Author : 11/03/2024 CAP Liberté de Conscience

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) report on Germany, conducted by the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review during its forty-fourth session from 6 to 17 November 2023, encompasses a broad range of human rights issues and recommendations. The review process involved a presentation by the German delegation, led by the Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Assistance, Luise Amtsberg, and an interactive dialogue with 123 delegations. The report includes Germany’s responses to various human rights challenges, including efforts to combat racism, antisemitism, and discrimination, as well as measures to protect the rights of LGBTIQ+ persons, migrants, and other vulnerable groups.

However, the document does not explicitly mention recommendations specifically focused on freedom of religion. The report covers a wide array of topics, including combating antisemitism, racism, hate speech, and hate crimes, but it does not directly address freedom of religion beyond these contexts. Recommendations from various countries touch upon issues such as gender equality, protection of migrant workers, climate change initiatives, and the rights of persons with disabilities, among others.

Given the absence of explicit recommendations on freedom of religion in the provided document, it’s important to note that the UPR process covers a comprehensive review of the human rights situation in the country under review, including but not limited to freedom of religion. The focus of the recommendations may vary based on the priorities identified during the review process and the specific human rights challenges faced by the country.

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