Mr. Maurice Danby Copithorne

Maurice Danby Copithorne of Canada, was appointed Special Representative of the Commission on Human Rights on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1995. Previously working in Law, he served in this role until April of 2002 when the United Nations Commission on Human Rights voted to not renew the mandate.

Mr. Maurice Danby Copithorne

Report – August 10, 2001

Interim report prepared by Maurice Copithorne, Special Representative of the Commission on Human Rights on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran in accordance with a decision taken by the Economic and Social Council at its substantive session of 2001.

Mr. Maurice Danby Copithorne

Report – September 21, 1999

Interim report on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, prepared by Maurice Copithorne, Special Representative of the Commission on Human Rights, in accordance with General Assembly resolution 53/158 of 9 February 1999 and Economic and Social Council decision 228 of 27 July 1999.

Mr. Maurice Danby Copithorne

Report – March 21, 1996

Report on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, prepared by the Special Representative of the Commission on Human Rights, Mr. Maurice Copithorne (Canada), pursuant to Commission resolution 1995/68 of 8 March 1995 and Economic and Social Council decision 1995/279 of 25 July 1995.