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SECURITY COUNCIL OFFICIAL RECORDS, 3RD YEAR : 309TH MEETING, 29 MAY 1948, LAKE SUCCESS, NEW YORK
En jon" 6 Le Gouvernement britannique flirte, je le répète, avec les Etats arabe,c;. C'est naturellement une politique à long terme. (...) Le Gouvernement britan- nique fait des avances aux Arabes et aux Etats arabes, mais ce flirt ne tient aucunement compte des intérêts de la population arabe de Palestine. (...) The word "inde- pendence" cannot be found in the United King- dom vocabulary, when the Palestine question Ï3 discussed. . 1 repeat that the United Kingdom is flirting with the Arab States. This is undoubtedly a long- term poliey.
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OPTIONAL PROTOCOL: FINAL DECISION ON COMMUNICATION 18/2008
The accused also testified, claiming that the sexual intercourse was consensual and that he and the author had been flirting for a long time before the alleged rape took place. (...) While acknowledging and giving a very detailed account of all training undertaken by both the Philippine Judicial Academy and the Supreme Court Committee on Gender Responsiveness in the Judiciary, the author states that much still needs to be done, given the extent of CEDAW/C/46/D/18/2008 9 10-54558 the prejudice against the female victims of rape and other forms of sexual violence.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 14TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON THURSDAY, 13 AUGUST 1992 : COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, SUB-COMMISSION ON PREVENTION OF DISCRIMINATION AND PROTECTION OF MINORITIES, 44TH SESSION
The latter too often tried to emulate the Western model, flirting ineffectually with the free market, criminality, prostitution and drugs. (...) Over 40,000 women elementary and high school teachers had been dismissed within the first few years of the establishment of the Islamic Republic. The lack of female teachers had resulted in the closure of many schools for girls, since schools were not mixed, so that at least 89 per cent of Iranian rural women were illiterate.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY, OFELIA CALCETAS-SANTOS
The Special Rapporteur remains concerned about the situation of several thousand female ritual slaves known as “Tro Kosi” in south-eastern Ghana. These females are given by their families to work as slaves in religious shrines as a way of appeasing the gods for crimes supposedly committed by relatives. (...) Trinidad and Tobago has reported that one facet of its problem with child sex tourism - foreigners visiting a country (solely or inter alia ) for the purpose of having sex with children - is the phenomenon of “beach boys” - males as young as 14 who are seen escorting female tourists on the beaches. There is growing concern that sexual activity among children of primary school age has been heightened by the presence of tourists, as children frequenting the beaches after school and during the vacation periods are exposed to varying degrees of sexual activity.
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At that time he realized that a policy aimed at creating a non-racial state by non-violent means had failed, that his comrades were beginning to lose confidence, and that they were flirting alarmingly with the idea of terrorism. Mandela, who has been compared to Gandhi,yielded to the reality principle; he preferred to forego the non-violence which he would have preferred, but which had proved inadequate in the context of a state founded on total racial segregation and great brutality.
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SITUATION OF MUSLIM AND ARAB PEOPLES IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE WORLD : REPORT / BY DOUDOU DIENE, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE
Whereas after 1981 the watchword was - in one of the 110 promises of the socialist candidate to the Presidency of the Republic, François Mitterrand - to recognize in respect of all components of French society “the right to be different”,46 a pronounced return to the assimilation efforts so dear to the Third Republic subsequently took place; the former slogan was reversed, and “the right to indifference” was advocated in what became a new vehicle for integration à la française.47 One example of this volte-face is offered by the France Plus association which, supported by successive Governments, left and right, from 1988 to 1995 began to “flirt with latent Islamophobia”,48 in particular at the time of the first Gulf war in 1991. (...) The question of the veil has always been a matter of debate for Muslims - and the question of male and female dress has always been a political question.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18TH SESSION, 3RD COMMITTEE : 1214TH MEETING, FRIDAY, 27 SEPTEMBER 1963, NEW YORK
Those States which loudly proclaimed their respect for the ideals of the Charter and at the same time flirted with a country like South Africa also displayed a form of hypocrisy which was an insult to the whole of mankind, and the delegation of Tanganyika earnestly hoped that they would desist.
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Score: 849205.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/C.3/SR.1214&Lang=E
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GE.12-48062 Commi
Where paragraph 8, section (a) of the Equal Treatment Act (gender) was indicated, and the plaintiff was female: Year Decisions finding a breach of the law Compromise Decisions rejecting a breach of the law 2008 0 0 2 2009 5 0 1 2010 2 2 5 2011 3 2 2 2012* 1 0 2  Cases closed by25 September, 2012 are included in the above data. (...) With regard to the above, the constitutional and legal rules indicated allow for the application of measures that foster equal opportunity, including female quotas. There are, however, many ways of creating equal opportunity, of which the quota system - as also expressed in section 25 of the Commission's earlier opinion - is just one method, therefore the acceptance of equal opportunities for the target groups can be promoted in several ways and using several methods. 44. (...) The aim of the Women's Association is to represent a healthy female ideal to promote fulfilment of women in the family, the work place and public life.
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SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES FOR ADDRESSING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY TO FACILITATE TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, AND TO PREVENT AND INVESTIGATE TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS : BACKGROUND PAPER PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
Traffickers would then offer the victims, as the only alternative for repaying the debt incurred under deception, the option of selling their organs.15 The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) reports that the recruitment of female victims of trafficking in illegal surrogacy programmes and the sale of their newborns increasingly takes place online as well, as victims are lured with offers to purchase babies.16 The traffickers particularly exploit the specific situations of vulnerability of these individuals, as there are documented cases of victims who are homeless, suffer from mental and physical disabilities, are single parents with children or are elderly.17 Although some cases have been documented of online advertisements being used in connection with forced and sham marriages, the profiling and recruitment of victims with the use of information and communications technology is most commonly used in trafficking for sexual exploitation, including child sexual exploitation.18 The COVID-19 pandemic has acted as a catalyst in that regard due to the increased use of the Internet, in particular social networks, especially their use by children, who have become exposed to risks of recruitment in trafficking cases, for example, through online video gaming sites. 19 Traffickers also frequently use the “lover boy” method to lure underage victims into sexual exploitation.20 2. (...) This is used, for example, in the “lover boy” method of recruitment, in which traffickers flirt and interact with individuals, ask them to send erotic pictures and then use those to coerce those individuals into sexual exploitation.
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