Durban Anti-racism conference participant (NGO's and human rights organizations) must boycott attending the conference when Ahmadinejad and Islamic Republic delegates are in the conference!
Islamic Republic regime is an Apartheid regime violating the rights of other religious minorities and political dissent and its representative Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and its delegate are not qualified to seat in that conference and must be expelled .
The NGO's and human rights organizations as well as representatives in solidarity with human rights defenders and Iranian people must boycott attending the session when president of the Islamic Republic is present in this important conference.
Ahmadinejad's Government since its office four years ago suppressed all human rights , civil rights groups and personalities and therefore does not deserve to seat in the conference.
The news report from Iran indicate that, president Ahmadinejad is going to speak to the conference .
The news also said that , from Iran several delegates including human rights organization and organization with anti-racism struggle will participate in the conference.
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On April 20, representatives from around the world will gather at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, for the Durban Review Conference, or the 2009 UN World Conference Against Racism (aka Durban II). The conference will follow up on the 2001 conference held in Durban, South Africa, says
the conference website.
The UN's idea of an anti-racism conference entered the final stretch yesterday with the planning committee deciding Iran ought to preside as a vice-chair, Libya will serve as the chair of the "Main Committee" running the conference and that Cuba will be the "rapporteur." All three human rights paragons will assume their new duties on the first day of "Durban II" set for Monday, April 20.
Despite the controversy over who is in what position and who will be absent, the United Nations' top human rights official, Navi Pillay, reminds countries of the importance of the issue and urges every member state to participate in the process, reports
"Lives are at stake. The future and hope of countless victims of racism lie in your hands," Navi Pillay, the UN high commissioner for human rights, told delegates at a preparatory meeting for the Durban Review Conference.
She also urged the delegates to "transcend their differences and find consensus" over the wording of a draft declaration to be issued at the end of the April 20-24 conference.