Liechtenstein should improve gender equality and the rights of persons with disabilities
The Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muižnieks, welcomed the solid legal and institutional framework for the protection and promotion of human rights in Liechtenstein, which has been strengthened by the establishment in January 2017 of the Association for Human Rights...
The Commissioner for Human Rights recommends further measures to strengthen the protection against discrimination
"The establishment of an Ombudsman Office in Liechtenstein would strengthen the protection against all forms of discrimination," stated the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, after his visit to the country on 23-24 February. "The present mechanisms to receive and...
Report on visit to Liechtenstein (2005)
Report by Mr Alvaro Gil-Robles, Commissioner For Human Rights, on his visit to the Principality of Liechtenstein (8-10 December 2004) CommDH(2005)5 / 04 May 2005
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