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Score: 648953.17 - https://www.unhcr.org/rw/13198...s-voluntarily-return-home.html
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The Council adopted a confidential resolution on Eritrea and decided to make it public as Human Rights Council resolution 21/1. (...) Requests the Secretary-General to communicate the present resolution to the Government of Eritrea; 6. Decides to make public the present resolution. 7. Also decides to remain seized of the matter under agenda item 4.
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Score: 644335.06 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ationsconsideredHRCJan2013.pdf
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The Council adopted a confidential resolution on Eritrea and decided to make it public as Human Rights Council resolution 21/1. (...) Also decides to remain seized of the matter under agenda item 4. (...) Decides also that the present decision should be made public. ***
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Score: 643820.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...edUnderComplaintProcedures.pdf
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With regard to the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights , based on the recommendations by the Consultative Group, I decided following consultations to appoint Mr. Philip ALSTON from Australia for that position. Concerning the Special Rapporteur on the right to food , based on the recommendations by the Consultative Group, I decided following consultations to appoint Ms. Hilal ELVER from Turkey for that position. (...) With respect to the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders , based on the recommendations by the Consultative Group, I decided following consultations to appoint Mr. Michel FORST from France for that position.
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Score: 633213.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...rsandEMRIPmembers7May2014.docx
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At the same meeting, in accordance with the understanding reached in its prior consultations, the Council decided to extend an invitation, under rule 39 of its provisional rules of procedure, to Mr. (...) At the same meeting, in accordance with the understanding reached in its prior consultations, the Council decided to extend an invitation, under rule 39 of its provisional rules of procedure, to Mr. (...) At the same meeting, the Council decided to extend an invitation, under rule 39 of its provisional rules of procedure, to Mr.
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Score: 632648.54 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-177018/
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At the same meeting, in accordance with the understanding reached in its prior consultations, the Council decided to extend an invitation, under rule 39 of its provisional rules of procedure, to Mr. (...) At the same meeting, in accordance with the understanding reached in its prior consultations, the Council further decided to extend an invitation, under rule 39 of its provisional rules of procedure, to Mr. (...) At the same meeting, in accordance with the understanding reached in its prior consultations, the Council decided to extend an invitation, under rule 39 of its provisional rules of procedure, to Mr.
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Score: 632098.44 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-180225/
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Rep. 1950 at p. 148], it is never a question”; (5) DECIDE that, in the said Joint Separate Opinion, at page 40 (Registry page A384), footnote 82 For “South-West Africa Case, I.C.J. Rep. (1950) at p. 148” Read “106 Hague Recueil 54 (1962-II)”; (6) DECIDE that, in the said Joint Separate Opinion, at page 42 (Registry page A382), paragraph 59, under the heading “France”, first line For “Article 122-2 provides that:” Read “Article 122-2 provides:” (7) DECIDE that, in the said Joint Separate Opinion, at page 45 (Registry page A379), paragraph 59, under the heading “Norway”, first line For “, (amended as at 1 July 1994),” Read “(amended as at 1 July 1994)”; 5 Case No. IT-96-22-A 19 November 1997 (8) DECIDE that, in the said Joint Separate Opinion, at page 52 (Registry page A372), paragraph 61, under the heading “Morocco”, last line For “avoid [the commission of], the offence” Read “avoid [the commission of] the offence”; (9) DECIDE that, in the said Joint Separate Opinion, at page 66 (Registry page A358), paragraph 75, fourth line from the bottom of that paragraph For “establishes the International Tribunal” Read “established the International Tribunal”; (10) DECIDE that, in the said Joint Separate Opinion, at page 69 (Registry page A355), paragraph 79, ninth line from the bottom of that paragraph For “organised the execute of” Read “organised the execution of”; (11) DECIDE that, in the said Joint Separate Opinion, at page 73 (Registry page A351), paragraph 85, twelfth line of that paragraph For “to be hero” Read “to be a hero”. 6 Case No.
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Score: 630994 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/e...cjug/en/erd-asojmcd971119e.pdf
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Decides also that the Council should address situations of violations of human rights, including gross and systematic violations, and make recommendations thereon. (...) Decides also that elections of the first members of the Council shall take place on 9 May 2006, and that the first meeting of the Council shall be convened on 19 June 2006; 16. Decides further that the Council shall review its work and functioning five years after its establishment and report to the General Assembly. 72nd plenary meeting 15 March 2006
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Score: 629124.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...uncil/docs/A.RES.60.251_En.pdf
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symbol=A/RES/52/210 http://undocs.org/en/A/RES/68/18 http://undocs.org/en/A/RES/70/78 https://undocs.org/en/A/RES/75/128 3 COUNTRIES RECOMMENDED FOR GRADUATION ACTION BY THE CDP ACTION BY ECOSOC ACTION BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MALDIVES graduated in 2011 2000 Recommended for graduation (E/2000/33) 2001 Recommended that Council extend the transition period until 2003 before a decision is taken by the GA (E/2001/33) 2003 Stated that Maldives qualified for graduation (E/2003/33) 2009 Noted the continued positive development progress of Maldives and reiterated the importance for Maldives to develop a smooth transition strategy with support of development partners (E/2009/33) 2000 Decided to defer to its next substantive session and requested CDP to re-examine its recommendation (Resolution 2000/34 of 28 July 2000) 2001 Decided to extend the transition period until next triennial review in 2003 and requested CDP to continue work on re-examination of its recommendation (Resolution 2001/43 of 24 October 2001) 2002 Reiterated Resolution 2001/43 2003 Decided to defer consideration of the question of Maldives to its resumed session (Decision 2003/281 of 24 July 2003) 2004 Decided to take a decision at its substantive session of 2004 (Resolution 2004/3 of 3 June 2004) Endorsed the recommendation that Maldives be graduated and recommended that the GA take note (Resolution 2004/67 of 5 November 2004) 2004 Took note of the CDP recommendation that Maldives be graduated (A/RES/59/210 of 20 December 2004) 2005 Decided to defer for a period of 3 years until 1 January 2008, the commencement of the 3- year smooth transition period for graduation and underlined the unique nature of this decision due to unprecedented natural disaster (A/RES/60/33 of 30 November 2005) https://documents-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/N00/435/17/pdf/N0043517.pdf? (...) symbol=E/RES/2018/27 https://undocs.org/A/RES/73/133#un 7 COUNTRIES RECOMMENDED FOR GRADUATION ACTION BY THE CDP ACTION BY ECOSOC ACTION BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY KIRIBATI 2018 Recommended for graduation Further recommended the creation of a category of countries facing extreme vulnerability to climate change and other environmental shocks that entitles them to receive support specifically targeting those vulnerabilities (E/2018/33) 2021 Reiterates recommendation to graduate Views an extended preparatory period of five years as necessary for a smooth transition 2018 Took note of the CDP recommendation that Kiribati be placed in a category of countries facing extreme vulnerability to climate change and other environmental shocks, and decided not to endorse that recommendation, and Further took note of the CDP recommendation that Kiribati be graduated and decided to defer the consideration of that recommendation to no later than 2021 (E/RES/2018/27 of 24 July 2018) 2021 Recognizing the unprecedented socioeconomic, impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic, decided on an exceptional basis to defer the consideration of the graduation of Kiribati to 2024 (E/RES/2021/11 of 8 June 2021) TUVALU 2012 Recommended for graduation (E/2012/33) 2018 Recommended for graduation Recommended that Tuvalu be placed in the category of extremely vulnerable countries to be accorded specific support (E/2018/33) 2021 2012 Took note of the CDP recommendation that Tuvalu be graduated and decided to consider this issue at its substantive session of 2013 (E/RES/2012/32 of 27 July 2012) 2013 Recalled and decided to defer consideration, on exceptional basis, to substantive session of 2015 (E/RES/2013/20 of 24 July 2013) 2015 http://undocs.org/en/E/2018/33 http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp? (...) ln=en http://undocs.org/en/E/2012/33 http://undocs.org/en/E/2018/33 http://undocs.org/en/E/RES/2012/32 http://undocs.org/en/E/RES/2013/20 8 COUNTRIES RECOMMENDED FOR GRADUATION ACTION BY THE CDP ACTION BY ECOSOC ACTION BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY Reiterates recommendation to graduate Views an extended preparatory period of five years as necessary for a smooth transition Recalled and decided to further defer consideration to substantive session of 2018 (E/RES/2015/11 of 10 June 2015) 2018 Took note of the CDP recommendation that Tuvalu be placed in a category of countries facing extreme vulnerability to climate change and other environmental shocks, and decided not to endorse that recommendation, and Further took note of the CDP recommendation that Tuvalu be graduated and decided to defer the consideration of that recommendation to no later than 2021 (E/RES/2018/27 of 24 July 2018) 2021 Recognizing the unprecedented socioeconomic, impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic, decided on an exceptional basis to defer the consideration of the graduation of Tuvalu to 2024 (E/RES/2021/11 of 8 June 2021) TIMOR-LESTE 2018 Deferred decision to the 2021 triennial review (E/2018/33) 2021 Deferred decision to the 2024 triennial review (E/2021/33) http://undocs.org/en/E/RES/2015/11 http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp?
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Score: 627066.1 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/site...duation-updated_march_2022.pdf
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IT-95-14-PT), rendered on 18 July 1997, NOTING that there are typographical errors in the said decision, which are suitable for rectification, FOR THESE REASONS, DECIDES that in the said Decision, at page 5, paragraph 10, Registry Page number ("RP") D6710, at line 8, FOR: " Karin Oellers" READ: "Karin Oellers-Frahm"   DECIDES that in the said Decision, at page 14, footnote 35, RP D6701, FOR: " Id . at p. 167." READ: " Id . at p. 168."   DECIDES that in the said Decision, at page 26, paragraph 57, RP D6689, at line 6, FOR: "In addition, the Article provides" READ: "In addition, paragraph 3 of the Article provides"   DECIDES that in the said Decision, at page 39, paragraph 80, RP D6676, at line 2, FOR: "The ICJ, in a decision regarding an argument" READ: "The Permanent Court of International Justice, in a decision regarding an argument"   DECIDES that in the said Decision, at page 40, paragraph 81, RP D6675, at line 12, FOR: "the Appeals Chamber, quoting from Article 27 of the Charter," READ: "the Appeals Chamber, quoting from Article 2(7) of the Charter,"   DECIDES that, in the said Decision, at page 44, footnote 144, RP D6671, at line 3, FOR: "of 28 December 1992" READ: "of 28 December 1993"   DECIDES that, in the said Decision, at page 47, paragraph 95, RP D6668, at line 5, FOR: "[e]very internationally wrong act of a State entails the international responsibility of that State" READ: "[e]very internationally wrongful act of a State entails the international responsibility of that State"   DECIDES that, in the said Decision, at page 65, footnote 229, RP D6650, at line 1, FOR: "Article 225 of the European Community Treaty" READ: "Article 225, paragraph 1, of the European Community Treaty"   Gabrielle Kirk McDonald Presiding Judge Done this twenty-eighth day of August 1997 At The Hague The Netherlands [Seal of the Tribunal ]        
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Score: 627045.9 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/blaskic/tdec/en/70828co2.htm
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