Report: Human Rights Violations Continue Under Blockade

The National Human Rights Committee of Qatar, an accredited member of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, has released its fifth general report on the human rights violations imposed by the illegal blockade on Qatar.

While the human rights implications of the blockade are less popularly discussed than the economic effect of the blockade and the political efforts surrounding it, the diplomatic siege has received significant attention from human rights organizations, including the UN Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights.

Human rights violations from the blockade include restricted access to education, limited freedom of travel, and suppression of free speech.

Continuation of human rights violations



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