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LGBT Groups Press for Parliamentary Action

Click to expand Image Suriname Gay Pride, Paramaribo October 28,…
Suriname Gay Pride, Paramaribo October 28, 2017
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Suriname’s government is on the right track at home when it comes to protecting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people (LGBT) against discrimination and violence. The government introduced anti-discrimination legislation including sexual…
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Self-Immunity for President Undermines Access to Justice

(Washington, DC) – Suriname should immediately revoke the amnesty law approved on April 5, 2012, by the National Assembly, and prosecute people accused of committing grave human rights violations, Human Rights Watch said today. The National Assembly of…
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Visits by Council Experts Remain Blocked

(Geneva) – UN member states must take immediate steps to improve cooperation with the Human Rights Council, particularly with the independent experts it has appointed to look at human rights issues, Human Rights Watch said today. More than 80 states have…