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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
The Constitution of Sri Lanka contains a fundamental rights chapter reflecting the rights to equal protection before the law, non-discrimination, freedom of movement and choice of residence.8 Following the assassination of the Foreign Minister in August 2005, a state of emergency was declared, and the President has since adopted a series of emergency regulations. 6 Preamble to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UNGA, 10 December 1948 (UDHR). 7 The Charter of the North-East Secretariat for Human Rights “recogniz[es] the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other United Nations Human Rights instruments” and states as its objective, “promot[ing] recognition and respect for the human rights and the basic freedoms of the people of the Northeast of this Island according to [the UDHR and the major human rights conventions to which Sri Lanka is party]”. 8 The Human Rights Committee has observed that “Sri Lanka’s legal system still does not contain provisions which cover all of the substantive rights set forth in the [International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights], or all of the necessary safeguards required to prevent the restriction of Covenant rights beyond the limits permissible” (CCPR/CO/79/LKA), para. 7.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS ON HIS MISSION TO GEORGIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
He also met with internally displaced persons in collective centres and private accommodation to hear directly from them about their situation and their preferred solutions. 3. The Special Rapporteur visited Tbilisi and also travelled to Khurvaleti, Nikozi, Zugdidi and Rukhi. (...) In that regard, as is clearly stated in the 2010 Inter-Agency Standing Committee framework on durable solutions for internally displaced persons: “An IDP’s choice of local integration or settlement elsewhere in the country, in the absence of the option to return, must not be regarded as a renunciation of his/her right to return should that choice later become feasible.” (...) Monitoring missions have observed that although the installation of fences has decreased since 2013, obstacles to freedom of movement and the choice of place of residence continue to be placed along the administrative boundary line, including so-called State border signs, watchposts and surveillance equipment (see A/70/879, para. 21). 27.
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TAX HAVENS : THE NEED TO NEUTRALIZE THEIR DISTORTING EFFECTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL TAX CONTEXT
It is definitely the preferred choice of legal systems. Confidentiality in financial transactions is customary practice and required under common law.
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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, FRANCIS DENG : ADDENDUM
However, he also clearly emphasized the Government’s commitment to freedom of choice for IDPs, and that return would only happen as a result of a voluntary decision by the displaced themselves. (...) He acknowledged that the preferred solution in the view of the Government was voluntary return, and that the Government therefore provided incentives for people to return to Chechnya, including humanitarian assistance and compensation for destroyed property. (...) Otherwise, the choice of whether to return or stay could not be considered a free one, as IDPs would have no de facto alternative to return.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT IN THE FIELD OF CULTURAL RIGHTS, FARIDA SHAHEED : ADDENDUM
Moreover, another list with prohibited names is also used to deny parents the freedom to register their preferred names for their offspring. In most cases, applicants do not receive any written official refusal to register their child’s name. (...) She recalls in this regard general comment No. 21 of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights on the right to take part in cultural life, stressing that “participation covers in particular the right of everyone – alone, or in association with others or as a community – to act freely, to choose his or her own identity, to identify or not with one or several communities or to change that choice, (…) to engage in one’s own cultural practices and to express oneself in the language of one’s choice.22 The rights of the child, as set out in articles 7 and 8 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, are also jeopardized by this situation.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, CHALOKA BEYANI : ADDENDUM
Clearly, all the citizens of Sri Lanka, without discrimination, have the right to freedom of movement and choice of place of residence within Sri Lanka. Owing to the centrality of land and competing claims over it in the context of dealing with displacement and attaining durable solutions in the post- conflict phase, the Special Rapporteur recommends prioritizing the resolution of land and property issues on a comprehensive basis in order to achieve durable solutions for IDPs in the framework of freedom of movement and choice of place of residence. (...) There are some general security issues which affect IDPs’ freedom of movement and choice of place of residence which need to be addressed. (...) He met with widows who, upon the release of their original land by the military, preferred to return to their small plot of land rather than stay in relocation villages, even if that meant living in a makeshift shelter instead of a new house. 41.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18TH SESSION, 3RD COMMITTEE : 1266TH MEETING, MONDAY, 18 NOVEMBER 1963, NEW YORK
Her delegation would also have preferred para- graph 3 of the article to be deleted, but had not pressed the matter, in the belief that the paragraph did not oblige a State to give its nationality to a child born in its territory even if the child had no other nationality. (...) Every delegation had something to learn from the rest; but he noted that, for the second time within a very short period, some countries were being driven to make a very difficult choice. Because of the strategy employed when the Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination had been adopted, and again at the 1265th meeting, those States, which included Belgium, had been faced with a most difficult 282 General Assembly - Eighteenth Session - Third Committee decision, The Soviet Union representative had rightly complained of the slow pace of the work, but those countries were certainly not to blame for that. (...) He had therefore felt unable to assume any commitment respecting changes in the Italian nationality laws and had preferred to abstain, even though he had taken part in the delibera- tions of the working group which had drafted the text finally adopted by the Committee. 33, Mr.
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LETTER DATED 2004/10/25 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
For example, seeking to substantiate his assertion that the fence should have been routed along the ‘Green Line’, he asserts that this is proven by the fact that at certain points the Court preferred less intrusive security proposals suggested by the Israeli Council for Peace and Security. (...) In the absence of any action whatsoever by the Palestinian authorities to prevent these attacks, Israel has no choice but to seek to stop the missiles before they are fired, and to destroy the factories where they are assembled.
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FCCC/SBSTA/200
Constant and secure markets are preferred over insecurity in markets. 8. Labor demand, and peaks in labor demand should be well related to labor supply, 9. Relatively simple land use methods are preferred above more complex land use methods. 10. Low input investment is preferred above a high input investment due to the lack of capital 11.
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