Thomson Reuters supports launch of United Nations database
Thomson Reuters partnered with the United Nations and Freedom Now recently to create the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Search database, introduced in a ceremony in Paris earlier this week.
This publicly available database contains more than 650 opinions from the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention and will serve as a valuable resource supporting advocacy work and protecting human rights. As the Working Group issues new opinions, we will update the database.
I’m proud to be part of this important work, and I’m delighted to support this effort as part of our ongoing commitment to the rule of law.
You can learn more about the project from the news release.