- ActivitesHuman RightsPalestine
- June 27, 2009
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UN fact-finding mission on war on Gaza to hold public hearings
The UN fact-finding mission on the recent Gaza conflict, mandated by the Human Rights Council and led by Justice Richard Goldstone, will hold public hearings this Sunday and Monday in Gaza City, according to UN sources.
The hearings are a part of the mission’s information-gathering work. Victims from all sides in the conflict, as well as witnesses and experts, will be able to speak directly to the international community.
The interviews will take place at the Gaza Headquarters of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). Further hearings will be held on July 6th and 7th in Geneva.