Inadequate investigations into allegations of racial profiling violated the right to non-discrimination. Justice, truth and reparation for discriminatory abuses by police continued to be hampered by the lack of an independent complaints mechanism. A court ruling held that permanent protest camps were protected by the right to freedom of assembly. Some protests were disproportionately restricted. The government launched a humanitarian admission programme for vulnerable Afghans and their families. A court ruling found the German Telecommunications Act incompatible with the right to privacy. Section 219a of the Criminal Code on “advertising abortion” was repealed. Germany supported the establishment of an international financial facility for climate-related loss and damage.Read More
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