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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 NETWORK OF AFRICAN NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
d) NHRIs and States should integrate these conflict resolution tools into plans, strategies and mechanisms for the peaceful and negotiated resolution of conflict. These strategies should include elements of truth and reconciliation processes and the role that NHRIs should play in this respect. (...) A/HRC/13/NI/10 GE.10-11357 5 Annex Rabat Declaration Seventh Conference of African National Human Rights Institutions Rabat, 3-5 November 2009 Rabat Declaration Participants at the Seventh Conference of African National Human Rights Institutions, convening in Rabat, Morocco, from 3 to 5 November 2009 under the theme: "Peace and Justice: Role of National Human Rights Institutions", under the auspices of the Advisory Council for Human Rights of Morocco in cooperation with the Network of African National Human Rights Institutions and with the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), and the Commonwealth Secretariat, Acknowledging with appreciation the welcome and hospitality of the Government and people of Morocco in the hosting the Seventh Conference, Expressing their warm gratitude to the Advisory Council for Human Rights of Morocco for its notable organization and hosting of the Conference, Expressing their appreciation for the presence at the Conference of the Registrar of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, OHCHR, and the Chair of the International Coordinating Committee of National Human Rights Institutions, Noting with gratitude the continued support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) towards the strengthening of the Permanent Secretariat of the Network, and welcoming the assistance given by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights in hosting it, Reaffirming their commitment to the Kigali Declaration of 10 October 2007 and its attachment to the values enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the United Nations Declaration on the Right of Peoples to Peace (1984), the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance (2007), and various other international instruments concerning human rights to which their States have subscribed and ratified, Recalling the need for all the African national human rights institutions to function independently and in full conformity with the Paris Principles as adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution 48/134 of 20 December 1993, Recalling also that the effective promotion of and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms require that States ratify United Nations instruments concerning human rights, reinforce them and forward periodically, in conformity with these instruments, reports to the respective monitoring committees, Noting that the Nairobi Declaration on the role of NHRIs in the Administration of Justice adopted by NHRIs in 2008 underlined the crucial role of NHRIs in relation to access to justice, the judiciary, law enforcement and correctional and detention facilities as part of their contribution to a peaceful and human rights respectful society, Convinced that justice, peace and democracy are mutually reinforcing imperatives and that accountability is an important aspect for preventing future violations, A/HRC/13/NI/10 6 GE.10-11357 Concerned by the recurrence of armed conflict in many African countries, and the crackdowns on democracy resulting from the lack of accountability and existence of impunity which further represent threats against peace, Recognizing the need for comprehensive approach when addressing the legacy of large scale abuses, comprising of investigations and prosecutions, truth-seeking processes, reparations programs, and vetting processes; and that any such combination must be in conformity with international legal standards and obligations, and take into account national context; Recognizing the important role NHRIs, especially those in line with the Paris Principles, have been playing in transitional justice processes, in order to ensure accountability, serve justice and achieve reconciliation, and considering that this role could be further strengthened, Recognizing the need to address the root-causes of conflict, and to ensure the protection and fulfilment of all rights, including economic, social and cultural rights, Recognizing the need to promote political and economic good governance as the basis of a peaceful democratic society, Aware of all the above issues concerning human rights, 1.
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METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES : REVIEW OF METHODOLOGICAL WORK UNDER THE CONVENTION AND THE KYOTO PROTOCOL : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Assessment of costs and benefits of climate change strategies. Compilation of cost estimates and underlying assumptions. (...) (b) Development of options for the development, hosting and management of a data interface to improve access to data by Parties. (...) (c) Development, hosting and management of a data interface. Initial phase would cover a limited range of data.
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : INFORMATION / PRESENTED BY THE ASIA PACIFIC FORUM OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
If an ’A-status’ institution, adopt the practice of hosting a UPR-specific parallel event or briefing at the HRC plenary session at which the UPR report is discussed. 23. (...) Encourage its Government to use UPR outcomes to inform the development of national strategies, policies and priorities, including a National Human Rights Action Plan. 27. Where appropriate, assist its Government to develop concrete, targeted, and time- bound strategies to implement and achieve UPR outcomes. 28.
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ARRANGEMENTS TO MAKE THE CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY CENTRE AND NETWORK FULLY OPERATIONAL : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Notes with appreciation the completion of the selection process for the host of the Climate Technology Centre, which had the support of the evaluation panel nominated by the Technology Executive Committee from within its membership, the Subsidiary Body for Implementation and the secretariat and involved the valuable participation of the nine proponents that responded to the call for proposals for hosting the Climate Technology Centre; 2. (...) The purpose of this MOU is to stipulate the terms of the relationship between the COP and UNEP with respect to the hosting of the CTC in UNEP in accordance with decision X/CP.18. (...) In taking decisions that would affect the hosting of the CTC in UNEP, the COP shall take into consideration any views and information provided by UNEP.
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LETTER DATED 28 AUGUST 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Encourages Member States to develop strategies and measures to increase the deployment of uniformed women to peacekeeping operations, including by: (a) Disseminating information about and providing access to deployment opportunities for women personnel, including for senior positions; (b) Providing access to training for uniformed women personnel, and ensuring that trained uniformed women are deployed for peacekeeping operations; (c) Developing a national database of trained women personnel interested in and available for nomination and deployment; S/2020/851 20-11256 5/6 (d) Identifying and addressing barriers in the recruitment, deployment, and promotion of uniformed women peacekeepers; (e) Considering ways, as appropriate, to increase the participation of women in national militaries and police; (f) Supporting the capacities of regional organisations in training uniformed women; (g) Taking measures to provide support and incentives including childcare and other relevant needs; 3. Calls on the Secretary-General to continue to implement the System-Wide Strategy on Gender Parity and Uniformed Gender Parity Strategy 2018–2028, and to continue to monitor and evaluate progress and challenges in meeting the targets, taking into account the views, best practices, and lesson learned from Member States, particularly Troop- and Police-Contributing Countries as well as countries hosting peacekeeping operations, and further calls on all Member States to continue to support the strategies, including by increasing the number and participation of uniformed women personnel in peacekeeping operations; 4.
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LETTER DATED 17 MAY 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In this regard, we encourage the development of policies, programmes and national strategies and combat trafficking in persons. 21. (...) Hence, we urge the developed countries to fulfil their commitments of providing finance, transfer of appropriate technology and capacity building to developing countries. 32. We welcome the hosting of the Founding Conference of the International Solar Alliance in New Delhi on 11 March 2018. (...) We welcome the nomination of Baku, the capital city of the Republic of Azerbaijan, for hosting the World Expo 2025, with its major theme — “Developing Human Capital: Building a Better Future: and three sub-themes (“Talent — The future of Education”, “Vitality — The future of health”, and “Achievement — The future of work”), laying emphasis on the human factor and aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations agreed by the world leaders in 2015, and wish every success to Azerbaijan in its campaign for the World Expo 2025 in Baku as the only member of NAM. 34.
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ICCD/COP(9)/MISC.
The document contains an introduction followed by the background, the mission statement, the institutional arrangements, the hosting arrangements, the short/medium-term result-based management framework, the staffing requirements, the financial resources required and ending with the conclusion and summary of recommendations. (...) At the request of all the affected country Parties in Africa, the secretariat assisted the establishment of this facility by negotiating and concluding the institutional arrangements with the host organization and with the host country, including the Memorandum of Understanding that govern the functioning of the Africa RCU. 15. (...) The RCU moved the interim headquarters of the Host organization from Cotonou to Tunis just before the sixth session of the Conference of the Parties held in Havana, Cuba, in September 2003. 17.
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(CD-ROM and Internet hosting) Overseas Development Institute (ODI) – Forest, United Kingdom The rural energy crisis, women’s work and basic needs. (...) A case study from Orissa (CD-ROM and Internet hosting) Overseas Development Institute (ODI) – Forest, United Kingdom Capitalizing on the capacities of Afghan women: A woman’s role in Afghanistan’s reconstruction and development (CD-ROM and Internet hosting) CBAR Resource and Information Centre, Pakistan GB.286/19 GB286-19-2003-02-0311-3-ES.Doc 21 Globalizing Europe: Decent work in the information economy. (...) A game on maritime labour standards – CD-ROM (Intranet hosting) Maritime and Coast Guard Agency, United Kingdom Managing disability in the workplace.
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(CD-ROM and Internet hosting) Overseas Development Institute (ODI) – Forest, United Kingdom The rural energy crisis, women’s work and basic needs. (...) A case study from Orissa (CD-ROM and Internet hosting) Overseas Development Institute (ODI) – Forest, United Kingdom Capitalizing on the capacities of Afghan women: A woman’s role in Afghanistan’s reconstruction and development (CD-ROM and Internet hosting) CBAR Resource and Information Centre, Pakistan GB.286/19 GB286-19-2003-02-0311-3-ES.Doc 21 Globalizing Europe: Decent work in the information economy. (...) A game on maritime labour standards – CD-ROM (Intranet hosting) Maritime and Coast Guard Agency, United Kingdom Managing disability in the workplace.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/12/06 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Arab national institutions should contribute to the formulation of national strategies that include activities to raise awareness among the parties concerned of respect for the independence of the judiciary. 8. (...) Lastly, the participants in the seminar Express their gratitude to the Kingdom of Morocco and the Advisory Council for Human Rights for organizing and hosting the third seminar of national human rights institutions in the Arab region on the subject of the independence of the judiciary in the Arab region, and to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights for its support and cooperation; A/HRC/7/G/2 página 5 Commend Morocco for its experience in transitional justice and consider it a pioneer with regard to truth and reconciliation commissions; Agree to hold the fourth seminar on the subject of common challenges confronting national human rights institutions in the Arab region, the adoption of appropriate mechanisms to strengthen their capacities and independence, in keeping with the Paris Principles, and the opening of a debate on the Principles, and also welcome the invitation from the Algerian National Advisory Committee for the Advancement and Protection of Human Rights to hold the fourth seminar in the capital Algiers; Request the Advisory Council for Human Rights and the host State to transmit the recommendations of this seminar, as an official document, to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations.
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