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ADVERSE EFFECTS OF THE ILLICIT MOVEMENT AND DUMPING OF TOXIC AND DANGEROUS PRODUCTS AND WASTES ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS : REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY FATMA-ZOHRA OUHACHI-VESELY, SUBMITTED PURSUANT TO COMMISSION RESOLUTION 2002/27
In addition, the Governor-in-Council may make regulations for all three categories of substances, including prohibitions on export; the type of information to be provided to the minister; the type of information to accompany an export; and conditions under which an export may be made. (...) The Export and Import of Hazardous Wastes Regulations (EIHWR), in place since 1992,v require that a prior notification be submitted when someone intends to export or import a hazardous waste and that the receiving jurisdiction (country or province) declare that it consents to the import of the shipment of hazardous wastes, that a waste manifest describing the waste accompany the shipment at all times, that the exporter/importer carry insurance to cover any damages to third parties for which the exporter or importer is responsible, and to cover environmental damage due to spills leaks or other incidents during export or import, and that Canadian exporters accept the return of wastes which are refused by the importer. (...) A control system aimed at tracking shipments from their sources until their destination impose an obligation to have a written manifest accompany the shipment. The exporter/carrier/importer completes the relevant sections of the manifest and sign, when taking possession of wastes.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE BUSTAMANTE :ADDENDUM
GE.10-12098 (S) 230310 310310 Consejo de Derechos Humanos 14º período de sesiones Tema 3 de la agenda Promoción y protección de todos los derechos humanos, civiles, políticos,
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : MICRONESIA : ADDENDUM
A/HRC/16/16/Add.1 10 GE.11-11775 51 Increase efforts to reduce poverty and address existing gender gaps, including political participation, to combat violence against women and to promote equal remuneration in the workplace (Brazil). 52 Include sexual orientation and gender identity as prohibited grounds for discrimination in legislation and equality initiatives (Canada). 53 Include women’s rights in education curricula (Slovenia). 54 Develop a comprehensive national policy, consistent with provisions of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, to guarantee effective gender equality and to combat gender violence, while providing special follow-up to cases of gender violence and studying the reasons why there are so few complaints to the authorities (Spain). 55 Continue implementing measures in its ongoing efforts to eliminate discrimination and all forms of violence against women and children, and, in particular, undertake appropriate measures to prevent and combat ill treatment, sexual abuse and violence against children, as well as rehabilitate child victims (Thailand). 56 Ensure that there is no difference between the acceptable age of marriage for girls and boys in all its territories and that young girls are not subjected to early marriage (New Zealand). 57 Establish effective measures to prevent mistreatment in detention centres and prisons, for example, through human rights training programmes for members of the police (Spain). 58 Take measures to reduce the phenomenon of violence against women (Algeria). 59 Take steps to provide adequate protection against sexual and genderbased violence, while ensuring that assistance is available to victims for their physical and mental rehabilitation (Canada). 60 Make efforts to increase awareness about violence against women and to work proactively to use both judicial and law enforcement tools to reduce such incidences (United States). 61 Initiate a comprehensive study on abuse, ill treatment and domestic violence against women and girls, the results of which can be used as the basis for social programmes to prevent these serious problems (Hungary). 62 Take action to reduce domestic violence and to criminalize it (Chile). 63 Criminalize trafficking in persons, and guarantee the protection and rehabilitation of the victims of trafficking (Ecuador). 64 Take all appropriate measures, including the revision of legislation, the initiation of a comprehensive study on child abuse, ill treatment and domestic violence, to prevent and combat ill treatment within, inter alia, the family and institutions, as well as the sexual abuse of children (Slovakia). 65 Improve services for victims of family violence, including the provision of separate homes for children away from abusive family members, and shelters for women (New Zealand). 66 Intensify measures to prevent and combat mistreatment and sexual abuse against boys and girls in accordance with recommendations by the Committee on the Rights of the Child (Chile). 67 Continue to apply programmes and measures to ensure the enjoyment of the right to education and the right to health (Cuba). 68 Develop and implement awareness programmes about sexual and reproductive health targeting youth (Canada). 69 Continue to develop its economy in accordance with its national conditions, and continue to reduce poverty and empower women as key areas in its human rights protection efforts (China). 70 Continue its efforts regarding access to health, environmental protection and the right to education, calling for technical and financial assistance to accompany the Government’s efforts in these fields (Morocco). 71 Resort to technical assistance provided by international organizations for the effective implementation of international human rights standards set out in the main international instruments to which it is a party (Mexico). 72 Seek technical assistance from the relevant United Nations bodies and involve civil society stakeholders, including human rights non-governmental organizations, in the follow-up to the universal periodic review in addressing the concerns highlighted (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). 73 Seek further cooperation with the international community and relevant United Nations agencies to enhance its technical capacity-building in mitigating the impact of climate change on its efforts to promote and protect human rights within its country (Thailand).
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, CHRISTOF HEYNS : ADDENDUM
Notwithstanding, when they commenced their visits to prisons, the Government denied the Special Rapporteurs in-situ access to the security wing in Mile 2 Prison and insisted on having prison personnel accompany them during the inspection. The Vice- President and other Government representatives, in a meeting held with the Special Rapporteurs where the latter protested against this exclusion, made it clear that they did not have the power to rule otherwise, and that the Special Rapporteurs would not be allowed into the security sections of the prisons in the country.
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SECURITY COUNCIL OFFICIAL RECORDS, 1ST YEAR : 15TH MEETING, HELD AT CHURCH HOUSE, WESTMINSTER, LONDON, ON SUNDAY, 10 FEBRUARY 1946
Vuelvo a citar The Times: In short, there are indications of such excesses as usually accompany a popular rising. (Enpocas palabras, ha.y indicaciones de que se cometen ex- cesos como suele ocurrir en los levantamientos populares.)
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VIEWS ADOPTED BY THE COMMITTEE UNDER ARTICLE 5 (4) OF THE OPTIONAL PROTOCOL, CONCERNING COMMUNICATION NO. 2841/2016 :HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE
GE.22-07834 (S) 160622 200622 Comité de Derechos Humanos Dictamen aprobado por el Comité a tenor del artículo 5, párrafo 4, del Protocolo Facultativo, respecto de la comunicación
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REPORT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL MISSION TO AFGHANISTAN, 31 OCTOBER TO 7 NOVEMBER 2003
President Karzai, Vice Presidents Marshall Mohammad Qassim Fahim, Hydayet Amin Arsala, Mohammad Karim Khalili, and Nematullah Sharani, accompanied by SRSG and interpreter Presidential Palace 2000-2130 Light Dinner and Briefing with Lieutenant-General Götz Glieme- roth, Commander ISAF ISAF HQ 2130 Departure from ISAF HQ to Accommodation Monday, 3 November 0615 Departure from Gandamak Lodge to Turkish Embassy 0645 Departure from Turkish Embassy to Airport 0745 Depart Kabul for Herat, accompanied by Karl Fischer, Senior Advi- sor/External Relations 0900 Arrival in Herat 0945-1045 Deputy Governor of Herat (will meet delegation at airport and accompany to Governor’s Resi- dence) 1100-1145 Meetings with members of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) and civil society representatives UNAMA Western Regional Office 1200-1245 Lunch Meeting with UN Agency Heads and NGO representatives UNAMA Western Regional Office or UNICA Guesthouse 1245-1345 Advisory Shura UNAMA Western Regional Office 1345-1400 General Baz Ahmadi, 4th Army Corps Commander 14 0360625s.doc S/2003/1074 1415-1430 Press Encounter (at airport) 1545 Departure for Kabul 1700 Arrival Kabul 1815-1915 Meeting with SRSG UNAMA, Building 6 Conference Room 1930 Dinner at the German Embassy for Security Council Members 2130 Return to Turkish Embassy Tuesday, 4 November 0800 Departure from Gandamak to UNAMA 0815 Departure from Turkish Embassy to UNAMA 0830-0930 Dr.
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 12, PARAGRAPH 1, OF THE OPTIONAL PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY : INITIAL REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 2003 : HOLY SEE
GE.12-47124 (S) 190213 190313 Comité de los Derechos del Niño Examen de los informes presentados por los Estados partes en virtud del artículo 12, párrafo 1, del Protocolo
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ADVERSE EFFECTS OF THE ILLICIT MOVEMENT AND DUMPING OF TOXIC AND DANGEROUS PRODUCTS AND WASTES ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, FATMA-ZOHRA OUHACHI-VESELY : ADDENDUM
Components of this tracking system include: the obligation to have a written manifest accompany the shipment at all times; requirements that the transporter within the United States be registered; submitting notices of intent to export to the EPA; and storage and compilation of the collected data by the EPA into annual and biennial reports. (...) As they are destined for recycling, such exports are not subject to the general export requirements imposed by RCRA on the export of other hazardous or toxic waste to countries including OECD member States.aa Shipments within the United States do not even require a manifest to accompany the SLABs for export. 49. SLABs are hazardous waste under the Basel Convention,bb and their export for recycling to non-Annex VII States would be halted were the United States to ratify the Ban Amendment to the Convention.cc 50.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, ANDREAS MAVROMMATIS, ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAQ
During the meeting on 27 January, the Special Rapporteur was asked how many support staff he would wish to accompany him, and the Special Rapporteur requested that two professional staff from the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), as well as two United Nations interpreters accompany him.
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