The UK government wants to ban all Troubles-related prosecutions.
Relatives of Troubles victims are set to speak to the UN Human Rights Council later today.
It's part of an attempt to stop a UK government proposal to ban all Troubles-related prosecutions.
It means no ex-soldiers or paramilitaries would be able to be convicted for historical killings in Northern Ireland.
Michael O'Hare, the brother of a 12 year old girl who was killed during the Troubles, this can't go ahead.
Amnesty UK campaign manager Grainne Teggart says the move must be stopped
A submission has been made by Amnesty International to the UN stating the government's Troubles amnesty proposals are "an utter betrayal" of victims.https://t.co/r8EoYbQhye— BBC News NI (@BBCNewsNI) September 16, 2021