The investigation was triggered after Black community members in an open letter called for an end to the practice of carding and questioned its legality. Most people who spoke at a community meeting in the Halifax North End library doubted that racial profiling is part and parcel of police street checks. At that time the NSHRC suggested that it expected the initial data review to be concluded sometime in July, and that at that time a report would be issued containing the data analysis report as well as hopefully a framework for next steps.
Criticism[ edit ] The Commission was repeatedly criticized for the composition of its membership. In particular, several of its member countries themselves had dubious human rights records, including states whose representatives had been elected to chair the commission. The desire of states with problematic human rights records to be elected to the Commission was viewed largely as a way to defend themselves from such attacks.
These countries had extensive records of human rights violations, and one concern was that by working against resolutions on the commission condemning human rights violations, they indirectly promoted despotism and domestic repression.
For example, July 30,it was the United Nations Security Councilnot the Commission, that passed a resolution —by 13—0, with China and Pakistan abstaining—threatening Sudan with unspecified sanctions if the situation in the Darfur region did not improve within the following 30 days.
The commission had also come under repeated criticism from the United States for its unwillingness to address other human rights concerns. Inthe United States was voted off the commission by the other member states, many of whom have been criticized for their human rights violations,[ citation needed ] and in Syria put forward a proposal to discuss US war crimes in Iraq.
But journalist Anne Applebaum wrote, "the European Union and the United States aren't exempt from blame, either", citing their hesitance in voting to criticize Russia's actions in Chechnya.
Of the member commission, 40 countries voted yes, five voted no, and seven abstained. Although widely reported that the resolution condoned resistance to Israel by "all available means, including armed struggle", the resolution itself does not contain those words. The sub-commission was charged with "determin[ing] whether adequate grounds existed for detaining persons on the grounds of mental ill-health".
The guidelines that resulted have been criticized for failing to protect the rights of involuntary patients.AN ANALYSIS OF STATE COMPLIANCE WITH THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE AFRICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN AND PEOPLES’ RIGHTS By Lirette Louw A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of.
As well, given the grave concerns about racial disproportionality in child welfare, the OHRC is concerned that Indigenous, Black and other racialized children may not equally enjoy the rights provided for under international human rights standards.
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