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QUADRENNIAL REPORTS 2005 2008 SUBMITTED THROUGH THE SG
International Center for Clubhouse Development Special, 2005 I. (...) The Center has added two member clubhouses in Africa (Kenya and Uganda), which, along with an established clubhouse in South Africa and a working group in Ghana, significantly increase its involvement in Africa. (...) All clubhouses provide low cost or free meals on a daily basis.
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Score: 1687641.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/C.2/2010/2/ADD.33&Lang=E
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PETITION FROM THE SOMALI YOUTH LEAGUE, BRANCH OF GARDO CONCERNING SOMALILAND UNDER ITALIAN ADMINISTRATION
(Concerning impartiality) The former British administration assigned a stone house for our use as a clubhouse. It collapsed once, but we rebuilt it and were permitted to occupy it while the British were still here. (...) It revenged itself upon the S.Y.L. by dispossessing it of the building given them by the ' British administration. · We asked the Resident at Gardo, to give us enough time to build another clubhouse; his answer was that we should evacuate the building immed.iately under threat of being clubbed by the waiting soldiers, We asked to be ccmpensa.ted for the_ three thousand shillings we estimated the house co$t us; his answer was that we should evacuate in a hurry and stop talking. (...) This answer has convinced us that On September 13th, a. group of the women League members~ while at .the clubhouse, sang the S.Y.L. anthem. Word reached the local collllI!
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Score: 1509798.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=T/PET.11/191&Lang=E
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Every issue of urban planning or services for the elderly is discussed jointly with the advisory council, including the opening of new clubhouses, community development, and the like. 2. (...) Development and subsidy of services Israel has a wide spectrum of community-based services, including individual care and home help, clubhouses, daycare centres, Supportive Communities, sheltered housing, as well as a wide range of institutional services for independent, disabled, mentally disabled and nursing elderly who cannot remain in their homes as well as those who wish to live at home.
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Score: 1387147.3 - https://unece.org/DAM/pau/_doc..._2007_MiCA07_CntrRprtISR_e.pdf
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WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY TOURNER LA PAGE, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS
In the last year November the accounts of Tamils who organised heroes day “Maveerar Naal” events in memory of the civilians and soldiers who died in the Tamil Eelam war were frozen in the social media app called Clubhouse. Furthermore the Personal Accounts of tamils who kept photographs of Karthikai flowers or their respected leader as their profiles were temporarily suspended without initial warning or investigation. “In the absence of transparency, the algorithms used by Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Clubhouse to regulate their social medias can be manipulated by troll armies or “social bots” – ghost accounts designed to generate automatic messages – with the aim of getting content deleted or accounts shut down,” stated by the press freedom organisation.
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Score: 1371265.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/50/NGO/142&Lang=E
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EXCERPT FROM THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ON ITS 2005 REGULAR SESSION
.: Limited 1 February 2005 Original: English 05-22452 (E) 010205 *0522452* Organizational session for 2005 1-4 February 2005 Agenda item 2 Adoption of the agenda and other organizational matters Excerpt from the report of the Committee on Non- Governmental Organizations on its 2005 regular session* * The complete report of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations on its 2005 regular session will be issued as Official Records of the Economic and Social Council, 2005, Supplement No. 12 (E/2005/32). 2 E/2005/L.2 Chapter I Matters calling for action by the Economic and Social Council The Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations recommends to the Economic and Social Council the adoption of the following draft decision: Draft decision I Applications for consultative status and requests for reclassification received from non-governmental organizations The Economic and Social Council decides: (a) To grant consultative status with the Council to the following 87 non- governmental organizations: General consultative status Coordination SUD United Cities and Local Governments Special consultative status Action contre la faim Adolescent Health and Information Projects Advocates for Youth African Business Round Table African Community Resource Center Africare Albert Schweitzer Institute Aleut International Association Arab Mexican Chamber of Industry and Commerce Asia Pacific Network Information Centre Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia Association mauritanienne pour la santé de la mère et de l’enfant Association mauritanienne pour le développement et la protection de l’environnement Association pour la collaboration globale Association relation nationale pour l’appui a l’initiative feminine de la protection infantile et environnementale Australian Reproductive Health Alliance 3 E/2005/L.2 Aviation sans frontières Be Active, Be Emancipated Central and Eastern European Harm Reduction Network Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development Centro de Estudio y Formacion Integral de la Mujer Charity Foundation for Special Diseases China Arms Control and Disarmament Association China Family Planning Association Comite français des organisations non gouvernementales pour liaison et l’information des Nations Unies Associazione Tecnico Scientifica di Base Dui Hua Foundation Engender European AIDS Treatment Group Feminists for Life of America Fondation Européenne pour le développement durable des régions Fondation Surgir Foundation for the Refugee Education Trust Global Youth Action Network Huairou Commission Humanitarian Foundation of Canada International Association of Initiatives of Change International Association of Science Parks International Center for Clubhouse Development International Conference Volunteers International Development Enterprises India International Justice Mission Iranian Elite Research Center Istanbul International Brotherhood and Solidarity Association Kenya Tuitakayo Korean Council for Local Agenda 21 Korean Foundation for World Aid Kuwait Information Technology Society Landmine Survivors Network 4 E/2005/L.2 Mbororo Social and Cultural Development Association National Aboriginal Forestry Association National Abortion Federation National Council of Women of Malta National Women’s Justice Coalition Native Women’s Association of Canada New Zealand Family Planning Association Nigerian Institute of Homeopathy Nonviolence International Organisation de défense de l’environnement au Burundi Organisation mondiale des associations pour l’éducation prénatale People with Disability Australia Rodale Institute Sawiris Foundation for Social Development Sign of Hope Simply Help Tarumitra Terre Vivante Turkish Foundation for Children in need of Protection Virtue Foundation Watson Institute for International Studies Women’s Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace Yad Sarah Zenab for Women in Development Roster Agir en faveur de l’environnement Arab NGO Network for Development Colegio de Abogados Especialistas en Derecho Ambiental de Colombia Council of Bureaux Ecospirituality Foundation Europlatforms Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief International Steering Committee for Global Mapping 5 E/2005/L.2 Labor/Community Strategy Center Sirius Global Animal Organisation Charitable Trust Tearfund World Chlorine Council (b) To reclassify the following non-governmental organization from special to general consultative status: General consultative status New Humanity (c) Note that the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations has taken note of the quadrennial reports of the following 72 non-governmental organizations (years of reporting are 2000-2003 unless otherwise indicated in parentheses): Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (1999-2002) Agudas Israel World Organization Alliance for Arab Women American Psychological Association Arab Centre for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession Asia-Japan Women’s Resource Centre Asian Women in Cooperative Development Associazione Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale Brothers of Charity (1999-2002) Center for International Earth Science Information Network (1999-2002) Center for Women’s Global Leadership China Disabled Person’s Federation (1998-2001) Chinese Immigrants Services (1998-2001) Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of The Good Shepherd Croatian World Congress (1998-2001) Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung (German Foundation for World Population) (1999-2002) Earthcorps Earthjustice (1999-2002) Egyptian AIDS Society Europe 2000 (1999-2002) Federation of European Motorcyclists’ Associations Fondazione Giovanni e Francesca Falcone General Confederation of Trade Unions (1998-2001) 6 E/2005/L.2 Hong Kong Federation of Women Hope Worldwide Human Lactation Center Humane Society of the United States Ibero American Institute of Aeronautic and Space Law and Commercial Aviation Institute for Environment and Development Studies — Friends of the Earth Bangladesh International Astronautical Federation International Catholic Migration Commission International Council on Social Welfare International Federation of Hard of Hearing People International Fellowship of Reconciliation (1999-2002) International HIV/AIDS Alliance International Hotel and Restaurant Association (1999-2002) International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (1999-2002) International Lactation Consultant Association International Movement ATD Fourth World (1999-2002) International Presentation Association of the Sisters of the Presentation International Rural Housing Association International Union of Psychological Science (1998-2001) IPAS (1998-2001) Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning Lebanese Welfare Association for the Handicapped Liberty International (1999-2002) Life For Relief and Development (1999-2002) Lutheran World Federation Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights (1998-2001) Match International Centre Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights National Council of Women in Great Britain Nigerian Centre for Research and Documentation (1999-2002) Pag-Aalay Ng Puso Foundation (Offering of the Heart Foundation) (1999-2002) PanAmerican-PanAfrican Association (1999-2002) 7 E/2005/L.2 Parliamentarians for Global Action (1998-2001) Radin Institute for Family Health Education and Promotion Rehab Group Several Sources Foundation (1999-2002) Shimin Gaikou Centre (1999-2002) Sisters of Mercy of the Americas (1998-2001) Solar Cookers International SOS Kinderdorf International (1999-2002) Temple of Understanding (1999-2002) Transnational Radical Party (1995-1998) United Nations Association of Russia (1999-2002) Water Environment Federation (1999-2002) Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Woods Hole Research Center World Alliance of Reformed Churches World Federation of Therapeutic Communities World Veterans Federation (d) To note that the Committee decided to close its consideration of the request for consultative status with the Council made by the following two non- governmental organizations: Association of Expelled (Displaced-Exiled) Persons Association internationale de boxe educative
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Score: 1150761.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=E/2005/L.2&Lang=E
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EXCERPT FROM THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ON ITS 2005 REGULAR SESSION
.: Limited 1 February 2005 Original: English 05-22839 (E) 030205 *0522839* Organizational session for 2005 1-4 February 2005 Agenda item 2 Adoption of the agenda and other organizational matters Excerpt from the report of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations on its 2005 regular session* * The complete report of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations on its 2005 regular session will be issued as Official Records of the Economic and Social Council, 2005, Supplement No. 12 (E/2005/32). 2 E/2005/L.2/Rev.1 Chapter I Matters calling for action by the Economic and Social Council The Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations recommends to the Economic and Social Council the adoption of the following draft decisions: Draft decision I Applications for consultative status and requests for reclassification received from non-governmental organizations The Economic and Social Council decides: (a) To grant consultative status with the Council to the following 87 non- governmental organizations: General consultative status Coordination SUD United Cities and Local Governments Special consultative status Action contre la faim Adolescent Health and Information Projects Advocates for Youth African Business Round Table African Community Resource Center Africare Albert Schweitzer Institute Aleut International Association Arab Mexican Chamber of Industry and Commerce Asia Pacific Network Information Centre Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia Association mauritanienne pour la santé de la mère et de l’enfant Association mauritanienne pour le développement et la protection de l’environnement Association pour la collaboration globale Association relation nationale pour l’appui a l’initiative feminine de la protection infantile et environnementale Australian Reproductive Health Alliance Aviation sans frontières 3 E/2005/L.2/Rev.1 Be Active, Be Emancipated Central and Eastern European Harm Reduction Network Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development Centro de Estudio y Formacion Integral de la Mujer Charity Foundation for Special Diseases China Arms Control and Disarmament Association China Family Planning Association Comite français des organisations non gouvernementales pour liaison et l’information des Nations Unies Associazione Tecnico Scientifica di Base Dui Hua Foundation Engender European AIDS Treatment Group Feminists for Life of America Fondation Européenne pour le développement durable des régions Fondation Surgir Foundation for the Refugee Education Trust Global Youth Action Network Huairou Commission Humanitarian Foundation of Canada International Association of Initiatives of Change International Association of Science Parks International Center for Clubhouse Development International Conference Volunteers International Development Enterprises India International Justice Mission Iranian Elite Research Center Istanbul International Brotherhood and Solidarity Association Kenya Tuitakayo Korean Council for Local Agenda 21 Korean Foundation for World Aid Kuwait Information Technology Society Landmine Survivors Network Mbororo Social and Cultural Development Association 4 E/2005/L.2/Rev.1 National Aboriginal Forestry Association National Abortion Federation National Council of Women of Malta National Women’s Justice Coalition Native Women’s Association of Canada New Zealand Family Planning Association Nigerian Institute of Homeopathy Nonviolence International Organisation de défense de l’environnement au Burundi Organisation mondiale des associations pour l’éducation prénatale People with Disability Australia Rodale Institute Sawiris Foundation for Social Development Sign of Hope Simply Help Tarumitra Terre Vivante Turkish Foundation for Children in need of Protection Virtue Foundation Watson Institute for International Studies Women’s Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace Yad Sarah Zenab for Women in Development Roster Agir en faveur de l’environnement Arab NGO Network for Development Colegio de Abogados Especialistas en Derecho Ambiental de Colombia Council of Bureaux Ecospirituality Foundation Europlatforms Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief International Steering Committee for Global Mapping Labor/Community Strategy Center 5 E/2005/L.2/Rev.1 Sirius Global Animal Organisation Charitable Trust Tearfund World Chlorine Council (b) To reclassify the following non-governmental organization from special to general consultative status: General consultative status New Humanity (c) Note that the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations has taken note of the quadrennial reports of the following 72 non-governmental organizations (years of reporting are 2000-2003 unless otherwise indicated in parentheses): Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (1999-2002) Agudas Israel World Organization Alliance for Arab Women American Psychological Association Arab Centre for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession Asia-Japan Women’s Resource Centre Asian Women in Cooperative Development Associazione Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale Brothers of Charity (1999-2002) Center for International Earth Science Information Network (1999-2002) Center for Women’s Global Leadership China Disabled Person’s Federation (1998-2001) Chinese Immigrants Services (1998-2001) Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of The Good Shepherd Croatian World Congress (1998-2001) Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung (German Foundation for World Population) (1999-2002) Earthcorps Earthjustice (1999-2002) Egyptian AIDS Society Europe 2000 (1999-2002) Federation of European Motorcyclists’ Associations Fondazione Giovanni e Francesca Falcone General Confederation of Trade Unions (1998-2001) Hong Kong Federation of Women 6 E/2005/L.2/Rev.1 Hope Worldwide Human Lactation Center Humane Society of the United States Ibero American Institute of Aeronautic and Space Law and Commercial Aviation Institute for Environment and Development Studies — Friends of the Earth Bangladesh International Astronautical Federation International Catholic Migration Commission International Council on Social Welfare International Federation of Hard of Hearing People International Fellowship of Reconciliation (1999-2002) International HIV/AIDS Alliance International Hotel and Restaurant Association (1999-2002) International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (1999-2002) International Lactation Consultant Association International Movement ATD Fourth World (1999-2002) International Presentation Association of the Sisters of the Presentation International Rural Housing Association International Union of Psychological Science (1998-2001) IPAS (1998-2001) Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning Lebanese Welfare Association for the Handicapped Liberty International (1999-2002) Life For Relief and Development (1999-2002) Lutheran World Federation Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights (1998-2001) Match International Centre Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights National Council of Women in Great Britain Nigerian Centre for Research and Documentation (1999-2002) Pag-Aalay Ng Puso Foundation (Offering of the Heart Foundation) (1999-2002) PanAmerican-PanAfrican Association (1999-2002) Parliamentarians for Global Action (1998-2001) 7 E/2005/L.2/Rev.1 Radin Institute for Family Health Education and Promotion Rehab Group Several Sources Foundation (1999-2002) Shimin Gaikou Centre (1999-2002) Sisters of Mercy of the Americas (1998-2001) Solar Cookers International SOS Kinderdorf International (1999-2002) Temple of Understanding (1999-2002) Transnational Radical Party (1995-1998) United Nations Association of Russia (1999-2002) Water Environment Federation (1999-2002) Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Woods Hole Research Center World Alliance of Reformed Churches World Federation of Therapeutic Communities World Veterans Federation (d) To note that the Committee decided to close its consideration of the request for consultative status with the Council made by the following two non- governmental organizations: Association of Expelled (Displaced-Exiled) Persons Association internationale de boxe educative Draft decision II Matters pertaining to reinstatement of the consultative status of non-governmental organizations in cases where consultative status was suspended by the Economic and Social Council The Economic and Social Council decides to request the organization Asociación para la Paz Continental, an organization suspended in 2000 by the Council, to submit an updated application to be recognized as a consultative entity, which the Committee would examine at future sessions.
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Score: 1139335.45 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/2005/L.2/REV.1&Lang=E
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SPECIFIC GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS : MINORITIES : WRITTEN STATEMENT
Grave markers have been removed and areas levelled. Clubhouses, golf courses and other recreational facilities for affluent people have been placed on top of graves.
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Score: 1139335.45 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.4/1999/NGO/113&Lang=E
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JOINT WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY IRAQI DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION, AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRACY & HUMAN RIGHTS IN BAHRAIN INC, NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS
In March 2021, the government, through its telecommunications regulator, “blocked access to social media application Clubhouse.” The government’s justification was that the company was operating without a license.
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Score: 1085447.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/51/NGO/114&Lang=E
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