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COMMUNICATION NO. 48/2010 : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION : OPINION ADOPTED BY THE COMMITTEE AT ITS 82ND SESSION, 11 FEBRUARY TO 8 MARCH 2013
The facts as submitted by the petitioner 2.1 The German cultural journal Lettre International (2009 fall edition, No. 86)3 published an interview with Mr. Thilo Sarrazin, the former Finance Senator of the Berlin Senate (from 2002 to April 2009, Social Democratic Party) and member of the Board of Directors of the German Central Bank (from May 2009), entitled “Class instead of Mass: from the Capital City of Social Services to the Metropolis of the Elite”. (...) Sarrazin received death threats and hundreds of hate e-mails. (...) Assaults on human dignity include, for instance, degradation, stigmatization or social exclusion30 and other forms of conduct that deny the affected person’s right to respect as a human being .31 24 See CERD/C/DEU/CO/18, para. 15. 25 See European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) Report on Germany, 2 6 May 2009, p. 8; Report of the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, Githu Muigai, Mission to Germany (A/HRC/14/43/Add. 2), para. 77 (a). 26 Gideon Botsch, Gutachten im Auftrag des SPD-Kreisverbandes Spandau und der SPD-Abteilung Alt- Pankow zur Frage “Sind die Äusserungen von Dr. Thilo Sarrazin im Interview in der Zeitschrift Lettre International (deutsche Ausgabe, Heft 86) als rassistisch zu bewerten?”
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RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED FORMS OF INTOLERANCE : FOLLOW-UP TO AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DURBAN DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY NORTH-SOUTH XXI
Two days after this crime an African-American man was attacked in Manhattan by protesters against the construction of an Islamic community center near Ground Zero in New York. In August 2010, Mr. Thilo Sarrazin a former high-ranking government official published an anti-Muslim book entitled "Germany Does Away with Itself" in which he claimed that “Muslims threaten European societies and that Germans are in danger of becoming strangers in their own country.” Mr. Sarrazin admitted that his book might encourage racist and right-wing views. German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned Mr. Sarrazin’s book, yet on 18 October 2010 she was quoted saying that Germany's experience to build a multicultural nation had "failed, utterly failed” thus tremendously boosting an increasingly hostile public debate about Muslim immigrants in Germany.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2337TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS WILSON, GENEVA, ON TUESDAY, 5 MAY 2015 : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, 86TH SESSION
Although there had been calls for Germany to make greater use of criminal prosecution in combatting racism — including by the Committee in its consideration of the communication concerning Mr. Thilo Sarrazin (CERD/C/82/D/48/2010) — it was important to respect the fundamental principle of freedom of expression. (...) It was clear that racist comments, such as those made in the Sarrazin case, could not be accepted. As to the NSU case, he wondered why the State party avoided describing the crimes committed against members of different ethnic groups as racism. (...) Sarrazin’s hypotheses had been positively received and in some cases had been used to justify racist statements.
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CERD REPORT ON ITS 81 AND 82 SESSIONS
A/68/18 United Nations Report of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Eighty-first session (6–31 August 2012) Eighty-second session (11 February–1 March
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REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 9 OF THE CONVENTION : INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION : 19TH TO 22ND PERIODIC REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 2012 : GERMANY
GE.13-47673 Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Reports submitted by States parties under article 9 of the Convention Nineteenth to twenty-second periodic reports of
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COMMUNICATION NO. 48/2010 : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION : INDIVIDUAL OPINION OF COMMITTEE MEMBER CARLOS MANUEL VAZQUEZ (DISSENTING)
The interview with Mr. Sarrazin contains statements that are bigoted and offensive. (...) The Committee has also concluded that the interview with Mr. Sarrazin “contained ideas of racial superiority.” (...) It is true that, in expressing these ideas, Mr. Sarrazin at times employed denigrating and offensive language.
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CLOSED MEETING: FRIDAY, 15 FEBRUARY 2013, PM
Sarrazin was neither arbitrary nor amounted to a denial of justice. 37. (...) In the current case, Mr. Sarrazin’s statements had certainly caused insult, but had not impeded the association’s day-to-day activities. (...) Sarrazin’s statements amounted to dissemination of ideas based upon racial superiority or hatred.”
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2338TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS WILSON, GENEVA, ON WEDNESDAY, 6 MAY 2015 : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, 86TH SESSION
Like others, she had been shocked by the offensive comments made by a public prosecutor about the Committee’s opinion in respect of the communication concerning Thilo Sarrazin (CERD/C/82/D/48/2010). The official concerned had been reprimanded and removed from the case and the federal Government had distanced itself from the remarks, which were in no way indicative of prevailing views among prosecutors in Germany. 25.
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Back FAO CO-HOSTS WORKSHOP ON PARTICIPATORY FORESTRY IN AFRICA: DEFINING THE WAY FORWARD FOR MORE COMMUNITY-BASED MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS FAO Press Release 02/15 For further information, please contact: The FAO Media Office Tel: (39-06) 5705 3625 Fax: (39-06) 570-53699/55924 E-mail: [email protected] FAO Home page   Related links For further information contact: Dominique Reeb, c/o Novotel-Mount-Meru in Arusha, Tel: (255) 27 - 250 2711 / 250 2728 / 250 8804, Fax: (255) 27 - 250 8503 / 250 8221, Klaus Sarrazin, the German Technical Agency for Cooperation (GTZ), Arusha, Mobile phone: (255) 0744 - 784032 Web story: Bushmeat -- a resource at risk Workshop Web site: http://www.fao.org/forestry/fon/fonp/cfu/cfinfo/en/tanz-e.stm Villagers talking about the changes participatory forestry has brought to the community Rome, 18 February 2002 - Forest conditions improve when local communities are involved and have rights and capacities to participate in management of their forest resources and get some benefits back, studies have shown. (...) A web story is available at this URL: http://www.fao.org/news/2002/020203-e.htm For further information on the Second International Workshop on Participatory Forestry in Africa, please contact: Dominique Reeb, Participatory Forestry, Forestry Policy and Institutions Branch c/o Novotel-Mount-Meru in Arusha Tel: (255) 27 - 250 2711 / 250 2728 / 250 8804 Fax: (255) 27 - 250 8503 / 250 8221 E-mail: [email protected] Klaus Sarrazin, the German Technical Agency for Cooperation (GTZ), Arusha Mobile phone: + 255 0744 - 784032 Workshop Web site http://www.fao.org/forestry/fon/fonp/cfu/cfinfo/en/tanz-e.stm FAO Home page     Search our site   [email protected] © FAO, 2002  
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PETITION FROM MR. GASTON DJOU-NGUIATSI CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
vle are fori-larding to you a copy of a letter sent to Mr. Sarrazin, the surveyor assigned to fix the boundaries· of the parcel of land in dispute. (...) Box 31, Dschang To Mr. H. Sarrazin, surveyor, Bafang Sir, 1. DJou-Nguiatsi Gaston 2.
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