resolution S-33/1, on the situation of human rights in Ethiopia, adopted on 17 December 2021, the Human Rights Council decided to establish, for a period of one year, renewable as necessary, an international commission of human rights experts on Ethiopia, comprising three human rights experts, to be appointed by the President of the Human Rights Council, to complement the work undertaken by the joint investigative team.
The Council requested the international Commission of Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia to present an oral briefing to the Human Rights Council at its fiftieth session, to be followed by an interactive dialogue, and to present a written report to the Council at its fifty-first session, to be followed by an interactive dialogue, and to the General Assembly at its seventy-seventh session, to be followed by an interactive dialogue.
In accordance with this mandate, the International Commission of Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia was established, based in Entebbe, Uganda. The President of the Human Rights Council appointed a Chair and two other high-level experts.
President of Human Rights Council appoints members of investigative body in Ethiopia
English2 March 2022
The international Commission of Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia:
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