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OPINION NO. 10/2016 CONCERNING BEFEKADU HAILU, ZELALEM KIBRET, ATNAF BERHANE, NATNAIL FELEKE, MAHLET FANTAHUN, ABEL WABELLA, TESFALEM WALDYES, ASMAMAW HAILEGIORGIS, AND EDOM KASSAYE (ETHIOPIA)
He is a co-founder of the Zone 9 blog. He is active on social media, and maintains a blog on education issues. 7. (...) He is a co-founder of the Zone 9 blog. He writes a blog and is active on Twitter. (...) He is a co-founder of the Zone 9 blog. He maintains a blog and has an active presence on Facebook and Twitter. 9.
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ELECTION OF FIVE MEMBERS TO THE COMMITTEE TO REPLACE THOSE WHOSE TERMS ARE DUE TO EXPIRE ON 30 JUNE 2021, ADDENDUM
, in La República diario digital http://www.larepublica.ec/blog/opinion/2015/11/30/que-es-un- delito-de-lesa-humanidad/ (2015). 6. (...) La obediencia debida y las violaciones a los derechos humanos (Due obedience and human rights violations), in Prohomine, Blog de Derechos Humanos y Derecho Internacional http://wp.me/p41HUl-2F (2014). 11. (...) Las otras víctimas (los allegados de la víctima como parte lesionada) (The other victims (the victim’s next of kin as an injured party)), in Prohomine, Blog de Derechos Humanos y Derecho Internacional http://wp.me/p41HUl-C (2013). 14.
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“The same printed correspondence containing [this] confidential information was published by [a private online blog that has no association with the United Nations (“the Blog”)] the next day”. 5. (...) UNDT/2020/209 Page 9 of 20 results from [the article on the Blog] for the safety and security of the organization or the staff”. (...) Regarding the importance of the possibly previous disclosure of some of the issues on the Blog or in other places, the Tribunal finds that this does not remove the confidential status of the information included in the emails.
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SIXTH SESSION OF THE FORUM ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: BACKGROUND NOTE
The Working Group hopes that the blog series will provide a useful basis for discussions at the 2017 Forum and beyond, and looks forward to the dialogue! (...) The publication of blog contributions does not entail endorsement of the authors or the viewpoints expressed. (...) In view of capacity constraints in managing the blog, it may not be possible to publish all contributions received.
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE SOCIETY FOR THREATENED PEOPLES
It has very strict internet controls, which included blogs, Facebook and several Vietnamese-language websites of the democratic opposition abroad. Independent experts found evidence for official involvement in hacking attacks on websites and blogs that were critical of the government. Since August 2011, 17 bloggers were imprisoned. (...) Therefore, in Vietnam most people who have a blog practice self-censorship, thus avoiding trouble with the authoritarian government.
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE CAIRO INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS STUDIES
Ominously, online activist Zakaria al-Aushayri died in custody on April 9, after his blog “Al-Dair” was blocked for criticizing the government. (...) Maikel Nabil was targeted as an example to other bloggers of the consequences of criticizing the military after writing a blog post stating that “the army and the people were never one hand.” (...) New regulations require all blogs and websites to register with the Information Ministry and all persons who publish online – including comments on electronic forums – to be licensed.
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RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED FORMS OF INTOLERANCE, FOLLOW-UP AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DURBAN DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE UNITED NATIONS WATCH (UN WATCH)
Upon being named Chairperson on August 27, 2007, Libyan ambassador Najjat al-Hajjaji thanked “all member states of the UN for the confidence you have placed in my country,” Libya, to chair the racism review conference.15 In the context of the battle against discrimination, the Libyan representative specifically called attention to “[p]ersecution of migrants, asylum seekers, refugees, those of particular 10 Ibid. 11 Reports submitted under Article 9 of the Convention: 17th Periodic Report of States Parties due in 2002, CERD/C/431/Add.5, 18 June 2003. 12 Ibid. 13 Ibid. 14 Ibid. 15 “Libya elected to chair World Conference on Racism” (28 August 2007), at UN Watch blog, available at http://blog.unwatch.org/?p=264. (...) To agree to practical steps.”17 However, she omitted to mention Libya’s own actions since the adoption of the 2001 Durban Declaration, which, as documented extensively by the CERD and human rights NGO’s, includes precisely the persecution of migrants, asylum seekers, refugees, and those of particular ethnic groups -- such as black African migrants, or the Bulgarian nurses and the Palestinian doctor -- on the basis of racist or xenophobic discrimination.18 16 “Libya elected to chair World Conference on Racism” (28 August 2007), at UN Watch blog, available at http://blog.unwatch.org/?p=264. 17 “Libya elected to chair World Conference on Racism” (28 August 2007), at UN Watch blog, available at http://blog.unwatch.org/?p=264. 18 “Libya elected to chair World Conference on Racism” (28 August 2007), at UN Watch blog, available at http://blog.unwatch.org/?p=264.
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL’S ATTENTION :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY ORGANIZATION FOR DEFENDING VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE
If this order is given all border patrol personnel in the United States can prevent migrants from entering the country. 2.https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/12/haiti-us-must-stop-deportations-abuse-against- haitians 3.https://hrw.org/news/2021/12/09/restaring-remain-mexico-traversty 5.https://per.euronews.com/2021/12/16/channel-migrants-still-held-in-inadequate-conditions 6.https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/12/07/draconian-uk-law-puts-vulnerable-asylum-seekers-risk 7.https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/oct/29/asylum-seekers-in-uk-housed-in-converted- hostel-with-prison-cells 8.https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/585405-anti-asian-hate-crimes-in-nyc-rose-361- percent-police?amp 9.https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/585405-anti-asian-hate-crimes-in-nyc-rose-361- percent-police?
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REPORT OF THE WORLD BANK ON THE INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON PROGRAMME : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Programme was also featured in her follow-up blog. The ICP Global Office manned a popular booth that showcased the concepts behind purchasing power parities, illustrated the results of the ICP 2011 cycle and displayed the myriad applications and uses of ppps. (...) The website also provides information on and documentation of ICP governance meetings, ICP reports, manuals, videos, newsletters and links to media articles, academic and research papers, and major publications that use ICP data and results. 59. The ICP blog series on the World Bank data blog platform26 showcases the use of ppps and the modalities of ICP. (...) A recently introduced series has highlighted the work of country teams, with ICP staff explaining their work processes, the challenges they face and the innovations that help build their statistical capacity. __________________ 24 See www.worldbank.org/en/programs/icp/brief/e-learning. 25 See www.worldbank.org/en/programs/icp. 26 See https://blogs.worldbank.org/opendata. 27 Derek Heady and Harold Aldreman, “The high price of healthy food … and the low price of unhealthy food”, World Bank blogs, 23 July 2019. 28 Edie Purdie, “Purchasing power parities: an essential tool in climate monitoring”, World Bank blogs, 29 May 2019. 29 Edie Purdie, “Monitoring the SDGs with purchasing power parities”, World Bank blogs, 15 January 2019. 30 Edie Purdie, “Measuring India’s economy using PPPs shows it surpassed France 25 years ago”, World Bank blogs, 20 September 2018. 31 Edie Purdie, “Tracking GDP in PPP terms shows rapid rise of China and India”, World Bank blogs, 16 October 2019. 32 See www.worldbank.org/en/programs/icp/brief/newsletter.
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WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE KHIAM REHABILITATION CENTER FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE
A video footage also confirmed that the models of tear gas canisters (GL-202 and GL-203/L), whose potential risk of misuse was clearly described by the company in its advertisement.7 1 Gabriel Elizondo, ‘Bahrain Hitting Close to Home in Brazil’, Al-Jazeera, 18 December 2011, http://www.aljazeera.com/blogs/americas/2011/12/91811.html. 2 ‘Weaponising tear gas: Bahrain’s unprecedented use of toxic chemical agents against civilians’, Physicians for Human Rights, 2012. 3 ‘Bahrain Authorities ‘Weaponising’ Tear Gas’, BBC News, 1 August 2012, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world- middle-east-19078659. 4 ‘Bahrain: An 8 year-old-boy and 87 year-old-man; Two victims in one month of the tear gas collective punishment’, Bahrain Centre for Human Rights, 28 January 2013, http://www.bahrainrights.org/en/node/5617. 5 ‘Bahraini man dies two months after being shot by police: family’, Reuters, 18 April 2014, https://www.reuters.com/article/us-bahrain-violence-death/bahraini-man-dies-two-months-after- being-shot-by-police-family-idUSBREA3H0HC20140418. 6 Reda Al-Fardan, ‘Brazilian tear gas linked to recent death of Abdulaziz al-Saeed’, Bahrain Watch, 26 January 2015, https://bahrainwatch.org/blog/2015/01/26/brazilian-tear-gas-linked-to-the-recent-death-of-abdulaziz- al-saeed/. 7 Jose Antonio Lima and LiucaYonaha, ‘Gáslacrimôgeneo "made in Brazil" é usadonarepressão no Bahrein, dizemativistas’ Época, 16 December 2011, http://revistaepoca.globo.com/Mundo/noticia/2011/12/gas-lacrimogeneo-made-brazil-e-usado-na- repressao-no-bahrein-dizem-ativistas.html A/HRC/38/NGO/32 3 The Brazilian government initially promised to conduct an investigation on Bahrain’s misuse of tear gas manufactured in its country, but later in 2012 denied that Brazil had not exported tear gas to Bahrain. (...) *Salam for democracy and Human Rights, NGO without consultative status, also shares the views expressed in this statement. 8 ‘Brazilian government blocks Bahraini tear gas probe’, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain, 17 December 2015, https://www.adhrb.org/2015/12/8017/. 9 ‘Ban tear gas to Bahrain and free Nabeel Rajab, says EU Parliament’, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain, 10 July 2015, http://www.adhrb.org/2015/07/ban-tear-gas-to-bahrain-and-free-nabeel- rajab-says-eu-parliament/. 10 Reda Al-Fardan, ‘Brazilian tear gas linked to recent death of Abdulaziz al-Saeed’, Bahrain Watch, 26 January 2015, https://bahrainwatch.org/blog/2015/01/26/brazilian-tear-gas-linked-to-the-recent-death-of- abdulaziz-al-saeed/.
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