VISIT TO MALAYSIA : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTREME POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
The Malaysia Social Protection Council is
well positioned to do so, particularly if it draws on the expertise of the Working Group on
the social protection blueprint, which has drawn up an ambitious plan in line with the
compelling approach of the International Labour Organization (ILO) to social protection
floors. The National Human Rights Commission of Malaysia should also intensify its
currently insufficient efforts to monitor and protect economic and social rights.
(...) Eighty-four of
them were rated unsafe, but just 22 were scheduled for repair in 2019.69
45. The quality of education is also concerning. (...) Malaysia should increase investment in support for low-income students, improve
access to education in rural areas, prioritize funding for school infrastructure maintenance
and repair, and improve the overall quality of education.
RAPPORT ET RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITE DE COMMISSAIRES CONCERNANT LA 10EME TRANCHE DE RECLAMATIONS DE LA CATEGORIE "E4"
Claim adjusted for
depreciation and failure to repair/replace.
Loss of cash 10,243 0 Insufficient evidence to substantiate claim.
(...) Claim adjusted for evidentiary
shortcomings and failure to repair/replace.
Loss of vehicles 8,750 8,258 Claim adjusted to reflect M.V.V. (...) Claim adjusted for
failure to repair/replace and depreciation.
Loss of stock 312,702 0 Insufficient evidence to substantiate claim.
NOTE VERBALE DATED 16 MARCH 2012 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF YEMEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
For instance, the report mentions the so called “Insar Alsharia”
group in Abyan governorate without stating that this is a group affiliated to Alqaeda
Organization and internationally classified as a terrorist organization targeting, through its
terrorist acts, to threaten security and stability and establish an Islamic Emirate. (...)
• With joint efforts from different government entities, Siyaj Child Protection
Organization and the UNICEF, 100 children were disbanded from military service (...) This initiative is
supported by the UNICEF and Save the Children Organization.
6. Ensure the provision of basic supplies and utilities
• The Ministry of Electricity and Energy is exerting tremendous effort to ensure the
supply of power and repair the damages in transmission lines and Mareb Gas Plant.
LETTER DATED 24 MAY 2022 FROM THE PANEL OF EXPERTS ON LIBYA ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1973 (2011) ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
联 合 国 S/2022/427
安全理事会 Distr.: General
27 May 2022
22-06446 (C) 010622 100622
2022年 5月 24日第
MEDIUM-TERM PROGRAMME FRAMEWORK, 2002-2005 : THE BUSINESS PLAN AND MEDIUM-TERM PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT : NOTE BY THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL
It will provide information of relevance
to the formulation of strategies, policies and
programmes to support innovation and learning, as
well as on the organization of appropriate support
systems to promote entrepreneurship and mobilize
information, knowledge, skills and business partners;
(c) Develop, maintain and publish a Score-
board of Industrial Performance and Capabilities,
which will monitor the main determinants of
manufacturing progress in a sample of more than 90
countries. (...) Global forum functions
(a) Foster linkages and cooperation among
regional and international organizations such as ISO,
WTO, ILAC, IAF, International Organization of Legal
Metrology (OIML) and regional and international
standardization and accreditation bodies to facilitate
networking, promotion of mutual recognition of
certificates and harmonization of standards;
(b) Monitor global trends in standardization,
conformity assessment, metrology and testing to
promote awareness and strengthen the trade capacity
of developing countries through applied research and
benchmarking studies, training and participation in
(c) Carry out and disseminate benchmarking
analyses to identify best practices of standardization
bodies and laboratories;
(d) Develop and improve business excellence
tools such as BEST, FIT and PHAROS, and printed
material for upgrading business performance such as
the manual on diagnostic for restructuring and
upgrading through applied research and benchmarking
studies in quality management, industry modernization
(...) Global forum functions
(a) Organization of International Food Safety
Panel (called for by leaders of G-8, 28 July 2000) and
associated regional seminars;
(b) Organization of the Leather Panel to advise
on programmes and funding;
(c) Organization of periodic sectoral (Wood
and Food) Industry Advisers Group meetings;
(d) Development of sectoral databases on
machinery and equipment and on processes.
RAPPORT ET RECOMMANDATIONS DU COMITE DE COMMISSAIRES CONCERNANT LA 12EME TRANCHE DE RECLAMATIONS DE LA CATEGORIE "E4"
Tangible property claim adjusted for failure to repair/replace. See
paragraphs 35-36 of the report.
(...) Tangible property claim adjusted for failure to repair/replace. See
paragraphs 35-36 of the report.
(...) Tangible property claim adjusted for failure to
repair/replace. See paragraphs 35-36 of the report.
REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
Key concerns relating to the displacement situation ............................................... 24–45 8
A. Reconstruction and repair of conflict-affected houses and apartments .......... 25–26 8
B. (...) A. Reconstruction and repair of conflict-affected houses and apartments
25. (...) The Representative urges the South Ossetian de facto authorities and other
31 The Geneva discussions are a forum bringing together delegations from Georgia, the Russian
Federation, the United States of America and the Abkhaz and South Ossetian de facto authorities,
along with representatives of the European Union, the United Nations and the Organization for
Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), to discuss security and humanitarian questions.
NOTE VERBALE DATED 31 OCTOBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Armenia the country that also destructed cultural, historical, and religious heritage
belonging to Azerbaijani nation in the occupied territories, prepares for provocative so-
called “opening” of Govharaga Mosque in Shusha, destroyed by Armenians themselves
after “repair” and “restoration” works. Armenia tries to deceive international community
and tries to show itself as a country, that approaches historical monuments, with care, with
so-called “opening” of the mosque after “repair” works. (...) Undoubtedly, after the “repair and renovation” the mosque will undergo fake
changes, and will be presented with corrections that distort history similarly to the previous
cases with ancient Albanian churches and other temples.
DRAFT MANUAL ON STATISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN SERVICES
联 合 国
13 November 2000
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE PANEL OF COMMISSIONERS CONCERNING THE 9TH INSTALMENT OF "E4" CLAIMS
Claim adjusted for depreciation, failure to repair/replace, maintenance and evidentiary
shortcomings. (...) Claim adjusted for depreciation and failure to repair/replace. See paragraphs 37-49 of the
(...) Claim adjusted for failure to repair/replace. See
paragraphs 31-36 of the report.