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COMPOSITION OF THE SECRETARIAT : STAFF DEMOGRAPHICS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
66 1 040 3 982 7 006 8 055 7 070 6 196 4 441 1 428 201 102 64 0 1 000 2 000 3 000 4 000 5 000 6 000 7 000 8 000 9 000 18-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75+ 工 作 人 员 人 数 年龄幅度 A/72/123 17-11530 (C) 34/125 图九 截至 2016年 12月 31日按年龄和性别分列的秘书处所有非外地行动工作人员分 布情况 (总人数:19 897人) 200 400 600 800 65+ 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 工作人员人数 年 龄 Male Female 男 女 A/72/123 35/125 17-11530 (C) 图十 截至 2016年 12月 31日按年龄和性别分列的秘书处所有外地行动工作人员分布 情况 (总人数:19 754人) 2. (...) 200 400 600 800 65+ 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 工作人员人数 年 龄 Male Female 男 女 男 女 A/72/123 17-11530 (C) 36/125 表 13 截至 2016年 12月 31日按职类/职等、平均年龄和平均服务年限分列的秘书处 所有工作人员 (总人数:39 651人) 职类/职等 平均年龄 平均服务年限 (年数)秘书处 工作人员人数 专业及以上职类 USG 62.5 4.8 73 ASG 58.9 4.9 84 D-2 55.9 10.1 156 D-1 53.8 11.3 538 P-5 51.5 11.3 1 741 P-4 48.0 8.7 3 789 P-3 43.5 5.7 4 317 P-2 36.6 4.1 1 328 P-1 28.1 0.4 17 INT 55.2 2.1 562 R 72.0 1.3 35 T 53.0 0.8 209 平均数/小计 46.7 7.2 12 849 外勤人员 FS-7 55.3 17.2 27 FS-6 50.4 10.0 408 FS-5 48.0 7.6 1 587 FS-4 46.7 6.4 1 829 FS-3 49.2 8.6 43 平均数/小计 47.7 7.3 3 894 一般事务及有关职类 NPO-D 49.4 6.9 33 NPO-C 46.8 5.8 309 NPO-B 42.9 5.2 1 125 NPO-A 41.1 5.2 658 G-7 48.3 15.7 854 G-6 46.1 11.8 3 114 G-5 43.2 8.6 4 902 G-4 41.7 7.4 5 875 G-3 42.6 7.8 3 810 G-2 42.9 7.6 1 748 G-1 37.8 5.7 40 TC 49.1 13.8 87 A/72/123 37/125 17-11530 (C) 职类/职等 平均年龄 平均服务年限 (年数)秘书处 工作人员人数 SS 43.2 13.5 292 LT 46.9 8.5 34 PIA 33.9 2.7 27 平均数/小计 43.3 8.6 22 908 所有职类平均数/共计 44.8 8.0 39 651 3.
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COMPOSITION OF THE SECRETARIAT : STAFF DEMOGRAPHICS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
联 合 国 A/73/79 大 会 Distr.: General 12 April 2018 Chinese Original: English 18-05861 (C) 170518 310518 *1805861* 第七十三届会议 暂定项目表*
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COMPOSITION OF THE SECRETARIAT : GRATIS PERSONNEL, RETIRED STAFF AND CONSULTANTS AND INDIVIDUAL CONTRACTORS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL : ADDENDUM
A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) 3 1 /8 8 Annex I Gratis personnel Table 1.A Engagement of type I gratis personnel, by nationality, category and gender: 2016–2017 (Population: 4,824 engagements) Country of nationalitya Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Total Percentage of women Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Afghanistan 1 1 2 1 3 4 50.0 Albania 7 3 10 10 70.0 Algeria 1 1 2 2 50.0 Angola 4 4 4 100.0 Argentina 25 10 35 35 71.4 Armenia 2 2 2 100.0 Australia 1 1 2 69 41 110 112 62.5 Austria 4 4 18 8 26 2 2 32 68.8 Azerbaijan 6 1 7 7 85.7 Bahrain 2 2 4 4 50.0 Bangladesh 1 1 2 5 4 9 11 54.5 Barbados 1 1 1 100.0 Belarus 11 11 11 100.0 Belgium 36 12 48 48 75.0 Benin 1 1 1 100.0 Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 2 2 2 100.0 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4 5 9 9 44.4 Brazil 1 1 44 30 74 75 60.0 Bulgaria 6 3 9 9 66.7 Burkina Faso 3 4 7 7 42.9 Burundi 3 3 3 100.0 Cambodia 2 2 2 100.0 Cameroon 8 5 13 13 61.5 Canada 90 54 144 2 2 146 61.6 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 3 2 /8 8 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) Country of nationalitya Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Total Percentage of women Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Chad 1 1 1 0.0 Chile 35 50 85 85 41.2 China 5 4 9 472 140 612 2 1 3 624 76.8 Colombia 22 12 34 34 64.7 Comoros 1 1 1 100.0 Congo 4 1 5 5 80.0 Costa Rica 1 2 3 3 33.3 Côte d’Ivoire 8 3 11 11 72.7 Croatia 10 4 14 14 71.4 Cuba 1 1 1 100.0 Cyprus 1 2 3 3 33.3 Czechia 5 4 9 9 55.6 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 1 1 1 1 2 0.0 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1 1 1 100.0 Denmark 22 9 31 10 12 22 53 60.4 Dominican Republic 3 3 3 100.0 Ecuador 5 8 13 13 38.5 Egypt 2 2 15 13 28 30 50.0 El Salvador 3 1 4 4 75.0 Eritrea 1 1 1 100.0 Estonia 1 1 1 100.0 Ethiopia 12 7 19 19 63.2 Fiji 1 1 2 2 50.0 Finland 19 2 21 13 3 16 37 86.5 France 19 11 30 184 77 261 291 69.8 Gambia 2 1 3 3 66.7 Georgia 1 3 4 4 25.0 Germany 62 39 101 141 68 209 1 1 311 65.3 Ghana 2 2 7 5 12 14 50.0 Greece 8 8 16 16 50.0 Grenada 1 1 1 0.0 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) 3 3 /8 8 Country of nationalitya Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Total Percentage of women Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Guatemala 5 1 6 6 83.3 Guinea 1 1 1 100.0 Honduras 2 2 2 100.0 Hungary 3 3 3 100.0 India 91 47 138 138 65.9 Indonesia 14 7 21 21 66.7 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 10 8 18 18 55.6 Iraq 1 1 1 0.0 Ireland 9 8 17 17 52.9 Israel 1 1 5 2 7 8 75.0 Italy 13 10 23 93 66 159 182 58.2 Jamaica 3 3 6 6 50.0 Japan 27 13 40 16 17 33 2 3 5 78 57.7 Jordan 6 2 8 8 75.0 Kazakhstan 12 3 15 15 80.0 Kenya 2 1 3 183 125 308 311 59.5 Kuwait 1 1 1 0.0 Kyrgyzstan 3 3 3 100.0 Latvia 2 2 2 100.0 Lebanon 1 1 38 19 57 58 67.2 Libya 1 1 1 0.0 Lithuania 3 3 3 100.0 Luxembourg 2 2 1 1 3 66.7 Madagascar 3 3 3 100.0 Malawi 3 1 4 4 75.0 Malaysia 3 2 5 5 60.0 Mali 1 1 1 0.0 Malta 1 1 2 2 50.0 Mauritius 1 1 1 0.0 Mexico 26 12 38 38 68.4 Monaco 2 1 3 3 66.7 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 3 4 /8 8 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) Country of nationalitya Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Total Percentage of women Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Mongolia 4 4 4 100.0 Montenegro 2 2 2 100.0 Morocco 2 2 7 10 17 19 36.8 Myanmar 2 2 2 0.0 Nepal 12 4 16 16 75.0 Netherlands 9 7 16 29 18 47 2 2 65 58.5 New Zealand 3 2 5 5 60.0 Niger 2 2 2 0.0 Nigeria 14 13 27 27 51.9 Norway 14 9 23 14 8 22 2 2 47 59.6 Pakistan 1 1 9 8 17 18 55.6 Panama 1 1 1 0.0 Paraguay 1 1 2 2 50.0 Peru 9 8 17 17 52.9 Philippines 10 4 14 14 71.4 Poland 13 4 17 1 1 18 72.2 Portugal 7 1 8 8 87.5 Republic of Korea 10 5 15 99 26 125 6 21 27 167 68.9 Republic of Moldova 5 5 5 100.0 Romania 12 3 15 15 80.0 Russian Federation 98 17 115 1 1 116 84.5 Rwanda 1 1 1 0.0 Saint Kitts and Nevis 2 2 2 100.0 Saint Lucia 1 1 2 2 50.0 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 1 1 100.0 Sao Tome and Principe 2 2 2 100.0 Saudi Arabia 2 2 2 6 8 10 20.0 Senegal 4 4 8 8 50.0 Serbia 6 3 9 9 66.7 Sierra Leone 1 1 2 2 50.0 Singapore 9 8 17 17 52.9 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) 3 5 /8 8 Country of nationalitya Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Total Percentage of women Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Slovakia 7 3 10 10 70.0 Slovenia 2 2 2 100.0 Somalia 1 1 1 0.0 South Africa 4 4 4 100.0 South Sudan 1 1 1 100.0 Spain 3 3 6 73 28 101 107 71.0 Sri Lanka 2 2 2 100.0 Sudan 2 2 4 4 50.0 Swaziland 1 1 1 0.0 Sweden 13 6 19 32 8 40 8 8 67 67.2 Switzerland 23 8 31 45 19 64 95 71.6 Syrian Arab Republic 2 5 7 7 28.6 Tajikistan 2 2 2 100.0 Thailand 17 9 26 26 65.4 The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 1 1 1 100.0 Togo 2 6 8 8 25.0 Trinidad and Tobago 1 1 1 100.0 Tunisia 10 4 14 14 71.4 Turkey 16 11 27 1 1 28 57.1 Turkmenistan 1 2 3 3 33.3 Uganda 10 4 14 14 71.4 Ukraine 24 2 26 26 92.3 United Arab Emirates 3 3 3 100.0 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 94 63 157 1 1 158 59.5 United Republic of Tanzania 2 1 3 3 66.7 United States of America 8 2 10 292 168 460 470 63.8 Uruguay 2 2 2 100.0 Uzbekistan 3 3 6 6 50.0 Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 8 3 11 11 72.7 Viet Nam 7 4 11 11 63.6 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 3 6 /8 8 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) Country of nationalitya Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Total Percentage of women Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Yemen 3 3 3 0.0 Zambia 2 2 2 100.0 Zimbabwe 6 4 10 10 60.0 Subtotal 262 141 403 2 905 1 453 4 358 10 46 56 4 817 66.0 State of Palestine 3 2 5 5 60.0 Stateless 1 1 2 2 50.0 Total 262 141 403 2 909 1 456 4 365 10 46 56 4 824 65.9 a Countries not listed had no nationals engaged as type I gratis personnel. A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) 3 7 /8 8 Table 1.B Engagement of type I gratis personnel, by entity, category and gender: 2016–2017 (Population: 4,824 engagements) Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Percentage of women Entity group Entity Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Total Departments/offices CTED 4 1 5 17 8 25 30 70.0 DESA 9 3 12 224 109 333 6 5 11 356 67.1 DFS 2 6 8 95 53 148 156 62.2 DGACM 1 1 2 126 44 170 172 73.8 DM 16 13 29 127 83 210 239 59.8 DPA 24 21 45 38 24 62 107 57.9 DPI 3 2 5 238 60 298 303 79.5 DPKO 22 11 33 127 80 207 240 62.1 DSS 7 4 11 11 63.6 EOSG 11 5 16 22 6 28 44 75.0 ETHICS 1 1 1 100.0 OAJ 1 1 2 1 3 4 75.0 OCHA 34 13 47 119 56 175 222 68.9 ODA 3 2 5 78 32 110 115 70.4 OHCHR 43 8 51 165 58 223 274 75.9 OHRLLS 24 13 37 37 64.9 OIOS 1 2 3 24 5 29 32 78.1 OLA 3 3 50 28 78 81 61.7 OSAA 5 5 5 100.0 OSRSG-CAAC 3 1 4 4 75.0 OSRSG-SVC 3 3 2 3 5 8 62.5 PBSO 9 6 15 15 60.0 UNCTAD 1 4 5 71 46 117 8 8 130 55.4 UNEP 33 19 52 84 62 146 198 59.1 UN-Habitat 10 5 15 136 68 204 219 66.7 UNISDR 2 1 3 10 7 17 20 60.0 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 3 8 /8 8 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) Associate experts Interns Technical cooperation experts Percentage of women Entity group Entity Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Female Male Subtotal Total UNODC 18 12 30 113 67 180 15 15 225 58.2 UNOG 2 4 6 125 34 159 165 77.0 UNOMS 1 1 17 4 21 22 77.3 UNON 61 52 113 113 54.0 UNOSDP 3 4 7 7 42.9 UNOV 6 2 8 52 19 71 3 6 9 88 69.3 UNRoD 3 3 3 100.0 Subtotal 252 140 392 2 175 1 036 3 211 9 34 43 3 646 66.8 Field operations OSESG-SYRIA 4 1 5 5 80.0 Subtotal 4 1 5 5 80.0 Regional commissions ECA 16 7 23 23 69.6 ECE 5 5 63 19 82 3 3 90 75.6 ECLAC 1 1 107 89 196 197 54.3 ESCAP 3 3 263 167 430 1 9 10 443 60.3 ESCWA 2 2 51 32 83 85 62.4 Subtotal 10 1 11 500 314 814 1 12 13 838 61.0 Tribunals ICTY 230 105 335 335 68.7 Subtotal 230 105 335 335 68.7 Total 262 141 403 2 909 1 456 4 365 10 46 56 4 824 65.9 A/73/79/Add.1 39/88 18-05961 (C) Table 2.A Engagement of type II gratis personnel, by nationality and gender: 2016–2017 (Population: 171 engagements) No. of engagements No. of months worked Country of nationalitya Female Male Total Female Male Total Angola 1 1 6 6 Australia 7 10 17 37 54 91 Austria 1 1 12 12 Bangladesh 2 2 9 9 Belgium 1 1 6 6 Brazil 1 1 4 4 Cameroon 1 1 6 6 Canada 8 14 22 46 97 142 Chile 2 2 13 13 Congo 2 2 12 12 Côte d’Ivoire 1 1 2 6 3 9 Democratic Republic of the Congo 2 2 17 17 Denmark 1 2 3 12 3 15 Estonia 1 1 3 3 Ethiopia 2 2 15 15 Finland 1 1 2 2 France 5 7 12 34 108 141 Germany 1 1 2 6 31 37 Haiti 1 1 12 12 Hungary 1 1 3 3 India 2 1 3 14 3 17 Indonesia 1 1 7 7 Ireland 4 6 10 12 21 33 Israel 2 2 12 12 Italy 3 3 30 30 Japan 1 1 12 12 Kenya 4 1 5 40 6 46 Mali 1 1 3 3 Namibia 1 1 11 11 Nepal 1 1 2 4 6 10 Netherlands 1 1 15 15 New Zealand 1 1 2 4 2 6 Nigeria 1 1 3 3 Norway 2 1 3 8 12 20 Pakistan 1 2 3 6 16 22 Philippines 2 1 3 5 6 11 Poland 1 1 9 9 Romania 1 1 15 15 A/73/79/Add.1 18-05961 (C) 40/88 No. of engagements No. of months worked Country of nationalitya Female Male Total Female Male Total Senegal 2 2 5 5 South Africa 1 1 6 6 Spain 3 2 5 15 11 26 Sri Lanka 2 2 6 6 Sudan 3 3 18 18 Sweden 4 5 9 29 29 58 Switzerland 1 9 10 3 43 46 Uganda 1 6 7 6 34 40 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 3 1 4 18 8 26 United States of America 4 1 5 18 6 24 Zimbabwe 1 1 2 3 6 9 Total 66 105 171 372 730 1 102 a Countries not listed had no nationals engaged as type II gratis personnel. A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) 4 1 /8 8 Annex II Retired staff Table 1.A Retirees engaged, by entity, number of engagements, number of days worked and expenditure: 2016–2017 (Population: 4,481 engagements) Entity group Entity No. of engagements No. of persons engaged No. of days worked Expenditure (United States dollars) Female Male Total Female Male Total Departments/offices DESA 47 46 93 29 27 56 7 212 2 054 969 DFS 13 12 25 12 10 22 2 227 782 889 DGACM 1 013 1 980 2 993 214 314 528 74 717 31 504 431 DM 56 31 87 34 21 55 8 175 2 616 201 DPA 28 18 46 22 13 35 2 466 934 349 DPI 35 28 63 19 11 30 3 355 897 160 DPKO 16 39 55 13 16 29 2 305 782 211 DSS 7 33 40 5 17 22 3 070 720 662 EOSG 9 5 14 7 5 12 1 752 716 333 ETHICS 1 1 2 1 1 2 20 4 706 OCHA 17 6 23 11 6 17 2 392 694 375 OCT 1 1 2 1 1 2 116 36 059 ODA 9 6 15 8 3 11 2 680 785 969 OHCHR 34 14 48 21 12 33 2 389 618 293 OHRLLS 5 5 4 4 121 44 000 OIOS 3 4 7 3 3 6 1 218 224 707 OLA 6 8 14 5 2 7 1 103 248 694 OSRSG-SVC 2 2 2 2 2 PBSO 4 4 2 2 407 82 712 UNAKRT 1 7 8 1 7 8 1 001 331 706 UNCC 2 2 1 1 40 22 400 UNCTAD 7 39 46 7 25 32 2 471 634 452 UNEP 48 111 159 19 39 58 5 563 1 418 994 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 4 2 /8 8 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) Entity group Entity No. of engagements No. of persons engaged No. of days worked Expenditure (United States dollars) Female Male Total Female Male Total UN-Habitat 9 3 12 6 3 9 1 139 197 947 UNISDR 7 2 9 4 2 6 239 121 536 UNODC 4 14 18 4 9 13 1 036 206 326 UNOG 12 10 22 9 7 16 2 173 748 394 UNOMS 4 3 7 3 2 5 469 71 681 UNON 2 2 1 1 181 17 185 UNOP 1 1 1 1 34 UNOV 8 6 14 4 4 8 420 121 488 Subtotal 1 401 2 437 3 838 465 568 1 033 130 492 47 640 829 Regional commissions ECA 39 112 151 18 44 62 5 658 1 463 454 ECE 8 17 25 5 11 16 1 385 362 710 ECLAC 71 64 135 24 32 56 5 455 1 012 230 ESCAP 15 54 69 10 26 36 2 744 515 111 ESCWA 8 10 18 5 7 12 1 390 169 125 Subtotal 141 257 398 62 120 182 16 632 3 522 631 Tribunals ICTR 2 2 1 1 143 43 386 ICTY 17 17 34 5 8 13 1 338 323 510 IRMCT 6 38 44 5 7 12 1 841 574 525 Subtotal 25 55 80 11 15 26 3 322 941 421 Field operations CNMC 2 1 3 1 1 2 357 138 000 MC 3 3 3 3 114 45 000 MINUJUSTH 1 1 1 1 47 19 396 MINURSO 1 2 3 1 2 3 115 51 685 MINUSCA 3 14 17 2 12 14 1 473 540 089 MINUSMA 1 20 21 1 12 13 870 288 733 MINUSTAH 3 8 11 3 7 10 1 024 430 127 MONUSCO 1 11 12 1 11 12 1 042 328 679 OSASG 9 9 5 5 2 803 949 851 OSESG-SC1559 1 1 1 1 152 A /7 3 /7 9 /A d d .1 1 8 -0 5 9 6 1 (C ) 4 3 /8 8 Entity group Entity No. of engagements No. of persons engaged No. of days worked Expenditure (United States dollars) Female Male Total Female Male Total OSESG-YEMEN 1 1 1 1 65 9 366 SCR 2231 1 1 2 1 1 2 20 4 706 UNAMA 2 2 2 2 28 2
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, RASHIDA MANJOO :ADDENDUM
In more remote areas, there is a shortage of female teachers, resulting in girls in those areas foregoing their education. (...) In July 2013, the highest-ranking female police officer in Helmand was shot and killed on her way to work. (...) In an effort to prevent harassment and the undermining of female police officers’ authority by commanders and male police colleagues, and to integrate women as full, equal and respected professionals within the police force, the Ministry of Interior adopted the “Strategy for the Integration of Afghan National Police Female Personnel” in 2013.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTREME POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS ON HIS MISSION TO SAUDI ARABIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Women’s rights ........................................................................................................................ 13 C. Human rights of female migrant domestic workers ................................................................. 15 D. (...) Available from www.mod.gov.tr/Lists/RecentPublications/Attachments/101/Accessibility%20of%20Vulnerable%20 Groups%20to%20Social%20Protection.pdf. 12 For the best publicly available resource in English on the current system of poverty alleviation and social protection in Saudi Arabia, see Talha Fadaak, Female Poverty in Saudi Arabia: A study of poor female headed households, social policies and programmes in Jeddah City (LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012). (...) In that context, it is relevant to mention that the Special Rapporteur’s team visited households in the Ghubaira, Manfuhah and Al Ud neighbourhoods of Riyadh, many of which were headed by women. Many female-headed households in Saudi Arabia are beneficiaries of government cash transfers and other programmes, but government assistance is not sufficient in the absence of employment. 14 Given the insufficiency of government benefits, many female-headed households are reliant on charities and their extended family to survive.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 30 JUNE 2015 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF MALAYSIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
(c) Harmonize national legislation and customary and religious laws with international human rights standards, and the introduce a legal prohibition of harmful practices, including female genital mutilation or female circumcision, supported by initiatives to prevent and address those practices; A study conducted by Maznah et al (2010) found that majority of Malaysian Muslim women (93.6%) practise female circumcision and yet there is no report of post female circumcision complications amongst girls and women by pediatricians, physicians or obstetricians. (...) GOM wishes to further emphasise that Malaysia upholds individual rights to religion and religious practices. Male and female circumcisions are advocated among the Muslim community. (...) This erroneously refers to female circumcision as practised in Malaysia. In fact, standards and guidelines have been established by the relevant authorities to ensure that female circumcision as practiced in Malaysia conform to the religious requirements and medical A/HRC/29/G/9 7/9 GE.15-11632 (C) procedure standards.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS : ADDENDUM
WOMEN MIGRANTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA Female migrant workers 32. Female migrant workers now constitute approximately one third of migrant workers in the Republic of Korea. (...) This visa category, established in 1994 has met an increasing demand for foreign female entertainers and requests doubled since 1997. 34. (...) Statistics by nationality reveal that 66.2 per cent of foreign female spouses are from China and 18.7 per cent are from Viet Nam.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT, MANFRED NOWAK :ADDENDUM
Prisons are also characterized by the fact that male and female prisoners are not separated (see chapter IV below), and male and female staff can work together in male and female sections. 34. (...) Further the police can lend assault alarms to women at risk of assault. 51. Denmark has made female genital mutilation a separate crime under section 245a of the Criminal Code, which is subject to a maximum penalty of a six-year prison term.39 In the first case under the provision, the Special Rapporteur notes that in June 2008, a Danish couple of Sudanese origin were arrested on suspicion of having taken their two daughters to Sudan in 2003 for circumcision.40 52.
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE KENYA NATIONAL COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Articles 13(1), 14 and 18(1) of the Children’s Act in Kenya provide for the protection of the child from all forms of violence including physical and psychological abuse, neglect, trafficking, female circumcision, cultural rites, torture, cruel treatment, deprivation of liberty etc9. (...) Harmful traditional practices 17. Female genital mutilation is still practiced in some countries: WHO estimates that between 100 million and 140 million women and girls worldwide have been subjected to FGM. (...) This presents itself through child sex tourism and prostitution in coastal area, child labour in areas where there is prevalent cultivation of miraa, coffee and tea farms and near Nyanza's gold mines27. 4.3 Female Genital Mutilation 28. Female Genital Mutilation is still widely practiced, especially with the Maasai, Kisii, and Somali communities in Kenya; in spite of the enactment of the Children’s Act (2001) which prohibits female genital mutilation.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE BUSTAMANTE : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur had the opportunity to meet and interview female migrant workers who had returned to Indonesia. (...) Sometimes agents are directly responsible for abuse. Many of the female migrant domestic workers interviewed had experienced severe abuse at the hands of Indonesian employment agents. (...) On policy matters, the MOU does not state who shall be responsible for the repatriation of female migrant workers if their employers abuse them.
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