Human Rights Council
The Human Rights Council is an intergovernmental body within the United Nations, created in 2006 to replace the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. It is composed of 47 members, who the members of the UN General Assembly elect. The Human Rights Council is responsible for promoting and protecting human rights worldwide. It works to investigate human rights violations, develop and monitor international standards, and address human rights issues. It also works to create a platform for dialogue and cooperation between governments, civil society, and other stakeholders. The Council holds three sessions each year and is also responsible for implementing and reporting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Examining the Adequacy of Migrant Worker Protections in the Arabian Peninsula: An Inquiry into the Status of Fundamental Human Rights and Dignity.
Enforcing the Protection of Religious Freedoms for Muslim Communities in Europe: Addressing the Challenges and Charting a Path Forward in the Modern Era.
MS Human Rights Head Chair
MS Human Rights Vice Chair