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▪️The Universal Periodic Review meeting of the #HumanRights situation in #Namibia has now concluded.
▪️106 States participated in the meeting
▪️The report of the UPR Working Group on Namibia is set to be adopted on 7 May at 15.00 CET
Minister of Justice Yvonne Dausab notes that #Namibia
▪️Accepted 82% of 219 recommendations during 2nd UPR in 2016
▪️Launched Int'l Women's Peace Centre in Windhoek highlighting role of women in peace & security
In reflecting on #WPFD2021 #PressFreedom commemorations in thr land of the brave,
Journalists @TuyeimoHaidula and Jimmy Natangwe engages on the importance of Press Freedom & guarantees for information for public good.
We stand with journalists around the world — now more than ever. #FollowLocalJournalists and show your support to the reporters on the frontlines telling the stories that matter. https://twitter.com/TwitterNews/status/1389203316857622528
As the Chair of @FO_Coalition, Finland promotes human rights online. On the occasion of #WorldPressFreedomDay today, Finnish Human Rights Ambassador @RaunoMerisaari sent his greetings to the Windhoek conference attendees.