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A youth group explained through poems, the pain of survivors of the Holocaust who lost their families, of those who went far from home and yearned for their loved ones, wishing to see them even for one last time. (...) Peter Ptassek, Ambassador of Germany to Colombia, thanked the survivors present and regretted the suffering of and injustices against Jewish people, indicating that although "talking about the Holocaust is painful, it is necessary." Students from the Colegio Andino – Deutsche Schule of Bogotá and the Colombo-Hebrew School were also present at the event.
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Score: 211666.2 - https://www.un.org/en/holocaustremembrance/observance/2019
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I can't wear them. There's too much pain..." - Pramila Patten interviewed by Melissa Fleming (Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications) See Exhibition ‘Horror and hope’ runs through youth exhibit on sexual violence in conflict UN Action United Nations Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict ( UN Action ) brings together 14 UN entities with the goal of ending sexual violence during and in the wake of armed conflict.
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Score: 438653.5 - https://www.un.org/en/node/76589
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Security Council Security Council General Assembly Holds Landmark Debate on Security Council’s Veto of Draft Text Aimed at Tightening Sanctions against Democratic People’s Republic of Korea GA/12423General Assembly Holds Landmark Debate on Security Council’s Veto of Draft Text Aimed at Tightening Sanctions against Democratic People’s Republic of Korea After China and the Russian Federation vetoed a draft resolution in the Security Council on 26 May aimed at tightening the sanctions regime against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the General Assembly today held a debate on the issue, with speakers expressing diverging views on that country’s actions related to nuclear non-proliferation and security in the Korean Peninsula.8 June 2022 Significant Progress Being Made in Evidence Collection of ISIL/Da’esh’s Crimes in Iraq, Investigating Team Head Tells Security Council SC/14928Significant Progress Being Made in Evidence Collection of ISIL/Da’esh’s Crimes in Iraq, Investigating Team Head Tells Security Council Significant investigative progress in the collection of evidence has been made into the financing, use of chemical weapons and crimes committed by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), also known as Da’esh, the head of the United Nations team investigating that group’s crimes told the Security Council today, as speakers welcomed the Team’s use of technology to facilitate prosecution and stressed the need to address the group’s continuing proliferation across other regions.8 June 2022 Security Challenges Threaten to Derail Democratic Strides in Central African Region, Briefers Tell Security Council SC/14927Security Challenges Threaten to Derail Democratic Strides in Central African Region, Briefers Tell Security Council Marking both democratic strides and worsening security conditions, the situation in the Central African region remains something of a mixed picture, senior officials told the Security Council today, voicing particular concern over terrorist attacks, population displacement and the resurgence of old armed groups in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.8 June 2022 Sexual Violence ‘Most Hidden Crime’ Being Committed against Ukrainians, Civil Society Representative Tells Security Council SC/14926Sexual Violence ‘Most Hidden Crime’ Being Committed against Ukrainians, Civil Society Representative Tells Security Council Allegations of sexual violence by Russian troops in Ukraine are mounting as the conflict passes its 100-day mark, a senior United Nations official told the Security Council today, voicing regret over a stark discrepancy between that painful reality and the global community’s ambition to end the use of rape as a tactic of war.6 June 2022 Security Council Press Statement on Attack against United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali SC/14925Security Council Press Statement on Attack against United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Ferit Hoxha (Albania):3 June 2022 Security Council Committee on Libya Discusses Final Report of Panel of Experts SC/14924Security Council Committee on Libya Discusses Final Report of Panel of Experts On 20 May 2022, the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1970 (2011) concerning Libya held informal consultations to consider the final report of its Panel of Experts, pursuant to paragraph 13 of resolution 2571 (2021), which was submitted to the Security Council on 25 May 2022.3 June 2022 In Presidential Statement, Security Council Welcomes Positive Developments In Democratic Republic of Congo SC/14922In Presidential Statement, Security Council Welcomes Positive Developments In Democratic Republic of Congo The Security Council today welcomed the recent positive political developments in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the region and the convening of the second Regional Heads of State Conclave on the Democratic Republic of Congo in Nairobi, Kenya, on 21 April.3 June 2022 Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2636 (2022), Security Council Extends Mandate of Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan SC/14921Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2636 (2022), Security Council Extends Mandate of Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan The Security Council decided today to extend the mandate of the United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) until 3 June 2023.3 June 2022 Security Council Press Statement on Yemen SC/14923Security Council Press Statement on Yemen The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Ferit Hoxha (Albania):3 June 2022 Security Council Renews Authorization to Inspect Vessels Suspected of Violating Libya Arms Embargo, Adopting Resolution 2635 (2022) SC/14920Security Council Renews Authorization to Inspect Vessels Suspected of Violating Libya Arms Embargo, Adopting Resolution 2635 (2022) The Security Council decided today to renew measures designed to implement the arms embargo against Libya for another year, in particular those authorizing Member States — acting nationally or through regional organizations — to inspect vessels on the high seas off Libya’s coast believed to be in violation of the arms embargo imposed on that country.3 June 2022 Security Council Must Strengthen, Uphold Responsibility to Ensure Accountability When International Law Is Violated, Speakers Stress in All-Day Debate SC/14919Security Council Must Strengthen, Uphold Responsibility to Ensure Accountability When International Law Is Violated, Speakers Stress in All-Day Debate Accountability for serious violations of international law is crucial to the effective function of the United Nations justice system — and the Security Council must uphold its special responsibility to that principle and ensure decisions, resolutions and Court orders are abided by — speakers told the 15-nation organ today in an open debate on the issue.2 June 2022 Security Council Press Statement on Attack against United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali SC/14918Security Council Press Statement on Attack against United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Ferit Hoxha (Albania):1 June 2022 Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for June Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for June During a “packed” month of June, the Security Council will focus on issues ranging from improving accountability for serious crimes to bolstering the United Nations relationship with regional organizations, its President for the month told a Headquarters press conference today.1 June 2022 Security Council Committee Concerning Somalia Approves Updated Implementation Assistance Notice Related to Partial Lifting of Arms Embargo on Somalia SC/14917Security Council Committee Concerning Somalia Approves Updated Implementation Assistance Notice Related to Partial Lifting of Arms Embargo on Somalia On 31 May 2022, the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolution 751 (1992) concerning Somalia updated its Implementation Assistance Notice (IAN) 2: “Summary of procedural approvals and notification requirements related to the partial lifting of the arms embargo on Somalia”.1 June 2022 Urgent Action Needed to Defuse Violence in Democratic Republic of Congo, Senior Officials Tell Security Council, Urging Support for Ongoing Regional Efforts SC/14916Urgent Action Needed to Defuse Violence in Democratic Republic of Congo, Senior Officials Tell Security Council, Urging Support for Ongoing Regional Efforts With a brutal history of violence now threatening to repeat itself in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, senior officials briefing the Security Council today urged members to lend their steadfast support to regional efforts aimed at curbing the resurgence of militia attacks in the country’s eastern provinces, while warning of dire humanitarian implications for the broader Great Lakes region.31 May 2022
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Score: 462223.14 - https://www.un.org/press/en/taxonomy/term/829/all/feed
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The only solution to this painful human plight is to urgently, radically and sustainably transform the irrational and unsustainable production and consumption patterns of capitalism, which are destroying the environment and biodiversity, solve the external debt problem and grant special and differentiated trade treatment to developing countries.
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Score: 569283.25 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...2021/10/FSS_statement_Cuba.pdf
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However, my condemnations, here, in this room, won’t help those who have experienced this pain. They won’t achieve accountability. They won’t stop future incidents from occurring.
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Score: 517875.93 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...se/files/general/sea_-_pga.pdf
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For the purposes of this Convention, the term "torture" means any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes as obtaining from him or a third person information or a confession, punishing him for an act he or a third person has committed or is suspected of having committed, or intimidating or coercing him or a third person, or for any reason based on discrimination of any kind, when such pain or suffering is inflicted by or at the instigation of or with the consent or acquiescence of a public official or other person acting in an official capacity. It does not include pain or suffering arising only from, inherent in or incidental to lawful sanctions. 2.
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Score: 473921.04 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide.../atrocity-crimes/Doc.6_cat.pdf
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Within the United Nations, instances of sexual exploitation and abuse are not confined to one department or area of work. It pains me to say that this behaviour is perpetrated both by civilians and uniformed personnel, and in settings ranging from humanitarian crises to peace operations to refugee camps -- where people are vulnerable and public safety is largely absent.
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Score: 488469.43 - https://www.un.org/preventing-.../files/general/18_sept_sg_.pdf
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