We looked inside some of the tweets by @UNHumanRights and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
9. in category NGO
185. in category Society
States must ensure access to contraceptives even during #COVID19 – UN experts. The right to sexual & reproductive health includes women’s freedom to decide whether to be pregnant, how many children to have & to space pregnancies 👉 https://t.co/X0RaJcM1P1 #WorldContraceptionDay https://t.co/DGGZWGzpuz
#COVID19 shows that failure to protect one community is a failure to protect us all. We must do better.
#COVID19 has heavily impacted #LGBTI people, revealing the high cost of structural discrimination and inequalities. Social & economic systems that perpetuate oppression and exclusion create pockets of vulnerability, harming everyone – @mbachelet 👉 https://t.co/HvbMTssdyS #UNGA https://t.co/LBHLdql5Qe
#Burundi: In its final report, the Commission of Inquiry on Burundi outlines the serious human rights violations occurring in the context of the 2020 elections, including summary executions, arbitrary detentions and arrests, torture and sexual violence. https://t.co/RCPb7er2wO https://t.co/BsutGuVFim
Impunity has fuelled violence in #SouthSudan. Since independence, violence has been rewarded with power, not sanctioned – @NadaNashif tells #HRC45 and calls for political and social investment to rebuild society and achieve a durable peace. Learn more: https://t.co/nlkc9kcDQ8 https://t.co/lCfo1hyQdv
#IndigenousRights defenders are guardians of indigenous peoples' land, rights + the knowledge & identity which form the basis for their existence as peoples. Protecting these ways of life has increasingly jeopardized their own lives – @NadaNashif 👉 https://t.co/A7NPtITvO6 #HRC45 https://t.co/kJIwfvXdDv