The high intensity of extrajudicial killings of people accused of drug offences in the Philippines have drawn both national and international outcry, yet the killings continue without any sign of slowing. Furthermore, those responsible are not held accountable and instead are encouraged and defended publicly from the highest levels of government. This side event will discuss the need for International Criminal Court intervention due to the lack of domestic activity to hold accountable those responsible for the killings.
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- Universal Periodic Review (UPR) 31st session, Human Rights Council
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- CND 61: Key issues and opportunities
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