UN highlights human rights progress in the Dominican Republic
Geneva.– The United Nations Human Rights Council issued a report with recommendations to the Dominican government and welcomed the progress made by the country in this area.
As part of the 18th regular session of the Human Rights Council, the Dominican Republic was one of the countries that handed out a comprehensive report on measures taken by the country regarding human rights since 2009, which was the date of submission of the previous report.
The document explains some of the measures the Dominican government implemented in these four years to ensure the rights of children, women, persons with disabilities, migrants and minorities.
The delegation was headed by Deputy Foreign minister Alejandra Liriano and its Human Rights director Rhadys Abreu.