Suggested recommendations to States considered during the 31st session of the Universal Periodic Review, 5-16 November 2018
States have noted the potential mutual benefits of creating stronger links between human rights mechanisms with a view to achieving both greater and more effective implementation of human rights obligations and commitments on the ground and increased accountability for delivering the Post-2015 Development Agenda. This document contains Amnesty International’s suggested recommendations to be made to the States undergoing their UPR during the 31st session of the UPR Working Group in November 2018 and respective Sustainable Development Goals and related Targets and Indicators.
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