United Nations Human Rights Commission

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The Human Rights Commission (UNCHR) was a body of the United Nations intended to investigate and expose human rights violations. However, it ended up spending disproportionate amounts of time and money criticizing the world's most devoted defenders of human rights while paying hardly any attention at all the world's greatest violators.

The UNCHR was created in 1946 and dissolved in 2006, when it was replaced by the equally problematic United Nations Human Rights Council.