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LETTER DATED 89/03/06 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS.
GENERAL E/CN.4/1989/83 9 March 1989 Original: ENGLISH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Forty-fifth session Agenda item 12 (a) QUESTION OF THE VIO LATIÓ N OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS IN ANY PART OP THE WORLD, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO COLONIAL AND OTHER DEPENDENT COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES QUESTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN CYPRUS Letter dated 6 March 1989 from the Permanent Representative of Turkey to the United Nations Office at Geneva addressed to the Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights I have the honour to endose herewith a message addressed to you on behalf of one of the two raain parties to the Cyprus dispute, i.e. the Turkish Cypriot Community, by H.E. (...) KENAN ATAKOL TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE OOMMISSION AT ITS FORTY-FIFTY SESSION With reference to the all too familiar, groundless allegations made by the Greek Cypriot representative, under agenda item 12 (a) , during the forty-fifth session of the United Nations Commission on Human Riqhts, I have thought it pertinent to respond to some of the most qlaring distortions attempted by the Greek Cypriot representative. (...) The Turkish intervention in Cyprus in 1974, five days after the Greek-engineered coup, was carried out in accordance with international law, namely the Treaty of Guarantee, in order to prevent the annexation of Cyprus by Greece.
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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE STATE OF PALESTINE: INDEPENDENT COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Since it was passed almost five years ago, Israel reacted with the announcement of constructing some 33,000 new settlement housing units; that is, 8,244 units a year. This contrasts with approximately 2,300 units in 2016, before the UNSC Resolution 2334 had been issued. Forty percent of these settlement units were constructed deep inside the West Bank. (...) During weekly demonstrations and night-time protests against settlers, the Israeli occupying forces killed six Palestinians and injured more than 700 others. Forty five Palestinians, including wounded persons, were also arrested.
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LETTER DATED 19 JULY 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Adoption of the report of the forty-eighth ministerial meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 C. (...) The assessment meeting should be held before the forty-ninth meeting of the Committee, to be held in Luanda, Angola. (...) The political and security situation in Central Africa has remained generally stable since the forty-seventh ministerial meeting, held in N’Djamena, Chad in December 2018.
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PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL SUBMITTED BY THE FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
Each Party producing one or more of these substances shall, for the same period, ensure that its calculated level of production of the substances does not exceed, annually, [fifty-five] per cent of the average of its calculated levels of consumption in [2004, 2005, and 2006] of Annex F, Group I plus Annex C, Group I substances. (...) Each Party shall ensure that for the twelve-month period commencing on 1 January [2023], and in each 12-month period thereafter, its calculated level of consumption of the controlled substances in Annex F does not exceed, annually, [forty-five] per cent of the average of its calculated levels of consumption in [2004, 2005, and 2006] of Annex F, Group I plus Annex C, Group I substances. Each Party producing one or more of these substances shall, for the same period, ensure that its calculated level of production of the substances does not exceed, annually, [forty-five] per cent of the average of its calculated levels of consumption in [2004, 2005, and 2006] of Annex F, Group I plus Annex C, Group I substances.
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CAPACITY-BUILDING UNDER THE CONVENTION. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
The Conference of the Parties (COP) decided to initiate the third comprehensive review of the implementation of the framework for capacity-building in developing countries as contained in the annex to decision 2/CP.7 (hereinafter referred to as the capacity-building framework) at the forty-second session of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) with a view to completing the review at COP 22 (November 2016).1 2. (...) FCCC/SBI/2015/L.15 6 GE.15-09492 Anexo II [Inglés únicamente] Draft decision -/CP.21 [The Conference of the Parties, [Recalling decisions 4/CP.12, 2/CP.17, 1/CP.16 and 1/CP.18,] Also recalling decision 2/CP.7 to conduct a comprehensive review of the implementation of the framework for capacity-building in developing countries (capacity- building framework) contained in the annex to this decision every five years and decision 13/CP.17 to initiate the third comprehensive review of the capacity-building framework at the forty-second session of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation with a view to completing the review at the twenty-second session of the Conference of the Parties, Emphasizing that capacity-building is important in enabling Parties to address the challenges of climate change, [Reaffirming that capacity-building [in developing countries] [in all countries] should be a continuous, progressive and iterative process that is [participatory] [cooperative], country-driven and consistent with national priorities and circumstances,] Acknowledging that capacity-building is cross-cutting in nature and an integral part of enhanced action on mitigation, adaptation and technology development and transfer, [Noting that the preparation of national communications, biennial reports, biennial update reports, intended nationally determined contributions, national adaptation programmes of action, national adaptation plans, nationally appropriate mitigation actions and a range of other activities have contributed to the development of individual level capacity within and across national institutions, [though in a fragmented manner,][in some countries,]] [Acknowledging that, in addition, there may be specific capacity-building activities that require support to facilitate the enhanced implementation of the Convention,] [Expressing the need to further enhance the implementation of capacity-building, including through strengthening relevant institutions, networks and support to meet the capacity requirements of developing countries,] [Emphasizing the need for a coordinated approach to address capacity-building needs for mitigation, adaptation, technology development and transfer and access to financial resources,] {this paragraph is subject to relocation} [Acknowledging that capacity-building unlike other bodies established under the Convention is not coordinated and has no mechanism to aggregate impacts in the overall implementation of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol,] Acknowledging that capacity-building is a challenge for all countries and that the sharing of experiences and best practices is essential to continued progress worldwide in addressing climate change, [Recognizing the important role that the Durban Forum for in-depth discussion on capacity-building (Durban Forum) plays in enhancing the monitoring and review of the effectiveness of capacity-building,] FCCC/SBI/2015/L.15 GE.15-09492 7 Also recognizing the success of the 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th meetings of the Durban Forum held during the thirty-eighth, fortieth and forty-second sessions of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation, Expressing its appreciation to Parties and representatives of intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations and the private sector for their active participation in the meetings of the Durban Forum and for the sharing of experiences and exchanging ideas, best practices and lessons learned regarding the implementation of capacity-building activities, [Recognizing the role of the Capacity-building Portal in providing information on capacity-building activities and support provided at the global, regional and country level, including identifying best practice approaches and potential gaps in the delivery of capacity-building,] Having considered the information contained in the documents prepared by the secretariat to facilitate deliberations at the Durban Forum and the summary reports on the 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th meetings of the Durban Forum, 1. (...) [Decides that the 5th meeting of the Durban Forum, to be held during the forty-fourth session of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (May 2016), will explore potential ways for enhancing capacity-building by sharing information and experiences on the following:] (a) Capacity-building needs and best practices emerging in the work of the institutions mentioned in paragraph 5 above; \ (b) The effectiveness of capacity-building interventions; (c) Promoting ownership and country-driven capacity-building; (d) Creating an enabling environment; (e) Mainstreaming climate change into national sectoral development policies; (f) Strengthening the leadership of governments to build capacity within their own country contexts; (g) Improving knowledge management; (h) Scaling up capacity built from individual, institutional to systemic levels; FCCC/SBI/2015/L.15 8 GE.15-09492 (i) Ensuring sustainability and maintenance of capacity built; (j) Maintaining institutional memory of capacity; (k) Managing results of capacity-building; (l) Ensuring accountability; 7.
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NATIONAL RESEARCH ON SPACE DEBRIS, SAFETY OF NUCLEAR-POWERED SATELLITES AND PROBLEMS OF COLLISIONS OF NUCLEAR-POWERED SOURCES WITH SPACE DEBRIS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Bendisch and others, “The consideration of non-fragmentation debris in the1 MASTER Model”, paper presented at the forty-ninth Congress of the International Academy of Astronautics, held in Melbourne, Australia, in 1998 (IAA.6.3.04). (...) Wiedemann and others, “Debris modelling of liquid metal droplets released by2 RORSATs”, paper presented at the forty-ninth Congress of the International Academy of Astronautics, held in Melbourne, Australia, in 1998 (IAA.6.3.03). (...) Leushacke, “Mid-size space debris measurements with the TIRA system”,9 Proceedings of the Forty-eighth International Astronautical Congress, Turin, 1997.
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE SUB-COMMISSION ON PREVENTION OF DISCRIMINATION AND PROTECTION OF MINORITIES : NOTE
LUCY GWANMESIA (Expert) (Nominated by the Government of Cameroon) NAME: GWANMESIA née DOH Lucy DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: 26 November 1941 at Buea (Cameroon) NATIONALITY: Cameroonian MARITAL STATUS: Married with five children EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: 1961 - G.C.E. (...) Can speak Bali (maternal language) and the Yoruba language of south-western Nigeria PARTICIPATION AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS: 1977 - Conference on Labour Law for French-Speaking Magistrates, International Labour Organization, Headquarters, Geneva E/CN.4/1998/108 página 8 1987 - Five month international course in international law and legal drafting, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, Manchester, Oxford, Amsterdam and the Hague 1990 - (January to February) International Visitors Programme on the Criminal Justice System in the United States of America, in six States Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law (August) Head of the Cameroonian delegation for presentation of Cameroon's report before the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, Geneva 1991 - (November) Member of Cameroon's delegation for presentation of Cameroons report before the United Nations Committee against Torture, Geneva 1992 - (July and August) Course participant on Human Rights, Geneva and Strasburg (September) Member of Cameroon's delegation to the electoral session at New York, being Cameroon's candidate for the Human Rights Committee 1993 - (June) Member of Cameroon's delegation to Vienna on the World Conference on Human Rights (Member of the Drafting Committee) 1994 - (February) Head of Cameroon's delegation to the session of the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations Participant at seminar on managing the protection of human rights held at Abuja (18 February-4 March) Participant at seminar “Cameroon Democracy and Human Rights” held at Mbalmayo (Cameroon) (14-18 March) (August) Forty-sixth session of the Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities 1995 - Attended the forty-seventh session of the Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities in Geneva (31 July-25 August) 1996 - Attended the forty-eighth session of the Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities (5-30 August). (...) Human Rights, the OAU Convention and the Refugee crisis in Africa Forty Years after Geneva, 3/3 International Journal of Refugee Law, 1991 30.
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LETTER DATED 31 JANUARY 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CHAD TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Adoption of the report of the forty-seventh ministerial meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 III. (...) He welcomed the efforts made by the members of the Committee since the forty-fifth meeting, held in Kigali, with regard to security sector reform and promotion of disarmament, and hoped that the recommendations adopted at the forty-seventh meeting would include a call for concrete confidence-building measures, in particular regarding mercenary activity, as well as the implementation of Security Council resolution 1325 (2000). (...) Adoption of the report of the forty-seventh ministerial meeting. D. Review of the geopolitical and security situation in Central Africa 20.
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LETTER DATED 26 JANUARY 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESI
Progress achieved within the current reporting period by the Syrian Arab Republic in fulfilling other obligations is described below: (a) Progress continues to be made with respect to the destruction and verification of the 12 chemical weapons production facilities (CWPFs) (seven aircraft hangars and five underground structures) in the Syrian Arab Republic as per Council decision EC M 43/DEC.1 (dated 24 July 2014). Destruction operations started on 24 December 2014 and are currently ongoing at two of the five underground structures; all auxiliary buildings have been destroyed at both sites, and the construction of the interior plug and the filling of the tunnel with gravel and sand have been completed at the first site. (...) As stipulated by the Council at its Seventy-Sixth Session (paragraph 6.17 of EC-76/6, dated 11 July 2014), the Secretariat and the Syrian authorities cont inue to cooperate on outstanding issues regarding the Syrian declaration. At the Forty- Eighth Meeting of the Council, the Secretariat issued the “Second Status Report on the Activities of the Declaration Assessment Team” (DAT) (EC M -48/P/S/1, dated 14 January 2015), which was noted by the Council, and gave a follow-up presentation for States Parties on the activities of the DAT.
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LETTER DATED 23 OCTOBER 2017 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MYANMAR TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
On para 58: Mingalar Taung Nyunt incident In relation to the Mingalar Taung Nyut Township case, five out of seven Buddhist extremists who involved in the incident has been arrested and filed under case 1/2017 of non-cognizable offence for their attempt to commit a crime with the aim of disturbing the stability of the State by spreading hatred and incitement. (...) In cooperation with INGOs and NGOs, vital primary healthcare services are being provided. Forty mobile health clinics are operating in 208 temporary camps and villages in 12 townships in southern and northern parts of Rakhine including Buthidaung and Maungdaw. (...) Unfortunately, one of the boys, Mummad Rawphi was hospitalized twice in January at Buthidaung Hospital for stomach inflammation and he later died. The remaining five boys are being tried in a Juvenile court in a transparent manner and in line with obligations under Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).
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