Mr. Lee Taeho
  • Pakistan, Mr. Khalil Hashmi
  • Montenegro, Ms. Slavica Milacic
  • Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Mr. Felix Pena Ramos
  • Brazil, Mr. Tovar da Silva Nunes
  • India, Mr. Indra Mani Pandey
  • Paraguay, Mr. Walter Jose Chamorro Miltos
  • Finland, Ms.  Sari Lehtiranta
  • China, Mr. Cvhen Xu
  • Namibia, Ms. Julia Imene-Chanduru
  • Ukraine, Ms. Yevheniia Filipenko
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ms. Simon Manley
  • Nepal, Mr. Mani Prasad Bhattarai
  • Malaysia, Mr.  Ahmad Faisal Muhamad
  • Poland, Mr. Łukasz Różycki
  • Argentina, Mr. Christian Matías Machuca
  • United Arab Emirates, Ms. Lubna Qassim Mohamed Yousouf Albastaki
  • United States of America, Ms. Michele Taylor
  • Marshall Islands, Mr. Samuel K. Jr. Lanwi
  • Netherlands, Mr. Paul Bekkers
  • UN Women, Ms. Adriana Quinones
  • Portugal, Mr. Rui Macieira
  • Ecuador, Mr. Alejandro Davalos
  • Canada, Ms. Tamara Mawinney
  • United Nations Children's Fund, Ms. Anne Grandjean
  • Uruguay, Ms. Carla Giovanoni Pérez
  • Australia, Ms. Amanda Gorely
  • Spain, Ms. Aurora Díaz-Rato Revuelta
  • Costa Rica, Ms. Shara Duncan Villalobos
  • International Development Law Organization, Mr. Mark Cassayre
  • Norway, Ms. Anniken Enersen
  • Croatia, Ms. Vesna Batistić Kos
  • Ireland, Mr. Michael Gaffey
  • Peru, Ms. Sonia Tincopa
  • Austria, M. Christoph Wieland
  • Estonia, Ms. Katrin Saarsalu-Layachi
  • Romania, Ms. Maria Mihailescu
  • Slovenia, Mr. Damir Devčič
  • New Zealand, Ms. Lucy Duncan
  • Switzerland, Mr. Jürg Lauber
  • Belgium, Mr. Tom Neijens
  • Chile, Ms. Montserrat Fuentes
  • Viet Nam, Ms. Le Thi Tuyet Mai
  • Albania, Ms. Ravesa Lleshi
  • Greece, Mr. Panayotis Stournaras
  • Turkey, Mr. Sadık Arslan
  • Malta, Mr. Christopher Grima
  • Egypt, Mr. Ahmed Moharam Ahmed Soliman
  • Timor-Leste, Ms. Maria de Lurdes Bessa
  • Italy, Mr. Gian Lorenzo Cornado
  • UNFPA, Ms. Monica Ferro
  • Sweden, Ms. Anna Jardfeldt
  • Bulgaria, Mr. Yuri Sterk
  • Cyprus, Mr. Christos Makriyiannis
  • Maldives, Mr. Asim Ahmed
  • Russian Federation, Mr. Artur Chernyakov
  • Israel, Ms. Adi Farjon Israel
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of), Mr. Seyed Mohammad Sadati Nejad