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I am planning to attend the Danish Foreign Affair meeting UN Universal Periodic review about Denmarks Human Right record - to criticise and draw their attention to the horrendous torture Im subjected to for prolonged time Directed Energy Weapons and Mind Control
The heading What is the Most Serious Human Rights problem in Denmark
thursday 23/9 l. 17.15 to. 20.15
Copenhagen Universitet, Center Lokale CSS 1.1.18
豷ter Farimagsgade 5, 1017 Copenhagen K
INVITATION Danish Institute Human Rights and and Danish Foreign Affairs opens doors to a series of hearings on Denmark's upcoming UN degree in human rights. The first two hearings will take place in Copenhagen and Aarhus - and you can give your input.
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Next year, Denmark for the first time for the exam in the UN Human Rights Council. It happens during the so-called Universal Periodic review of the English shortened UPR.
The intention of the UPR is that all UN member states within a four-year period in consultation with other Council members yesterday in a dialogue about their human rights record. And the second May 2011 is thus Denmark's turn to take to task.
As a basis for this "UN exam" uses reports from the Council include the Danish government itself, civil society and from IMR. Precisely therefore hold Foreign and IMR a series of public hearings where all can freely participate and give their views on human rights in Denmark - and thus provide concrete contributions to the content of the Danish report.
- This is a new opportunity to make its views known and to influence Denmark's future policy on human rights. We invite all happy to participate in this important process, which could ultimately act to improve human rights for every citizen, explains project manager at IMR, Lis Dhundale.
During the hearing, the Foreign Ministry's human rights ambassador, Arnold Skibsted, tell more about the UPR process and the government's priorities for preparing the report. Participants are then able to make their own assessment of the human rights challenges in Denmark. IMR's director, Jonas Christoffersen, will be moderator.
The issues being raised during the consultation will form part of the Government's preparation of the report. At a later stage there will be opportunity for written comment on the government's draft report will be sent in consultation at the Foreign Ministry website.