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Taking-stock: The Human Rights Council and Gender Parity in Special Procedures After Ten Years

Over the last ten years, the Human Rights Council (HRC) has made significant strides to close the gender gap among UN mandate holders, but there is still a lot of work to be done.

In her latest post for the Human Rights Brief, GQUAL Secretariat member Claudia Martin discusses the HRC’s achievements, such as UN resolution 5/1 and the recent Gender Parity Policy recommended by the 2015 Consultative Group, as well as the continued efforts that are necessary to achieve gender parity. You can click here to read the full story.