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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, RASHIDA MANJOO :ADDENDUM
Women’s participation in decision making and peace building process ..... 58–62 16 C. Lack of effective implementation of legislation and its impact on women’s access to justice and effective remedies ................................... 63–69 17 VI. (...) In households that experience acute poverty, a young girl may be perceived to be an economic burden and marriage into another family may become a survival strategy to reduce economic pressures on the household. (...) More than 60 per cent of trafficking in women and children takes place inside Afghanistan, while cross-border trafficking occurs in 40 per cent of the cases, for the purposes of sexual exploitation, domestic servitude and sale of narcotics. 15 Female victims of trafficking not only experience sexual assaults and slavery from the perpetrator, but also are victims of honour killings and subjected to violence by their own families after being rescued.16 IV.
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LETTER DATED 12 SEPTEMBER 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CHINA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
China pledges to work with African countries to synergize development strategies and increase experience-sharing on governance, poverty reduction and development, particularly on rural socio-economic development, gender equality and women and youth empowerment. (...) We welcome the launching of the African Anti-Corruption Year, and will take it as an opportunity to further enhance South-South cooperation and experience- sharing in a joint effort to fight corruption and promote integrity. 11. (...) Social Development Cooperation 4.1 Development Cooperation 4.2 Medical Care and Public Health 4.3 Education and Human Resources 4.4 Sharing of Poverty Reduction Experience 4.5 Science and Technology Cooperation and Knowledge Sharing 4.6 Environmental Protection and Tackling Climate Change 5.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
The SRTIP has regularly promoted the effective implementation of the Protocol and has encouraged those States who are not yet party, to accede to this important instrument. 16. (...) A major output through this method of work is a set of draft basic principles on the right to an effective remedy (2011) developed after extensive consultation with stakeholders in all regions, that seeks to bring clarity to the concept of the right to an effective remedy and provide factors to be taken into account when this right is applied to trafficked persons. (...) The SRTIP has also sought to highlight the plight of all victims including ‘untraditional’ victims such as men and ‘imperfect’ victims such as those who appear to have consented to some aspect of their situation; and those who have committed criminal offences in the course of their trafficking experience. 34. The SRTIP has made particular effort to interrogate and, where appropriate, challenge gender stereotypes that are endemic in public perception and official discourse around who is trafficked and for what purpose.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION :CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION : REVIEW OF REPORTS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF AFFECTED COUNTRY PARTIES OF REGIONS OTHER THAN AFRICA, INCLUDING ON THE PARTICIPATORY PROCESS, AND ON EXPERIENCE GAINED AND RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE PREPARATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL ACTION PROGRAMMES : REVIEW OF THE REPORT ON PROGRESS MADE IN THE FORMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SUBREGIONAL AND REGIONAL ACTION PROGRAMMES IN REGIONS OTHER THAN AFRICA : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION :CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION : REVIEW OF REPORTS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF AFFECTED COUNTRY PARTIES OF REGIONS OTHER THAN AFRICA, INCLUDING ON THE PARTICIPATORY PROCESS, AND ON EXPERIENCE GAINED AND RESULTS ACHIEVED IN THE PREPARATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL ACTION PROGRAMMES : REVIEW OF THE REPORT ON PROGRESS MADE IN THE FORMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SUBREGIONAL AND REGIONAL ACTION PROGRAMMES IN REGIONS OTHER THAN AFRICA : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
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STUDY ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND CORPORATIONS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
.), 2005, 172 páginas, www.csipn.ru • “Rights of indigenous peoples of the North to land and natural resources, effective utilization and joint management”, Maksimov, A. (...) Rights of indigenous peoples of the North to land and natural resources. Effective utilization and joint management ◦ 3. (...) Kurilova, “The international conference on small indigenous minority peoples and industrial development: legal, economic and political problems and ways of solving them. The experience of Russia and the European Union”, O. Murashko, “Lessons of the public ecological study in the protection of the rights of Sahelian’s indigenous peoples” ◦ Núm. 22, 2009, S.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS ON HIS MISSION TO ANGOLA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In spite of that, the Special Rapporteur remains concerned that the principle of non-refoulement is being eroded, considering the sharp increase in immigration arrests of migrants and refugees, and the difficulties they experience in gaining access, once detained, to legal representation, civil society organizations or international organizations. (...) Mandatory detention of undocumented migrants and asylum seekers is neither a legitimate nor an effective tool for deterring undocumented migration and instead has the opposite effect of driving them further underground. 57. (...) More efforts are needed to provide migrants with effective access to justice. 73. The Special Rapporteur noted the need for more effective employer sanctions, as well as more effective investigation and prosecution for offences by employers under the Labour Law.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2006/05/19 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CANADA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT
Management of human activities in Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas needs to be particularly effective because of the higher potential or more lasting consequences of harm at that location and also the greater potential for long-term benefits obtained by effective management. (...) Sites that periodically experience extreme natural events (hurricanes) need to be evaluated in the context of constant ecological succession, rather than an equilibrium paradigm. (...) In making spatial management approaches operational in coastal and EEZ ar- eas, experience has shown that in addition to biological and ecological criteria, many governance, administrative, and management considerations are relevant for selection of areas for various types of management and protection.
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IDEAS AND PROPOSALS ON THE ELEMENTS CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 1 OF THE BALI ACTION PLAN :UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE : SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES : ADDENDUM
Another important source of knowledge on adaptation is the experience and lessons learned in implementing adaptation projects, including the management of risks, the uses of technology and the tailoring of approaches. (...) While the exchange of experience and lesson learned can be an important method for facilitating both approaches, it is particularly useful in facilitating the dissemination of locally- developed adaptive techniques. The sharing of traditional knowledge - experience built up over years of practice - is a key element of bottom up approach to implementing adaptation. 103.
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LETTER DATED 2008/07/10 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRES AD INTERIM OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
They also stressed the importance of effective participation of an equitable and effective representation of developing countries in the implementation of the outcome of the World Summit on Information Society, including the Internet Governance Forum and Increased Cooperation. (...) They noted the adverse implications of the economic constraint in seeking to evolve more effective strategies for developing efficient and independent information networks that will facilitate the preservation and promotion of national interests. (...) To that end, they encouraged that NAM members render assistance and share expertise and experience among themselves. A/HRC/9/G/3 página 8 42.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/05/17 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE 2005 REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE TREATY ON THE NON-PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
d i n g for universal accession to the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements and Additional Protocols: L 106/34 Official Journal of the European Union 27.4.2005 16. recognising that Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements and Additional Protocols have a deterrent effect on nuclear proliferation and form today's verification standard, and continuing to work for increased detec- tability of any violations of Treaty obligations: 18. 19. 20. 21 22 23 24 25 17. working for recognition by the IAEA Board of Governors that the conclusion of a Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement and an Additional Protocol is today's verification standard highlighting the IAWs unique role in venfying States' compliance with their nuclear Non-proliferation commitments and helping them, on request, to tighten up the security of nuclear materid and instal- lations. and calling on States to suppon the Agency: recognising the imponance of appropriate effective export controls, in compliance with Security Council Resotution 1540 (2004) and in accordance with Anide U1.2 of the NPT: implementing. at national level, effective u p o n . transit, transhipment and re-export controls, including appro- priate laws and regulations for that purpose: enacting effective criminal sanctions to deter illegal export, transit, brokering, trafficking and related financing, in compliance with UNSC Resolution 1540 (2004): urging the Zangger Committee and the Nuclear Suppliers Group to share their experience on u p o n controls, so that all States can draw on the arrangements of the Zangger Committee and the Nuclear Suppliers Group .. (...) Article 4 This Common Position shall take effect on the date of its adoption. A~tic 5 This Common Position shall be published in the O p a l Jarmnl of tk European Union.
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