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It also calls upon us to endeavor to reform this Organization, develop its structures, and enhance the role it is expected to play to alleviate the pressure of the current international situation, and to turn globalization into a process that helps guarantee peace and development for all peoples. (...) However, among the obstacles to the success of th is endeavor, lie the intensification of tensions and conflicts and the persistence of unsettled problems. (...) President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, President of the Republic, Tunisia has succeeded in accomplish ing remarkable achievements in all fields, thanks to substantial reforms which have consolidated the democratic endeavor, promoted Human Rights protection mechanisms and culture and safeguarded public freedoms.
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Score: 927757 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/63/generaldebate/pdf/tunisia_en.pdf
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LETTER DATED 12 JUNE 1981 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF YEMEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
., at the request of the Government of the Republic of Iraq, Recalling the relentless campaign waged against Iraq in the summer of 1980 by the Zionist entity and the information media friendly to it in Europe, America and elsewhere, which distorted the facts about Iraq's peaceful nuclear programme, the aim of which is to develop that countryss scientific and technological capabilities in order to accelerate its overall development in co-operation with the various nations of the world, Bearing in mind that Iraq is among the States which have ratified the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty of 1969 and has signed a safeguards agreement under this treaty with the International Atomic Energy Agency in 1973, that this agency has never recorded any violation by Iraq of the provisions of the said agreement. and that Iraq,. is among the States that have very actively participated in international and regional forums aiming at the prohibition of the use of nuclear energy for non-peaceful purposes and that, in addition, Iraq. has supported the international endeavors which aim to establish nuclear-free zones in the areas of tension around the world, while the Zionist entity has acquired nuclear arms years ago and continues to produce and develop such weapons in direct co-operation with the racist rme of South Africa, defiantly persists, nevertheless, in its refusal to sign the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty and continues to pursue a policy of nuclear threat and blackmail against the Arab countries in order to maintain the balance of power in its favor against all the Arab States put together and to hinder their development plans which aim at the development of their scientific and technological capabilities for peaceful purposes with a view to raising the standard of living in the Arab world and enhancing its progress and prosperity, Considering the latest aggression by the Zionist entity against Iraq's nuclear installations on June 7, 1981, following its first aggression against the same installations on September 27, 1980 as further evidence of the persister" aggression by this entity and utter disregard of all moral values, treaties, international norms and rules of international law, with a view to implementing the erroneous theory of Israeli security by which the Zionist entity has arrogated to itself the right to violate the sovereignty and independence of the Arab countries, and as a glaring manifestation of the aggressive nature of the Zionist enemy and its expansionist aims aflainst the Arab nation, which constitutes a dan~;erous precedent in the international situation threatening international peace and security and could lead to an explosion endangering vital world interests, / . . . (...) Supports the efforts of the Arab Reconciliation Committee composed of Saudi Arabia, Algeria and the Secretary-General of thee League of Arab States and requests the committee to continue its endeavors to accomplish its desired objectives. --_--
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Score: 927303.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/14529&Lang=E
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RIGHTS OF THE CHILD : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY MOVIMIENTO CUBANO POR LA PAZ Y LA SOBERANIA DE LOS PUEBLOS
The USA is one of the only seven countries now legally permitting the death sentence for juveniles and women and children with mental disability and it has racial character. 2nd Other objections has been raised about children serving in the armed forces, but article 38 specifically states that “parties shall take all feasible measures to ensure that person who have not attained the age of 15 years but who have not attained the age of 18 yeas, states “parties shall endeavor to give priority to those who are oldest” -3- The USA allows 17-years olds to enlist; Article 38 uses the words “shall endeavor,” not the words “prohibit” or “exclude” in reference to those under 18 years.
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Score: 927303.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.4/2003/NGO/219&Lang=E
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Draft Conclusions/Decisions of CNMC/5 Agenda item 1: Revue of the Status of implementation Conclusions and Decisions of the fourth meeting of CNMC (CNMC4) Conclusion 5/01: Implementation of CNMC/4 outstanding Conclusions and Decisions That: CNMC Administrations/Organizations endeavor to implement the outstanding Conclusions/Decisions of the fourth meeting of CNMC Decision 5/03: Automation of CAFSAT PDCF That: a) CNMC Administrations/Organizations are invited to use the use the software Inseye provided in the CAFSAT Management and Control (M&C) implemented by ISDEFE. a) Brazil continue to contact ISDEFE on this issue, assess the cost of the upgrade of ISDEFE software Inseye into the PDCF format and share with States/Organizations Agenda item 2: Review of the performance of CAFSAT earth stations and operational statistics of availability Conclusion 5/04: Restoration of the Nouakchott Casablanca ATS/DS circuit That: As a matter of urgency ASECNA and ONDA implement the current arrangement to expedite the restoration of the Nouakchott/Casablanca AFS circuit no later than 31 July 2015. Decision/05: Assessment of CAFSAT AFS performance through the Performance Data Collection Forms (PDCFs) That: a) States/organizations take the example of Portugal to and fill the PDCF document for reporting to the current CNMC coordinator with copy to the Secretariat; b) The ICAO Regional Offices of Dakar and Lima coordinate to centralize the filled PDCF for a comprehensive assessment of the statistics on CAFSAT performance Agenda item 3: Implementation of recommendation 6/19 of Special AFI RAN meeting Conclusion/06: Participation of CNMC members to the Regional coordination Meeting on VSATs Networks That: In order to harmonize the best practices for the implementation, operation and modernization of the network, CAFSAT States/Organizations endeavor to actively attend the Regional coordination Meeting on VSATs Networks and implement their outcome. (...) Conclusion/13: Implementation of the Luanda CAFSAT Station That: ENANA endeavor to expedite the implementation and operation of the Luanda CAFSAT node in order to establish the ATS/DS circuit between Luanda and Recife no later than 31 July 2015 Agenda item 7: Review of the terms of Reference and Work programme of CNMC Decision/14: Adoption of the Terms of Reference and Work programme of CNMC That: The Terms of Reference and Work Programme of CNMC is adopted as attached at Appendix XXXXX Agenda item 8: Adoption of the draft conclusions/decisions of CNMC 5 Agenda item 9: Any other business
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Score: 926804.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...pendix%20J_Report%20SAT-20.pdf
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Score: 925804 - https://unece.org/media/Circular-Economy/news/361742
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 18 OF THE CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN : 6TH PERIODIC REPORT OF STATES PARTIES : JAPAN
Special Attention to Rural Women ............................................................................. 79 (1) Women Engaged in the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Industry.................... 79 (2) Laws and Ordinances for a Gender-equal Society in Rural Areas ......................... 80 (3) Changing Consciousness and Behavior in All Places............................................. 80 (4) Improvement of Environment Fvorable for Womens’ Lives and Activities .......... 80 (5) Improvement of Women’s Economic Status in Rural Areas.................................. 81 (6) Consolidation of Women’s Status as Executive Female Farmers .......................... 81 2.
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Score: 925267.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=CEDAW/C/JPN/6&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 23 JUNE 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
.: General 30 June 2020 Original: English 20-08693 (E) 070720 *2008693* General Assembly Seventy-fourth session Agenda item 34 The situation in the Middle East Security Council Seventy-fifth year Letter dated 23 June 2020 from the Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General In my capacity as Chair of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Group in New York, I have the honour to enclose a copy of the resolution adopted during the virtual meeting of the OIC Executive Committee, held on 10 June 2020 1 (see annex). (...) A/74/926 S/2020/584 20-08693 2/5 Annex to the letter dated 23 June 2020 from the Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General [Original: Arabic, English and French] Resolution adopted by the Open-Ended Virtual Extraordinary Meeting of the OIC Executive Committee at the Level of Foreign Ministers on the threats of the Israeli Occupation Government to annex parts of State of Palestine’s territory occupied in 1967 Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (18 Shawwal 1441H) corresponding to 10 June 2020 The OIC Executive Committee, convening at an open-ended virtual extraordinary meeting at the level of foreign ministers, at the request of the State of Palestine, about the threats of the Israeli occupation government to annex par ts of the Palestinian territory occupied since in 1967; on 18 Shawwal 1441 H corresponding to 10th June 2020 (...) Provide all forms of political, legal, technical and material support necessary for the success of the political and legal endeavors and steps taken by the State of Palestine within the relevant international bodies, to hold Israel, the occupying power, accountable for its crimes against the Palestinian people.
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Score: 921666.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/74/926&Lang=E
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE SOCIETY STUDIES CENTRE (MADA SSC)
The different national governments of Sudan, at the post-independence era, have systematically endeavored to attract loans and aids from external sources. (...) Although all indicators locates Sudan at the top of the heavily indebted countries and despite that South Sudan has a share in these debts before cessation but Sudan hasn’t yet enjoyed the merits of the HIPC Initiative, a situation that lays further pressure on the limited resources of the country resulting from its endeavors to pay loan services. Sudanese people were thus deprived from enjoying their economic and social rights and the budgets allocated for education, health and poverty alleviation programs were seriously affected.
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Score: 921600.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/HRC/25/NGO/18&Lang=E
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ZAMBIA: PERIODIC REPORT
The Constitution under Article 230(2) and (3) defines the mandate of the Commission as to investigate and report on the observance of rights and freedoms; take necessary steps to secure appropriate redress where rights and freedoms are violated; endeavor to resolve a dispute through negotiation, mediation, or conciliation; carry out research on rights and freedoms and related matters; conduct civic education on rights and freedoms; and to perform such other functions as prescribed. (...) B. The Executive 26. The executive power is exercised by the President who is elected for a term of five years by universal suffrage. (...) However, international instruments are not self-executing and require legislative implementation to be effective in Zambia as law.
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Score: 921011.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=CRPD/C/ZMB/1&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2ND MEETING OF THE SUBCOMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN, HELD AT GILLET HALL, HUNTER COLLEGE, NEW YORK, 1 MAY 1946
Miss Bernardino cons~dered that the S~b-commission should study the status of women in all its asnects economic civil social and educational,-.r:, , , that sub-Committees should "be created to prepare a survey, and that there should be an executive office to carry out proposals approved by the Economic and Social Council •. (...) Nevertheless, they did endeavor to widen their scope as far as pOBsible; They obtained their data mainly from three scientific institutes: ,1, International Institute for the Unification of Private Law - Rome 2, International Institute of Publio Law - Paris 3, International Bureau for the Unification of Penal Law ~ Paris They also received excellent materi·al from women's organizations ..
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Score: 921000.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=E/HR/ST/7&Lang=E
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