Finland: Submission to the United Nations Human Rights 130th Session, 12 October – 6 November 2020
Amnesty International submits this briefing to the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Committee (the Committee) ahead of its examination of the seventh periodic report of Finland at its 130th session in October 2020. In particular, the submission provides information on discrimination on the grounds of gender identity and intersex status, violence against women, including forced marriage and human trafficking, use of force by law enforcement officials, detention of asylum seekers and migrants, treatment of aliens, access to justice for aliens and non-refoulement, counter-terrorism, communications surveillance, conscientious objectors and Indigenous peoples.
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