The Durban Review Conference took place between 20 and 24 April 2009 in Geneva, Switzerland. It evaluated progress towards the goals set by the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance in Durban, South Africa, in 2001.
The Review Conference served as a catalyst to fulfilling the promises of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action agreed at the 2001 World Conference through reinvigorated actions, initiatives and practical solutions.
Anti-racism Durban Review Conference concludes with successful outcome
The anti-racism Durban Review Conference closed on 24 April in Geneva with a successful outcome.
A human rights approach to global migration governance
A human rights approach to global migration governance is needed to protect the rights of all migrants and their families.
"Voices": a call for more determination to combat racism
High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay closed the week of powerful testimonies and interactions, thanking participants for sharing their experiences.
- 24 April 2009
Remarks by UN Human Rights Chief at closing press briefing of Durban Review Conference
- 23 April 2009
Action taken by Secretary-General of Durban Review Conference regarding disruptive behaviour of three NGOs
- 21 April 2009
Highlights of Press Conference by High Commissioner for Human Rights on adoption of Durban Review Conference outcome document
- 20 April 2009
Statement by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on speech by President of Iran at Durban Review Conference
- 20 April 2009
Statement by the Secretary-General of the United Nations on the remarks by the President of Iran at the Durban Review Conference