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REQUEST FOR OBSERVER STATUS TO THE ASSEMBLY
It has responded to invitations to contribute to the annual reports of the Secretary-General on oceans and fisheries issues and to take part in expert groups such as that on the Global Marine Assessment in March 2004. (...) Following adoption of new policy guidance at the second IUCN World Con- servation Congress in October 2000 (see enclosure no. 4 below),a IUCN has been developing with partners a high-seas ecosystem management project to conserve deepsea and high-seas marine living resources and biodiversity (see enclosures no. 8 and 9 below).a The GMP contributes to a variety of international marine policy fo- rums and related conferences and workshops in order to further these goals, bring- ing to bear up-to-date conservation science and practical policy recommendations (see enclosures no. 6 and 7 below).a (Further information on IUCN’s Global Marine Programme can be found at www.iucn.org/themes/marine).
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REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ITS 16TH SESSION, GENEVA, 22-26 FEBRURARY 2016 : HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL, ADVISORY COMMITTEE
In other words, strong cooperation between regional human rights regimes greatly contributes to the consolidation of universal human rights. 3. (...) Such a study will contribute to strengthening human rights at the regional level, thereby empowering universal human rights protection and enforcement around the world. 7. (...) Doing so will also contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. 17.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 35TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS WILSON, GENEVA, ON THURSDAY, 27 APRIL 2006 :COMMITTEE ON THE PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF ALL MIGRANT WORKERS AND MEMBERS OF THEIR FAMILIES, 4TH SESSION
El PRESIDENTE propone que, en la segunda frase, se inserte la palabra "positive" (positivo) entre las palabras "an essential" y "factor" (en la versión española, "positivo" se insertaría entre las palabras "un factor" y "esencial"). 9. (...) EL JAMRI propone que, en la tercera frase, se inserte la palabra "better" (mejor) después de "contribute" (contribuir), dado que el Comité considera que los trabajadores migratorios y sus familiares ya contribuyen al bienestar socioeconómico de su país de empleo. 15.
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LETTER DATED 24 JUNE 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Naciones Unidas A/HRC/32/G/19 Asamblea General Distr. general 22 de julio de 2016 Español Original: inglés A/HRC/32/G/19 2 GE.16-12661 Anexo de la carta de fecha 24 de junio de 2016 dirigida al Presidente del Consejo de Derechos Humanos por el Representante Permanente de Azerbaiyán ante la Oficina de las Naciones Unidas en Ginebra [Inglés únicamente] The seventh global forum of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations living together in inclusive societies: a challenge and a goal, 25-27 April 2016, Baku, Azerbaijan We, the Heads of State and Government and the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Heads of Delegation of States belonging to the Group of Friends of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC); Together with the Director Generals and other Heads of Delegation of international organizations also belonging to the Group of Friends of UNAOC; On the occasion of the Seventh Global Forum of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, held in Baku, Azerbaijan, 25-27 April 2016, which included a Youth Event as well as networking sessions organized by UNAOC partners; Reaffirming our commitment to the purposes and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Also reaffirming our commitment to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, as well as other relevant international instruments such as the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity; Acknowledging the United Nations General Assembly Resolutions A/RES/64/14 of 10 November 2009 and A/RES/69/312 of 6 July 2015, adopted by consensus, which recognize and welcome the efforts of UNAOC, express support for its practical projects, and provide UNAOC with the political guidance necessary to pursue its work in promoting intercultural dialogue, understanding and respect among civilizations, cultures, religions and beliefs, and acknowledging further the guiding principles of the Alliance outlined in the report of the High-Level Group for the Alliance of Civilizations of 13 November 2006; Stressing the importance of respect and understanding for cultural and religious diversity, of moderation as a value within societies; and encouraging tolerance, respect, dialogue and cooperation among different cultures, civilizations and peoples to expand their activities promoting a culture of peace, and to ensure that peace and non-violence are fostered at the national, subregional, regional and international levels; Encouraging UNAOC to continue to promote moderation as a universal value for attainment of peace, security and development; Convinced that the world ́s cultural diversity, as well as cultural heritage, is a wealth to be cherished and sustained by all as a factor of peace and development among all nations; Expressing concern about the increasing frequency and scale of acts of unlawful destruction of cultural heritage; and stressing the importance of respecting and safeguarding A/HRC/32/G/19 GE.16-12661 3 cultural heritage in order to promote peace and security, human rights, and sustainable development; Recognizing the importance of intercultural and interreligious dialogue and cooperation in order to promote tolerance, pluralism and mutual respect and expressing its support for the diverse initiatives taken by governments, international organizations and civil society in this regard; Welcoming the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and recognizing the importance of its goals and targets, including, inter alia, on promotion of peaceful and inclusive societies, for sustainable development; Acknowledging the importance of the role of the Marrakesh Declaration adopted in January 2016, on religious minorities in predominantly Muslim majority countries; Recalling the United Nations General Assembly resolution A/RES/53/22 of 4 November 1998, which declared 2001 the United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations and expressed its firm determination to facilitate and promote dialogue among civilizations; Alarmed by the acts of intolerance, violent extremism, violence, including sectarian violence, and terrorism in various parts of the world, which claim innocent lives, cause destruction and displace people, and rejecting the use of violence, regardless of any motivation; Reaffirming the commitment made by all Member States under the Charter of the United Nations to promote and encourage universal respect for and observance of all human rights and fundamental freedoms without distinction, and reaffirming also that Member States are under the obligation to protect and respect all human rights and fundamental freedoms of all persons; Recognizing UNAOC’s important role in addressing the increasing distrust and polarization between and among communities caused by the fear of violent extremism, which can be conducive to terrorism; Recognizing also UNAOC´s relevant role in raising awareness of the importance of addressing large movements of refugees and migrants, while respecting their human rights, safety and cultural diversity; Recognizing also in this regard the value added by such UNAOC initiatives as the UNAOC Fellowship Program, Entrepreneurs for Social Change (E4SC), Intercultural Leaders, the Intercultural Innovation Award, PLURAL+, Media and Information Literacy, PEACEapp, UNAOC Summer School, the Youth Solidarity Fund (YSF), and the UNAOC Hate Speech Initiative; Welcoming the initiative of the Secretary-General on preventing violent extremism and taking note in this regard of his Plan of Action aimed at addressing the drivers of violent extremism, which can be conducive to terrorism; and encouraging the UNAOC´s contribution through relevant activities in the areas of media, migration, education, and youth in collaboration with other United Nations entities, intergovernmental organizations and civil society; Noting the important role that youth can play in preventing violent extremism ̶ violent extremism that can be conducive to terrorism ̶ and the need to promote youth’s participation and empowerment to that end; Emphasizing our common determination to combat the scourges of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, including incitement to violence based A/HRC/32/G/19 4 GE.16-12661 on hatred, in all their forms and manifestations for the goal of living together in inclusive societies; Reaffirming that the dialogue among civilizations can play an important role in the promotion of common grounds among civilizations, recognition and promotion of the inherent dignity and of the equal rights of all human beings and, in this way, it can assist in dispelling notions of cultural superiority, and facilitate the building of a reconciled world for the human family; Stressing the importance of creating synergy among the Istanbul Process, Rabat Plan of Action, Fez Action Plan, and taking into consideration the Marrakesh Declaration in this regard; Reaffirming that there is no justification for violent extremism, whatever the motivation, and that, violent extremism, in all its forms and manifestations cannot and should not be associated with any religion, race, nationality, civilization or ethnic group; Taking into account that a culture of peace actively fosters non-violence and respect for human rights and strengthens solidarity among peoples and nations and dialogue between cultures; Recognizing in each culture a dignity and value that deserve recognition, respect and preservation, convinced that, in their rich variety and diversity and in the reciprocal influences that they exert on one another, all cultures form part of the common heritage belonging to all humankind; Recognizing further that the process of globalization constitutes a powerful and dynamic force which should benefit the development and prosperity of all countries, without exclusion; noting that while globalization offers great opportunities, its benefits can be very unevenly shared, and its costs unevenly distributed; expressing our determination to prevent and mitigate the negative effects of globalization; noting that these effects could aggravate, inter alia, poverty, underdevelopment, marginalization, social exclusion, cultural homogenization and economic disparities; further expressing our determination to maximize the benefits of globalization through, inter alia, the strengthening and enhancement of international cooperation to increase opportunities for trade, economic growth and sustainable development, global communications through the use of new technologies and increased intercultural exchange through the preservation and promotion of cultural diversity, which can contribute to the eradication of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance; Emphasizing the importance of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls, as well as women's full, equal and effective participation in decision-making processes, for the promotion of interreligious and intercultural dialogue, sustainable development and peaceful and inclusive societies; Acknowledging that tourism can enhance mutual respect, understanding and tolerance among nations by creating links between visitors and host communities that promote intercultural understanding, fight stereotypes, and contribute to a culture of peace; Recognizing that information and communications technologies are fundamentally altering the way individuals and communities interact, consume and spend their time, with new and unforeseen health and social consequences, many of which are positive and some of which raise concerns; Appreciating the leadership and contributions of the members of the Group of Friends; A/HRC/32/G/19 GE.16-12661 5 Expressing appreciation to previous host countries of UNAOC Global Forums: to Spain for The First Global Forum, (Madrid, January 2008); to Turkey, for the Second Global Forum, (Istanbul, April 2009); to Brazil for the Third Global Forum, (Rio, May 2010); to Qatar for the Fourth Global Forum, (Doha, December 2011); to Austria for the Fifth Global Forum, (Vienna, February 2013); and to Indonesia for the Sixth Global Forum, (Bali, August 2014); Reaffirming our support for UNAOC and its High Representative; Welcoming the continuing efforts made by the United Nations Secretary-General and the High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations to strengthen the relationships between UNAOC and United Nations agencies, departments and other bodies; Recognizing the role of UNESCO in intercultural dialogue and its contribution to interreligious dialogue, as well as its activities relating to the culture of peace and non- violence and its focus on concrete actions at the global, regional and subregional levels; Acknowledging initiatives that seek to enable, empower and encourage dialogue among followers of different religions and cultures around the world, such as the Alliance of Civilizations Institute in Istanbul, Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue, the King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue in Vienna, the Istanbul Process on the implementation of HRC Resolution 16/18, Baku process, including the World Forum on Inter-Cultural Dialogue held in Baku 2011, 2013 and 2015 under UNGA Resolution 62/90, the Rabat Plan of Action elaborated under the auspices of the OHCHR, as well as the Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures in Alexandria, the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan, the South East Europe Forum of the Dialogue among Civilizations and the World Conference on Inter- Faith and Inter-Civilization Dialogue in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and other related initiatives and activities; Acknowledging the efforts made by the High Representative to focus the Alliance’s mission and actions to support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, seen in the many sessions at this Forum that focus on these critical tasks; Acknowledging the importance of leaving no one behind in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, as a way to counter marginalization; Expressing appreciation to the regional and sub-regional organizations, which are members of the Group of Friends of UNAOC, and are carrying out activities in line with the objectives of UNAOC in regard to its four pillars; Praising Azerbaijan, as the host country of the 7th Global Forum of the Alliance, for focusing the Baku Forum on the theme “Living Together In Inclusive Societies: A Challenge and A Goal,” as a way to harness the multiple perspectives of various sectors to meet the challenge of, and progress towards, inclusive living in today’s increasingly diverse societies, and taking note of national initiatives in this regard, including the declaration of 2016 as the Year of Multiculturalism in Azerbaijan; 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ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING : REPORT : ADDENDUM / BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, MILOON KOTHARI
This report seeks to further contribute to the development of a comprehensive approach to housing, land and property rights to be used by the Transitional Government and the international community. 6. (...) It is thought that the lack of access to safe water is a contributing factor to the internal movement of families to already strained IDP camps and urban areas.11 A. (...) The inadequate waste collection also contributes to contamination of water when waste is piling up in narrow streets between houses, together with human excrement. 45.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2008/09/09 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Since the outbreak of the conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia in early 1990s, as a result of Tbilisi actions, Russia has been doing its utmost to contribute to their settlement on the basis of recognition of the territorial integrity of Georgia. (...) Nevertheless, Russia consistently followed its policy, performed its peacekeeping and mediating functions in good faith, and sought to contribute to attaining peace agreements, showed restraint and patience in case of provocations. (...) Russia will stand ready to contribute to this in every way. Humanitarian relief efforts in South Ossetia Due to the timely and large scale relief efforts of the Russian Federation provided through EMERCOM of Russia to the civil victims of war the humanitarian situation in South Ossetia is improving, vital infrastructure facilities have been restored and put into operation in Tskhinval.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD, OLIVIER DE SCHUTTER : ADDENDUM
It should also ensure that all States have the policy space they require to take measures which contribute to the progressive realization of the right to food under their jurisdiction, a goal towards which States should move “as expeditiously as possible” (E/C.12/1999/5, para. 9). (...) Second, at the micro-economic level, it contributes to reshaping the global food supply chain in a way which favors transnational corporations, whose freedom to act is broadened at the same moment as the regulatory tools States may resort to are being limited. (...) Reliance on imported foods has also been a factor, which Governments should take into account in their trade policy decisions.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES ON HER MISSION TO THE SUDAN :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Lack of knowledge about relevant laws, the ineffective implementation of such laws and the lack of accountability for gendered crimes further contribute to the challenges faced in ascertaining accurate information on such incidents as well as their prevalence rates. 15. (...) The Special Rapporteur was informed that, owing to the limited facilities for reporting violence and the lack of an effective response if such facilities are used, victims of domestic violence face further problems, including being encouraged by the police to seek reconciliation, which contributes to their revictimization. Such factors contribute to the silencing and denial of the problem, and also to the denial of remedies. (...) It is regrettable that the State authorities have denied that racial and ethnic identity is the source, and can be an exacerbating factor, of violations being experienced by women from minority communities.
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IDEAS AND PROPOSALS ON THE ELEMENTS CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 1 OF THE BALI ACTION PLAN :SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES
The creation of enabling environments, such as institutional capacity building as well as a regulatory framework that contributes to diversify economic activities and to strength economic resilience should be part of the national adaptation planning. (...) Enhancing international cooperation on R&D of specific technologies and establishing join ventures to accelerate deployment and diffusion of technologies will contribute to effectively deal with intellectual property rights issues by sharing these rights among parties involved.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION ON HIS MISSION TO FIJI
Infrastructure limitations constitute an important factor in regard to access to education. Accessibility is undermined by the geographical isolation of some schools in Fiji. (...) The wide distribution of the population also contributes to this problem. C. Disparities in access 49. (...) Priority spending in education is a major factor that could contribute to the difference in performance. 65.
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