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Intersessional seminar on the negative impact of the non-repatriation of funds of illicit origin to the countries of origin on the enjoyment of human rights

Background

In March 2021, the Human Rights Council adopted resolution 46/11 on the negative impact of the non-repatriation of funds of illicit origin to the countries of origin on the enjoyment of human rights. In the resolution, the Council decided to convene a one-day intersessional seminar on the negative impact of the non-repatriation of funds of illicit origin to the countries of origin on the enjoyment of human rights, to discuss challenges and best practices in this regard and to make recommendations, with the participation of States, the Advisory Committee and other relevant stakeholders. The same resolution requested the Independent Expert on the effects of foreign debt and other related international financial obligations of States on the full enjoyment of all human rights, particularly economic, social and cultural rights to conduct a new study, in connection with the previous relevant studies conducted by the mandate holder and the Advisory Committee, on a proposed non-binding set of practical guidelines for efficient asset recovery aiming at curbing the illicit transfer of funds and mitigating its negative effects on the enjoyment of human rights with a view to help requesting and requested States to strengthen their cooperation in this regard.

The intersessional seminar will be held on Tuesday, 8 February 2022, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 3 – 5 p.m. Geneva time, in hybrid mode, in Palais des Nations, conference room XX/Zoom.

  • Human Rights Council resolution 46/11 - The negative impact of the non-repatriation of funds of illicit origin to the countries of origin on the enjoyment of human rights
  • Draft concept note (forthcoming)

All participants (in-person and remote) are required to register using the registration form on the Indico platform. The registration will remain open until 6 p.m. Geneva time on Monday, 7 February 2022.


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