The human rights situation in the Central African Republic is being discussed by experts in Geneva on Monday.
A Special Session of the UN Human Rights Council was called as the country continues to suffer a humanitarian and political crisis.
Thousands of people are thought to have been killed and over 900,000 have been driven from their homes after mainly Muslim Séléka rebels launched attacks a year ago.
The UN has said genocide could occur if the situation in the country deteriorates.
Adama Dieng, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide was recently in the Central African Republic.
Daniel Dickinson asked him if genocide was likely.