Enormous human rights infringements –like World War II- led countries to the realization that the dignity and prosperity of people are depended on them. Human Rights Council was created by United Nations General Assembly (resolution 60/251) on 15th of March 2006 replacing the UN Commission on Human Rights. Its purpose is to protect and promote Human Rights, inform people, as well as deal with human rights violations and making recommendations about them. To be more specific, UNHRC is concerned about issues regarding freedom of expression, freedom of association and assembly, freedom of belief and religion, the rights of racial and ethnic minorities, women's rights and LGBTQ+ rights. Its mandate is to discuss all thematic human rights issues and situations that require its constant attention. It is composed by 47 United Nations Member States which are elected by the UN General Assembly.