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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 744TH MEETING HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON THURSDAY 14 MARCH 1963 : COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, 19TH SESSION
That idea was contained in opereÆive paragraph 6 of the Danish-United States draft which, in fa c t, expressed in bettor terris the i^rovisions of paragraph 10 o f the Sub-Commission's , d ra ft. (...) Paragraph 14 con­ cerning the duty of tho UrJ.tod Nations to discover and disclose the forms taken by rac ia l discrim ination suggested that the United Nations had an investigatory function, which i.t did not in fa c t possess; that paragraph had therefore been properly omitted in the Danish-United States d ra ft.
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NEED TO ENSURE A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT FOR THE WELL-BEING OF INDIVIDUALS :REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION / BULGARIA, BYELORUSSIAN SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLIC, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC, GUATEMALA, GUINEA, IRAQ, LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC, MONGOLIA, MOROCCO AND VIET NAM
LIMITED A/C.3/44/L.49/Rev.l 22 November 1989 ORIGINAL; ENGLISH Forty-fourth session THIRD COMMITTEE Agenda item 90 INTERNATIONAL COVENANTS ON HUMAN RIGHTS cr,slling that in accordance with the provisions of the Universal DeclarationP of Human Righta A/ "everyone has the right to a atandard or living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family", R.as;ermA z in-g the need t.0 promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and freedoms in all their aspects, Canntittig that a bettor and healthier environment can help to contribute towards the full enjoyment of human righta by all, Rec.tiA.i~g the Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, 2/ adopted on 16 June 1972, which statea that "both qepects of man's environment, the natural and man-made, are essential to hia well-being", 1.1 Resolution 217 A (III). 111 &&%Zt.
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PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION, STOCKPILING AND USE OF RADIOLOGICAL WEAPONS : DRAFT RESOLUTION / HUNGARY, INDONESIA, JAPAN AND SWEDEN
j thirt the Ad Iioc Committee in 1987 made a further contribution to -he clarification and bettor understanding of difforcnt approaches which continue to c?
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PETITION FROM THE CONSTITUENCY CHAIRMAN, CONVENTION PEOPLES PARTY, BRANCH OF KPANDU NORTH, AND OTHERS CONCERNING TOGOLAND UNDER BRITISH ADMINISTRATION
THE SECRETARY GENERAL UNITED NATIONS ORGJu~ISATION NEW YORK. 54-04954 Yours in the service of out Nation, (Signed) M. C. B -~ 1 AG BETTOR (M. C. B. -AGBET'l'OH) CONSTITUENCY CHAIRMAN. · ~~ \ T/PFJr.6/L.44/Add.l English Page 2 , "Dear Sirs, /COPY I "The Ewe and All-Togoland Congress P.O.
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COMPLIANCE WITH ARMS LIMITATION AND DISARMAMENT AGREEMENTS :DRAFT RESOLUTION / AUSTRALIA, AUSTRIA, CAMEROON, CANADA, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, DENMARK, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC, GERMANY, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, ITALY, JAPAN, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, POLAND, ROMANIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, TURKEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND ZAIRE.
I, (Zo.nvi.nce.d that the resolution of non-compliance questions that have arisen with regard to aqroements on arms limitations and disarmament would contribute to bettor relations among Stat-es and the strengthening of WC ‘Ld peace and security, 1.
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO INFORMATION : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL POLITICAL COMMITTEE : GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 43RD SESSION
RECOMENDATIONB OF THE SPECIAL POLITICAL COWITTEE 191 The Spocirl Political Committoo rocommondr to the Qonoral Arrembly the adoption of the following draft rarolutionrl A mu itfi previous rerolutionr on quartionr relating to information, D the mandate given to the Committee on Information by thr Qenerrl Asrembly in itr rerolution 341182 of 18 Doaombrr 1979, v of the report of the Socrrtrry-Qonoral on quortionr relating to information, 41 B the Secrrtary-Qonoral to continue necerrary action in order to increaro the efficirncy and l ffoctivonooa of the Dopartmrnt of Public Information of the Secretariat, with particular l mpharir on rocuring l co-ordinated approach to priority issuer boforo the Organisation, T-b of the comprrhonsive roport of the Committoe on Information, 51 which sowed a8 an important brrir and rtimulated further doliborrtionr, $1 A/43/839, A/43/902 Englirh Pago 6 1, w the full implrmontation of the following rrcommrndabionrl ( 1 ) A l l countrior, the Unitsd Nation8 ryrtom au a wholr and ~11 othorr aonaornod rhould ao-oporato in thr l 8tabli8hmant of a now world information and communication ordrr, roan a8 an rvolving and oontinuour procofifi I and bafiad, intrraLI on the frrr circulation and wider and bettor balanard dirromination of information guarantooing divorrity of 8ourao8 of information and from l aaomm to information and, in partiaular, the urgent mod to chango thr doprndrnt rtatur of the dovoloping countriar in the firld of information and aommuniaation, am thx principlr of rovoroign rquality unong nation8 l xtondr alfio to thir firld, and intondrd alo to rtrrngthon poaao and international undorrtanding, enabling all porronr to participate l fffiativoly in political, l oonomia, l oaial and cultural life and promoting human rightr, undrrrtanding and friondrhip among all nationfi. (...) (3) Concidoring the l xioting imbalancor in the international distribution of nrwr, pwticulrrly that l ffrcting the doveloping aountrirr, it 18 rocommondod that urgent attention ohould br given to the elimination of oxirting imbalancor by, m,divrrrifying the 8ourc8s of information and rrepecting the interofitfi, afipirationr and r o c i o - c u l t u r a l valuer o f a l l pooplrfit A/43/902 Englirh Page 7 (4) The United Nation8 ryrtrm am a wholo, particularly the United Nation8 Educational, Bciontifia and Cultural Organimation, and the drvrlopod countrier rhould bo urged Lo co-oporato in a cancorted marwr with the doveloping aountrior towardr otrongthoning the information and communication fnfrartruaturor in the lattrr countrier and promoting their aacomm to advanaod aonununiaation taahnology, in l aaordanco with thr prioritier attached to much aroam by the davrloping counttier, with a view to l nabllng them to drvrlop thrir own information and aontmunioationr policirfi fromly and indrpondontly and in the light of their l ooial and aultural valuer, taking into account the principle of freedom of thr promo and information, In thin regard, rupport rhould br provided for the continuation and rtrongthoning of practical training programmom for broadaart~rr and journalirtfi from dovoloping aountrior) (5) Note should bo taken with appreciation of rrgional offortr, rrpocially among the dovoloping oountrimm, am wall am ao-oprration bworn dovoloprd and dovoloping countriofi to dmvolop furthrr thr media infrartructuro in the doveloping countriafi, l mpoaially in the aroam of training and dirromination of information, with a view to encouraging a free flow and a wider and batter balanced dimnomination of informationj (a) Articlr 1 9 of the Univorfial Doalrration o f H u m a n Rightr, 41 whioh providrr that l voryono ham the right to frradom of opinion and l xprarrion and that thin right inaludor fromdom to hold opinion8 without intorforrncr and to meek, recoivm and impart information and idoam through any media and rsgardlrrr of frontiera, and artialo 29, which fitipulatofi that thofio right8 and frwdomr may in no cam bo l xorcimod contrary to the purporor and principlom of thr Unitrd Nationfi, rhould bo racallodJ (7) The relevant paragraph8 of goneral Amrombly rrrolution 59 (I) of 14 Decembrr 1946, in which the A~rrmbly rtatod, intrr u, t h a t freedom of information in a fundamental human right, murt bo roitoratod~ (8) The primary role that thr Qrnoral Amrombly in to play in elaborating, co-ordinating and harmoniming United Nation6 pollcior and activities in the field of information having boon reaffirms the Secretary-Qenoral in requertod to oneuro that the l ativitirs of the Department of Public Informrtion, am thr focal point of the public information tank6 of thr Unitrd Nationr, are rtrongthonod and improved, kmoping in virw the purporer and prinaipler of the Chartor of the United Nation6 and thr priority area6 much am thou0 rtatod in roction III, paragraph 1, of Qeneral Amrembly rorolution 351201 of 16 December 1980 and other prrtinont rrrolutionr of the Afifiembly and thr recommondationr of the Committee on Information, no am to onruro an objrativo and morr coherent coverage of, am well am botter knowledge about, the United Nation8 and it8 work, The Sscrrtury-Qenoral 18 further roqurrted to l nmure that the Dopartmont of Public Information8 41 Resolution 217 A (III), A/43/902 Englirh P a g o 8 (a) Co-opsrato more regularly with the United Nation8 Eduoational, Saiontific and Cultural Organimation, l mpoaially at the working 1~01, with a view to maximiring the contributionr of thr Dopartmont 80 the effortr of that organfmation in furthor promoting the attainmrnt of a frer flow and a wider and bettor balanood dienomination of informationl (b) Strongthon it6 ao-oprrrtion with the Movmmrnt of Non-Aligned Countrior, with the Now8 Agencier Pool of Non-Aligned Countrier, with the Eao-Pool of tho Now6 Agmnoiem of Non-Aligned Countrior and with the Broadcarting Organimation of Non-Aligned Countriofi, am ~011 am with intorgovernmeutal and rrgional organimationr and with the now6 agrncior of the dewloping countrior. In thin regard, the Departmont of Publia Information rhould monitor, ao appropriate, important mootingx of the Movemrnt, in particular itr rununit meotingr, am well am there of intrrgovrrnmontal and regional crganiration8, am thin conrtituter e concroto atop toward6 the promotion of a wider and bettor brlanaod dirromination of informatfonl (a) Continue to dirrrminato information xbout the United Nation6 activitier in thr field of human rightr, decolonisation and the l liminxtion of all forma of racial dirarimination and forrign oacupationr (d) Qivo the widort porriblo dirrominxtion of information pertaining to acuto world l aontimic problem8 in goneral and, in particular, to the mevero economic difficultier of thr leant dovoloprd aountrior and thr nerd for rtrmngthrning the international l aonomia co-operation aimed at rorolving the extornal debt problrmr of developing countri~fi~ (0) Do itr utmost to dirrrmioate widely and to publiclax the United Nations Programme of Action for Afrioan Uaonomio Recovery and Development 19864990 I/ and the tremondour offortfi of the African countrier toward6 recovery and development, am ~011 am tho poritivo rorponrr by the international community to alluviato the rrriour rconomic rituation prevailing in Africa) (I) Continue adequate covorago of the World Dimarmament Campaignr (g) Dirrominato adxquatoly and accurately, in conformity with rrlevant Unitrd Nation8 rrrolutionfi on the quertion of Palertins and the mituetion in the Middle Eart, information relating to the rtruggle of the Palertinian people, particularly it8 current upriming, and of the Arab population in the Palrrtinian and other Arab territorier ocaupiod by Imrasl mince 1967, including Jerumalom, for thr attainment and oxercire of the i r inalionabls na t iona l right6 , and report thereon to the Committoe on Information at it8 rubrtantive rofifiion in 19891 11 Rerolution S-13/2, anno%* / . , .
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SALARY OF THE REGISTRAR OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
6l'iod. o;t' service; tho mnrlmum so.lory would thus be ro.isod from 271 000 to 3~;000 florins," f "Having regard to the provi:Jiono.l character of its· rcco=ndo.ti e in connection with tho Undor-Sccretnry-Goncro.l, th•J CoJD+OittoC'l .though , it bettor not to o.dhero to tho p:t>oposal 1!1!1do by tho CC!
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LONG-TERM PROGRAMME AND THE ORGANIZATION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE COMMISSION (RESOLUTION 3(XXIII)) : REPORT BY THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY: ADDENDUM
Furthermore, in the view of tho French Government it would be possible to organize the work of tho Commission's annual sessions bettor if a Sessional Committee were sot up. The Committee could bo sot up immediately after tho agenda for the session hod been adopted and the officers elected.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 7TH MEETING : 6TH COMMITTEE, HELD ON MONDAY, 3 OCTOBER 1988, NEW YORK, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 43RD SESSION
IUkrainian Soviet Socialist Sepublic) said that it would be possible to create a bettor world only through healthy intornstional rolationa and close co-operation to achieve security and the survival of mankind.
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NOTE DATED 51/05/18 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING THE 19TH REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION OF 18 JULY 1959
The wound United Natione soldier in Korea ha8 a bettor chance of recovery than ha3 the solilier of any previous war,,.not only by virtue of improved medical treatments available at all echelons, but a3so in large mBa8uTo because of his roaajr accessibility to major ndical installations provided by rcpld air evacuation.
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