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Pavel Latushka sent an appeal to the UN about human rights violations in Belarus by the Lukashenka regime

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The NAM Head Pavel Latushka sent information to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights about the violation of rights in Belarus — and calls on every Belarusian to do so


In the spring of 2021, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights announced the creation of a special mission to collect data on human rights violations in Belarus. The Office is collecting information on violations committed in Belarus since May 1, 2020.

We Belarusians know that human rights are systematically violated in Belarus. You, your colleagues and loved ones know about it. It did not start in 2020, but has been going on for decades. But since last May, human rights violations in our country have reached unimaginable proportions. It is extremely important for us not only to understand this ourselves, but also to pass on information about violations to international organizations.

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has prepared a special appeal template. Send information about any human rights violations in Belarus. Please follow this link for details.
Information is accepted until December 15, 2021.

Pavel Latushka filled out a questionnaire and sent it to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. It is important that every Belarusian, whose rights have been violated, do the same. This will help all of us to come closer to our common goal — to bring to justice all those responsible for crimes against the Belarusian people.

The Lukashenka regime continues committing crimes against Belarusians. Our task is to document them and hand them over for prosecution of the perpetrators.

No one will do it for us!

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