In the dashboard below, you can see how Canada has voted on a series of 16 standing resolutions about Palestinian human rights at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) from 2000 to the present. Note: In recent years, several motions were either merged or bi-annualized, reducing the number of resolutions voted on each year. Most text is hyperlinked; scroll right for previous years.*
- Scroll (left to right) to see entire voting record from years 2000 to 2022.
- Click on a specific vote (Y or N) to see more information about how Canada and other UN members voted (only available for votes between 2015 and 2022).
- For detailed info about how Canada voted during a given year, click on a year across the top row (only available for years 2015 to 2022).
- For detailed info about a specific resolution and how Canada has voted over the last two decades, click on a resolution in the left-hand column.
- Key: Y = Voted Yes; N = Voted No; A = Abstained; TBD = To Be Determined; N/A = Not Applicable (e.g. did not come to a vote, passed without a vote, or approved for a two-year period the previous year)
- Boxes in light blue which start with "TBD" have passed the initial committee stage, but have not yet been brought to the plenary for a final vote. "TBD-N" indicates that Canada voted No at the committee stage but has not yet made a final vote, "TBD-A" indicates that Canada abstained at the committee stage, etc.
Click here to see the full list of 16 resolutions.
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