2017-11-01 Going to Geneva
That's it, its formal. I am invited to appear and provide a short presentation in December in Palais des Nations in Geneva, in discussion with the diplomatic missions to the UN Human Rights Council regarding Human Rights in Israel.
My submission, which is the foundation for the invitation - "Incompetence and/or corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in Israel". The submission only reviews Human Rights within the 1967 borders...
The discussion is held in conjunction with the 4-year Periodic Review of Human Rights in Israel. Every member-nation in the UN is subject of the Universal Periodic Review every 4 years. The procedure is particularly hated by the Israeli regime... and as was the case 4 years ago, Israel considers boycotting the UN in conjunction with this procedure.
My submissions have so far been incorporated in 3 such procedures:
* The United States (2010), with the note: “Corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in California”;
* The State of Israel (2013) with the note: “Lack of integrity in the electronic records of the supreme court, the district courts and the detainees courts in Israel”, and
* The United States (2015) with the note: “HRA NGO recommended restoring the integrity of the IT systems of the courts, under accountability to the Congress, with the goal of making such systems as transparent as possible to the public at large.”
Such submissions are characterized by reviewing Human Rights, based on e-government system analysis and data mining, an area, where I may be the first, who produced international reports and published academic papers.