Fiji urged to protect human rights and the environment

Vakaoca Kedrayate of Multilateral Bureau, Soo-Young Hwang, Human Rights Officer, David R. Boyd, Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Environment, with Deputy Secretary Policy Esala Nayasi and Robyn-Elizabeth Mani, Second Secretary to Permanent Mission of the Republic of Fiji to UN Office, Geneva. Picture: SUPPLIED/FILE

UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and the Environment David Boyd has urged Fiji to both continue and increase its actions to protect human rights and the environment in the country. Mr Boyd said this while speaking at a press conference in Suva yesterday. He said Fiji was acutely vulnerable to the impacts of climate […]

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