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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18TH SESSION, 3RD COMMITTEE : 1265TH MEETING, FRIDAY, 15 NOVEMBER 1963, NEW YORK
Referring to the mention of the family, society and the State, he remarked that the last two cases were relatively simple, since it was the duty of the public authorities to protect minors, but that the first case presented certain difficulties. Although the laws of all countries imposed on the family the general obligation of ensuring the welfare of minors, the moral treat- ment of minors within the family was a human prob- lem over which the law had no control. (...) He felt that the last words in the paragraph added nothing to the obligations imposed by its provisions on the family, society and the State. Consequently he con- sidered that the last two lines of the paragraph might be modified to read: "the right to adequate protection by his family, society and the State"; or else para- graph 1 could be modified to read: "Every child shall have, without any discrimination ... , the right to protection by his family, society and the State".
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2010/03/04 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF BRAZIL TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
It is also worth noting that by December 2009, 93% of biodiesel producers held the Social Fuel Seal (a certificate issued to biodiesel producers that purchase raw materials from family farmers within minimum limits that vary according to the region), which is, to our knowledge, the only energy- related initiative in the world that promotes small holding family farming. (...) The special rapporteur report does not mention either that biodiesel producers that acquire raw material from family farmers, anywhere in Brazil, are eligible to reduction of up to 68% in federal taxes. If these purchases are made from family-based producers of palm oil in the North Region, or of castor oil in the Northeast and in the Semi-Arid Region, the reduction may reach 100%.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 22 MARCH 2013 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF BULGARIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
This process involves prevention of placing children in institutions, and creating new opportunities for children and families to acquire community support. The National Strategy and the Action Plan entail implementation of the projects outlined below, financed by the European Structural Funds. (...) Since the Foster Care Commission has been set up with Regional Social Assistance Directorates, more than 250 foster family candidates have been approved. The approved foster families have accommodated 107 childrene (as of 09 Jan 2013). (...) As a result of activities as prevention, reintegration, placement with family and relatives, foster families, and adoption, there is a stable trend in reducing the number of children in specialized institutions, namely: • 2009 – 137 specialized institutions (SI) – 6730 children; • 2010 – 130 SI – 5695 children; • 2011 – 127 SI – 4755 children; • 2012 – 122 SI – 4239 children.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTREME POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS, MAGDALENA SEPULVEDA CARMONA : ADDENDUM
Similarly, boys are more likely to be taken out of school by their families due to cultural attitudes to their role in the family. (...) The Special Rapporteur recalls that in line with the obligation to protect and promote the best interests of the child, efforts should be directed towards enabling the child to remain in or return to the care of his or her parents or extended family, including through tackling the material deprivation of the family or providing alternative family-based care. 37. (...) Additionally, many stateless persons do not approach the authorities to restore or acquire Mongolian nationality, because they fear the stigma of being identified as stateless.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES : ADDENDUM
It suggested that the “Governments of Indonesia and Timor-Leste work together to acquire information about the fate of disappeared people and cooperate to gather data and provide information to their families”.2 It also recommended collective reparations. (...) However, a lack of ante mortem and family blood samples hampers identification. 31. (...) With regard to the latter, CTF recommended that the Governments of Indonesia and Timor-Leste “work together to acquire information/form a commission about disappeared people and cooperate to gather data and provide information”.8 According to CTF, “this Commission shall be also tasked to identify the whereabouts of all Timor-Leste children who were separated from their parents and to notify their families”.9 55.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE BUSTAMANTE : ADDENDUM
Japan does not regularize irregular migrants after a certain period of residence in the country: many have lived in Japan for several years, sometimes for more than 15 or 20 years, and have founded a family with children born and educated in Japan. They live in permanent fear of deportation, which affects their entire family. (...) The only possibility for migrants to acquire a regular status is the “special permission to stay”. (...) In the case of Noriko Calderon, the Immigration Bureau ordered the deportation of the entire family. Thereafter, it conceded special permission to stay to the child only, allowing her to continue her studies under the care of an appropriate custodian.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18TH SESSION, 3RD COMMITTEE : 1266TH MEETING, MONDAY, 18 NOVEMBER 1963, NEW YORK
One advantage of the new article was that it recog- nized the equality of legitimate children and children born out of wedlock; that was the first step towards the elimination of a great injustice. The Romanian family code had put an end to that iniquitous situation, for it proclaimed that all children must receive equal 279 NEW YORK treatment in law without regard to their birth. (...) His delegation had had no difficulty in voting for paragraph 3 of the article, since the right to acquire a nationality automatically entailed the right to change one's nationality. (...) It was impossible, therefore, to stress the right to acquire a nationality, without at the same time stressing the right freely to change one's nationality. 23.
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LETTER FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL, GENEVA, 28 APRIL 2009
Turkey, which now occupies a non-permanent seat in the UN Security Council, ought to acquire a better understanding of and abide by the provisions of relevant SC resolutions, in particular those referring to the “secessionist acts in the occupied part of the Republic of Cyprus” (UNSC resolution 550). (...) A violation of the right of Greek Cypriots living in northern Cyprus to respect for their private and family life and to respect for their home, as guaranteed by Article 8 of the Convention. 12.
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VISIT TO BRAZIL :REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY PERSONS WITH ALBINISM, IKPONWOSA ERO
She met with Brazilian authorities including at the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, of Women, Family and Human Rights, of Citizenship, of Health, of Education, Justice and Public Security and of Economy at the national and state levels. (...) The mental health of persons with albinism was raised regularly in the course of discussions during the Independent Expert’s visit in relation to frequent humiliation and discrimination within the family, the immediate community, from society at large and particularly in schools. (...) Mothers of children with albinism and family members of persons with albinism may need psychosocial support and counselling, as they often encounter stigma relating to albinism.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2010/06/28 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF POLAND ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Paragraph 25 With reference to the Rapporteur’s statement ‘family life courses focus narrowly on marriage and family and touch only to a very limited extent on issues of sexuality and procreation, merely promoting abstinence and traditional methods of family planning’ we would like to remind that the Universal Declaration on Human Rights stipulates in Article 16 para 3 that ‘the family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State’ (see also comments to Paragraph 26). (...) Referring to the information provided in the Report that the family life courses simply promote abstinence and traditional methods of family planning, it is crucial to notice that the curriculum for the educational course “Family life education” is set in the Regulation of the Minister of National Education and Sport of 26 February 2002 on Core Curricula for the Pre-school Education and General Education in Particular Types of Schools (Journal of Laws, No 51, item 458, as amended). (...) Lectures on formation for family life are conducted by teachers qualified to be employed in the particular kind of school and completed a faculty at the university level in the area of the “Family life education” or post-graduate courses or qualification courses compliant with Programme contents.
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