UN Human Rights Council: Forum on Minority Issues - Seventh Session 25 – 26 November 2014
Minorities live in specific places and violence against them takes place in specific contexts. It is important that this Forum convey to the Human Rights Council and the broader United Nations the importance of preventing and addressing violence against specific minorities in the specific places where that violence is foreseeable or has already taken place. Tamils, Muslims and Christians in Sri Lanka are such minorities in such a place.
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