Bulletin No. 273 From March 20 to 27, 2023

A look at the 52nd session of the UN Human Rights Council

Crisis en Venezuela bulletin 273 focuses on the 52nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council and presents the contributions of the main Venezuelan civil society organizations. Through the reports of Foro Penal, CEPAZ, Transparencia Venezuela, Caleidoscopio Humano, PROVEA, Defiende Venezuela, Un Mundo Sin Mordaza, Acceso a la Justicia and Espacio Público, issues such as the human rights situation in Venezuela, the need for transparency in corruption investigations, respect for human rights by the government, the barriers faced by women in politics, the Antisociety Law project, and intimidation of journalists are addressed. The newsletter seeks to provide a complete and detailed overview of the current human rights situation in Venezuela.

We have the participation of:

Foro Penal –

FFM report highlights that the serious human rights situation in Venezuela haven’t changed


Key points of the High Commissioner’s updates and the FFM regarding the human rights situation in Venezuela

Transparencia Venezuela –

Transparency in investigations and detentions is imperative due to serious corruption events


There are still human rights without any guarantees in the Venezuelan government


ESCR in the oral update of the High Commissioner Volker Türk

Defiende Venezuela –

Human rights violations, far from decreasing facing international scrutiny, increase in Venezuela

Un Mundo Sin Mordaza –

Infantilization and discredit: Barriers faced by women when playing politics in Venezuela

Acceso a la Justicia –

From registry office to registry office: The Anti-Society Act reestablishes Administrative Ruling 002-2021

Espacio Público

Regional Police Officers of the State of Monagas intimidate journalists

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