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VISIT TO PERU :REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP OF EXPERTS ON PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT
Members of the Working Group had a viewing of “Negro Mama”, a prime-time comedy sketch television programme featuring blackface that is still airing on the Frecuencia Latina network, despite its acknowledgment and apology for the programme, and a significant fine levied on the network several years ago.
语言:中文
得分: 507417.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/45/44/ADD.2&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, YAKIN ERTÜRK :ADDENDUM
Viscidi, “A History of Land in Guatemala: Conflict and Hope for Reform”, America’s Program, Interhemispheric Resource Center, 2004, at http://www.irc-online.org/citizen-action/focus/2004/0409guatland.html. 12 Oxfam, “Guatemala: indigenous voices loud and clear”, Oxfam Horizons, September 2003, quoting Trends in Latin American Networking, at http://www.oxfam.org.au/oxfamnews/ september_2003/guatemala.html. (...) Alcoholism among males, unemployment/underemployment and attempts to preserve patriarchal power over women contribute to domestic violence and undermine opportunities for the promotion of non-violent relationships in future generations. The women’s network in Sololá informed me that poverty and discrimination had induced alcoholism throughout the indigenous male population, which has served as a catalyst for domestic violence. 26. (...) According to the Office of the Human Rights Ombudsman, a total of 2,625 cases of violence were reported by women between January and December 2003,31 of which 2,027 reports indicated violence within the private sphere. 34. The women’s network in Sololá municipality reported that 80 per cent of violence against women cases involve domestic violence, 5 per cent are sexual abuse, and 5 per cent are physical abuse.
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得分: 507417.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=E/CN.4/2005/72/ADD.3&Lang=C
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SUMMARY : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : CANADA / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 5 OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 16/21
(One asterisk denotes a national human rights institution with “A” status) Civil society ACLC African Canadian Legal Clinic, Ontario, Canada; AEHO The Alliance to End Homelessness, Ottawa, Canada; AFN Assembly of First Nations, Canada; AI Amnesty International, London, United Kingdom; AIDSLAW Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Canada; ASHNY At-sik-hata Nation of Yamassee Moors, Canada; B.C.CEDAW GROUP Joint submission 1 By B.C. (...) Marie; Ursuline Sisters of the Chatham Union Xaviere Sisters (Toronto); JS6 Joint submission 6 by the Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee); First Nations Summit; Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations; Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs; Chiefs of Ontario; Native Women's Association of Canada; Canadian Friends Service Committee (Quakers); Treaty Four First Nations; Assembly of First Nations of Québec and Labrador/Assemblée des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador; Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat; Hul'qumi'num Treaty Group; KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives; Maritime Aboriginal Peoples Council; IKANAWTIKET; First Peoples Human Rights Coalition, Canada; JS7 Joint submission 7 by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC), the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC), OpenMedia.ca, TeleCommunities Canada, and Web Networks, Canada; JS18 Joint submission 18 by The Native Youth Sexual Health Network, First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada (the Caring Society) Canada; LCAC Joint submission 15 by Land Claims Agreements Coalition, Ottawa (Ontario), Canada; NGO Coalition Joint submission 16 by NGO Coalition (62 organizations): Aboriginal Council of Winnipeg; Action Canada for Population and Development; Amnesty International Canada (English Branch); Amnistie Internationale Canada francophone; Asian Canadian Labour Alliance; Assembly of First Nations; Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic; Campaign 2000; Canada Without Poverty; Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies; Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers; Canadian Association of University Teachers; Canadian Auto Workers; Canadian Auto Workers A/HRC/WG.6/16/CAN/3 GE.13-10452 15 Local 88 Human Rights Committee; Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children; Canadian Council for International Cooperation; Canadian Council for Refugees; Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action; Canadian Friends Service Committee (Quakers); Canadian Labour Congress; Canadian Union of Public Employees; Centrale des Syndicats du Québec; Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation; Coalition of Black Trade Unionists; Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada; Confédération des Syndicats Nationaux; Council of Canadians; Disabled Women’s Network; First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition; First Nations Summit; Front d’Action Populaire en Réaménagement Urbain; Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee); Halifax Initiative; Inter Pares; International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers; International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group; International Human Rights Program, University of Toronto Faculty of Law; Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Committee, Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul; Kairos: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives; Latin American Trade Unionists Coalition; Law Union of Ontario; Lawyers’ Rights Watch; Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence Solidarity Network; McLeod Group; Mining Watch; National Union of Public and General Employees; Native Women’s Association of Canada; Native Youth Sexual Health Network; New Brunswick Common Front for Social Justice; Oxfam Canada; Pivot Legal Society; Public Interest Alberta; Public Service Alliance of Canada; Refugee Forum; Social Issues Networking Group; Social Rights Advocacy Centre; Society for Children and Youth BC; Table de Concertation des Organismes au Service des Personnes Refugiées et Immigrantes; Treaty Four First Nations; United Church of Canada; Wellesley Institute; Yukon Status of Women Council, Canada; NWAC Joint submission 17 by the Native Women's Association of Canada, Canada; OPACY Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, Ontario, Canada; PINAY The Filipino Women's Organization in Quebec, Canada; RHC Joint submission 19 by the Right to Housing Coalition of Toronto, Ontario, Canada; SCFEL-VCC Joint submission 20 by the Sheldon Chumir Foundation for Ethics Leadership, Calgary, Alberta and Vibrant Communities Calgary, Alberta; Voices-Voix Voices-Voix Communications, Canada; WI Wellesley Institute, Ontario, Canada.
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得分: 483812.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/16/CAN/3&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY, NAJAT MAALLA M'JID : ADDENDUM
The ICAC Task Force is a network of 61 coordinated task forces to assist state and local law enforcement agencies develop effective investigative and prosecutorial responses to cyber-enticement and child pornography cases.
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得分: 483812.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/16/57/ADD.5&Lang=C
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SUMMARY OF STAKEHOLDERS' SUBMISSIONS ON IRELAND :[UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Joint submissions: JS1 Joint submission 1 submitted by: Access Now, New York (United States of America), and Digital Rights Ireland; JS2 Joint submission 2 submitted by: Atheist Ireland, Dublin (Ireland), Evangelical Alliance of Ireland, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Ireland; JS3 Joint submission 3 submitted by: Abortion Rights Campaign, Dublin (Ireland), Abortion Support Network, Termination for Medical Reasons Ireland; JS4 Joint submission 4 submitted by: Edmund Rice International, Geneva (Switzerland), Sisters of Our Lady of Apostles, Irish Province International Presentation Association Association of Leaders of Missionaries and Religious of Ireland Religious in Europe Networking Against Trafficking and Exploitation Akina Dada wa Africa-AkiDwA Community After Schools Project Edmund Rice Schools Trust European Province of the Christian Brothers Sisters of Mercy of the Americas - Mercy International Association - Global Action Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Loreto Generalate Salesian Missions - Don Bosco Aid Ireland Congregation de Notre Dame (CND) Act To Prevent Trafficking (APT/AMRI) New Communities Partnership Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd Spirasi (Spiritan Asylum Services Initiative) Daughters of Charity The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice Cork Against Human Trafficking (CAHT) Sexual Violence Violence Centre Cork, MECPATHS (Mercy Efforts for Child Protection against Trafficking with the Hospitality and Services Sector Society of African Missions (Societas Missionum ad Afros) – Irish Province Cork Migrant Centre Irish Dominicans Province (OP) Friends of Africa The Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer (Redemptorists), Irish Province; JS5 Joint submission 5 submitted by: Irish Council for Civil Liberties, Dublin (Ireland), Age Action, BeLonG To Youth Services, Immigrant Council of Ireland, Irish Family Planning Association, Irish Network Against Racism, Irish Penal Reform Trust, NASC, National Women's Council; JS6 Joint submission 6 submitted by: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Den Haag (the Netherlands), Library Association of Ireland; JS7 Joint submission 7 submitted by: Istituto Internazionale Maria Ausiliatrice, Veyrier (Switzerland), VIDES International – International Volunteerism Organization for Women, Education and Development; JS8 Joint submission 8 submitted by: Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, Eindhoven (the Netherlands), Immigrant Council of Ireland, European Network on Statelessness; JS9 Joint submission 9 submitted by: Coalition of Traveller and Roma NGOs for UPR of Ireland, Dublin (Ireland), Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre, National Traveller Women's Forum, Donegal Travellers Project, Minceirs Whiden, Galway Traveller Movement; JS10 Joint submission 10 submitted by: Traveller Visibility Group, Cork (Ireland), and Cork Traveller Women`s Network.
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得分: 483812.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/39/IRL/3&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 7 OCTOBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MALAWI TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
We recognize the critical importance of the work of the Technology Bank for LDCs in improving least developed countries’ scientific research and innovation base, promote networking among researchers and research institutions, help least developed countries access and utilize critical technologies, and draw together bilateral initiatives and support by multilateral institutions and the private sector, and to implement projects contributing to the use of STI for economic development in LDCs.
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得分: 483812.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/534&Lang=C
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C(b), C(c), E(b), F(c) 8–10 May, Havana, Cuba IYDD and the Caribbean Call to establish a network of youth environmental groups (YEG) in participating Caribbean States in order to rehabilitate degraded land; generate employment for the youth sector and reduce poverty; increase water use efficiency; and improve youth access to credit and markets. (...) Governments and other stakeholders need to show their willingness to address internal factors causing desertification when asking for financial resources. 6–9 November, Sede Boqer, Israel International Conference: Deserts and desertification – challenges and opportunities The development of methods for evaluating the economic and social benefits as against the economic, social and ecological costs of different development paths (pastoral, farming and alternative livelihoods) in drylands; quantitative assessment of rural poverty in drylands and of the relative contribution of different poverty drivers operating at different spatio-temporal scales; exploration of the potential of drylands to provide alternative energy sources that would benefit locally, regionally and globally; evaluation of the effectiveness of different national and local policies and interventions designed to combat desertification and restore land productivity in affected countries; study of the linkages between desertification, biodiversity loss and global warming, leading to scenarios of desertification and dryland biodiversity dynamics under progressing climate change; reducing duplication of effort and research by globally networking institutions committed to desert and dryland research; promoting communication between the research community and decision-makers at all levels thus leading to an extensive implementation of scientific results and dissemination of successful practices. C(c), D(b), D(c), E(a), E(c), G(b), G(c) 4–5 December, Rome, Italy Workshop: Cost of inaction and opportunities for investment in arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas The need for operational methods to quantify economic losses from degraded land at the national level; that investment in drylands is socially, economically and environmentally profitable; the need for an international network on the costs of inaction and a synthesis of the work on cost evaluation methods and the major findings of studies.
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得分: 483812.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=ICCD/COP(8)/11&Lang=C
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BRIDGING THE TECHNOLOGY GAP BETWEEN AND WITHIN NATIONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
. ________ (2002). Partnerships and Networking in Science and Technology for Development (Geneva: UNCTAD). ________ (2003, 2005).
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得分: 483812.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.16/2006/2&Lang=C
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SUMMARY OF STAKEHOLDERS' SUBMISSIONS ON MOROCCO :[UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Joint submissions: JS1 Joint submission 1 submitted by Equipe-Media, Reporters Sans Frontières, Asociación Amricana de Juristas, Emmaüs Stockholm; JS2 Joint submission 2 submitted by Federació d'Associacions, Catalanes, Amigues del Poble Sahrauí (ACAPS), Associació NOVACT, Asociación para la Vigilancia de los Recursos y para la Protección del Medio Ambiente en el Sáhara Occidental (AREN), Observatorio de Derechos Humanos y Empresas en el Mediterráneo (ODHE), Western Sahara is Not for Sale (WSNS); JS3 Joint submission 3 submitted by Access Now, Reporters Without Borders; A/HRC/WG.6/41/MAR/3 12 GE.22-12847 JS4 Joint submission 4 submitted by Adala Association “for the Right to a Fair Trial”, Moroccan Forum for Truth and Equity, Moroccan Prisons Observatory, Associative Network for Development and Democracy of Zagora, Moroccan Human Rights Organization, Mediator for Democracy and Human Rights, Amnesty International, Morocco, Forum of Alternatives Morocco, Prometheus Institute for Democracy and Human Rights, Collectif Autisme Maroc, Moroccan Forum for Young Journalists, Takatoul Associatif Tanger Métropole, Tangier, Morocco, Youth Association for the Youth, Bayti Association, Human Rights Forum in Northern Morocco (FDH NORMA), Collective for the Promotion of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Morocco, Young Women Association for Democracy, Forensic Medical Specialists Association, National Union of the Moroccan Press, African Organization for Common Ground, Twiza Movement Association, Article 19, Israr Alliance for Empowerment and Equality, Thissaghnasse Association for Culture and Development, Droit et Justice Association, Citizen Alternatives Movement, Moroccan Association Fighting Violence Against Women, Mediterranean Encounter Association for Migration and Development, Anti-racist Group for the Support and Defence of Foreigners, Sala Almoustaqbal Association, White Dove Association, Tetouan. Anwal Forum for Development and Citizenship, Moroccan Association for Women’s Rights, Assaida Al Horra Association for Citizenship, Equality and Equal Opportunities – Chefchaouen, Hands Free, Moroccan Women Lawyers Forum, Citizen Initiatives Association, Initiative for the Protection of Human Rights (IPDF); JS5 Joint submission 5 submitted by Association Democratique Des Femmes Du Maroc (Adfm), Association Marocaine Pour Les Droits Des Femmes (Amdf), Association Forum Marocain Des Femmes, Association Insat Beni Mellal, Association Mains Libres, Association Solidarite Feminine (Asf), Association Neama, Association Marocaine Des Droits Humains (Amdh), Forum Des Femmes Marocaines (Ffm), Association Femmes Du Sud, Association Initiative Pour La Protection Des Droits Des Femmes (Ipdf); JS6 Joint submission 6 submitted by African Human Rights Monitoring Organization (Africa Watch), Red Euromediterranea de Solidaridad, Sahrawi Observatory for Media and Human Rights; JS7 Joint submission 7 submitted by Organization Tamaynut, Association Tamaynut France; JS8 Joint submission 8 submitted by Moroccan Association for Human Rights, Moroccan Observatory for Prisons, Moroccan Commission for Human Rights, Observatory of Justice in Morocco, Association for the Defense of Human Rights in Morocco France, Moroccan Association for Progressive Women, Amazigh Network for Citizenship, Moroccan Association for Combating Bribery; A/HRC/WG.6/41/MAR/3 GE.22-12847 13 JS9 Joint submission 9 submitted by Association Quartiers Du Monde, Y-PEER PETRI MOROCCO (Y-PEER), Association Meilleur Avenir pour nos Enfants (AMANE), Association Nationale des Sages-Femmes (ANSF), Association Marocaine des Sages-Femmes (AMSF), Association de Lutte Contre le Sida (ALCS), Organisation Panafricaine de Lutte contre le SIDA (OPALS), Collectif pour la promotion des droits des personnes en situation du handicap; JS10 Joint submission 10 submitted by THISSAGHNASSE association for culture and development ASTICUDE, Al- Intilaaqah association for Development, Environment and Culture, Green Horizon Association for Sustainable Development, Amal association for Women and Development, Oujda Ain El Ghazal association 2000, Intilaaqah association for women, Badail mouwatanah Movement, Maimouna Association for Women, Al- Hadaf association for women, Azta Amazigh / National Committee of Azta Women, Al-Amal Association for Development and Education, Mubadara Association for Development, Ummi Association for Social Solidarity, Women's Association for Development and Social Work, Al-Hadaf association for women, Tomorrow's Women Association for Development, Anwal Forum for Development and Citizenship, Aswraf association for culture and development, Fight against AIDS, Nador branch, Afaq Association for Human Development, Make Your Mark association for human development, culture and environment, Rahma Association for Family Care, Ait Ansar association for culture and development, Kafeel association for women, Thamadat Association for Human Development, Regional Observatory for the Right to Information, Fes, Meknes, Women's Aspirations Association, Rihanat association, Aat’ae bila houdoud Association, Green Valley Association for Development, Consortium Caucus of Sub-Saharan in Morocco CCSM, Association Bila Hodoud Azrou, Al-Tahadi association for Equality and Citizenship -Casablanca; JS11 Joint submission 11 submitted by Center of Sahel for Studies and Strategic Analysis, Moroccan Association for Governance and Human Rights, Forum for Saharan Research and Studies; JS12 Joint submission 12 submitted by Associations jeunes pour jeunes, Mouvement Alternatives citoyenne, Groupe des jeunes femmes pour la démocratie, Dynamique Trans; Association Hasnouna; JS13 Joint submission 13 submitted by Committee to Protect Journalists, The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy; JS14 Joint submission 14 submitted by Congrès Mondial Amazigh, Acal El Hajeb, AGRAW Lille, Afza TAGZIRT, Tiwizi 59, Groupe AZUL, Agharass El Kheir Tadouarte Drarga AGADIR, Coopérative ASOFO El Hajeb, Organisation IZERFAN, Coordination des Associations Ait Ali Lakhssas, APMM section Chtouka Ait Baha; A/HRC/WG.6/41/MAR/3 14 GE.22-12847 JS15 Joint submission 15 submitted by Ensemble contre la peine de mort (ECPM), Coalition marocaine contre la peine de mort (CMCPM), Observatoire marocain des prisons (OMP), Réseau des avocats contre la peine de mort (RACPM), Réseau des parlementaires contre la peine de mort (RPCPM), Réseau des enseignants contre la peine de mort (RECPM), Réseau des journalistes contre la peine de mort (RJCPM), L’instance marocaine des droits humains (IMDH), Le Centre d’études en droits humains et démocratie (CEDHD), Association marocaine des droits humains (AMDH), Coalition mondiale contre la peine de mort (WCADP); JS16 Joint submission 16 submitted by La federation national des associations amazighes au Maroc "FNAA"; JS17 Joint submission 17 submitted by Association des parents et amis de disparus au Maroc; JS18 Joint submission 18 submitted by Forum des Initiatives pour le Développement Durable (FIDD); JS19 Joint submission 19 submitted by Fédération Des Ligues Des Droits Des Femmes (FLDF), Réseau LDDF-INJAD contre la violence du genre, Union de L'action Féministe, Association Marocaine De Lutte Contre la Violence à L'égard Des Femmes, La Voix de la Femme Amazigh, Association Oujda Ain Ghazal 2000, Association de recherche féminine pour le développement et la coopération, Association Mouvements Ben Grir, Association Voix Des Femmes, Association Alliance Socio-Culturelle, Association la Vallée Verte Pour le Développement, Association Manal Pour le Développement et la Communication, Association Alwafaa Pour Femmes et Développement, Association Zraig pour le Développement et la Coopération, Association Al Basma Loudaya Centre D’hébergement Al amal, Association de Développement Social et Culturel, Association Elbanouria des femmes battues, Espace Associatif Féminine, Association Basma El Kheir, Association Féminine de Bienfaisance El Kheir, Association Al Oumouma Pour l’Education non formelle et l’Alphabétisation, Association Anaouat, Association Al Amal pour le Développement des Femmes, Association Marocaine De L'éducation et de la Solidarité Sociale, Association Mhashass Pour le Developpement Humain, Association Touya Pour L'action Féminine, Association Femme Pour Le Developpement et Solidarité, Association de solidarité des femmes, Association Sounhe pour le Développement de Femmes Rurales et les Services Sociaux, Asso. Elwafaa Mtal Pour Gestion Complex Social M'tal, Association Nour Pour l'Hébergement et la prise en charge des femmes et enfants, Les associations régionales de la FLDF (Rabat-Sale –Kenitra; Casablanca –Settat; Marrakech-Safi; Daraa- Tafillalt; Benimellal-Kénifra; Tanger-Tétouan-El hoceima; Goulmim – Oud Noun); JS20 Joint submission 20 submitted by Global Detention Project and GADEM (Groupe antiraciste d'accompagnement et de défense des étranger·e·s et migrant·e·s); JS21 Joint submission 21 submitted by Comité para la Defensa del Derecho a la Autodeterminación del Pueblo del Sahara Occidental (CODAPSO); JS22 Joint submission 22 submitted by HIC Habitat International Coalition; JS23 Joint submission 23 submitted by CODESASO (national NGO) and jointly submitted with IFOR (international NGO); A/HRC/WG.6/41/MAR/3 GE.22-12847 15 JS24 Joint submission 24 submitted by Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc, the MENA Statelessness Network, Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, and the Global Campaign for Equal Nationality Rights; JS25 Joint submission 25 submitted by Association of National Young Lawyers, Association of Tawazah for Women's Advocacy, Association of Safety for Women and Children in Marrakech, Association Tafoukt Souss for Women's Development, Center for Research and Studies on Citizenship, Governance and Development, The group of associations of Grand Tangier, Moroccan Solidarity Initiative, Association Anir, The National Association for Childhood and Youth, Khemisset Branch, Center for the Rights of the People, Qalaat Sraghna - Association of Towiza Movement, Khemisset, Association of Citizenship Initiatives, Association of Women's Good, Association Esafen for Charitable and Social Works, Association of Hope, Al Hoceima Province, Southern Observatory for the Rights of Foreigners and Immigration, Moroccan Association for the Prevention of Child Crime, Youth beacon for media and culture, Association of Citizenship and Equality, Association of Struggling Women, Club of the Faculty of Law of Agadir; JS26 Joint submission 26 submitted by Jossour Forum des Femmes Marocaines (Rabat), JCI (Rabat), Global Shapper Section Rabat (Rabat), Association Marocaine Genre et Développement AMGED (Rabat), Confédération démocratique du travail (CDT), Association ANNASSIM pour le Développement de la Femme (Assa), Association Marocain Pour L'éducation de la Jeunesse sectionTemara (Temara), Forum des femmes sahraouies pour le développement et la démocratie (Laayoune), Association Sayeda Al Hora pour la Citoyenneté et l'Egalité des Chances, section Chefchaouen (Chefchaouen), Association Anoir Féminine des œuvres sociales pédagogiques et culturelles (Ksar El Kebir), Choalaa section Temara (Temara), Association Jeunes d'Avenir pour le Travail social, Culturel et Sportif (Nador), Association féminine Al Amal (Tétouane), Association des femmes de Tafoukt pour la culture et le développement (Tata), Association Y-PEER (Meknès), Association Marocain Pour L'éducation de la Jeunesse section Salè (Salè), Association Nord-Sud pour la société (Tantan), Association Anir (Khénifra), Association des Amis El Kbabe pour les personnes Handicapés (El Kbab), Association Asabil (Taroudant), Wista Maroc (Casablanca), Association Akhyam (Imilchil), Association Chababona (Midelt), Association Orchidée pour le Dévloppement et la Citoyennté (Fès), Association Al-Izdihar pour le développement humain (Skhour Rhamna), Association Ghazouane de Solidarité et Dévloppement (Bouarfa), Association AFCD (Ait Ourir), Le Réseau Marocain de l'Alliance Civique des Jeunes – représente 40 associations (Rabat), Coalition Youssoufia pour le développement – 9 associations (Rabat), Association des Auberges des Jeunes (Oujda), Association Oujda Ainghazal 2000 (Oujda), Forum Marocain de la Jeunesse pour le Troisième Millénaire (Rabat), Association Chabab takadoum (Rabat), Association Al-Amal pour le développement et la solidarité (Temara), Association Caftan (Skhirat), Association Wisal pour les femmes (Rabat), Association Green Side pour le développement (Rabat), Association Initiative et Développement (Rabat), Club de la Presse au Maroc (Rabat), Association de développement pour la solidarité et le A/HRC/WG.6/41/MAR/3 16 GE.22-12847 développement (Rabat), Association Marocaine de lutte contre les Myopathies (Casablanca), Association atawasol ataqaf (Salé), Association nejma tous migrants (Salé), Association femme du futur pour le développement la solidarité et la justice sociale (Assa), Réseau de Femmes pour le Mentoring/Networking (Rabat), Association Marocaine de Paix pour les Services Sociaux (Casablanca), Organisation Espace Citoyenneté et Solidarité (Rabat), Coalition Marocaine pour la Propriété Intellectuelle (Rabat), Association Amzan pour le développement et la solidarité (Khemisat), Association Fathbouarfa Ouro Maroc (Branche Bouarfa); JS27 Joint submission 27 submitted by Jubilée Campaign, and Set My People Free; JS28 Joint submission 28 submitted by La Ligue pour la Protection des Prisonniers Sahraouis dans les Prisons Marocaines (“La Ligue”), L’Action des chrétiens pour l'abolition de la torture (“ACAT France”) et The Norwegian Support Committee for Western Sahara (“NSCWS”); JS29 Joint submission 29 submitted by La Dynamique Trans (Trans Dynamics), Nasswiyat SAQFE Collective, GAFM Collectif Aswat; JS30 Joint submission 30 submitted by Moroccan League for the Defense of Human Rights, The Moroccan League for Citizenship and Human Rights, Shumoua Association for Equality, Moroccan Association for Human Rights, The National Front for Dignity and Human Rights, Moroccan Office for Human Rights; JS31 Joint submission 31 submitted by Forum Mountada Sahara pour le dialogue et les cultures; JS32 Joint submission 32 submitted by Asociación de Familiares de Presos y Desaparecidos Saharauis (AFAPREDESA), Instancia Saharaui contra la Ocupación Marroquí (ISACOM), Comisión Nacional Saharaui de Derechos Humanos (CONASADH), Comité Suizo de Apoyo al Pueblo Saharaui; JS33 Joint submission 33 submitted by Instancia Saharaui contra la Ocupación Marroquí (ISACOM), Comisión Nacional Saharaui de Derechos Humanos (CONASADH); JS34 Joint submission 34 submitted by Observatoire du Sahara pour la Paix, la Démocratie et les Droits de l'Homme; JS35 Joint submission 35 submitted by Amis des Enfants – Ai.Bi.
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得分: 483812.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/41/MAR/3&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR IMPLEMENTATION ON ITS 34TH SESSION, HELD IN BONN FROM 6 TO 17 JUNE 2011
FCCC/SBI/2011/7 GE.11-63120 41 (a) Ensuring consultations with stakeholders throughout the entire process of activities, from the design of activities to their implementation and monitoring and evaluation; (b) Enhancing integration of climate change issues and capacity-building needs into national development strategies, plans and budgets; (c) Increased country-driven coordination of capacity-building activities; (d) Strengthened networking and information sharing among developing countries, especially through South-South and triangular cooperation; (e) [Building on existing skills and capacities [, where available,] [, as appropriate,] related to development [and implementation of capacity-building activities] [and delivery of reporting, including national communications [and inventories]]; (e bis) Developing and/or strengthening skills and capacities related to the implementation of climate change related activities;] (f) [Strengthening local, national and regional research institutions;] [4. (...) Decides that further implementation of the framework for capacity-building in developing countries should be improved at the systemic, institutional and individual level, as appropriate, by: (a) Ensuring consultations with stakeholders throughout the entire process, from the design of clean development mechanism project activities to their implementation; (b) Enhancing integration of capacity-building needs relating to the participation in the Kyoto Protocol into national development strategies and plans; (c) Increased country-driven coordination of capacity-building activities; (d) Strengthened networking and information sharing among developing countries, especially through South-South and triangular cooperation; 6.
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得分: 464469.04 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=FCCC/SBI/2011/7&Lang=C
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