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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN HONDURAS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The frequent rotation of prosecutors also weakens criminal investigations, as does the absence of a protocol on investigation common to the entire Office. A memorandum of understanding to strengthen information exchange and cooperation between OHCHR-Honduras and the Office of the Attorney General, including through the provision of technical assistance and training, is currently being negotiated. 18. (...) No progress has been made in relation to advancing the right to truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-repetition for the victims of gross human rights violations that occurred during the 1980s, with particular regard to the situation of 184 cases of enforced disappearance, including 25 women. The Office of the Special Prosecutor for Human Rights has reportedly dedicated resources to the investigation of such cases, but it has not responded to requests to provide OHCHR-Honduras with official information on progress and data. (...) Similar activities were carried out in Tegucigalpa, including with senior government authorities. 55.
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Ponctuation: 1060930.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/34/3/ADD.2&Lang=F
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ACTIVITIES OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN GUATEMALA : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
ACTIVITIES OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN GUATEMALA : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
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Ponctuation: 1060821.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/40/3/ADD.1&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 18 DECEMBER 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Calls for joint operations by the FARDC and MONUSCO, that include joint planning and tactical cooperation, in accordance with MONUSCO’s mandate and the United Nations Human Rights Due Diligence Policy (HRDDP), to ensure all efforts possible are being made to prevent, deter and stop armed groups and stresses the need to carry out all operations, joint or unilateral, in strict compliance with international law, including international humanitarian law and international human rights law, as applicable; 19. (...) Decides to extend until 20 December 2021 the mandate of MONUSCO in the DRC, including, on an exceptional basis and without creating a precedent o r any prejudice to the agreed principles of peacekeeping, its Intervention Brigade; 23. (...) Requests MONUSCO to ensure that any support provided to operations conducted by national security forces, including in the form of rations and fuel, should be only for joint operations, jointly planned and executed, and subject to appropriate oversight and scrutiny, in strict compliance with the United Nations HRDDP, including by the United Nations Country Team, failing which that support should be suspended; 29.
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Ponctuation: 1060544.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=S/2020/1253&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : ADDENDUM
Nations Unies A/HRC/19/21/Add.4 Assemblée générale Distr. générale 16 décembre 2011 Français Original: anglais A/HRC/19/21/Add.4 2 GE.11-17430 Annexe Report on the human rights situation and the activities of the Office of the High Commissioner, including technical cooperation, in Nepal Contents Paragraphs Page I. (...) To this end, it developed proactive collaboration with Nepal’s legal community and the judiciary on various issues, including public interest litigation. During 2011, OHCHR also strengthened its cooperation with the Office of the Attorney General. (...) OHCHR-Nepal continued to collaborate with the security forces in capacity-building activities, including supporting a reprint of the internal human rights booklet for the Police and conducting training for Nepal Army officers prior to their deployment to United Nations Peacekeeping Operations.
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Ponctuation: 1059705.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/19/21/ADD.4&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS ON HER VISIT TO EL SALVADOR
In just one week between 21 and 28 September 2017, 196 people were killed, including 3 police officers and 2 military personnel, equating to an average of 28 murders per day. (...) Nevertheless, key national bodies, including the Supreme Court, the Public Defenders’ Office and the Ombudsman’s Office, all expressed concerns about the extent of internal displacement. (...) The services that they provide include secure shelters for internally displaced persons, including families who have no Government-provided shelter options.
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Ponctuation: 1059510.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/38/39/ADD.1&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES ON ITS MISSION TO PERU
They met with government officials from the Office of the President of the Council of Ministers (including the Office of the Deputy Minister of Territorial Governance, the Office of the Secretary for Social Management and Dialogue, the Office of the Undersecretary for Dialogue and Sustainability and the Office of the Undersecretary for Prevention), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, the Ministry for Women and Vulnerable Groups, the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion, the Ministry of Culture, including its General Directorates of Intercultural Citizenship and of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Energy and Mining, the Ministry of Labour and the Promotion of Employment and the Ministry of the Economy and Finance. (...) Other observers, however, including regional officials, were of the view that most of the spills were caused by inadequate maintenance. Petroperú had been sanctioned 57 times for the damage to the environment and human health caused by its operations, including oil spills.22 45. The Working Group also learned about the adverse impact of the activities of the company Pluspetrol in the Amazonian rainforest, including in block 192 (previously known as 1AB) and block 8 in the Province of Iquitos.
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Ponctuation: 1057850.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/38/48/ADD.2&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY PERSONS WITH ALBINISM ON HER MISSION TO THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
She met with the Speaker of the National Assembly, the Attorney General, the Deputy Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister responsible for policy, parliamentary affairs and matters involving labour, employment, youth and persons with disabilities, the Chair of the Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance and representatives of the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender and Children, the Ministry of Constitutional Affairs and Justice, the Ministry of Finance and Planning, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, the President’s Office for Regional Administration and Local Government, the National Bureau of Statistics and the Tanzania Police Force, including community police. (...) The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act (2008) and its regulations adopted in July 2015 protect Tanzanians from any threat of violence and exploitation and seek to eliminate trafficking in persons, including for the purpose of organ removal. Article 3 of the Act states that “organs” include any part of the human body that can be removed and used to sustain life or for any purpose. (...) “Instruments of witchcraft” are defined broadly and would probably include anything generally believed to contain witchcraft potencies, including charms and medicines.
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Ponctuation: 1057718 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/37/57/ADD.1&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES AND LAWYERS ON HER MISSION TO SRI LANKA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Council also affirmed, in that regard, the importance of participation in a Sri Lankan judicial mechanism, including the special counsel’s office, of Commonwealth and other foreign judges, defence lawyers and authorized prosecutors and investigators. 7. (...) Chapter XV.A establishes the Judicial Service Commission, which is responsible for appointing, promoting, transferring and disciplining, including through dismissal, judicial officers (with the exclusion of judges of the superior courts and the High Court); transferring judges of the High Court; setting up rules concerning recruitment and training processes, the appointment, promotion and transfer of judicial officers and the training of judges of the High Court; and authorizing the inspection of any court of first instance. (...) All criminal investigations are conducted by members of the law enforcement forces, including police officers, who are also tasked with prosecuting individuals accused of crimes.
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Ponctuation: 1057096.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/35/31/ADD.1&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY, NAJAT MAALLA M'JID : ADDENDUM
Courts and specialized branches of the judiciary, the Offices of the Public Prosecutor and the Solicitor General, and the NCP have further been reinforced, including with separate sections for children, as has the social reintegration programme for such children. (...) The Anti-Human Trafficking Unit within the Organized Crime Division of the Public Prosecutor’s Office investigates crimes against public order, including trafficking in persons, and promotes the prosecution of such crimes. (...) With regard to tourism, the NCP has a unit to ensure the security of tourists, while INGUAT promotes sustainable tourism development through coordination among Government, civil society and the private sector, including CAMTUR. 63. Within the Ombudsman’s Office, the Office of the Defender of Children and Adolescents (Defensoría de la Niñez y de la Juventud) investigates complaints of alleged violations of children’s rights.
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Ponctuation: 1055515.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/22/54/ADD.1&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 29 JANUARY 2021 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Reaffirms all its relevant resolutions on Cyprus, in particular resolution 1251 (1999) and recalls the importance of achieving an enduring, comprehensive and just settlement based on a bicommunal, bizonal federation with political equality, as set out in relevant Security Council resolutions, including OP4 of its resolution 716 (1991); 2. (...) Recalls its resolution 2537 (2020) and calls upon the two leaders urgently to: (a) provide the necessary political support and overall guidance to free the Technical Committees from obstructions in their work and enable them to function effectively, and to empower them to submit proposals for their consideration to enhance intercommunal contacts and improve the daily lives of all Cypriots, and consider the advice of the Good Offices Mission of the Secretary-General regarding further ways to empower the Technical Committees and improve their performance; (b) engage the Technical Committees more actively to ensure effective coordination and cooperation on health matters, particularly in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other infectious diseases which have island-wide implications, including through the effective use of the expertise available in the bi - communal Technical Committees on Health, Crisis Management, Humanitarian Affairs and Economic Matters; (c) ensure effective coordination and cooperation on criminal matters; (d) promote peace education across the island, including by further empowering the Technical Committee on Education to implement the recommendations contained in its joint report of 2017, in particular those concerning policy-making, and to address impediments to peace in school materials, including text books, as a contribution to trust-building between the communities, on which there continues to be no progress; (e) improve the public atmosphere for negotiation to secure a settlement, including by preparing the communities for a settlement through public messages on the way ahead, and delivering more constructive and harmonised messages, including by more explicitly encouraging contact and cooperation between the communities and providing direct support to grassroots people-to-people initiatives, and by refraining S/2021/96 5/7 21-01224 from actions or rhetoric that detracts from a successful process or could make it more difficult to achieve; (f) increase their support to, and ensure a meaningful role for, civil society engagement in peace efforts, in particular strengthening the participation of women’s organisations and youth in the process, including by empowering the Technical Committee on Gender Equality to meet and develop an action plan supporting women’s full, equal, and meaningful participation in peace talks and providing direct support and encouragement to civil society organisations to enhance inter-communal contact and trust-building, and to support implementation of the recommendations of the gender sensitive socio economic impact assessment to address existing barriers and ensure a future peace agreement can more equally benefit men and women in Cyprus; 5. (...) Requests the Secretary-General to continue to take necessary measures to ensure full compliance of all UNFICYP personnel, civilian and uniformed, including mission leadership and mission support personnel, with the United Nations zero - tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse and to keep the Council fully informed about the Mission’s progress in this regard, including by reporting on the start, agreed deadlines, and outcomes of UNSCR 2272 reviews, stresses the need to prevent such exploitation and abuse and to improve how these allegations are addressed in line with its resolution 2272 (2016), and urges troop- and police- contributing countries to continue to take appropriate preventative action, including vetting of all personnel, pre-deployment and in-mission awareness training, and to take appropriate steps to ensure full accountability in cases of such conduct involving their personnel, including through timely investigations of allegations by troop - and police-contributing countries, and UNFICYP as appropriate, holding perpetrators to account, and repatriating units when there is credible evidence of widespread or systemic sexual exploitation and abuse by those units; 17.
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Ponctuation: 1055452.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/2021/96&Lang=F
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