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We support the International Criminal Court and other tribunals.
It was a tumultuous year, with setbacks, as well as successes.The final section of the report contains a review of the human rights situation in 28 countries where the UK government has wide-ranging concerns.We will continue to report on the countries of concern on a quarterly basis.In 2013, the UK became the first country to publish its own Action Plan on Business and Human Rights.We also work through other organisations, such as the EU, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the UN, to promote responsible business practices and combat corruption.Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned.
This publication is available at https://uk/government/publications/human-rights-and-democracy-report-2013/human-rights-and-democracy-report-2013 This report provides an overview of activity in 2013 by the FCO and its diplomatic network to defend human rights and promote democracy around the world.
Protecting the human rights of the British community overseas is a priority for us.
UK officials work with British nationals on a wide range of issues with human rights implications, from imprisonment to forced marriage, female genital mutilation and child abduction.
It also sets out the analysis on country situations and thematic issues which directs that work.
An important new focus in 2013 was the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI), which will reach another milestone on 10-13 June 2014, when the Foreign Secretary and the Special Envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Angelina Jolie, will co-chair a global summit on ending sexual violence in conflict.
It marshals information from across the Foreign & Commonwealth Office network, partner governments, international organisations and civil society, seeking to highlight themes, trends and priorities.