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In this webinar, CERD Taskforce Co-Chair Marcia Johnson-Blanco of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and Taisuke Komatsu of the International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racisms (IMADR), along with Ejim Dike and Rebecca Landy of the USHRN Coordinating Center share information and resources on how civil society can participate in the follow-up shadow reporting process.

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Learn about the exciting work of USHRN members and partners.

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Learn about the exciting work of USHRN members and partners.

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Call to discuss general conference information, overall goals and expectations for workshops, and questions presenters may have.

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This is a selection from a training call presented by the ICCPR Taskforce. This part of the recording goes through the steps of how to write an effective shadow report. It can be applied to the shadow reporting process in general (not specific to the ICCPR). Presenters include Amy Bergquist of The Advocates for Human Rights and Jamil Dakwar, of the ACLU.

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The ICCPR Taskforce wants to take the anxiety out of creating
this important advocacy tool by providing a detailed walk-through
of how to write a report, how to frame your issue, and where to
gather supporting information. ICCPR veterans and experts will
be on hand to take your questions.

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