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12-03-2020 | Edited News , COVID-19

Steakout: Human Rights Council COVID-19 Suspension - Continuity

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  1. Wide shot: exterior, flag alley, Palais des Nations, United Nations Geneva.
  2. Wide shot: President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Elisabeth Tichy-Fisslberger (Austria), speaking from lectern at stakeout position at UN Geneva, outside Room XX.
  3. SOUNDBITE (EN&FR) — President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Elisabeth Tichy-Fisslberger (Austria), speaking in ENGLISH and FRENCH.
  4. Wide shot: TV cameras, journalists.
  5. Medium shot: TV cameras, reporter taking photo with mobile phone, out of shot.
  6. Medium shot: President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Elisabeth Tichy-Fisslberger (Austria), speaking from lectern at stakeout position at UN Geneva, outside Room XX.
  7. Medium shot: reporter typing on laptop resting on her knees.
  8. Medium shot: photographer taking photo of subject (out of shot).
  9. Medium shot: reporters, bystanders.
  10. Close-up: fingers typing on laptop.

Human Rights Council announces ‘orderly suspension’ of activities linked to COVID-19

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus, President of the 43rd session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Ambassador Elisabeth Tichy-Fisslberger (Austria), proposed on Thursday an “orderly suspension” of activities, meaning that discussions would end a week early, on Friday 13 March, at 1pm.


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