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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
The Commission welcomes the scope of this review and notes that the government is carrying out reviews of other CT measures4 and including an inquiry into allegations of UK complicity in torture of detainees. Other issues of significant concern, however, including accountability and redress mechanisms are not currently subject to any form of review. The Commission suggests there should be a more extensive review of all CT powers and legislation as such a wide range of issues requires a longer and more thorough review and consultation period. (...) Stop and Think; A critical review of the use of stop and search powers in England and Wales, March 2010.
语言:中文
得分: 733279.74 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/15/NI/2&Lang=C
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ELECTION OF 1 MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD FROM AMONG CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
成员资格 以下书刊的理事会成员:1990-1998 年,《当前精神病学评论》(Current Psychiatry Reviews);《当前精神药理学》(Current Psychopharmacology);《欧 洲神经精神药理学》(European Neuropsychopharmacology);《基础和临床药理 学》(Fundamental and Clinical Pharmacology);《国际临床精神药理学》 (International Clinical Psychopharmacology);《精神病学和神经科学期刊》 (Journal of Psychiatry and Neurosciences);《人类精神药理学》(Human Psychopharmacology):《临床与实验》(Clinical and Experimental);《临床精 神药理学公报》(Klinick Psykofarmacologi Bülteni)(土耳其);《神经心理生 * 履历未经正式编辑而印发。
语言:中文
得分: 733279.74 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/2014/9/ADD.9&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES : ADDENDUM
At the fourth session of the Human Rights Council, held in March 2007, a group of NGOs questioned how the Special Representative intended to analyse patterns of corporate-related human rights abuses and their impacts on individuals and communities.3 In response to this question, and wishing to complement the initial survey of alleged abuses with a more comprehensive study of the nature and scope of alleged corporate human rights abuse, the Special Representative is grateful for the resources provided by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to undertake the present study. In brief, it reviews 320 cases of alleged corporate-related human rights abuse, providing a study that is equivalent in size to the above-mentioned review of corporate human rights policies and practices completed in early 2007. 3. (...) Nevertheless, the sample chosen was considered sufficient for illustrative purposes, providing a look into a large set of alleged abuses. 5 At the time of writing (February 2008), two other such reviews were nearing completion, one from Human Rights Watch (final report launched in February 2008, see http://hrw.org/reports/2008/bhr0208/) and another from ESCR-Net. (...) Other cases provided more extensive reviews of the conditions within a factory, reporting on any abuse of worker rights - these cases often generated alleged impacts on the range of labour-related rights (see figure 3 above) as well as a number of non-labour rights (similar to the alleged impacts in direct cases). 58.
语言:中文
得分: 730268.36 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/HRC/8/5/ADD.2&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE BUSTAMANTE : ADDENDUM
Unfortunately, many problems plague the post-order custody review process. For example, some detainees never receive notice of their 90-day or 6-month custody reviews, and therefore do not have the opportunity to submit documentation in support of their release. Others never receive timely custody reviews at either the 90-day or 6-month mark. In addition, decisions to continue detention are often based on faulty reasoning and erroneous facts, ignore the law outlined by the Supreme Court in Zadvydas, or are essentially rubber-stamp decisions that fail to cite any specific evidence in support of their conclusion. 42. (...) In practice, however, because migrants are not entitled to a review of their custody by an immigration judge, or are subjected to rubber-stamp administrative custody review decisions, their detention is essentially mandatory. 44.
语言:中文
得分: 730268.36 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/HRC/7/12/ADD.2&Lang=C
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE NORTHERN IRELAND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE NORTHERN IRELAND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
语言:中文
得分: 718134.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/42/NI/4&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 7 AUGUST 2009 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
., The commission prepares and reviews comparative studies on matters of judicial organisation) Chairperson 1995 - 2000 Vice-chairperson 1991 - 1995 Belgian reporter 1987 – 1991 • Dates (from – to) January 1993 - April 1995 Type of activity Member of the Flemish Council for Advertisement and Endorsements on Radio and Television • Dates (from – to) September 1991 - June-1996 Type of activity Lecturer at the Flemish School for Higher Education in Business; lecturing in the graduate program “Master in Tax Management” • Dates (from – to) 1987 – 1997 Type of activity Founder and editor-in-chief of the Belgian Review for Civil Law • Dates (from – to) 1987 – 1991 Type of activity Member of the Dispute Resolution Council for Non-Public Radio and Television Providers • Dates (from – to) September 1985 - June 1990 Type of activity Lecturer at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels) for the course “Ethics of the Legal Profession” • Dates (from – to) February 1974 - 30 June 1985 Type of activity Assistant professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels) for the course Family Law (Prof.
语言:中文
得分: 718134.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/63/946&Lang=C
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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
.: General 29 January 2021 Resolution 2561 (2021) Adopted by the Security Council on 29 January 2021 The Security Council, Welcoming the report of the Secretary-General of 10 January 2021 on his Good Offices S/2021/5 and on the United Nations operation in Cyprus (S/2021/4), and expressing its full support for his Good Offices, including the existing body of work, to remain available to assist the sides, Underscoring that the responsibility for finding a solution lies first and foremost with the Cypriots themselves, and reaffirming the primary role of the United Nations in assisting the parties to bring the Cyprus conflict and division of the island to a comprehensive and durable settlement with a sense of urgency, Expressing full support for the Secretary General’s ongoing efforts, and welcoming his intention to convene an informal “five plus UN meeting” with the leaders of the two Cypriot communities and the Guarantor powers at the earliest opportunity, further welcoming the stated determination of the leaders of the two communities to respond positively in this regard to find common ground between the parties to negotiate a sustainable lasting solution to the Cyprus problem within a foreseeable horizon, Urging the sides to renew their efforts to achieve 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), Stressing that the status quo is unsustainable, and that the lack of an agreement furthers political tensions and deepens the estrangement of both communities, risking irreversible changes on the ground, and reducing the prospects of a settlement, Expressing deep concern at the ongoing tensions in the eastern Mediterranean over hydrocarbons exploration, convinced of the many important benefits, including economic benefits, for all Cypriots that would flow from a comprehensive and durable settlement, and reiterating the Secretary-General’s call for serious efforts to avoid any further escalation and to defuse tensions, S/2021/96 3/7 21-01224 Recalling its Presidential Statement (S/PRST/2020/9),which expresses deep concern at developments in Varosha, and calls for the reversal of this course of action, reaffirming the status of Varosha as set out in its previous resolutions, and reiterating that no actions should be carried out in relation to Varosha that are not in accordance with those resolutions, and stressing the need to avoid any unilateral actions that could trigger tensions on the island and undermine the prospects for a peaceful settlement, Recalling its resolution 1325 (2000) and related resolutions, recognising that the full, equal and meaningful participation and leadership of women is essential in building peace in Cyprus and will contribute to making any future settlement sustainable, welcoming efforts to bring together a broader range of women actors on both sides, acknowledging that the gender-sensitive socio-economic impact assessment that was launched 17 February 2020 in response to resolution 2453 (2019) substantiated that delaying a settlement in Cyprus increases both the economic, and non- economic costs of the prevailing political status quo, looking forward to the full and swift implementations of its recommendations, encouraging the sides to ensure the needs and perspectives of women are addressed in a future settlement, Recalling its resolution 2250 (2015) and related resolutions that recognise the important and positive contribution of youth in efforts for the maintenance and promotion of peace and security, and as a key aspect of the sustainability, inclusiveness and success of peacekeeping and peacebuilding efforts, and further encourages the full, equal and meaningful participation of youth in this process, Recognising that effective contact and communication between the sides enhances the prospects for settlement and is in the interests of all Cypriots, and helps to address island-wide matters, including health, crime, environmental protection, and issues related to the adverse impacts of climate change, Recognising the ongoing impact on the island of Cyprus of the COVID-19 pandemic and the efforts made by both communities to suppress the spread of the virus and mitigate its effects, Regretting that the sides have continued to pursue largely uncoordinated responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and expressing concern that the closure of the crossing points along the Green line has limited opportunities for bi-communal engagement and trust-building activities, and that the continued and prolonged closure of some crossing points threatens to set back the progress made in this area since 2003, Expressing concern at the continued deterioration of the law and order situation in Pyla, and urging both sides to continue to work with UNFICYP to establish effective measures to tackle criminal activities, Reiterating the importance of confidence-building measures and their timely implementation, and urging the sides to step up their efforts to promote intercommunal contacts, reconciliation and the active engagement of civil society, in particular women and youth, Noting that the Government of Cyprus is agreed that in view of the prevailing conditions on the island it is necessary to keep the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) beyond 31 January 2021, Welcoming measures to date to strengthen the liaison and engagement capacity of the mission, noting the importance of transition planning in relation to the settlement, and emphasising the need to review regularly all peacekeeping operations, including UNFICYP, to ensure efficiency and effectiveness, S/2021/96 21-01224 4/7 Expressing appreciation to Member States that contribute personnel to UNFICYP, and noting the continued voluntary contributions to the funding of UNFICYP by the Government of Cyprus and the Government of Greece, Noting with appreciation the efforts of the Secretary-General, his Special Representative Elizabeth Spehar, and senior United Nations official Jane Holl Lute, 1. (...) 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.
语言:中文
得分: 718134.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/2021/96&Lang=C
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COMMUNICATION NO. 2049/2011 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE : VIEWS / ADOPTED BY THE COMMITTEE AT ITS 111TH SESSION, 7-25 JULY 2014
18 缔约国援引了国内裁决者在提交人的案件中依据的以下来源:联合国难民事务高级专员办事 处,《确定难民身份的程序和标准手册》(日内瓦,1992 年)[难民署手册],第 195-205 段 (HCR/IP/4/Eng/REV.1);移民审查法庭,难民审查法庭,《可信度评估指南》(2012 年),可查 看 www.mrt-rrt.gov.au/Conduct-of-reviews/Conduct-of-reviews/default.aspx;《主要成员指导 2/ 2009》,第 4段;1958年《移民法》第 424AA节、第 424A节和第 425节。
语言:中文
得分: 708669.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=CCPR/C/111/D/2049/2011&Lang=C
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FORUM AND WORK PROGRAMME ON THE IMPACT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RESPONSE MEASURES
Finally, we would like to share our main proposals we made in each of the areas of the work programme, as part of the review of the work of the forum mandated by decision 8/CP. 17, review that was completed in Warsaw during the many sessions that were dedicated to the matter. (...) Parties should conclude, as part of the review, what mode of work might best allow us to fulfill our mandate under this agenda item. (...) The United States looks forward to a timely conclusion of the review after Parties have been able to exchange their views and have agreed on conclusions related to their review of the Forum.
语言:中文
得分: 708669.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SB/2014/L.2&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE
Mandated activities of the SCF under decision 2/CP.17, paragraph 121 (a) Organize a forum for the communication and continued exchange of information among bodies and entities dealing with climate change finance in order to promote linkages and coherence Second part of the SCF Forum on finance for nature- based solutions Pending agreement on the date and venue of the second part of the SCF Forum Continuous update and implementation of the SCF strategic outreach plan Ongoing Established linkages and continued exchange with bodies and entities dealing with climate finance under and outside the Convention Ongoing Forum outreach activities Decision 1/CP.18, paragraph 70: implement the work programme of the SCF, including the creation of a climate finance forum that will enable all Parties and stakeholders to, inter alia, exchange ideas on scaling up climate finance Ongoing Decision 5/CP.18, paragraph 4: facilitate the participation of the private sector, financial institutions and academia in the Forum Ongoing Decision 8/CP.23, paragraph 12: ensure the value added of the Forum when deciding on the topic of each Forum; provide clear recommendations to the COP, as appropriate, regarding follow-up actions on the Forum; and enhance the dissemination, use and ownership of the accumulated knowledge and expertise gathered at the Forum Continuous update and implementation of the SCF strategic outreach plan Established linkages and continued exchange with bodies and entities dealing with climate finance under and outside the Convention Ongoing (b) Maintain linkages with the SBI and the constituted bodies under the Convention, including in relation to decision 8/CP.23, paragraph 11: further refine the approach to maintaining linkages with the subsidiary and constituted bodies according to resources available and in the context of existing working modalities SCF Co-Chairs inform the presiding officers of the constituted bodies under the Convention about the activities of the SCF and establish working relationships Annual Continuous update and implementation of the SCF strategic outreach plan Ongoing Enhanced linkages with the SBI and the constituted bodies under the Convention Ongoing F C C C /C P /2 0 2 1 /1 0 F C C C /P A /C M A /2 0 2 1 /7 G E .2 1 -1 4 3 7 5 1 3 Activity Outcomes/results Time frame (c) Provide the COP with draft guidance for the operating entities of the Financial Mechanism with a view to improving the consistency and practicality of such guidance, taking into account the annual reports of the operating entities and relevant submissions from Parties Draft guidance provided to the COP and the CMA COP 27/CMA 4 Decision 3/CMA.1, paragraph 8: prepare draft guidance for the entities entrusted with the operation of the Financial Mechanism, and on the Least Developed Countries Fund and the Special Climate Change Fund, for consideration and adoption at CMA 2 Draft guidance for consideration by Parties COP 27/CMA 4 Decisions 11/CP.25, paragraph 13; and 5/CMA.2, paragraph 13: consider inputs that may be provided by the WIM Executive Committee to the work of the SCF in preparing elements of draft guidance for the operating entities Draft guidance for consideration by Parties COP 27/CMA 4 (d) Make recommendations on how to improve the coherence, effectiveness and efficiency of the operating entities of the Financial Mechanism Recommendations provided to the COP, as appropriate Sessions of the COP Functions of the SCF as per decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 112: rationalize the Financial Mechanism, including the undertaking of analyses and information exchanges Recommendations provided to the COP, as appropriate Exchanges through the SCF Forum, as appropriate Sessions of the COP Ongoing (e) Prepare a biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows, to include information on the geographical and thematic balances of such flows Initiation of technical work on the fifth BA, including development of a general outline of the report, data collection and engagement with climate finance data producers and aggregators 2022 Outcome at COP 27 Decision 3/CP.19, paragraph 11: in the context of the preparation of the BA, consider ongoing technical work on operational definitions of climate finance, including private finance mobilized by public interventions, to assess how adaptation and mitigation needs can most effectively be met by climate finance, and include the results in the annual report of the SCF to the COP See 1(c) above Ongoing Decision 9/CP.21, paragraph 13: take into account in the BA the enhanced information provided by Parties included in Annex II to the Convention referred to in paragraph 6 of decision 9/CP.21 See 1(c) above Ongoing Decision 4/CP.24, paragraph 5: use the established terminology in the provisions of the Convention and the Paris Agreement in relation to climate finance, where applicable See 1(c) above Ongoing Decision 4/CP.24, paragraph 10: map, every four years, as part of the BA, the available information relevant to Article 2, paragraph 1(c), of the Paris Agreement, including its reference to Article 9 thereof See 1(c) above Ongoing F C C C /C P /2 0 2 1 /1 0 F C C C /P A /C M A /2 0 2 1 /7 1 4 G E .2 1 -1 4 3 7 5 Activity Outcomes/results Time frame Decision 19/CMA.1, paragraph 24: prepare synthesis reports for the technical assessment of the global stocktake See 1(c) above Ongoing Decisions 11/CP.25, paragraph 9; and 5/CMA.2, paragraph 9: present, to the extent possible, disaggregated information in relation to, inter alia, mapping data availability and gaps by sector, assessing climate finance flows and presenting information on the determination of the needs of developing country Parties related to implementing the Convention and the Paris Agreement See 1(c) above Ongoing (f) Provide expert input, including through independent reviews and assessments, to the preparation and conduct of the periodic reviews of the Financial Mechanism by the COP Work on expert input to the seventh review of the Financial Mechanism Outcome at COP 27 2.
语言:中文
得分: 708669.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=FCCC/CP/2021/10&Lang=C
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