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Working Paper Series 1: Understanding the Role of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in Human Rights

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“The Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC,  formerly known as the Organisation of the Islamic  Conference), established in 1969, is the second largest inter-governmental organisation after the United Nations with 57 Member States including Palestinian Territories. Out of the 57 Member States, 26 States belong to Asian region…This paper is divided in to three main parts: human rights instruments and mechanisms within OIC; reaction of OIC to human rights violations; and thematic focus  areas pertinent to OIC with a particular focus on defamation of religions and sexual orientation and gender identity.”

The FORUM-ASIA Working Paper series seeks to build Asian perspectives on international human rights landscapes and open new vistas for discussion, debate, research and advocacy on a range of cross-cutting topics that touch on Asia, human rights and international political architectures. We welcome feedback from readers and ideas for further research or new research topics at [email protected].