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When Baluku shared the sad news with his wife Justine, she consoled him but sternly told him that he wouldn’t attend the burial.  “I refused him to go because I knew that there were high chances of him contracting Ebola during the process of burial and then he would put the whole village at risk.” (...) “If these volunteers had not come, perhaps I would not have stopped my husband from going for the burial,” says Alini.  Alex Andam, LC1 chairperson, applauded Justine for her proactiveness. (...) We counselled him and emphasized the dangers of attending the burial and Ebola.  We advised him to go after 21 days because after these 21 days and there is no one who turned positive after the burial then he is safe to go.
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Score: 1112900 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...-community-ebola-virus-disease
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CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON THE COMBINED INITIAL TO 4TH PERIODIC REPORT OF LESOTHO : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN : ADDENDUM
The Government of Lesotho is preparing to undertake a Constitutional review and it hoped that Section 18 (4) (c) that allows for discrimination based on gender in matters relating to marriage, burial, devolution of property, death and other matters that fall within the provisions of personal law will be repealed. 4. It is also hoped that the Government of Lesotho will include in the Constitution of Lesotho and appropriate legislation (Inheritance legislation and Laws of Lerotholi) clauses that prohibit discrimination against women on all grounds including marriage, burial, devolution of property, death and other matters that fall within the provisions of personal law, as well as where customary law is applicable. (...) Lesotho has established the National Identity and Civil Registry Department within the Ministry of Home Affairs which will amongst others deal with the CEDAW/C/LSO/CO/1-4/Add.2 3/6 15-20673 registration of marriages, births, deaths and national identity documents in order to provide certainty and secure women’s rights to: • Matrimonial property upon death of their spouses • Matrimonial property during divorce or annulment of marriage • Burial • Devolution of property 6. It has been noted that customary marriages and marriages registered in other institutions have not yet been captured in the Integrated Vital System on registration of vital events 2013 of the office. 7.
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Score: 1112179.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...EDAW/C/LSO/CO/1-4/ADD.2&Lang=E
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL'S ATTENTION : JOINT WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY NONVIOLENT RADICAL PARTY, TRANSNATIONAL AND TRANSPARTY, FRANCE LIBERTES : FONDATION DANIELLE MITTERRAND, WOMEN'S HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION, MOUVEMENT CONTRE LE RACISME ET POUR L'AMITIE ENTRE LES PEUPLES, INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INC
Since 2012, about 3’000 residents of Camp Ashraf were forcibly relocated in Camp Hurriya (Camp Liberty), a substandard prison camp close to Baghdad to undergo Asylum processing. (...) He added: “We welcome the fact that the remaining 42 residents of Camp Ashraf have in the meantime been safely transferred to Camp Hurriya, which is located near the Iraqi capital. (...) He gave no information about the time and place it took place. The secret burial of the bodies of the victims at an unspecified time and an undisclosed location in the absence of members of their families, as well as the absence and even knowledge of the UN representative who had officially received the bodies in Camp Ashraf on September 2, on the basis that before burial they would undergo autopsy by independent pathologist, is to destroy the evidence and prevent the course of justice.
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FOLLOW-UP TO THE RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES IN ITS REPORT ON ITS VISIT TO TURKEY FROM 14 TO 18 MARCH 2016 (A/HRC/33/51/ADD.1) :REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES
Concerning identification of new burial sites, establishment of a DNA bank and creation of a register with the exact or approximate number of the disappeared, the Working Group regrets not having received detailed information from the authorities about progress made in this regard. Against this backdrop, the Working Group recommends that the authorities should consider independent initiatives led by civil society, such as studies mapping burial sites across Turkey. 16. The Working Group considers that the right to truth is both a collective and an individual right. (...) The written parliamentary question is available at https://www2.tbmm.gov.tr/d27/7/7-22833s.pdf. 12 Although the time period is regulated as 5 days, the governors and sub-governors were authorised to order the burial themselves if the families had failed to do so within 24 hours.
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Score: 1110952.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/45/13/ADD.4&Lang=E
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Government failure  According to the experts, federal environmental regulations have failed to protect people residing in “Cancer Alley”.  In 2018, St. James Parish Council approved the industrialization of toxic chemical development through the “Sunshine Project” – a subsidiary company of Formosa Plastics Group that would create one of the world’s largest plastics facilities – and the building of two methanol complexes by other manufacturers.  (...) James Parish affecting disproportionately African American residents, flagged the experts.   A grim prospect  According to data from the Environmental Protection Agency's National Air Toxic Assessment map, the cancer risks in predominantly African American Districts in St James Parish could be at 104 and 105 cases per million, while those threats in predominantly white districts range from 60 to 75 per million.  (...) Cultural threat  The UN experts also sounded the alarm over possible violations of cultural rights, as at least four ancestral burial grounds are at serious risk of being destroyed by the planned construction. 
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Score: 1110432 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/03/1086172
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IMPLEMENTATION OF PARAGRAPH 4 OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 2107 (2013) : 24TH REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
At the meetings, participants received updates on the findings at the Samawah site, Muthanna Governorate, and on the explorations and excavations at potential burial sites located in Karbala ’ and Rahhaliyah, which were carried out by the Ministry of Defence of Iraq with support from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). (...) The training is scheduled to be delivered in Iraq later in 2019 and will help in identifying clandestine burial sites. III. Recent activities with regard to the return of Kuwaiti property 11. (...) The handover was held at the Diplomatic Institute in Kuwait City, where it was witnessed by the United Nations Resident Coordinator ad interim in Kuwait. S/2019/865 3/3 19-18921 12.
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Score: 1105872.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2019/865&Lang=E
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She manages the Ebola Burial team, together with community volunteers and volunteers from the IFRC. (...) Known as the safe and dignified burial teams (SDB) these volunteers quickly became an integral aspect in the response efforts and critical in halting the spread of the disease. (...) Get to know more about the work of the Ebola Burial Team in Sierra Leone, by watching this one minute video. https://unsierraleone.exposure.co/ebola-1-the-burial-teams https://unsierraleone.exposure.co/ebola-1-the-burial-teams https://business.facebook.com/UNSierraLeone/videos/1334730863279774/%C2%A0
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Score: 1105133 - https://www.unv.org/node/2788/pdf
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Score: 1103148.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/lat...ghlights-dangers-refugees.html
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Score: 1103148.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ne...ghlights-dangers-refugees.html
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Score: 1103148.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...ghlights-dangers-refugees.html
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