About UsThe Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) is a coalition of organizations from Canada, Poland, India, Egypt, Argentina and Africa, that work together to advance human rights related to sexuality at the United Nations. Read More »
UPR 21 stakeholder submission deadlines
1 June 2014
Extended until: 15 June 2014
Kyrgyzstan, Kiribati, Guinea, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Spain, Lesotho, Kenya, Armenia, Guinea-Bissau, Sweden, Grenada, Turkey, Guyana, and Kuwait.
- 2014 Jul 17SRI partner in Guyana garners press attention following submission of UPR reportIn preparation for the 21st session of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), the SRI, with [...]
- 2014 Jul 11Canada once again disappoints women, survivors of sexual violenceAction Canada for Population and Development reports back from 26th session of the UN Human Rights [...]
Canada once again disappoints women, survivors of sexual violence | Action Canada for Population and Development tinyurl.com/mbvylwk
Very disappointed by outcome on resolution on 'Protection of the Family' resolution fails to recognize diverse forms of the family #HRC26
Uruguay proposes amendment to Egypt's 'protection of family' resolution to recognise diverse family forms, inc same-sex families #HRC26
Read SRI's joint UPR18 report for Uruguay prepared with Colectivo Ovejas Negras here sexualrightsinitiative.com/un…
Listening 2 Uruguay's views on recommendations from UPR18 SRI prepared joint statement with Colectivo Ovejas Negras on LGBT rights #HRC26
What’s New at the Human Rights Council
The 21st Human Rights Council Session will take place from September 10-28 2012. The SRI will be there advocating for sexual rights for everyone!
UPR Toolkit now available in French, Spanish and Arabic
Database of sexual rights recommendations and references at the Universal Periodic Review coming soon!
Founded in 2000, CREA is a feminist human rights organisation based in New Delhi, India.