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Ponctuation: 991415.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/2017/NGO/14&Lang=F
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SPECIAL SEGMENT
ICCD/COP(14)/L.9 14 GE.19-15606 Interactive dialogue 2: Healthy land – healthy people Chair H.E. (...) Participants discussed how healthy land is an essential part of our life support system. (...) Ambassador Howard Bamsey, Chair of the Steering Committee of the Global Water Partnership, said “We can’t have healthy land and healthy life without healthy water.”
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Ponctuation: 988703.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=ICCD/COP(14)/L.9&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH, DAINIUS PÅURAS
Malaysia has not extended a standing invitation to the special procedures of the Council although it has invited a number of independent experts to visit the country since 2007. 2 Data from the Economic Planning Unit of the Prime Minister’s Department. 3 Data from the Macroeconomics Section of the Economic Planning Unit. 4 The World Bank, Global Poverty Working Group, Rural poverty headcount ratio at national poverty lines (percentage of rural population). (...) The Government has set ambitious goals for the health system in its “Vision for Health”, in which it stated that “Malaysia is to be a nation of healthy individuals, families and communities through a health system that is equitable, affordable, efficient, technologically appropriate, environmentally adaptable and consumer-friendly”. 5 The health-care system consists of tax-funded and Government-run universal services and a 5 Ministry of Health Malaysia, “Strategic Plan (2006–2010)”, April 2008, p. 4.
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Ponctuation: 985983 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/29/33/ADD.1&Lang=F
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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
The housing sector in Peru for poor people, who constitute more than half of the population, is under intense pressure due to several factors, including diverse geographical features, long-standing neglect in the rural areas, and uncontrollable migration flow from rural to urban areas. (...) A good illustration of a multisectoral response to housing problems is the “Healthy Housing” project implemented by PAHO/WHO. In September 2002, the President of the Council of Ministers, the Minister of Health and the Director of PAHO jointly signed a declaration for the implementation of “Healthy housing for healthy persons and families” in Peru.
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Ponctuation: 980927.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=E/CN.4/2004/48/ADD.1&Lang=F
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/03/09 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
In this respect, major steps foreseen by the Circular, which are directly relevant to the recommendations of the Special Rapporteur are as follows: − establishment of a Standing Parliamentary Commission on gender equality, − introduction of a “Framework Equality Law” as a matter of urgency, − taking necessary legal and administrative measures for the effective implementation of the principle of equality before the law, enshrined in Article 10 of the Constitutiton, − taking necessary steps to overcome the economic inequality between men and women, − initiating a comprehensive review of the legislation, policies and practices with a view to identifying the those that may have negative impact on gender equality; endorsing positive discrimination for women as a State policy until gender equality is fully transformed into reality, − introducing necessary amendments to the Law on Political Parties to ensure active participation of women in political life, − endorsing and implementing positive discrimination in favor of women in employment sector, where necessary, − undertaking multi-faceted and cross-sectoral activities to promote public awareness on the Law on the Protection of the Family No. 4320; strengthening the protection regime envisaged by the Law with an effective monitoring of its implementation and rectifiying the deficiencies with possible amendments to the Law, where necessary, − rendering supportive services for women in order to enable them to complete their education and to carry out proffesional activities, − endorsing prevention of all forms of violence against women as a State policy; mainstreaming this policy into all segments of the administration; setting up a special fund from the budget for this purpose, − lifting any discriminatory legal provisions amounting to human rights violations against women, particularly in terms of their physical integrity, A/HRC/4/G/10 page 5 − training members of the judicial branch, pedagogists, psychologists and social service experts appointed to the Family and Juvenile Courts, particularly on gender issues; increasing the posts for such staff at these Courts, − providing support to women related activities of the Public Education Centers affiliated to the Municipalities and Ministry of National Education as well as of the Society Centers affiliated to Social Services and the Child Protection Agency (SHÇEK); encouraging these centers to conduct activities focusing on litteracy, human rights of women, gender equality and empowerment of women, in collaboration with releveant non-governmental organizations, − producing spot films on violence against women and broadcasting them in national, regional and local media within the framework of a nation wide “public awareness campaign”, − preparation and distribution of brochures and information materials on the prevention of violence against women, by the local administrations, − increasing public awareness activities of the Directorate for Religious Affairs relating to the prevention of violence against women, through publications, meetings, sermons and special events, − launching a campaign aimed at raising awareness and sensitivity on violence against women by public institutions and agencies in cooperation with civil society, − providing financial support to women residing in women shelters; setting up a “Women Support Fund” to contribute to and facilitate the economic empowerment of such women; allocating temporary residences from existing resources for women who leave the women shelters to begin a new life; adopting necessary legislative amendments to allow for in kind and cash support to women residing in shelters run by civil society organizations, − supporting the active participation of all the relevant stakeholders, including civil society, academia and women research institutes, in drafting laws on women’s issues, − establishing a “Committee for Monitoring Violence against Women” under the coordination of the General Directorate for the Status of Women, − establishing measures to eradicate violence against women relating to legal, institutional, educational and cultural spheres within the framework of a national action plan, from a gender sensitive perspective, − integrating gender sensitive policies into all State plans and programs; maintaining effective coordination among public institutions and agencies; setting up monitoring mechanisms for their implementation and operationalizing the existing mechanisms, − organizing a nation wide compulsory education on gender equality for the staff of public institutions and agencies, universities and private sector, A/HRC/4/G/10 page 6 − developing an “Action Plan on Violence against Women 2006-2010” under the coordination of State Ministry Responsible for Women, in cooperation with all public institutions and agencies, universities, civil society organizations, private sector and local administration; establishing a mechanism for monitoring the implementation of this Action Plan (...) − setting up a “service network model” for maintaining effective coordination of the activities on the prevention of violence against women, carried out by public institutions and agencies, women research institutes of the universities, civil society organizations and local administration, − increasing the budget allocation for the activities of SHÇEK; bringing the women shelters in line with European Union standards qualitatively and quantitatively, − reviewing the legislation governing women shelters with a view to improving their standards; setting up new women shelters and monitoring the conditions of the women shelters currently operating, − preparing guidelines on the procedures to be followed by the law enforcement agencies for victims of violence, − providing financial and logistic support to the activities of the civil society in establishing and operating women shelters as well as counselling/social centers for women, − preparing standard question forms by the relevant Ministries in order to compile data on recorded incidents of violence against women and of honour/customary killings; progressively forming a national data base by the Turkish Statistical Institute, − providing support to the relevant institutions in conducting researches on the root causes of violence against women and its societal implications and in implementing projects aimed at preventing violence against women, − identifying harmful customs, traditions and social attitudes that have significant implications on violence against women; preparing educational programs aimed at changing these behaviour and attitutes; planning a nation wide educational program on the prevention of domestic violence, anger management, healthy communication among individuals, − establishing primary and secondary boarding schools for girls in underdeveloped regions where traditional patriarchal practices are prevalent, − preparing educational programs targeting the transformation of mentality on violence against women to be implemented in military service, mosques, social centers and work places where men are mostly employed, − launching a nation wide information campaign to raise awareness among women on counselling and support centers rendering services and care for victims of violence, A/HRC/4/G/10 page 7 − integrating the issue of violence against women into the internal training programs of the health staff, judiciary, law enforcement agencies, teachers, social service experts, psychologist, child development experts and other relevant occupations (...) The seminars aim at providing guidance on healthy family relations and communication under various topics.
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Ponctuation: 976935.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/HRC/4/G/10&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS, MARGARET SEKAGGYA : ADDENDUM
At this time, the political situation was marked by significant, large-scale and occasionally violent pro-democracy protests that opposed the country’s long-standing authoritarian rule. As a result of these protests, the authoritarian establishment saw its position weakened, and this was seized on by opposition leaders demanding democratic reforms. (...) NHRCK is composed of 11 Commissioners, which include the Chairperson, 3 Standing Commissioners and 7 Non-standing Commissioners. (...) Free and independent media is an indicator of a healthy and open democracy as it encourages constructive criticism, critical thinking and thorough analysis of public affairs, often regarding the exercise of basic rights and freedoms. 66.
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Ponctuation: 969644.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/25/55/ADD.1&Lang=F
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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 NORWEGIAN CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Email: malcolm.langford@nchr.uio.no. 1 As set out in Section 3, we define sanitation as access to, and use of, excreta and wastewater facilities and services that ensure privacy and dignity, ensuring a clean and healthy living environment for all. 2 These question were raised for example some years earlier with the right to water: see S. (...) What are those systemic obstacles that are standing in the way of people’s ability to access opportunity and improve their own lives? (...) The question is often framed as whether the right to water or a right to sanitation should be recognised as ‘independent’ or ‘free-standing’ right.34 This can imply that a human rights treaty body or the Human Rights Council is faced with the question of creating a new human right.
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Ponctuation: 969644.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/12/NI/7&Lang=F
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GE.12-22886 (F)
«Synthesis of member State responses to the questionnaire on a possible legally binding instrument on affordable, healthy and ecological housing» (Synthèse des réponses des États membres au questionnaire sur un éventuel instrument juridiquement contraignant relatif à un logement abordable, sain et écologique) (Note d’information 1)3. (...) • Updated synthesis document compiling all the replies received to the questionnaire on a possible legally binding instrument on affordable, healthy and ecological housing in the UNECE region, including the issues identified by participants in the first Working Group meeting to be included in a possible legal agreement (...) • Background paper on Principles and Goals for Affordable, Healthy, and Ecological Housing, which was prepared for consideration by the UNECE member States at the seventy-first session of the Committee (ECE/HBP/2010/6).
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Ponctuation: 962168.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=ECE/HBP/2012/2&Lang=F
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INFO. BY SCOTTISH HR COMMISSION
Nations Unies A/HRC/25/NI/13 Assemblée générale Distr. générale 27 février 2014 Français Original: anglais A/HRC/25/NI/13 2 GE.14-11511 Annexe [Anglais seulement] Information presented by the Scottish Human Rights Commission on the Report of the Independent Expert on the issue of human rights obligations relating to the enjoyment of a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment Mr. President, Distinguished delegates, The Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) notes with appreciation the report of the Independent Expert on the issue of human rights obligations relating to the enjoyment of a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment.
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Ponctuation: 957745.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/HRC/25/NI/13&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 2006/09/18 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF LIECHTENSTEIN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
In connection with the proposed unified standing treaty body, reference was made to the system of the International Labour Organization (ILO), which provided for a single body of a non-standing nature to handle States’ reports, one that was able to process some 2000 reports per year. (...) Those who saw potential future merit in the proposal to create a unified standing treaty body favoured further discussion of the proposal. (...) It was questioned how a unified standing treaty body, if established, would address the issue of specificity.
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Ponctuation: 952253.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/2/G/5&Lang=F
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