Refugees who have to leave their countries of origin often want to raise issues about human rights once they are safe in a new country. This can be an important way for the world to know about what is happening in those countries. This guide helps you to understand how these refugees can raise these issues through UN human rights procedures.
This guide explains four ways you can raise these issues, through:
- General sessions of the Human Rights Council
- The Universal Periodic Review
- Special Rapporteurs and Working Groups, and
- The OHCHR Complaint Mechanism.
Read the guide to UN human rights procedures
Other ways to raise your issues
You may also want to learn more about how to work to raise your human rights issues.