Document: SUBMISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE CONCERNING IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS (ICCPR) IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
This submission sets out in detail human rights concerns arising under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) where Roma in the Czech Republic are concerned. It has been prepared to assist the United Nations Human Rights Committee in its periodic review of the Czech Republic’s ICCPR commitments, and in particular of its second periodic report to Committee, taking place in July 2007. It is hoped that the specific details reported herein will assist the Human Rights Committee in pressing the government to act effectively to address human rights issues concerning Roma in the Czech Republic. This document does not address all human rights issues facing Roma in the Czech Republic, nor even all ICCPR issues arising in the Czech Republic of concern to Roma in that country. The sole purpose of this document is to present to the Committee documentation in several areas of expertise of the submitting organisations.
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