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Today's development challenges are complex, and each context is different. At UNDP in Iran, we tailor our work to fit the country's needs and the ...

In February, internet service providers blocked media websites, including of Efecto Cocuyo, Crónica Uno, and El Nacional, the watchdog VeSinFiltro reported. The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights’ (IACHR) Office of the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression, in July, reported increased censorship through deliberate blocking digital platforms and cuts in Internet service. Human Rights Defenders Venezuelan authorities harass and persecute human rights defenders and civil society organizations addressing the human rights and humanitarian emergencies.

While many neighboring governments welcome them, lack of a coordinated regional strategy leaves thousands stranded in inadequate conditions or unable to obtain refugee status or other legal protection, forcing them to head north. Xenophobia remains a significant challenge. New visa restrictions have prevented Venezuelans from flying to Mexico and Central American countries, significantly increasing the number struggling through a dangerous jungle on the Darien Gap, along the Colombia–Panama border.

Venezuelan security agents have conducted joint operations with ELN fighters and have been complicit in their abuses. Judicial Independence, Impunity for Abuses The judiciary stopped functioning as an independent branch of government in 2004. There has been no meaningful justice for crimes committed with knowledge or acquiescence of high-level authorities. Judicial authorities have been complicit in abuses, the FFM reported in 2021, including by issuing retrospective warrants for illegal arrests, ordering pre-trial detention routinely, upholding detentions based on flimsy evidence, and failing to protect victims of torture. Venezuela’s National Assembly, controlled by supporters of Nicolás Maduro, revised the Organic Law of the Supreme Court of Justice in January, requiring an entirely new Supreme Court, which plays a critical role in appointing and removing lower court judges, of 20 justices—down from 32.

Authorities have failed to protect Indigenous populations from violence, forced labor, and sexual exploitation. Human Rights Watch has documented horrific abuses—amputations, shootings, and killings—by groups controlling illegal gold mines in southern Venezuela, operating with government acquiescence. On March 20, a clash between the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) and a remote Yanomami Indigenous community in Amazon State left four Indigenous people dead. Authorities held incommunicado at a Caracas military hospital for more than three months a 16-year-old who had been shot and was seriously injured.

9 million undernourished or chronically hungry. Some 4. 3 million are deprived of food, sometimes going days without eating. The collapse of Venezuela’s health system has allowed a resurgence of vaccine-preventable and infectious diseases. Barriers to performing transplants are reportedly resulting in hundreds of deaths. As of March, some 8. 4 million gravely ill people were having trouble obtaining medical services, and more than 9 million people needing medications and healthcare supplies could not afford them. Power and water outages at healthcare centers—and emigration of healthcare workers—were further weakening operational capacity.

Attacks on the Press: Gender and Media Freedom Worldwide Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) · 2016 · ‎Business & EconomicsEcuador, Iran, Venezuela and Vietnam also require real-name registration for online services, which amounts to a kind of ban on anonymity, according to

Disability Rights In May the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities concluded there is no law or mechanism to combat and punish discrimination against people with disabilities and a non-inclusive education model. There is a need to ensure accessibility, access to justice, and remove restrictions on legal capacity. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Venezuela has no comprehensive civil legislation protecting people from discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity, apart from specific provisions in the Labor Code and the housing law.

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The mission again described these as crimes against humanity. Alleged Extrajudicial Killings Agents of the Special Action Forces (FAES) and other police and military units have killed and tortured with impunity in low-income communities, including during security raids called “Operations To Liberate the People. ” Between 2016 and 2019, security forces alleged “resistance to authority” in more than 19, 000 killings.

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Javier Tarazona, from the group Fundaredes, remained in prison, as of writing. He was arbitrarily detained in July 2021, after exposing links between Venezuelan security forces and armed groups. Several organizations and the IACHR expressed concerns that an international cooperation bill introduced in the National Assembly in May could enable arbitrary cancelations of organizations' legal status for promoting or participating in activities contrary to government interests.

At least 114 political prisoners have spent more than three years in pretrial detention, despite time limits included in a recent Criminal Code reform. Approximately 875 of the 15, 770 civilians arbitrarily arrested from 2014 through June 2022 have been prosecuted in military courts, the Penal Forum reported. While some detainees have been released or transferred from Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN) facilities to prisons, new critics have been subject to arbitrary detention. OHCHR continued receiving complaints of torture, ill-treatment, and incommunicado detentions in 2022. Security forces and colectivos—pro-government armed groups—have repeatedly attacked demonstrations since 2014, including with violent raids, brutal beatings and point-blank range shootings.

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