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NOTE VERBALE DATED 22 MARCH 2016 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
Following the attacks mentioned above, upon the proposal of the Turkish Cypriot side, a bi-communal Technical Committee on Education was established by the two Leaders in order to review current education systems and to research how education can counter prejudice and discrimination. (...) The Committee, which has the full support from the Turkish Cypriot side, through its activities, is expected to further ease relations between the two communities and contribute towards efforts to find a comprehensive solution to the long overdue Cyprus issue. Finally, I would like to underline that none of the UN Security Council resolutions and/or reports refer to an “occupation” or “occupied areas” in Cyprus.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK : ADDENDUM
Areas that are at particularly high risk to climate and natural hazards may require complex infrastructure planning or resettlement decisions which are beyond the scope of the community.36 As mentioned, these programmes are not implemented in informal settlements that are located on land which is not designated for habitation, excluding a large number of settlements where housing and infrastructure needs tend to be greatest. 25. (...) The difference between formally registered land (with BPN) and informally registered land (with the kelurahan) has significant symbolic and material consequences. As previously mentioned, kampong lands are virtually all unregistered, while those of the formal sector – exclusive neighbourhoods of developers’ built housing – make up the bulk of the registered residential parcels.62 46.
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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
A small Roma national strategy secretariat was established in April 2003, and in May 2003, the Roma National Council with 35 members was set up in accordance with the above-mentioned Law. 16. The State Union has no comprehensive strategy on IDPs. (...) He also commended the new Refugee and IDP Strategy, which not only foresees return as a solution, but also integration in Montenegro or resettlement in third countries. (...) PROTECTION NEEDS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS REGARDING RETURN AND OTHER DURABLE SOLUTIONS A. Return 54. As mentioned above, the goal of the international community in Kosovo, in accordance with Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999), is to create conditions allowing IDPs to return to their homes.
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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
John Snow identified that a cholera outbreak in London was caused by the seepage of sewerage pit into groundwater used for a local water pump at Albion Terrace, and not from contagion as was commonly believed.12 The response was not only denialism from the medical community but resistance from the political class, hostile to the conclusion that the solution lay in significant State interference. The water pump was closed and the Public Health Act was enacted in 1852 but it took many years of campaigning, particularly by Edwin Chadwick, before the State engaged in establishing household water-borne sanitation systems. 1.2 Individual dignity discourse The above justifications for recognising the right to sanitation are largely based on broad instrumental grounds; others have also emphasised that fundamental issues of individual human dignity and autonomy are at stake. (...) A/HRC/12/NI/7 página 7 sanitation as one of the underlying determinants of health, and thus part of the right to health, on the basis of the drafting history of the Covenant and wide wording of the provision.25 Sanitation is mentioned a number of times in the General Comment No. 14 on the Right to Health, particularly in the context of the availability, quality and accessibility elements of the right to health. (...) The Court ordered that: [T]he municipality of Córdoba adopt all of the measures necessary relative to the functioning of the [facility], in order to minimise the environmental impact caused by it, until a permanent solution can be attained with respect to its functioning; and that the Provincial State assure the [plaintiffs] a provision of 200 daily litres of safe drinking water, until the appropriate public works be carried out to ensure the full access to the public water service, as per decree 529/94. 25 Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, General Comment 14, The right to the highest attainable standard of health (Twenty-second session, 2000), U.N.
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LETTER DATED 23 MAY 2011 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
In this regard the document shows the “enviable” ability for denying and blaming techniques of the Armenian side. The content of the mentioned document pertaining to “the ethnic cleansing of Armenians and unleashing a war against Armenia” represents none other than yet more mere verbiage uselessly rending the air against the background of the facts irrefutably testifying to the opposite. (...) With these claims Armenia tries to convince the international community that the Nagorno-Karabakh region had not been under control of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Yet, as mentioned above, the lack of effective control of the Government of Azerbaijan over part of its territory was due to the invasion of the Bolsheviks, in the result of which, the central Government had been overthrown. (...) As to the first issue, the most important part of the mentioned Memorandum of the Secretary-General relates to the “Juristic observations”, which reminds of the conditions governing the admission of new Members to the Organization contained in Article 1 of the Covenant of the League of Nations, including the requirement to be a fully self-governing state.
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VISIT TO IRAQ : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS
The Special Rapporteur acknowledges the remarkable work carried out by the above-mentioned organizations to provide support for and assistance to internally displaced persons and returnees in Iraq. 5. (...) The authorities have argued that the above-mentioned restrictions on movement had been imposed for the safety of internally displaced persons and communities. (...) The restrictions on freedom of movement that have been imposed on internally displaced persons with a perceived affiliation to ISIL do not meet the above-mentioned criteria. These measures lack legal grounds in Iraqi law, have a disproportionate impact on the enjoyment of a wide range of human rights, and discriminate against certain groups.
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LETTER DATED 87/11/10 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CYPRUS TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Government specially mentioned the expulsion 5~1 this manner of about 600 persons from the villages of Karmi, Trimithi ! (...) In this respect the Commission would simply refer to the COUSIO~~ of Europe and United Nations reports mentioned above (4) and to the visit of its Delegalxs, ou. 5 September 1975, to two refugee camps in the area controlled by the applicant Government (5). 104. (...) The Refugee Camp Orphanage School, Nioosia and Refugee Cams Stavros: cf interviews with uersons in these camos om pp. l-15 of the Addendum. - Verbatim,Pecord, p~.~5-6. Further figures mentioned by ~IgsO~~l~otz: 22.7.1,74 - 3,000 refugees, 30-7-1974 - , l /
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : INFORMATION / PRESENTED BY THE EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF GREAT BRITAIN ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The EHRC is persuaded that building more prisons especially when this is accompanied by budget cuts across the public sector is not an effective solution for the problem of overcrowding. Evidence indicates that community solutions offer a more positive model to address re-offending for many offenders and that prison may be better suited to the more serious offenders. (...) Jack Straw, in The Times interview mentioned above, stressed the need for a "national conversation" on the use of prison. (...) Integrating human rights into poverty reduction strategies does not so much change "what" is to be done as to "how" and "why" activities are undertaken so that the process itself becomes part of the solution. 17. The Child Poverty Commission's Terms of Reference should state that at least one member be appointed that is experiencing, or has experienced socio-economic disadvantage; or set out the opportunities that people experiencing socio-economic disadvantage will have to participate in the work of the Commission, and how this involvement and engagement will be facilitated.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION : ADDENDUM
It further met with and interviewed detainees in all above-mentioned facilities, in private and without the presence of guards or witnesses. (...) The Working Group observed, however, relatively long periods spent by the accused in pretrial detention, sometimes as much as several years, despite the above-mentioned constitutional provision. Courts are reportedly overburdened and understaffed. (...) The long duration has been justified as a deterrent mechanism for other potential migrants, whether or not a durable solution can be found in each individual case. 69.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
In this regard, she has notably stressed her conviction that regional and sub-regional mechanisms “play a key role in providing a response that is both multilateral and sufficiently close to countries’ realities and the specificities within a certain region” (A/HRC/14/32, para. 2). In her above- mentioned report to the Human Rights Council, she noted an extraordinary number of encouraging and innovative anti-trafficking initiatives taken by regional mechanisms, as well as a number of areas of concern requiring attention. 5. (...) In the area of prevention, the participants agreed that continued efforts were needed to clarify definitions and terminology used in the area of trafficking, both among States and within society at large. Examples were mentioned of failures by State agents to react appropriately to trafficking cases owing to a lack of such understanding, and corresponding failures among members of civil society to exercise necessary vigilance owing to a lack of understanding or acknowledgement of the risks associated with trafficking. (...) The practice among several regional mechanisms of continually integrating research findings into prevention programmes with a view to formulating more appropriate, nuanced and targeted prevention messages was mentioned as another potentially effective strategy. 20.
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