Circumcision: Ethical and Legal Approach of a Threatened Religious Precept
Written submission on the Draft General Comment No. 6 on the right of persons with disabilities to equality and non-discrimination (article 5)
Report on the First Reading of the Debate on the Right to Life of the HRC
Contribution to the General Comment on article 6 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
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