Thought for the coming year


On October 22, the Israeli DefensevsThe ministry said Defense for Children InternationalPalestine (DCIP) be a “Terrorist organization”. He was desperate attempt by the Zionist regime to discredit DCIPwhose work, since 2000, at documented the murder of 2,206 Palestinian children. 2021 was the most sinister year for Palestinians since 2014 – shell by Israeli tanks, along with live fire and missiles launched from drones, warplanes and helicopters, ended the lives of 60 Palestinian children and ones to December 14, a total of 86 Palestinian children has been kill.

In our open response to Nanaia Mahuta, we asked The Minister: “If you accept the evidence presented in our response like true and indisputable, so please To do Act in consequence through Drequireing that Israel be called to account! Like neither she nor our Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) disputed the evidence we presented to them, we love to remind readers of some ministry statements to policy regarding international human rights provisions in international law.

In his presentation of New Zealand International Human Rights Action Plan 2019-2023, MFAT informed we that “New Zealand has a long history of protecting and promoting human rights both nationally and internationally.Yeah. “ This goes until claiming that “our foreign policy engagement on man rights. . . “”. . . to improveit is our reputation as a constructive and committed state in support of the global rules-based system.

The MFAT also asserts that, ssupporting strong, rules-based international human rights mechanisms is essential to protect existing rights. ” it would be appear although this New Zealand’s international human rights priorities are being shaped by what this calls, “Our broader interests in foreign policy, trade and development”. Sdefend human rights can not to be secured when those who violate them are never called to account.


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