Tomorrow morning the United Nations will consider the state of human rights in Bahrain, as part of its Universal Periodic Review (UPR).
The process should shine a light on the recent grave violations of human rights in Bahrain that has affected all sectors of society.
Representatives of these sections will be attending the session and holding separate side events to showcase their personal suffering and the reality of life in Bahrain, under a repressive dictatorship.
Amongst those attending the UPR in Geneva are Syed Hadi Al Mousawi, the head of Al Wefaq Human Rights Department, Jalila Al Salman, Deputy Vice President of Bahrain Teachers Union, who was arrested and tortured in March 2011, and Dr. Nada Dhaif, one of the 20 medics facing between 5 and 15 years in prison.
There are also persecuted journalists, lawyers and others in attendance.
Bahrain Justice and Development Movement will be present at the UPR and will update throughout the process.