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Attacks in France, Saudi Arabia The deadly attack in Nice, was not the only violent incident to take place on Thursday, in the wake of a strong reaction in France, led by President Macron, to the beheading of a teacher near Paris nearly two weeks ago. (...) Following the killings in Nice, French police have launched a murder inquiry, with President Macron denouncing it as an “Islamist terrorist attack”, and the national security alert system has been raised to its highest level. (...) In Christchurch, UN chief calls for tolerance, solidarity to extinguish ‘wildfire’ of hate speech 13 May 2019 Culture and Education On a three-day visit to New Zealand, UN Secretary-General António Guterres paid his respects to the victims of the horrific mosque attacks in Christchurch, where dozens of Muslims were gunned down in two separate incidents during Friday prayers on 15 March.
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Score: 1158646.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/10/1076452
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While en route to the summit Mr Dunne will visit London for meetings with the National Archives, United Kingdom, and the British Library The focus of these discussions will be around archival conservation and in particular, the preservation of heritage documents and the collaborative model developed by the British Library with other national collecting institutions to maximise access and responsiveness to users of their services. In addition, in his capacity as Associate Minister of Health, he will have discussions with the National Institute for Health Care and Excellence (NICE) around access to medicines in the context of New Zealand’s national medicines strategy, Medicines New Zealand.  He will also visit London Ambulance for discussions on their collaborative approach with other emergency response organisations in the greater London area.
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Score: 1153350.6 - https://publicadministration.u...ttend-D5-Conference-in-Estonia
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While en route to the summit Mr Dunne will visit London for meetings with the National Archives, United Kingdom, and the British Library The focus of these discussions will be around archival conservation and in particular, the preservation of heritage documents and the collaborative model developed by the British Library with other national collecting institutions to maximise access and responsiveness to users of their services. In addition, in his capacity as Associate Minister of Health, he will have discussions with the National Institute for Health Care and Excellence (NICE) around access to medicines in the context of New Zealand’s national medicines strategy, Medicines New Zealand.  He will also visit London Ambulance for discussions on their collaborative approach with other emergency response organisations in the greater London area.
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Score: 1153350.6 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1838/Files
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During the four-day visit, the monitors and journalists will attend the closing arguments in the case of Prlić and others. (...) Asked whether a date had been fixed for the visit of the Prosecutor to Belgrade, Frederick Swinnen responded that the date of this visit would be finalised very shortly, and this would fall during the second half of February. (...) The purpose is to meet with authorities to discuss operational aspects of the cooperation and would not include meetings with the Press and the diplomatic community. Another visit will take place before the next report by the Chief Prosecutor to the Security Council.     
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Score: 1141846.9 - https://www.icty.org/mk/node/5904
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During the four-day visit, the monitors and journalists will attend the closing arguments in the case of Prlić and others. (...) Asked whether a date had been fixed for the visit of the Prosecutor to Belgrade, Frederick Swinnen responded that the date of this visit would be finalised very shortly, and this would fall during the second half of February. (...) The purpose is to meet with authorities to discuss operational aspects of the cooperation and would not include meetings with the Press and the diplomatic community. Another visit will take place before the next report by the Chief Prosecutor to the Security Council.     
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Score: 1141846.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/5904
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During the four-day visit, the monitors and journalists will attend the closing arguments in the case of Prlić and others. (...) Asked whether a date had been fixed for the visit of the Prosecutor to Belgrade, Frederick Swinnen responded that the date of this visit would be finalised very shortly, and this would fall during the second half of February. (...) The purpose is to meet with authorities to discuss operational aspects of the cooperation and would not include meetings with the Press and the diplomatic community. Another visit will take place before the next report by the Chief Prosecutor to the Security Council.     
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Score: 1141846.9 - https://www.icty.org/sq/node/5904
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During the four-day visit, the monitors and journalists will attend the closing arguments in the case of Prlić and others. (...) Asked whether a date had been fixed for the visit of the Prosecutor to Belgrade, Frederick Swinnen responded that the date of this visit would be finalised very shortly, and this would fall during the second half of February. (...) The purpose is to meet with authorities to discuss operational aspects of the cooperation and would not include meetings with the Press and the diplomatic community. Another visit will take place before the next report by the Chief Prosecutor to the Security Council.     
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Score: 1141846.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ress-briefing-09-february-2011
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During the four-day visit, the monitors and journalists will attend the closing arguments in the case of Prlić and others. (...) Asked whether a date had been fixed for the visit of the Prosecutor to Belgrade, Frederick Swinnen responded that the date of this visit would be finalised very shortly, and this would fall during the second half of February. (...) The purpose is to meet with authorities to discuss operational aspects of the cooperation and would not include meetings with the Press and the diplomatic community. Another visit will take place before the next report by the Chief Prosecutor to the Security Council.     
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Score: 1136911.4 - https://www.icty.org/bcs/node/5904
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During the four-day visit, the monitors and journalists will attend the closing arguments in the case of Prlić and others. (...) Asked whether a date had been fixed for the visit of the Prosecutor to Belgrade, Frederick Swinnen responded that the date of this visit would be finalised very shortly, and this would fall during the second half of February. (...) The purpose is to meet with authorities to discuss operational aspects of the cooperation and would not include meetings with the Press and the diplomatic community. Another visit will take place before the next report by the Chief Prosecutor to the Security Council.     
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Score: 1118321.3 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/5904
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ELECTION OF 9 MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
., Rome, 1992-1993 Consul-General, Milan, 1993-1995 8 E/2004/L.1/Add.8 Academic activities Professor of research methods; theory of the State; public international law, University of Costa Rica Researcher, Centre for the Study of International Law, National Research Council, Rome, 1988-1991 Visiting professor, University of Chile, 1998-2000 Visiting professor, Simon Bolivar University, Quito, 2000-2003 Consultancies External Legislative Assembly consultant on the Constituent Treaty of the Central American Parliament and other political forums Adviser on crisis and modernization of political parties in Latin America Consultant to the Centre for the Study of International Law, Rome, 1995-1998 Consultant on economic integration systems in the Andean countries, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, 1996-1997 Publications The Central American Parliament, Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, 1987 Economic Integration Systems in the Andean Countries, Quito “Negotiating formulas for the resolution of conflicts in international law in Latin America” Commentaries and contributions to newspapers El Financiero, La Nación, Rumbo, La República * * * Member, Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, 2001-present 9 E/2004/L.1/Add.8 Amie N. (...) Doctorat from the Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales, Geneva, 1974 Current position Full professor of constitutional law and international human rights law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva Other activities Swiss representative to the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission — Council of Europe), Vice-Chairman from 1995 to 1997 Swiss expert on the roster of experts on the human dimension mechanism of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe International adviser to the Constitutional Court of Croatia (1997-1999) Prior academic positions Visiting professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Geneva (1980-1982) Visiting professor, Faculty of Law, University of Lausanne (1982 and 1989) Visiting professor, Faculty of Law and Economics, University of Neuchâtel (1990- 1991) Head, Department of Constitutional Law, University of Geneva (1983-1989 and 1995-1998) Chairman, Public Law Section (Assistant Dean), University of Geneva (1989-1993) Visiting professor, University of Nice (1994) Visiting professor, University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas) (1994) Visiting professor, University of Strasbourg (2000) Presented papers at the first (Belgrade 1983) and second (Paris, Aix-en-Provence, 1987) World Congresses of the International Association of Constitutional Law Presented papers at the Munich (1987) and Belgrade (1989) Congresses of the International Association of Legal Sciences Prior professional activities Jurist with the International Committee of the Red Cross (1971-1973) Member of the International Committee of the Red Cross delegation to the Conference of Government Experts and the Diplomatic Conference (Geneva, 1974- 1977), on international humanitarian law applicable in armed conflicts (1972-1977) 14 E/2004/L.1/Add.8 Memberships Member of the International Association of Constitutional Law and of its Executive Committee Member of the Swiss Society of International Law Member of the Swiss Bar Association Member of the Geneva Society of Law and Legislation Member of the Editorial Board of the Swiss International and European Law Review Member of the Scientific Committee of the Quarterly Review of Human Rights International activities Statement to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights on general observations on article 13 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (November 1999) Member of missions to China by Swiss human rights experts (December 1991 and July 1994) Member of a Swiss delegation studying the causes of violence in South Africa (April 1992) Participant in the International Congresses on Human Rights Teaching, Information and Documentation of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Vienna, 1978; and Malta, 1987) Swiss expert at the Seminar of Experts on Democratic Institutions of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (Helsinki, 1991) Chairman of the United Nations group of experts to address the issue of the political status of Abkhazia, Georgia (1993 and 1994) Publications Le règlement des différends dans les organisations internationales économiques Leiden, Sijthoff, Geneva, Institut universitaire des hautes études internationales, 1974, 251 pp. (...) Sa’di (Jordan) Nationality: Jordanian Education High school diploma, Friends Boys School (Quaker), Ramallah, Jordan BA (Economics), Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas JD (Doctor of Law), University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Illinois Scholarship: National Honour Scholarship Human rights profile 1975-1981 Member of the Commission on Human Rights 1979 Vice-Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights 1980-1981 Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights 1978-1982 Member of the Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities 1979 Vice-Chairman of the Subcommission 1978-1982, Member of the Human Rights Committee (on civil and political 1990-1994 rights) 1996-2000 Member of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1982-1989 Member of the Board of Trustees of the United Nations Fund for Victims of Torture 1993 Member of the Jordanian delegation to the Vienna World Conference on Human Rights Head of the Jordanian delegation to the Rome United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court Chairman of the Working Group on Crimes against humanity at the Rome International Criminal Court Conference 1977-1980 Head of the Jordanian delegation to the Diplomatic Conference on the Drafting and Adoption of the two additional protocols to the Geneva Conventions Other activities 1966-1969 First Secretary at the Jordanian mission to the United Nations Counsellor at the Jordanian embassy in Washington, D.C., Moscow, London and Paris 1975-1980 Ambassador to the United Nations and other international organizations in Geneva 1982-1986 Ambassador to Ankara 23 E/2004/L.1/Add.8 1988-1989 Chief Editor, Jordan Times 1997-1999 Adviser at the Office of the Crown Prince of Jordan 1999- Columnist and Attorney-at-Law Publications The Economic Theory in Islam * * * 1996-present Member, Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 24 E/2004/L.1/Add.8 Philippe Texier (France) Born: Nimes (Gard) Professional background and experience 1966-1967 Technical cooperation in Colombia: Technical Cooperation Attaché at the Embassy of France in Bogota; gave a course on the history of political ideas at the Escuela Superior de Administración Pública 1967-1970 Ecole nationale de la magistrature 1970-1971 Examining judge in Chalons-sur-Marne 1971-1972 Deputy to the Procureur de la République in Marseille 1972-1977 Examining judge in Marseille 1979-1983 Examining judge in Paris 1977-1979 Director of the Judicial Division at the Ecole nationale d’administration et de magistrature, Cameroon 1983-1984 Technical Adviser to the Secretary of State for the Family, Population and Immigrant Workers 1984-1985 Vice-President of the Tribunal de grande instance of Paris 1985-1988 President of the Tribunal de grande instance of Melun 1988-1991 President of the Tribunal de grande instance of Evry 1991 Director of the Human Rights Division of the United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador 1992-1996 Presiding judge at the Cour d’appel of Paris 1996 Adviser to the Cours de cassation (Social division) 1976-1995 Numerous human rights missions in South America, Central America (Independent expert of the United Nations Centre for Human Rights for Haiti, in particular), Africa and Asia, as a consultant of the United Nations Centre for Human Rights or on behalf of non-governmental organizations 1983-1987 Represented the French Government as an expert on the Sessional Working Group of Governmental Experts on the Implementation of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1987-present Expert member of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; re-elected for 4 years in 1988, and again in 1992; re-elected in 1996 and 2000 1984-present Member of the National Advisory Commission to the Prime Minister on Human Rights Foreign languages English, Spanish 25 E/2004/L.1/Add.8 Shen Yongxiang (China) Working languages Chinese, French, English Positions 2003 Counsellor in the Department of International Organizations and Conferences of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2001-2003 Counsellor in the Permanent Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva 1998-2001 Director-General of the International Department, Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 1991-1998 Second Secretary, First Secretary and Director of the Human Rights Division in the Department of International Organizations and Conferences of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Education 1985-1990 Institute on Peace and Development Law of Nice University, France, JD Summer Seminar on Public International Law of Hague International Law Institute, Netherlands 1984-1985 Centre for Foreign Languages Training, Shanghai International Studies University Bordeaux No. 3 University, France 1980-1984 Department of Law of Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, China, Bachelor Main professional and other activities Vienna World Conference on Human Rights World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, Durban, South Africa Forty-eighth to fifty-first and fifty-seventh to fifty-ninth sessions of the Human Rights Commission 2002 and 2003 sessions of the working group on communications of the United Nations Human Rights Commission Sessions of the working group on the draft declaration on the rights of persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities of the Commission on Human Rights Sessions of the working group on the draft declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples of the Commission on Human Rights 26 E/2004/L.1/Add.8 Sessions of the working group on the draft optional protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of the Commission on Human Rights Sessions of the working group mandated to elaborate a draft legally binding normative instrument for the protection of all persons from enforced disappearance Sessions of the working group on the effective implementation of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action Sessions of the working group on people of African descent of the Commission on Human Rights Forty-fourth to forty-eighth and fifty-third to fifty-fifth sessions of the Subcommission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights 2001 and 2003 substantive sessions of the Economic and Social Council Sessions of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations of the Economic and Social Council Sessions of the Compensation Committee of the Security Council Sessions of the Executive Committee and the Standing Committee of the Programme of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2001 and 2002 annual meetings of the International Organization for Migration Sessions of the consideration of the reports of the People’s Republic of China on Implementation of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment and the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination Publications “The People’s Republic of China and International Humanitarian Law” “Retrait des Etat Membres des Organisations Internationales Universelles”, awarded as the best legal essay of the year by the Bar Association of Nice “Law of International Organizations” “Protection of the Human Rights of Ethnic Groups in China”
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