What happened at the 38th session of the Human Rights Council?
Keeping an eye on anti-rights actors at the Human Rights Council
Anti-rights mobilization at the international level constitutes a response to significant feminist and progressive organizing.
Get to know more about their tactics and discourses worldwide.
Main resolutions and organizations to follow at the 38th session
We’re looking at an attack on the human rights system, and all of these fundamentalisms are coming together to try to weaken the fabric of multilateralism, and that’s happening in large part at the expense of marginalized groups of people. It’s happening at the expense of women, and it’s happening through tactics that are often about gender and sexuality.
Independent human rights expert, OURs member
We’ve experienced a lot of pushback from different states, from different civil society actors, from private corporations and large donors who are funding the activities of these anti-rights actors.
Director of Global Policy and Advocacy with Action Canada
More interviews at HRC38
ILGA's Gender Identity and Gender Expression Senior Programme Officer
Paola Salwan Daher
Global Advocacy Adviser at the Center for Reproductive Rights