Michiel Hoornick (LinkedIn) is a current Masters student in International Law at the Graduate Institute on International and Development Studies (IHEID) in Geneva, Switzerland. He also works closely with international civil society on issues of global statelessness and minority protection at UN-based human rights mechanisms. He has an LL.M. in human rights law from Tilburg University, the Netherlands.Espanol | French |
The Human Rights Council’s failure to protect Uyghurs in China—for now
It seemed that economic and political concerns drove several countries to vote against a resolution to discuss the human rights for Uyghurs in China.