[Podcast] Amplifying Voices: Civil Society’s Role in the UPR Process

Апр 12, 2024




Dive deep into the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process in this episode of the EPI Podcast. Join us as we explore the essential roles and strategic engagements of civil society organizations and national human rights institutions within the UPR framework.

Featuring an in-depth conversation with Mona M’Bikay, Executive Director of UPR Info, this episode sheds light on how these entities utilize pre-sessions to amplify the issues faced by marginalized groups and drive substantial policy reforms.

Discover the European Policy Institute’s active participation in these sessions, offering critical recommendations to the parliament of North Macedonia to foster legislative advancements. This episode also delves into the collaborative dynamics between various stakeholders during the UPR process, highlighting the significant impact of their collective efforts on national and international human rights practices.

Tune in to understand the intricate mechanisms of UPR, the challenges and opportunities it presents, and how dedicated advocacy and informed dialogue lead to meaningful human rights advancements.

The podcast was recorded as part of the project “Joint Action for Human Rights” implemented by the European Policy Institute, financed by the European Union. The contents of this podcast do not reflect the official opinions and positions of the European Union. Responsibility for the information and views expressed in this podcast lies entirely with the European Policy Institute (EPI) – Skopje and the speakers.

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