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GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE PROPOSAL BY THE PRESIDENT. DRAFT DECISION -/CP.25. ENHANCED LIMA WORK PROGRAMME ON GENDER AND ITS GENDER ACTION PLAN
G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 5 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Table 1 Priority area A: capacity-building, knowledge management and communication Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation A.1 Strengthen capacity-building efforts for governments and other stakeholders in mainstreaming gender in formulating, monitoring, implementing and reviewing, as appropriate, national climate change policies, plans, strategies and action, including nationally determined contributions, national adaptation plans and national communications Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Implementation of capacity- building for developing gender-responsive climate change policy Regional, national A.2 Discuss and clarify the role and the work of the national gender and climate change focal points, including through providing capacity-building, tools and resources, sharing experience and best practices, workshops, knowledge exchange, peer-to-peer learning, mentoring and coaching Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations, Parties SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop Recommendations on the role of the national gender and climate change focal point International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Provision of capacity-building opportunities, tools and resources Regional, national A.3 Enhance capacity-building for governments and other relevant stakeholders to collect, analyse and apply sex-disaggregated data and gender analysis in the context of climate change, where applicable Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Promotion of tools, guidelines and training Regional, national, local A.4 Strengthen the evidence base and understanding of the differentiated impacts of climate change on men and women and the role of women as agents of change and on opportunities for women Parties, relevant organizations, the research community SB 54 (2021) Submissions on: - Dimensions and examples of the gender- differentiated impacts of climate change - The role of women as agents of change - Opportunities for women International, regional, national 6 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation Secretariat By SB 56 (2022) Synthesis report on the submissions International Invite Parties, relevant organizations, the research community and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to participate in an event to present relevant information upon publication of the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change By COP 28 (2022) SBI–SBSTA special event International, regional, national A.5 Promote the use of social media, web resources and innovative communication tools to effectively communicate to the public, in particular reaching out to women, on the implementation of the Lima work programme on gender and its gender action plan and on gender equality Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Effective communication through social media, web resources and innovative communication tools International, regional, national Table 2 Priority area B: gender balance, participation and women’s leadership Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.1 Promote initiatives for capacity-building in leadership, negotiation and facilitation of negotiation for women delegates, including through webinars and in-session training to enhance women’s participation in the UNFCCC process Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, capacity-building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national B.2 Promote travel funds as a means of supporting the equal participation of women in all national delegations at UNFCCC sessions, as well as funds to support the participation of grass-roots local and indigenous peoples’ communities from developing countries, the least developed countries and small island developing States and encourage Parties and relevant organizations to share information on travel funding Leading: Parties Contributing: relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Mobilization of travel funds to increase women’s participation in the UNFCCC process International, regional, national G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 7 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.3 Invite the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group to collaborate and co-host a dialogue to discuss advancing the leadership and highlighting the solutions of local communities and indigenous women and ways of enhancing their effective participation in climate policy and action, to the extent that it is consistent with the workplan of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group and within existing resources Invite to collaborate: Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group, secretariat Contributing: Parties, relevant organizations SB 57 (2022) Dialogue International, regional Secretariat SB 58 (2023) Dialogue report International Table 3 Priority area C: coherence Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation C.1 Ensure that members of constituted bodies are introduced to gender-related mandates and to the relevance of gender in the context of their work in a consistent and systematic manner Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) All new members of constituted bodies are introduced to the importance of gender-responsiveness International C.2 Facilitate the exchange of views and best practices of the Chairs of constituted bodies on how to strengthen the integration of the gender perspective into their work, taking into account the synthesis reports on progress in integrating a gender perspective into constituted body processes referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat SB 56 (2022) Selection of topics for dialogue International Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations SB 56 (2022) Compilation of good practices for integrating gender into the work of the constituted bodies International 8 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat SB 58 (2023) Dialogue International Secretariat SB 59 (2023) Dialogue report International C.3 Strengthen coordination between the work on gender considerations of the subsidiary bodies under the Convention and the Paris Agreement and other relevant United Nations entities and processes, in particular the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as applicable Leading: secretariat Contributing: Parties, constituted bodies, relevant organizations COPs sessions from COP 26 (2020) In-session dialogue on Gender Day focused on one thematic area relevant to the Convention and the Paris Agreement to promote coherence reflecting multidimensional factors International Table 4 Priority area D: gender-responsive implementation and means of implementation Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation D.1 Share experience and support capacity-building on gender budgeting, including on the integration of gender-responsive budgeting into national budgets to advance gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Parties, secretariat, relevant organizations 31 July 2022 Submissions International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties, national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat, relevant national finance and budgeting entities, any other relevant entity 2022 Expert group meeting International, regional, national Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations COP 28 (2022) Gender Day theme International D.2 Raise awareness of the financial and technical support available for promoting the strengthening of gender integration into climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, including good practices to Leading: secretariat, Parties Contributing: Adaptation Fund, Global Environment Facility, Green Climate Fund, private Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Webinars, communication materials, in-session workshops International, regional, national G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 9 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation facilitate access to climate finance for grass-roots women’s organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities sector, philanthropic financial institutions, other relevant organizations D.3 Promote the deployment of gender-responsive technological solutions to address climate change, including strengthening, protecting and preserving local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in different sectors and for improving climate resilience, and by fostering women’s and girls’ full participation and leadership in science, technology, research and development Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, capacity- building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national D.4 Support the collection and consolidation of information and expertise on gender and climate change in sectors and thematic areas as well as identifying experts on gender and climate change, as needed, and enhance knowledge platforms on gender and climate change Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Knowledge and expertise platforms on gender and climate change International, regional, national D.5 Engage women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in the process of developing, implementing and updating climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, at all levels Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Engagement of women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in developing and implementing climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate National Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Peer-to-peer exchange on country experience and needs Regional Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Open call for submissions to share experience International, national D.6 Exchange information on lessons learned among Parties that have integrated gender into national Parties, relevant organizations 31 March 2020 Submissions on lessons learned International, national 1 0 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate (e.g. information on results, impacts and main challenges), and on the actions that Parties are taking to mainstream gender in any updates thereto, as appropriate Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop on lessons learned and actions taken in any updates International Secretariat SB 53 (2020) Informal workshop report International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, dialogues, training expert meetings Regional, national D.7 Enhance the availability of sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis, taking into consideration multidimensional factors, to better inform gender- responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Leading: relevant organizations, Parties Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Management and availability of sex- disaggregated data for gender analysis in national systems, as appropriate National Table 5 Priority area E: monitoring and reporting Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation E.1 Strengthen the monitoring and reporting on women in leadership positions within the UNFCCC process in the context of the gender composition report referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision and including through case studies Secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Inclusion of additional information in gender composition report International E.2 Monitor and report on the implementation of gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, reported by Parties in regular reports and communications under the UNFCCC process Secretariat COP 28 (2022) COP 30 (2024) Compilation and synthesis report International
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得分: 990220.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=FCCC/CP/2019/L.3&Lang=C
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GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR. RECOMMENDATION OF THE SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR IMPLEMENTATION
F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 6 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 Table 1 Priority area A: capacity-building, knowledge management and communication Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation [A.1 Strengthen capacity-building efforts for governments and other stakeholders in mainstreaming gender in formulating, monitoring, implementing and reviewing, as appropriate, national climate change policies, plans, strategies and action, including nationally determined contributions, national adaptation plans and national communications Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) [Implementation of capacity-building for developing gender-responsive climate change policy] Regional, national] [A.2 [Define the role and] [Discuss further the need to define and enhance [the role and] the work of national gender and climate change focal points, [including] through providing capacity-building, tools and resources, sharing experiences and best practices, workshops, knowledge exchange, peer- to-peer learning, mentoring and coaching Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations SB 52 (2020) [In-session workshop on [support and enhancement of] [the role and] the work of national gender and climate change focal points[, including [considering further the need to define, discuss and clarify their role] [for clarity [discussion] of their role] Informal workshop report] International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 Provision of capacity-building opportunities, tools and resources Regional, national] A.3 Enhance capacity-building for governments Leading: relevant organizations Ongoing Promotion of tools, guidelines and training Regional, F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 7 and other relevant stakeholders to collect, analyse and apply sex-disaggregated data and gender analysis in the context of climate change, where applicable Contributing: Parties to COP 30 national, local A.4 Strengthen the evidence base and understanding of the differentiated impacts of climate change on men and women and the role of women as agents of change and on opportunities for women Parties, relevant organizations, the research community SB 54 (2021) Submissions on: - Dimensions and examples of the gender- differentiated impacts of climate change - The role of women as agents of change - Opportunities for women International, regional, national Secretariat By SB 56 (2022) Synthesis report of the submissions International Parties, relevant organizations, research community, [upon publication of the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] By COP 28 (2022) SBI–SBSTA Special Event on Women in Science and Research (in-session event) International, regional, national A.5 Promote the use of social media, web resources and innovative communication tools to effectively communicate to the public, in particular reaching out to women, on the implementation of the Lima work programme on gender and its gender action plan and on gender equality Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 Effective communication through social media, web resources and innovative communication tools International, regional, national Table 2 Priority area B: gender balance, participation and women’s leadership F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 8 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.1 Promote initiatives for capacity-building in leadership, negotiation and facilitation of negotiation for women delegates, including through webinars and in-session training to enhance women’s participation in the UNFCCC process Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, capacity- building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national B.2 Promote travel funds as a means of supporting the equal participation of women in all national delegations at UNFCCC sessions, as well as funds to support the participation of grass-roots local and indigenous peoples’ communities from developing countries, the least developed countries and small island developing States and encourage Parties and relevant organizations to share information on travel funding Leading: Parties Contributing: relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 Mobilization of travel funds to increase women’s participation in the UNFCCC process International, regional, national B.3 Invite the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group to collaborate and co-host a dialogue to discuss advancing the leadership and highlighting the solutions of local communities and indigenous women and ways of enhancing their effective participation in climate policy and action, to the extent that it is consistent with the workplan of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group’s and within existing resources Invite to collaborate: Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group, secretariat Contributing: Parties, relevant organizations SB 57 (2022) SB 58 (2023) Dialogue Dialogue report International, regional F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 9 Table 3 Priority area C: coherence Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation C.1 Ensure that members of constituted bodies are introduced to gender-related mandates and to the relevance of gender in the context of their work in a consistent and systematic manner Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) All new members of constituted bodies are introduced to the importance of gender- responsiveness International C.2 Facilitate the exchange of views and best practices of the Chairs of constituted bodies on how to strengthen the integration of the gender perspective into their work, taking into account the synthesis reports on progress in integrating a gender perspective into constituted body processes referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat SB 56 (2022) Selection of topics for dialogue International Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations SB 56 Compilation of good practices for integrating gender into the work of the constituted bodies International Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat. SB 58 (2023) Dialogue Dialogue report International C.3 Strengthen coordination between the work on gender considerations of the subsidiary bodies under the Convention and Paris Agreement and other relevant United Nations entities and processes, in particular the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as applicable Leading: secretariat Contributing: Parties, constituted bodies, relevant organizations COPs from COP 26 (2020) In-session dialogue on Gender Day focused on one thematic area relevant to the Convention and Paris Agreement to promote coherence reflecting multidimensional factors International F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 1 0 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 Table 4 Priority area D: gender-responsive implementation and means of implementation Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation D.1 Share experience and support capacity-building on gender budgeting, including on the integration of gender-responsive budgeting into national budgets to advance gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Parties, secretariat, relevant organizations 31 July 2022 Submissions International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties, national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat, relevant national finance and budgeting entities, any other relevant entity 2022 Expert group meeting Gender Day theme (COP date to be confirmed when reviewing timeline) International, regional, national [D.2 [Facilitate access to climate financing [including,] [by] raising][Raise] awareness of the financial and technical support available for, and promote the strengthening of gender integration into climate [policies, plans, strategies and action,] as appropriate, including [good practices to facilitate direct access] to climate finance for grass-roots women’s organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities] [Raise awareness of the financial and technical support available for, and promote the strengthening of, gender integration into climate [policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate,] including facilitating connections between climate finance and grass-roots women’s organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities] Leading: secretariat [Parties] Contributing: [Adaptation Fund, Global Environment Facility, Green Climate Fund, private sector, philanthropic financial institutions][, other relevant organizations] Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Webinars, communication materials, [in-session workshops, and capacity building] International, regional, national] F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 1 1 D.3 Promote the deployment of gender-responsive technological solutions to address climate change, including strengthening, protecting and preserving local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in different sectors and for improving climate resilience, and by fostering women’s and girls’ full participation and leadership in science, technology, research and development Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 Workshops, capacity-building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national D.4 Support the collection and consolidation of information and expertise on gender and climate change in sectors and thematic areas as well as identifying experts on gender and climate change, as needed, and enhance [current] knowledge platforms on gender and climate change Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 Knowledge and expertise platforms on gender and climate change International, regional, national D.5 Engage women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in the process of developing, implementing and updating climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, at all levels Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 Engagement of women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in developing and implementing climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate National Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 Peer-to-peer exchange on country experience and needs Regional Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 Open call for submissions to share experience International, national D.6 Exchange information on lessons learned among Parties that have integrated gender into national climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate (e.g. information on results, impacts and main challenges), and on the actions that Parties are taking to mainstream gender in any updates thereto, Parties, relevant organizations 31 March 2020 Submissions on lessons learned International, national Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop on lessons learned and actions taken in any International F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 1 2 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 as appropriate and climate change focal points, relevant organizations updates Informal workshop report Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 Workshops, dialogues, training expert meetings Regional, national D.7 Enhance the availability of sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis, taking into consideration multidimensional factors, to better inform gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Leading: relevant organizations, Parties Ongoing to COP 30 Management and availability of sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis in national systems, as appropriate National Table 5 Priority area E: monitoring and reporting Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation E.1 Strengthen the monitoring and reporting on women in leadership positions within the UNFCCC process in the context of the gender composition report referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision and including through case studies Secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Inclusion of additional information in gender composition report International E.2 Monitor and report on the implementation of gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, reported by Parties in regular reports and communications under the UNFCCC process Secretariat COP 28 (2022) COP 30 Compilation and synthesis report International
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得分: 986402.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2019/L.31&Lang=C
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 14 SEPTEMBER 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF LEBANON TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Enemy soldiers continued levelling work on the dirt road leading to Tallat al-Sidanah using a trench digger and a backhoe. (...) Enemy soldiers continued levelling work on the dirt road leading to Tallat al-Sidanah using two trench diggers and a backhoe. (...) Enemy soldiers continued levelling work on the dirt road leading to Tallat al-Sidanah using two trench diggers, a backhoe and a JCB excavator.
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得分: 947910.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/341&Lang=C
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 26 OCTOBER 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF LEBANON TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
A/76/500 S/2021/929 21-16421 4/20 Date Time Nature of violation 0840 In the occupied Shabʻa Farms, in the area of Birkat al-Naqqar, enemy personnel completed levelling and cleaning the dirt road leading to Tallat al- Saddanah, and they used an excavator to split boulders. (...) Enemy personnel, escorted by soldiers who deployed in the area and took up combat positions, used three trench diggers to continue levelling the dirt road leading to the enemy’s Ruwaysat al-Alam position. (...) Enemy personnel, escorted by soldiers who deployed in the surrounding area and took up combat positions, used three trench diggers to continue levelling the dirt road leading to Tallat al-Saddanah and laid basecourse material in the trench next to the road.
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得分: 920382.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/500&Lang=C
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 15 SEPTEMBER 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF LEBANON TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Work ended at 1630 hours, but the construction vehicles remained on the road leading to Tallat al- Saddanah. The patrol left and headed towards the Ruwaysat al-Alam position, in occupied territory. (...) The enemy proceeded to continue levelling the dirt road leading to Tallat al-Saddanah. Then, the excavator was used to dig a trench approximately 50 m long and 1 m deep. (...) The enemy used a trench excavator and two bulldozers to continue levelling the dirt road leading to Tallat al- Saddanah. Then, the excavator was used to dig a trench approximately 40 m long and 1 m deep.
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得分: 893712.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/342&Lang=C
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN PALESTINE AND OTHER OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE STATE OF PALESTINE: INDEPENDENT COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The deal, if implemented, will have negative ramifications on the Palestinian right to self- determination and principles of international law, consequently leading to more persecution and violations to the Palestinian human rights. (...) Annexation will besiege Jerusalem with settlement blocks and the West Bank with the racial annexation and expansion wall, to the West, as well as the Israeli occupation’s practical control over the Jordan Valley, to the east, consequently, leading to tightening control over whatever remains of the land. 10. Annexation, if actually carried out, will deal a strong blow to the international community, international legitimacy resolutions, international law rules and human rights principles, leading to undermining the state of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territory. 11.
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得分: 867490.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/44/NI/3&Lang=C
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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 EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF GREAT BRITAIN ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Causes of trafficking including (i) abuse of the social vulnerability10 and poverty of victims; (ii) demand for sexual exploitation and cheap labour11; (iii) profitability of trafficking12for organised crime13 (iv) gender inequality14, and (v) migration15 8 Article 3(a) of the Trafficking Protocol and Article 4(a) of the CoE Convention both define exploitation as but don’t limit it to the named purposes. 9 The Commission recommends ‘Indicators of Trafficking for Exploitation’, published in 2009 jointly by the European Commission and the International Labour Organisation, which sets out a range of control techniques employed in trafficking cross referencing them to the main means of exploitation, namely coercion, deception and abuse of vulnerability. 10 This importance of the concept of vulnerability is reflected, amongst other things, by its centrality of as a means of exploitation as reflected in the Trafficking Protocol, the CoE Convention, the UN Principles, and in the European Commission’s proposals in 2009 and 2010 for a new European Union Framework Decision 11 Demand for the services, products and goods that foster all forms of exploitation leading to, amongst other things, people trafficking, is cited in the main current and proposed international legal instruments as perhaps the main cause of human trafficking itself. 12 The relatively high profits involved in human trafficking is increasingly being recognised itself as a significant cause of the phenomenon as reflected in the European Commission in their proposals of March 2009 and March 2010 for a new European Union Framework Decision against human trafficking. 13 This relationship is recognised (i) at the global level in that the Trafficking Protocol is to the UN’s Convention against Transnational Organised Crime, and through the International Labour Organisation’s estimate published in 2008 that annual profits from trafficking in human beings may be as high as $32 billion; (ii) at the regional level in being reflected in the European Union’s Framework Decision on combating trafficking in human beings and in the CoE Convention, and (iii) in Great Britain in the significant presence of organised crime in trafficking, evidenced in part by the finding that at least ten organised crime groups were in human trafficking in Scotland from the Scottish Serious Organised Crime Group’s mapping project in 2009. 14 Human trafficking is largely a gendered phenomenon in that women tend to be both especially vulnerable to traffickers and then actually account for the bulk of victims particularly in respect of trafficking for sexual exploitation; 15 It is well established that human trafficking involves movement of exploited persons not only within borders but across borders. (...) It may be helpful, however, if the Commission offers thoughts that relate to some of these in terms of Great Britain: • The UK Government’s ratification in December 2008 of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Being is welcome, especially as the Commission regards it as a leading international instrument; • The Commission welcomes the joint UK and Scottish Government action plans against human trafficking, and will through the Inquiry and other activity consider 16 A strategic approach is for the Commission essential to preventing and addressing human trafficking in light of the many policy issues that shape it at the global, national, State, and country levels. (...) The Commission thinks fulfilling this principle may challenge to some practice in areas including asylum, immigration, policing, prosecution, as well as elsewhere, but the Commission is confident meeting it will, ultimately, deliver good outcomes; such as when settling rather than deporting a victim prevents re-trafficking, or when getting police get the trust of victims to leading the evidence that enables prosecutors and courts to convict traffickers for trafficking offences. 18 Given the transnational character of much of the exploitation in human trafficking it is essential that those responsible for preventing and tackling human trafficking cooperate.
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得分: 863243.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/14/NI/8&Lang=C
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ELECTION TO FILL A VACANCY ON THE FINANCE COMMITTEE
Negotiations • SAARC Intergovernmental Framework Agreement for Energy (2011-2012) • Second and Third meetings of the UNIDROIT on committee of emerging markets issues follow-up and implementation established by the UNIDROIT Diplomatic Conference to adopt a convention on substantive rules regarding intermediated securities (2012-2013) • Fourth, fifth and sixth Bay of Bengal initiative for Multi -Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Member Countries (2011-2016) • UNCITRAL Working Group IV (Settlement of Disputes) (2014-2016) • Bilateral negotiations in areas including maritime boundaries; transfer of sentenced persons; trafficking, trade; social security; mutual legal assistance treaties in criminal matters and in civil and commercial matters; audiovisual; narcotics (2010-2017) • Annual sessions of the Asian African Legal Consultative Organization held in New Delhi ISBA/23/A/7 3/3 17-13366 (C) Member of Indian delegation • Twenty-seventh Meeting of States Parties to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982 (2017) • Fourth Preparatory Committee (PrepCom) on the elements of a draft text of an international legally binding instrument (ILBI) under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ) (2017) • Meetings of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea (2017) • United Nations Conference to Support the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development (Ocean Conference) (2017) Research and publication • “Sustainable Development on Environment”, leading to the award of Masters of Law in international law • “Uniform Civil Code”, leading to the award of Masters of Law in international law
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得分: 856358 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=ISBA/23/A/7&Lang=C
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
As Judge of the Supreme Court in Mauritius from 1998 to 2001, Judge Seetulsingh delivered leading judgments on human rights issues like right to a fair trial, right to bail, protection of the interests of minorities and other constitutional matters. (...) Mauritius is considered to be the meeting point of the leading civilizations of the world from Africa, Asia and Europe. (...) Mauritius is held to be a leading example of a mixed legal system of common law and civil law origin inspired from British and French traditions.
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得分: 844729.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/16/19&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF, HEINER BIELEFELDT : ADDENDUM
However, given the wide overlaps between religion and ethnicity, a change of one’s inherited religion may also be perceived as a rupture from one’s own ethnic and family background, thus possibly leading to social ostracism. B. The self-understanding of the State in managing religious pluralism 7. (...) Such punitive actions are actually carried out in practice, sometimes leading to substantial fines, imposed under articles 374-1 and 375 of the Administrative Code and disproportionately affecting non-traditional communities. The Special Rapporteur also heard credible stories about police raids of the premises of some non-registered groups, leading to confiscation of literature, computers, mobile phones and other property.
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