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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, CHRISTOF HEYNS : ADDENDUM
To a large extent, the solution to these issues can be found within the existing mechanisms and standards established in India. (...) The Special Rapporteur found, however, that the mentioned provisions are not sufficiently complied with in practice. (...) The slow progress of the Nanavati- Mehta Commission of Inquiry in Gujarat, mentioned in the previous chapter, is a vivid example of the challenge.
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RPT SR CULTURAL RIGHTS - MISSION TO BIH
The Ministry of Civil Affairs provided funds to the above-mentioned seven institutions until 2010. Institutional funding was replaced by project grants in 2012. (...) One obstacle frequently mentioned by interlocutors was the deep system-wide politicization of education. (...) It reveals the failure of the competent authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the past 11 years to find a permanent, countrywide solution, which would guarantee children’s equal rights to education”.21 57.
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VISIT TO SRI LANKA : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION
Indeed, during his visit, a large number of relevant interlocutors mentioned their satisfaction with the Act; however, concerns were raised on a number of occasions, with regard to the understanding of this right by right-to-information officers on provincial councils. 20. (...) The Special Rapporteur considers, as mentioned in his end of mission statement,3 that a concerted effort must be put into the continued safeguarding and promotion of these institutions, ensuring that they are sufficiently robust to maintain independence and functionality throughout all democratic transitions. (...) Article 15 (7) of the Constitution places limits on these rights, in line with those mentioned in article 21 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
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REPORT ON THE 3RD WORKSHOP ON MULTICULTURALISM IN AFRICA :PEACEFUL AND CONSTRUCTIVE GROUP ACCOMMODATION IN SITUATIONS INVOLVING MINORITIES AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, GABORONE, 18-22 FEBRUARY 2002
Nigel Crawhall, speaking on behalf of UNESCO, informed the participants that UNESCO has special programmes to support multilingual education and education for indigenous children. He also mentioned that UNESCO was carrying out a significant cross- sector project about traditional knowledge. (...) As regards language in education policy, she mentioned that only Setswana and English were officially recognized to the exclusion of the 26 other languages. (...) During the seminar, the relocation of the Basarwa people from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve was mentioned. It was noted that relocation of peoples was a worldwide phenomenon usually impacting the politically weakest groups.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
The participants also mentioned a number of cases in which legal aid groups had successfully challenged practices and decisions denying trafficked persons the right to an effective remedy. (...) An example involving workers exploited by a transport company in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan was mentioned as having been successful not only in terms of obtaining compensation, but also in terms of avoiding re- traumatization through the by-passing of court proceedings and reliance on the testimony of volunteers acting on behalf of the wider group. 5. (...) In addition, several organizations (for example GAATW, Interights, Save the Children and COMP.ACT) have entered into partnerships with private law firms to promote strategic litigation and test cases. The above-mentioned handbook on access to justice in Nigeria, for example, included the involvement of a private law firm that had committed to take the handbook forward in its work. 6.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE BUSTAMANTE : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur regrets not having received a reply from the Government regarding the above-mentioned communication. Communication sent 32. (...) The Special Rapporteur regrets not having received a reply from the Government regarding the above-mentioned communication. Communication sent 44. (...) The Special Rapporteur regrets not having received a reply from the Government regarding the above-mentioned communication. France Communication envoyée 50.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, RASHIDA MANJOO :ADDENDUM
Forced intercourse was mentioned as the most common act of sexual violence. 10 per cent of the women interviewed experienced sexual abuses as children, most frequently alleged to be perpetrated by family members (stepfather, father or other male family member) and male friends of the family. (...) Numerous interlocutors mentioned the re-emergence of traditional, patriarchal beliefs and practices since the independence of the country. (...) The Azerbaijan National Human Development Report 2007 revealed that 48.7 per cent of women mentioned their insufficient economic resources as a reason why they chose not to seek medical treatment.33 The issue of widespread corruption, particularly affecting State institutions, was repeatedly emphasized during the visit as one of the scourges of Azerbaijani society, and was highlighted as a major obstacle to equal access to all State services, including the education and health sectors. 44.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES - MISSION TO CROATIA
The Working Group appreciates the fact that the Government of Croatia transmitted all the documents it requested, including copies of legislation and statistical data that were mentioned during the meetings with official authorities. (...) In addition, there is the possibility that the DNA samples match the blood samples from relatives of missing persons from other countries in the region, given the above-mentioned lack of a joint regional DNA database. 15. (...) The Working Group also notes that relatives claim that, although the above-mentioned laws may not be discriminatory in principle, the way they are implemented may in practice exclude some ethnic groups from the enjoyment of the rights stipulated in the laws.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 14 FEBRUARY 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ARMENIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
According to the above-mentioned law, there are three types of monitoring of the land: inspectional, procedural and by necessity. (...) The Centre promotes the protection of women’s rights and urges the women to be active and talk about issued affecting their lives, as “the silence is not a solution”. The Centre regularly organizes seminars on the resolution of conflicts and the elimination of racial and gender discrimination among the women of the Republic.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/01/23 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF HONDURAS TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
“CLAUSULA DECIMA SEXTA.- Para los efectos del cumplimiento de las obligaciones convenidas entre EL CONTRATANTE Y EL CONTRATADO, la empresa “YOUR SOLUTION HONDURAS” será solidariamente responsable con la empresa “YOUR SOLUTION INC.” para responder por los derechos de los contratados.” (...) A/HRC/4/G/6 página 5 Numeral 34.- Es cierto que la Empresa Your Solution Honduras, no concluyó su trámite para la obtención de la Licencia de Operación, sin embargo, la constancia a que el Informe refiere, fue extendida por esta Secretaría de Seguridad, para efectos de hacer constar que dicha empresa tenía en trámite su licencia de operación. (...) Numeral 60.- El establecimiento de Empresas de Seguridad Privada en Honduras, se rige por la normativa interna e internacional, pero un ciudadano hondureño de seguridad privada que cometa delitos en otro país, será sometido a Ley Internacional tal como lo describe el contrato donde es solidariamente responsable de su defensa la empresa Your Solution Honduras y la subsidiaria Your Solution Incorporated.
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