Statement on the update on democracy, rule of law and
This year’s “March” session of the Human Rights Council (HRC49)
Abacha Ahmed Ibrahim is one of his country’s leading advocates for the rights of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).
Born 34 years ago into a family of Eight, in Kajokeji County, East of Juba, the Capital of South Sudan, Abacha ’s passion for human rights was born out of grim personal experience. At birth, he was immediately neglected by his father on discovering that the little infant was visually impaired.
“My own father denied me access to education because he considered my disability a kind of misfortune brought to him by my mother,” he says.
DefendDefenders welcomes the UN Human Rights Council’s decision to adopt
DefendDefenders calls for applications from Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya based human rights
African states should support both technical advice and scrutiny As
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