WORK PROGRAMME ON THE REVISION OF THE GUIDELINES FOR THE REVIEW OF BIENNIAL REPORTS AND NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS, INCLUDING NATIONAL INVENTORY REVIEWS, FOR DEVELOPED COUNTRY PARTIES
Target audience: New review experts and lead reviewers.
Type of course: E-learning, without instructor.
(...) Preparation: 2014
Target audience: New review experts reviewing targets and PaMs, and lead reviewers.
(...) Preparation: 014
Target audience: New review experts reviewing emission trends, projections and the total
effect of PaMs, and lead reviewers.
LETTER DATED 27 NOVEMBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
He maintained that the best
investment to the future of conflict prevention and resolution efforts is educating the
youth, pointing out to the presence of large number of students in the audience.
Ambassador Akçapar referred to the Council of Foreign Ministers decisions and
underlined the responsibility of enhancing the mediation capacity of the OIC as a joint
priority of all member states.
(...) He concluded his remarks by reminding the audience that the best way to approach
conflicts is to prevent them in the first place.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : ADDENDUM
Analysis of the context
should place the speech act within the social and political context prevalent at the time the
speech was made and disseminated;
(b) Speaker: The speaker’s position or status in the society should be considered,
specifically the individual’s or organization’s standing in the context of the audience to
whom the speech is directed;
(c) Intent: Article 20 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
anticipates intent. (...) In this regard, it requires the
activation of a triangular relationship between the object and subject of the speech act as
well as the audience.
(d) Content and form: The content of the speech constitutes one of the key foci
of the court’s deliberations and is a critical element of incitement. Content analysis may
include the degree to which the speech was provocative and direct, as well as the form,
style, nature of arguments deployed in the speech or the balance struck between arguments
(e) Extent of the speech act: Extent includes such elements as the reach of the
speech act, its public nature, its magnitude and size of its audience. Other elements to
consider include whether the speech is public, what means of dissemination are used, for
example by a single leaflet or broadcast in the mainstream media or via the Internet, the
frequency, the quantity and the extent of the communications, whether the audience had the
means to act on the incitement, whether the statement (or work) is circulated in a restricted
environment or widely accessible to the general public;
(f) Likelihood, including imminence: Incitement, by definition, is an inchoate
WORK PROGRAMME ON THE REVISION OF THE GUIDELINES FOR THE REVIEW OF BIENNIAL REPORTS, NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS, INCLUDING NATIONAL INVENTORY REVIEWS. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
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LETTER DATED 14 OCTOBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
technologies, as one panellist illustrated, expanded the audience for conflicts. Any
development pertaining to a conflict or peace process may easily be shared with
millions of people over online platforms. Therefore, mediators will now need to
mediate the expectations of not only conflict parties but also a wider audience. This
also calls in the concept of adaptation.
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION ON HIS MISSION TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
For example, employers may hold “captive audience” meetings, which employees
are obliged to attend, at which they can aggressively discourage union activity. (...) Unions have no right to
speak during the captive audience meetings, distribute union literature in the workplace,
conduct meetings in the workplace without management being present, or hold similar
captive audience meetings.
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF OPINION AND EXPRESSION, AMBEYI LIGABO : ADDENDUM
In his addfeSS， the Special Rappofteuf brought to
the attention of the audience a nunlber of issues he considered crucial for the development of
harm0ni0uS， nlulticultufal Societies in Which the fight to ffee Speech and editofial ffeedom are
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decfee On the cfeation of a national television and fadio c0uncil， a body fesponsible f0f，
inter alia， the issuance of broadcasting licences to television and radio channe1S， the
monitofing of theif activity and the pfotection of the interests of the audience. Six of its nine
members Were to be appointed by the President of Azerbaijan.
REPORT OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ON HER OFFICE'S CONSULTATION ON OPERATIONALIZING THE FRAMEWORK FOR BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS : ADDENDUM
Professor Ayine offered the audience
a sample of stabilization clauses promulgated into law in Ghana in favour of investors and
described the constitutional challenge to such laws. (...) The session was very well attended and there was active participation from the
audience. After a short introduction by the panellists, there was a lively question and
answer period in which discussions focused on a wide range of issues including corruption,
transparency of contracts and the need for the international investment regime as a whole to
integrate concern for human rights.
NOTE VERBALE DATED 13 APRIL 2022 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
The conference papers and summary of discussions, challenges and opportunities
identified, and recommendations for further action shall be published as a compendium,
providing the means by which a broad audience can updated on the development of the sector,
and above all gain understanding about the importance of continuous investment into
humanitarian mine action programmes.
NOTE VERBALE DATED 2006/09/20 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF SUDAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
She even told the absolutely false incident
of the refusal of the President of Sudan to grant audience to a British
Minister then present in Khartoum to discuss the issue.