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LETTER DATED 23 MAY 2017 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MAURITIUS TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
In November last year, the United Kingdom further announced its decision against resettlement in the Chagos Archipelago and the funding over the next ten years of a purported £40 million package which is said to be intended to support improvements to the livelihoods of members of the Chagossian community living outside A/HRC/36/G/3 GE.17-12208 3 the Chagos Archipelago.
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FOURTH REVIEW OF THE FINANCIAL MECHANISM : REVISED DRAFT CONCLUSIONS
[Takes note of the OPS4 interim report findings that: i) GEF support continues to be in line with guidance from the Convention ii) GEF support has been crucial in enabling countries to integrate climate change into their national development agenda iii) GEF support has helped developing countries to introduce policies to address climate change and reduce and avoid GHG emissions iv) GEF’s move towards country level programming has increased country ownership to some extent, but the current resource allocation modalities need improvement v) there is scope to further simplify and streamline the procedures, particularly the project identification phase and improve timeliness throughout the project cycle; vi) GEF needs a knowledge management strategy to improve learning and sharing best practice; vii) GEF has played an important role in scaling up resources to address climate change,] 2. (...) [Requests the GEF to continue improvements in its modalities to improve the responsiveness, effectiveness and efficiency of its support, including: i) enhancing modalities which reinforce country ownership and improve the allocation of resources ii) further simplifying and improving its procedures, particularly in respect of activity identification, preparation and approval iii) ensuring that access to resources is expeditious and timely iv) enabling a programmatic approach, where appropriate v) ensuring consistency and complementarity with other financing activities vi) promoting private sector financing and investment for climate change activities vii) reinforcing its knowledge management approach to share best practice,] 14.
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LETTER DATED 3 JUNE 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
.: General 3 June 2020 Resolution 2525 (2020) Adopted by the Security Council on 3 June 2020 The Security Council, Reaffirming all its previous resolutions and presidential statements concerning the situation in Sudan, Reaffirming its strong commitment to the sovereignty, unity, independence, and territorial integrity of Sudan, Reaffirming the primary responsibility of the Government of Sudan to protect civilians across its territory and recognising improvements in security conditions in Darfur, acknowledging in this regard the Government of Sudan’s National Plan for Civilian Protection (S/2020/429) and the weapons-collection programme, while expressing concern that the security situation in some regions of Darfur remains precarious, and underscoring the need to protect peacebuilding gains in Darfur, avoid a relapse into conflict and mitigate the risks for the population posed inter alia by threats against civilians in Darfur, inter-communal violence, human rights violations and abuses, violations of international humanitarian law and continued displacement, Underscoring that it is imperative that the withdrawal of the African Union- United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) should take into account the progress made in the peace process, and supporting the African Union Peace and Security Council’s call for extreme caution in the withdrawal of UNAMID, Recognising the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on UNAMID’s drawdown, Taking note of the Special Report of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission and the Secretary-General of the United Nations (S/2020/202), Taking note of the of the African Union Peace and Security Council’s Communiqué of 3 March 2020 (PSC/PR/COMM. (...) Welcomes the initiatives undertaken by the Secretary-General to standardize a culture of performance in United Nations peacekeeping, recalls its requests in resolution 2378 (2017) and resolution 2436 (2018) that the Secretary- General ensure that performance data related to the effectiveness of peacekeeping operations is used to improve mission operations, including decisions such as those regarding deployment, remediation, repatriation and incentives, reaffirms its support for the development of a comprehensive and integrated performance policy framework that identifies clear standards of performance for evaluating all United Nations civilian and uniformed personnel working in and supporting peacekeeping operations that facilitates effective and full implementation of mandates, and includes comprehensive and objective methodologies based on clear and well -defined benchmarks to ensure accountability for underperformance and incentives and recognition for outstanding performance, calls on the United Nations to apply this framework to UNAMID as described in resolution 2436 (2018), in particular by investigating and taking immediate action following significant performance failures to implement the protection of civilians strategy, to include the rotation, repatriation, replacement or dismissal of the under-performing UNAMID uniformed or civilian personnel, including mission leadership and mission support personnel, consistent with resolution 2436 (2018), and notes the efforts of the Secretary-General to develop a comprehensive performance assessment system and requests the Secretary-General and the troop and police contributing countries to seek to increase the number of women in UNAMID, as well as to ensure the full, effective and meaningful participation of women in all aspects of operations; 10.
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FCCC/SBI/2007/MIS
The importance of education, public awareness and public participation regarding tangible environmental improvements - both in terms of mitigation and adaptation – is becoming increasingly obvious. (...) Have a stronger focus on practical implementation; ! Improve the balance among public access to information, education, training, public awareness, public participation, and international cooperation; ! (...) In particular, CCi:Net while one of the key avenues for such information, would benefit from substantial improvements before it could serve as an effective conduit.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD, OLIVIER DE SCHUTTER : ADDENDUM
Households with low incomes, those relying on social assistance as their main source of income, those who do not own their own dwelling, women single-headed households, 1 International Human Development Indicators, http://hdr.undp.org/en/statistics/. 2 Statistic from OECD.Stat Extracts 2011, http://stats.oecd.org/index.aspx? (...) During his visit, the Special Rapporteur witnessed a number of initiatives that seek to improve food and nutrition security and foster local markets at the municipal and provincial levels, in particular through local procurement schemes and “buy local” labelling (such as Local Food Plus, Foodland Ontario, Buy Manitoba). (...) But experts note that self-regulation attempts are “founded upon a fundamental conflict of interest,” as they seek to “advance the profitability of advertisers, while also protecting children’s health and well-being,” making it “unlikely that significant improvements could be implemented by industry itself or that they would be effective over the long term.”43 They conclude that a ban on advertising directed towards children is the most effective way of addressing the challenge. 47.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS BY OLDER PERSONS, ROSA KORNFELD-MATTE :ADDENDUM
It seeks to guarantee and to improve the quality of life of older persons and to ensure their active involvement and participation in all spheres of life. (...) Under the Act, police can impose a two-week barring order in cases of violence, evicting the endangering person from the dwelling with immediate effect, so that the victim can stay there safely. 23. (...) While home visits by certified care workers are an important step in monitoring home care, further measures are required to improve the protection of older persons, including against physical and mental violence, and from degrading treatment and neglect. 2.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, ON HER MISSION TO INDIA :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Together they are “expected to significantly improve infrastructure, livability and economic productivity in urban areas” and aim to achieve “incremental and qualitative improvements in the living conditions of all urban Indians”.20 18 H.R. (...) That is being implemented through a number of strategies: (a) eradicating the gap between supply and demand, and improving the living conditions of the urban poor; (b) increasing self-ownership of all-weather, sustainable and disaster- resilient dwelling units; (c) gradual elimination of obsolete housing, and improvement and rehabilitation of occupied units; and (d) empowerment and equity for the marginalized sectors of society.21 In order to achieve those objectives, the scheme includes four development options: in-situ redevelopment, credit subsidies, affordable housing in partnership (private or public sector), and subsidies for beneficiary-led individual house construction or enhancement.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, JAMES ANAYA : ADDENDUM
However, notwithstanding governmental and non-governmental efforts to improve the situation of indigenous peoples in the last two decades, and despite some signs of success, deep-rooted problems remain. (...) The Concept Paper provides that “immediate measures” will be taken during the first stage, 2009 to 2011, to improve and harmonize legislation; providing a better delineation of the jurisdiction of federal, regional and local authorities; solidifying priority access to fishing and hunting grounds, and free-of-charge access to land areas for traditional use. In connection with another goal for this period, the Government has reported that a methodology for assessing damages to traditional use areas by industrial activity has already been adopted by the Ministry of Regional Development.5 This first implementation stage also envisions the creation of new nomadic schools, trading posts, and other infrastructure in areas of traditional dwelling; increasing the availability of medical services, and cultural and communications services; increasing the size of federal subsidies given to regional budgets to support reindeer husbandry and other types of stock breeding; the formation of a federal statistics-gathering system to monitor the condition of indigenous peoples, and carrying out analyses of demographic factors and indicators of the living standards of indigenous peoples after the 2010 census. 24.
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VISIT TO BULGARIA :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
The Special Rapporteur recognizes that over the past 20 years Bulgaria has made significant improvements to its legislative framework on gender equality and domestic violence. (...) The protection orders can have a duration of 3 to 18 months and may include the removal of the perpetrator from the joint occupied dwelling for a term, the perpetrator prohibited from coming close to the victim, the obligation for the perpetrator to attend specialized counselling to address violent behaviour and provisionally designating the place of residence of the child with the victim parent or the parent who did not perpetrate violence, therefore granting temporary custody of any children to the victim, among other measures (art. 5).
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LETTER DATED 2005/04/11 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF TURKMENISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
In this regard, the Turkmen side considers it necessary to communicate that in accordance with the provisions and conclusions, contained in the resolution 2004/12 “Situation of human rights in Turkmenistan” adopted by the Commission on Human Rights, the Government of Turkmenistan has undertaken specific measures for further improvements in the area of human dimension and strengthening cooperation with international organizations.
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