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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION : ADDENDUM
DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY OF PERSONS WITH MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AND OF “DANGEROUS” PERSONS ..... 94 - 101 21 A. Obligatory mental health care ..................................................... 94 - 96 21 B.
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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 COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (OMBUDSMAN) OF AZERBAIJAN : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
According to the Article 42 of the Constitution of the Republic of Azerbaijan: • Every citizen has the right to education; • The state guarantees free obligatory secondary education; • The system of education is under the state control; A/HRC/26/NI/1 4 GE.14-04274 • The state guarantees continuation of education for most privileged persons irrespective of their financial position; • The state establishes minimum educational standards. (...) Furthermore, the Law on the Rights of the Child stipulates the children’s right to education and prohibition of evasion of children from obligatory general secondary education. In all of its stages the education system should give correct direction to the formation of independent thinking and democratic view of life. (...) In spite of the measures taken in the country in the field of children’s rights protection and promotion, problems still exist and proactive participation and cooperation of state bodies with local and international non-governmental institutions is obligatory for development and implementation of integral strategy on children’s rights.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/03/18 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ITALY TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
It envisages an extension of the area in which local broadcasters may broadcast (six service areas, not necessarily adjacent to each other); arrangements governing the programme/advertising balance; new rules for advertising and an obligatory requirement for government departments to devote at least 15% of their budget for institutional communication airtime to local broadcasters. (...) The law also includes an obligatory requirement to publicise any penalties incurred by broadcasters that breach the rules for the protection of minors.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ON THE USE OF MERCENARIES AS A MEANS OF VIOLATING HUMAN RIGHTS AND IMPEDING THE EXERCISE OF THE RIGHT OF PEOPLES TO SELF-DETERMINATION : ADDENDUM
These principles could be summarized as follows: • Specific and detailed registration of PMSCs is required, with possible prohibition of offshore registration of such companies • Registration of PMSCs should be based on minimum transparency requirements, supposing regular (possibly annual) reporting of companies to the State bodies on main parameters of their foreign activities, change in structure, contracts over a certain size and other parameters to be defined by the State • A specific system of State licensing of PMSCs and especially of their contracts for operation abroad might be established, similar to arms licensing or export control licensing • Such licensing might presuppose requirements for obligatory training of personnel on norms of international humanitarian and human rights law, and require the verified absence of national and international criminal record among PMSCs employees • Human rights abuses prevention criteria are to be built into general export criteria for the military and security services industry • A State system of monitoring of activities and contracts of PMSCs might be established through a State inspectorate (possibly similar to BERR compliance officers), including investigations into reported cases of human rights violations committed by the companies or their employees • In addition to a monitoring mechanism, a complaint mechanism open to individuals, State agencies, foreign Governments and other companies should also be put in place to ensure criminal responsibility of individuals and civil liability on companies • The State must legally define the types of activities in the military and security area which under no circumstances could be outsourced to PMSCs, for example, access to weapons of mass destruction • National legislation on PMSCs should clearly list types of activities prohibited for nationally registered PMSCs, including mercenary-related activities banned by the International Convention against the Recruitment, Use, Financing and Training of Mercenaries, or participation in overthrowing legitimate Governments and political authorities A/HRC/10/14/Add.2 página 13 42. (...) An enforcement mechanism should be put in place so that companies would have to follow the registration and obligatory transparency procedures, under the risk of not getting a license for foreign contracts or having such a license withdrawn. 45.
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ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS : REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON EXTREME POVERTY, ANNE-MARIE LIZIN
La Experta explicó la importancia de expedir documentos de identidad a todos a fin de poder confirmar su identidad y su ciudadanía, además de permitirles acogerse a programas de asistencia pública en los que es obligatorio presentar un documento de identidad o, incluso, para recurrir ante los tribunales a fin de obtener o defender sus derechos. (...) If a woman gives birth in hospital, which is rare, she is given a paper that enables her to go and register the child and obtain a birth certificate, which is obligatory for school enrolment. This is so provided that the person registering the child possesses an identity card and a family record book. (...) The independent expert recommends that the United Nations agencies in the field and the other lenders should: Consider giving direct assistance to the National Council for Women; Continue their support for the Social Welfare Fund while increasing the resources available; Provide financial support for the civil registration programme so that it can be accessible at lower cost and can be made obligatory for men, women and children; E/CN.4/2004/43/Add.1 página 14 Continue their support for local capacity-building, inter alia by making use of international consultants only when strictly necessary; Request the European Union to enhance its support for the Social Welfare Fund to ensure that the number of beneficiaries (the hoped-for increase is 10,000 cases per year) and the amount per beneficiary can be raised. 46.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 487TH MEETING, HELD ON MONDAY, 4 MAY 1959 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 11TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1959, VOL 1
Las palabras "operative force" se reemplazan con las palabras "obligatory force" y en el texto inglés del párrafo 2 se inserta la palabra "being" antes de las palabras "in itself valid". (...) CONDICIONES GENERALES DE LA FUERZA OBLIGATORIA "1 . Un tratado sólo tiene fuerza obligatoria si, en un momento determinado, reúne todas las condi- ciones de validez indicadas en el artículo anterior (...) El PRESIDENTE, en su carácter de Relator Es- pecial, explica que la frase se refiere al período durante el cual el tratado tiene fuerza obligatoria, pero no se 38 Anuario de la Comisión de Derecho Internacional opone a que se supriman esas palabras si pueden oca- sionar alguna dificultad. 37.
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LETTER DATED 99/02/05 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
While verbally supporting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Serbia and the FR of Yugoslavia, at the same time proposals are put forward which threaten and question our sovereignty and integrity, proposing even confederal elements such as an obligatory consent of Kosmet for changes to Kosmet borders and declaration of martial law. 5.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR IN THE FIELD OF CULTURAL RIGHTS, FARIDA SHAHEED : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur recommends, however, that specific legislation be passed making it obligatory for all private proprietors to provide a thoroughfare for public access to beaches. (...) This could include seeking support, including from these countries, for Vincentian historians to conduct their research abroad, for example through scholarships, and to have facilitated access thanks to the digitalization of archives; A/HRC/23/34/Add.2 14 GE.13-13326 (h) Consider the importance of Balliceaux island for the Garifuna people, and ensure that their relation to the island as a site of remembrance is respected and maintained; (i) That specific legislation be passed, making it obligatory for all private proprietors to provide a thoroughfare for public access to beaches; (j) Pursue its efforts to establish a space for training and development of cultural expressions, as well as a multi-functional cultural centre in Kingstown, to host exhibitions and enable artists to perform, exhibit and practice.
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Puntuación: 782011.13 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/23/34/ADD.2&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION - FOLLOW-UP MISSION TO GERMANY
El Grupo de Trabajo hace el seguimiento del establecimiento de las mejores prácticas que cumplen con el derecho internacional, entre otras cosas, la utilización obligatoria de tarjetas de identidad en Berlín y otros Länder. (...) The Working Group is following the development of best practices that comply with international law, including obligatory identification badges in Berlin and other Länder. (...) The Working Group follows the development of best practices that comply with international law, including obligatory identification badges in Berlin. 93. The Working Group supports the adoption of legislation that would qualify the German Institute for Human Rights as a national human rights institution in category A in the United Nations human rights system according to the Paris Principles, which would appropriately reflect the position of Germany in the international community.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 13 SEPTEMBER 2011 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
In the course of repeated examinations personal records of the detainees, other relevant documents, including medical ones were scrutinized. During obligatory prison cells rounds the detainees were asked about complaints over detention conditions or possible infringement of their rights by the facility administration.
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