Jan 26, 2022 • 35M

Interview with UN Human Rights Council Special Rapporteur on Arbitrary Executions, Dr. Morris Tidball-Binz

Listen to my interview with Dr. Morris Tidball Binz on his work in forensic anthropology to support the investigation of unlawful deaths by authoritarian regimes and the Minnesota Protocol

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The UN Brief starts this year’s series of interviews with UN Human Rights Council recently appointed Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary, or Arbitrary Executions, Dr. Morris Tidball-Binz.

He spoke at length on issues of innovation in forensic anthropology to support the investigation of extrajudicial and arbitrary executions, the Minnesota Protocol, his work with the ICRC, the Granmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, the importance of implementing the rule-of-law to prevent the egregious violations of international human rights law, and promoting — to the wider public — the many UN treaties and conventions for the protection and promotion of human rights, such as the International Covenant on Political and Civil Rights.

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