REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE IMPLICATIONS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND WASTES ON HIS MISSION TO THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Court ordered the Government to take measures to improve air pollution as
soon as possible, and to develop a new plan by 31 July 2017.19
30. A new plan to mitigate air pollution was published in July 2017. (...) In
the case of the Preston New Road site, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local
Government overturned the Lancashire County Council’s decision to refuse planning
permission. The affected community claims this to be a denial of local democracy, given
that the local authority had originally refused permission, and the Council has called on the
Government to address the community’s concerns and ensure adequate environmental
controls. A new appeal has been launched against the decision by the Secretary of State to
grant planning permission at Preston New Road, and a hearing is expected to be held in
ADMISSION OF OBSERVERS: ORGANIZATIONS APPLYING FOR ADMISSION AS OBSERVERS. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
All India Women’s Education Fund Association (AIWEFA), New Delhi, India
6. All-China Environment Federation (ACEF), Beijing, China
7. (...) Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute (AYLI), Auckland, New Zealand
9. Asabe Shehu Yar’adua Foundation (ASYARF), Abuja, Nigeria
10. (...) Human Rights Foundation Aotearoa New Zealand (HRF), Auckland, New
GLOBAL EXTRACTIVISM AND RACIAL EQUALITY : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE
2 见 Adrián Groglopo, “Dependency theories and internal colonialism”, 载于 Social Science in
Context – Historical, Sociological, and Global Perspectives, Rickard Danell、Anna Larsson和 Per
Wisselgren编(伦德，北欧学术出版社，2013年)；以及 Patrick Bond, “The political economy of
Africa and dependency theory”, 载于 Dialogues on Development Volume I: Dependency,
3 Ulrich Brand、Kristina Dietz和Miriam Lang, “Neo-extractivism in Latin America - one side of a
new phase of global capitalist dynamics”,《政治》，第 11卷，第 21期，第 129页。
(...) 5 Brand、Dietz和 Lang, “Neo-extractivism in Latin America”，第 130页。
(...) 42 Brand、Dietz和 Lang, “Neo-extractivism in Latin America”，第 143页。
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
Discussions held during session 6 focused on new strategies for supply chain
engagement and the role of consumers in that this field. (...) The
aim of the session was to explore the next steps necessary for business and multi-
stakeholder engagement, to consider key challenges and new forms of engagement, and to
discuss potential new benchmarks and indicators to promote trafficking-free supply chains.
(...) involvement in the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition; and/or new policies, social
auditing protocols and other tools.
SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAQ :REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, ANDREAS MAVROMMATIS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMMISSION RESOLUTION 2002/15
Notes verbales received from the Permanent Mission of Iraq
between 30 December 2002 and 19 February 2003*
Note verbale No. 397, dated 30 December 2002
Reply to the Special Rapporteurs letter dated 1 July 2002 on the number of people executed
in 2000 and 2001
Note verbale No. 11, dated 14 January 2003
Composition of the Iraqi delegation attending the meeting on 25 February 2003 with the Special
Note verbale No. 13, dated 16 January 2003
Report on The impact of the embargo on health in Iraq, containing a brief commentary and
statistical analysis on the study concerning The impact of the unjust embargo on the health of
the Iraqi people
Note verbale No. 15, dated 16 January 2003
Comments by the Permanent Mission of Iraq to the United Nations Office at Geneva on the
report of the Special Rapporteur to the fifty-ninth session of the Commission on Human Rights
Note verbale No. 38, dated 26 January 2003
Abolition of Decree No. 179 of October 1994 regarding the death penalty for falsification of a
military service record book or document (sentence of 10-15 years imprisonment instead)
Note verbale No. 39, dated 26 January 2003
Abolition of article 1 of Decree No. 137 of November 1996 regarding persons being held in
custody on charges of entering or leaving Iraq illegally
Note verbale No. 40, dated 26 January 2003
Abolition of Decree No. 6 of July 1994 regarding the penalty of life imprisonment or amputation
of the hand for falsifying official documents
Note verbale No. 41, dated 26 January 2003
Abolition of Decree No. 117 of October 1994 prohibiting the removal of brand marks from the
Note verbale No. 46, dated 27 January 2003
Abolition of article 1 of Decree No. 1133 of September 1982 regarding the death penalty for
robbery by a new article limiting the imposition of the death penalty to persons found guilty of
committing armed robbery in time of war, and only in the case of a repeat offence
* All mentioned notes are available for consultation at OHCHR.
CONFIRMATIONS :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL.
27 January 1998
1998年 2月 3日至 6日
巴西 Marco Ant⇐nio Diniz BRAND=O
大韩民国 Nam-Hoon CHO
俄罗斯联邦 Igor A. ZLOKAZOV
泰国 Damrong BOONYOEN
卢旺达 Gerald GAHIMA
大不列颠及北爱尔兰联合王国 Audrey GLOVER
希腊 Maria ARSENI
卢旺达 Christine Umutoni NYINAWUMWANI
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RECENT WRITINGS RELATED TO THE WORK OF UNCITRAL
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VISIT TO SRI LANKA : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS WHILE COUNTERING TERRORISM
Therefore, under the Act, the authorities have been able to
stigmatize, brand and prosecute entire communities and members of civil society as
“terrorists”, and associate any form of peaceful criticism or dissent with terrorism. (...) The Minister for Law
and Order informed the Special Rapporteur that steps were under way to avoid any new
arrests under the Act, and to use the general criminal law wherever possible. (...) The Special Rapporteur is satisfied that there had been a steep decline in the use of
the Act during the first half of 2017, but he was nonetheless made aware of new cases in the
Northern Province, in which individuals had reportedly been arrested under that legislation.
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS, MARGARET SEKAGGYA : ADDENDUM
January 2009, the brakes of the brand new car of Judge Rosario were reportedly sabotaged.
55. (...) (a) Intelligence information
75. Both the old and new Colombian Criminal Procedural Codes18 prohibit the use of
intelligence reports as evidence for opening judicial proceedings. (...) This new code reportedly offers better guarantees of
REPORT ON THE WORK OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE ON THE REGULAR PROCESS FOR GLOBAL REPORTING AND ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, INCLUDING SOCIOECONOMIC ASPECTS :LETTER DATED 18 NOVEMBER 2022 FROM THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
The meeting of the Working Group was
held at United Nations Headquarters in New York on 1 November 2022.
2. The Co-Chairs of the Working Group, Yolannie Cerrato (Honduras) and Mark
Zellenrath (The Kingdom of Netherlands), opened the meeting. (...) The contributions of the Regular Process and its outputs towards
the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in particular the
1 Angola, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, China, Comoros, Croatia,
Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, France, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Madagascar,
Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal, New Zealand, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Papua New
Guinea, Palestine, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation,
Singapore, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Tanzania, Thailand, Türkiye, Uganda, United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America, Uruguay, Viet Nam, and Yemen.
2 European Union.
3 All listed documents are available at https://www.un.org/regularprocess/events/seventeenth-meeting.
(...) Anna Dukor, presented a five-phased outreach strategy of the
third cycle, focusing on the Regular Process brand development and awareness raising
campaign priority content areas based on the key findings of the second World Ocean
Assessment, to be widely communicated through identified opportunities for
stakeholder engagement at all levels.