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African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights

Mali: 1st Periodic Report, 1982-1998

Period Covered:1982 - 1998

Date Submitted:November 15 , 1999

Session Considered:26th Ordinary Session

The report contains two chapters. The first contains general information about the country, the political structure and the legal system for the protection of human rights. The second chapter deals with the situation of specific human rights, categorised by civil and political rights, economic, and social rights; and the situation of human rights in a traditional society. 

A mission of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights identified six major areas:

  • the reform of the functioning of the justice system;
  • strengthening the administrative and judicial police;
  • the renovation of prison policy;
  • support to a National Consultative Commission of Human Rights and human rights organisations;
  • the strengthening of education in human rights and democracy;
  • the consolidation and application of legislation on the protection of children and women.
These are, for the year 1999, the main lines of Ia necessary and ongoing policy of promoting human rights.

Concluding Observations and Recommendations - Mali: 1st Periodic Report, 1982-1998

Adopted at 26th Ordinary Session November 01 to November 15 , 1999 ,Rwanda.