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REPORT OF THE INFORMAL WORKING GROUP ON THE REDUCTION OF THE RISK OF A BLEVE / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE NETHERLANDS
A commission that investigated the accident recommended the use of safety valves and also the thermal insulation to prevent the overheating of dangerous gas. The representative of Norway pointed out that severe accidents can be the result of silly mistakes and that it is task of the working group to prevent a BLEVE from happening. (...) Human behaviour and organisational aspects were important to prevent a BLEVE. BAM had also tested tanks with and without coatings and safety valves. (...) It is a line-management responsibility for material, procedures and workers to prevent LPG release from the tank. The representative of AEGPL wants barriers to prevent an incident rather than measures to reduce the effects of an incident.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 904979.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.15/AC.1/2007/11&Lang=R
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VISIT TO ECUADOR :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
If implemented, the proposed budget cuts will significantly reduce efforts to implement the Comprehensive Organic Law to Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women, and will nullify the much-needed Policy to Prevent Pregnancy in Girls and Adolescents. (...) (b) Comprehensive Organic Law to Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women 31. (...) Article 19 (3) of the Comprehensive Organic Law to Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women provides for the development of a national plan to prevent and eradicate violence against women, girls and adolescents, while article 19 (4) envisages the adoption of strategies to prevent and eradicate violence against women.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 893729.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/44/52/ADD.2&Lang=R
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 15 MAY 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF GERMANY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE :SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)
S /A C .4 4 /2 0 2 0 /1 1 0 /3 0 2 0 -1 2 0 2 1 Paragraph 3 (a) and (b): account for/secure/physically protect nuclear weapons, chemical weapons and biological weapons, incl uding related materialsa Measures to establish domestic controls to prevent the proliferation of NW, CW, BW, and their means of delivery; controls over related materials National legal and/or regulatory framework Enforcement and civil/criminal penalties X/? (...) X X X NW: EURATOM Treaty, art. 83; Commission Recommendation of 11 February 2009 on the implementation of a nuclear material accountancy and control system by Operators of nuclear installations Atomic Energy Act, sect. 46; Radiation Protection Ordinance, sects. 33 and 116 S /A C .4 4 /2 0 2 0 /1 2 0 -1 2 0 2 1 1 1 /3 0 Measures to establish domestic controls to prevent the proliferation of NW, CW, BW, and their means of delivery; controls over related materials National legal and/or regulatory framework Enforcement and civil/criminal penalties X/? (...) NW CW BW Source document NW CW BW Source document Remarks 1 Border control to detect, deter, prevent and combat illicit trafficking X X X NW/CW/BW: Regulation (EU) No. 952/2013 (Union Customs Code), as amended, especially arts. 264 and 267; Regulation (EC) No. 1889/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2005 on controls of cash entering or leaving the Community; Customs Administration Act of 1992, as amended (Zollverwaltungsgesetz); Foreign Trade and Payments Act of 6 June 2013 (Aussenwirtschaftsgesetz, “AWG”), as amended, sects. 18, 21 and X X X NW/CW/BW: Customs Administration Act of 1992, as amended; Foreign Trade and Payment Act, sects. 17, 18, 21 and 27 CW: Regulation implementing the Chemical Weapons Convention of 20 November 1996, sect. 13 2 Law enforcement to detect, deter, prevent and combat illicit trafficking X X X NW/CW/BW: Foreign Trade and Payments Act, as amended, sects. 17, 18, 21 and 27; Customs Administration Act, as amended; Regulation (EU) No. 952/2013 (Union Customs Code), as amended; especially art. 198 X X X NW/CW/BW: Customs, federal border control police, criminal authorities, etc. 3 Border control detection measures X X X NW/CW/BW: Regulation (EU) No. 952/2013 (Union Customs Code), as amended, arts. 13, 15 and title IX; Customs Administration Act, sects. 10 ff and 17a; Foreign Trade and Payments Act, as amended, sect. 25; Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance (“Aussenwirtschaftsverordnung, “AWV”), as amended, chap. 2, part 2, subchaps. 1–2 X X X NW/CW/BW: Regulation (EU) No. 952/2013 (Union Customs Code), as amended, art. 22; Customs Administration Act, as amended, sects. 10 ff and 17a; Foreign Trade and Payments Act, as amended, sect. 25; Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance, as amended, chap. 2, part 2, subchaps. 1–2 S /A C .4 4 /2 0 2 0 /1 2 0 -1 2 0 2 1 2 5 /3 0 Border controls and export and trans-shipment controls to prevent the proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and their means of delivery, including related materials National legal framework Enforcement and civil/criminal penalties X/?
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 882211.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=S/AC.44/2020/1&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 15 OCTOBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MYANMAR TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic Myanmar is sparing no effort to prevent and fight back the scourge of the COVID-19 global pandemic. (...) In collaboration with the ILO, the Government has established a complaint mechanism to prevent under-age recruitment for military service. (...) The National Complaint Mechanism was established to prevent under-age re- cruitment for military service.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 878010.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/518&Lang=R
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IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISION V/32 ON ENLARGEMENT OF THE SCOPE OF THE TRUST FUND TO ASSIST DEVELOPING AND OTHER COUNTRIES IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BASEL CONVENTION
It is noted, however, that the emergency assistance envisaged by the V/32 mechanism includes (i) a rapid assessment to estimate the magnitude of damage that has occurred or damage that may occur and the measures needed to mitigate and prevent (further damage); (ii) emergency measures to prevent or mitigate the damage; (iii) broker activities to help find those Parties and other entities in a position to give the assistance needed. The emergency assistance activities envisaged thus need to be put in place very soon after the occurrence of the incident, in order to effectively respond to, prevent, and mitigate, any damage which has been caused. (...) Accordingly, the outcome of the mission’s findings were applied to develop medium to long-term recommendations to prevent future such emergency situations by, for example, improving the capacity of Côte d’Ivoire to respond to similar incidents.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 872293.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=UNEP/CHW.9/27&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION ON HIS FOLLOW-UP MISSION TO UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Many interlocutors identified the Prevent strategy as the epitome of the problem. 1 A/HRC/23/39/Add.1. (...) Third, in the Special Rapporteur’s view, the Prevent strategy appears to draw a nearly automatic link between extremism and terrorism. (...) Overall, it appears that Prevent is having the opposite of its intended effect: by dividing, stigmatizing and alienating segments of the population, Prevent could end up promoting extremism, rather than countering it.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 872242 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/35/28/ADD.1&Lang=R
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 23 MARCH 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF NORWAY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE :SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)
OP 3 (a) and (b) – Account for/Secure/Physically protect NW, CW and BW, including Related Materials2 Measures to establish domestic controls to prevent the proliferation of NW, CW, BW, and their means of delivery; controls over related materials National legal and/or regulatory framework Enforcement and civil/criminal penalties Remarks X/? (...) Regulation relating to the handling of S /A C .4 4 /2 0 2 1 /1 1 6 /2 7 2 1 -0 5 6 8 6 Measures to establish domestic controls to prevent the proliferation of NW, CW, BW, and their means of delivery; controls over related materials National legal and/or regulatory framework Enforcement and civil/criminal penalties Remarks X/? (...) OP 3 (c) and (d) and related matters from OP 6 – Controls of NW, CW and BW, including Related Materials Border controls and export and trans-shipment controls to prevent the proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and their means of delivery including related materials National legal framework Enforcement and civil/criminal penalties Remarks X/?
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 869580.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=S/AC.44/2021/1&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OF PUNISHMENT ON HIS MISSION TO BRAZIL
Those who absent themselves before torture occurs, when they were able to prevent it or ascertain that it would occur, are subjected to imprisonment for one to four years. (...) Invasive body searches can never be justified on the grounds of aiming to prevent the smuggling of illegal objects, a purpose for which there are less intrusive alternatives. (...) No independent investigation mechanism is in place to prevent cases from simply being filed away. 67.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 868607.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/31/57/ADD.4&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : MICRONESIA : ADDENDUM
A/HRC/16/16/Add.1 GE.11-11774 9 10 Ratify the Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (Canada). 11 Fully accede to the principles of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (Palermo Protocol), with a view to providing effective protection for victims of trafficking and punishing the perpetrators of this crime (Mexico). 12 Accede to the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, and implement the Protocol in its domestic law, with penalties commensurate with this serious crime (New Zealand). 13 Ratify the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and the Members of Their Families, the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and the 1967 Protocol thereto, among other conventions that it has not yet ratified (Ecuador). 14 Initiate a structured public debate, with the participation of nongovernmental organizations, to accelerate its accession to all core international treaties (Hungary). 15 Consider seeking membership in the International Labour Organization with a view to ratifying the Organization’s fundamental Conventions (Brazil). 16 Continue working with State Governments to remove the reservations to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (Australia). 17 Withdraw the reservations to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (Brazil/Spain). 18 Remove the outstanding reservations on articles 2 (f), 5, 11 (1) (d), 11 (2) and 16 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women as a matter of urgency (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). 19 Withdraw its reservations to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and adopt constitutional and legal reforms in conformity with the principles of the Convention, with a view to eliminating all forms of discrimination against women and girl children, which remain in education, employment, the family and political life (Ecuador). 20 Adopt legal and other types of measures for the full implementation of the principles contained in the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, and eliminate Micronesia’s reservations to the Convention, in accordance with the recommendations made by the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (Mexico). 21 Ensure full human rights legal protection throughout Micronesia (Australia). 22 Conduct a comprehensive review of existing legislation, and harmonize law and customary practices in all four states with international standards (Hungary). 23 Eliminate all laws and practices that discriminate against women, and promote equal treatment of girls and boys, including through awareness programmes (Canada). 24 Address any customary practices that are inconsistent with its obligations under international law, and bring its national law relating to women and children into line with its obligations under international human rights law (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). 25 Fully implement legislation related to the rights of women, and explicitly ban marital violence (France). 26 Pass laws at the national and state levels to address domestic violence and other forms of violence against women (Australia). 27 Establish specific laws against domestic violence and the sexual abuse of women in all states in the Federation (New Zealand). 28 Adopt laws against domestic violence and against the sexual abuse of women and children (Slovenia). 29 Pass a comprehensive anti-trafficking law applicable in the Federated States of Micronesia, and promptly ratify the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (United States). A/HRC/16/16/Add.1 10 GE.11-11774 30 Strengthen the legislation in the area of marriage in accordance with the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (Slovakia). 31 Implement the outstanding legislative and administrative reforms required under the Convention on the Rights of the Child, in particular all the necessary measures to prevent and address violence against children and child abuse (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). 32 Adopt legislation against child exploitation and sexual abuse, along with measures to disseminate information about the legislation to the population (Canada). 33 Continue to develop legislation in order to adapt it to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, in particular in areas such as the care of children who are without protection, protection against abuse and sexual exploitation, birth registration, the prohibition of child labour, the minimum age for criminal responsibility and the administration of justice for minors (Spain). 34 Undertake a legal reform on the issues of the neglect, abuse and sexual exploitation of children, the lack of conformity of the birth registration system, the absence of legislation on child labour, and the non-existence of a clear definition of the minimum age for criminal responsibility (Hungary). 35 Adopt labour laws and social security norms in accordance with international protection standards, criminalize sexual abuse, and adequately regulate child labour (Ecuador). 36 Adopt laws banning child labour and define the minimum age for criminal responsibility, in conformity with the provisions of the international norms related to human rights (France). 37 Define the minimum age for criminal responsibility in compliance with international standards (Slovakia). 38 Set a minimum age for criminal responsibility, as well as special procedures for minor offenders (Ecuador). 39 Adopt measures conducive to the creation of a national human rights institution in accordance with the Paris Principles (Mexico). 40 Establish a national human rights institution in cooperation with and with the assistance of the international community (Indonesia). 41 Study the possibility of establishing an independent national human rights institution to promote human rights (Argentina). 42 Implement the national plan of action to promote gender equality and strategies to address gender-based violence (Turkey). 43 Develop advocacy campaigns to raise the level of awareness of the rights of women (New Zealand). 44 Continue to apply plans and strategies for the socio-economic development of the country (Cuba). 45 Ensure that its national programmes in the field of education include human rights education and training (Morocco). 46 Be more regular in submitting reports to treaty bodies and call, if necessary, for technical assistance in this field (France). 47 Report regularly to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women and the Committee on the Rights of the Child (Slovenia). 48 Consider issuing a standing invitation to the Special Rapporteurs (Brazil). 49 Consider extending a standing invitation to all special procedures of the Human Rights Council (Latvia). 50 Take measures to promote the participation of women in the decision-making process (Algeria). 51 Increase efforts to reduce poverty and address existing gender gaps, including political participation, to combat violence against women and to promote equal remuneration in the workplace (Brazil). 52 Include sexual orientation and gender identity as prohibited grounds for discrimination in legislation and equality initiatives (Canada). 53 Include women’s rights in education curricula (Slovenia). A/HRC/16/16/Add.1 GE.11-11774 11 54 Develop a comprehensive national policy, consistent with provisions of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, to guarantee effective gender equality and to combat gender violence, while providing special follow-up to cases of gender violence and studying the reasons why there are so few complaints to the authorities (Spain). 55 Continue implementing measures in its ongoing efforts to eliminate discrimination and all forms of violence against women and children, and, in particular, undertake appropriate measures to prevent and combat ill treatment, sexual abuse and violence against children, as well as rehabilitate child victims (Thailand). 56 Ensure that there is no difference between the acceptable age of marriage for girls and boys in all its territories and that young girls are not subjected to early marriage (New Zealand). 57 Establish effective measures to prevent mistreatment in detention centres and prisons, for example, through human rights training programmes for members of the police (Spain). 58 Take measures to reduce the phenomenon of violence against women (Algeria). 59 Take steps to provide adequate protection against sexual and genderbased violence, while ensuring that assistance is available to victims for their physical and mental rehabilitation (Canada). 60 Make efforts to increase awareness about violence against women and to work proactively to use both judicial and law enforcement tools to reduce such incidences (United States). 61 Initiate a comprehensive study on abuse, ill treatment and domestic violence against women and girls, the results of which can be used as the basis for social programmes to prevent these serious problems (Hungary). 62 Take action to reduce domestic violence and to criminalize it (Chile). 63 Criminalize trafficking in persons, and guarantee the protection and rehabilitation of the victims of trafficking (Ecuador). 64 Take all appropriate measures, including the revision of legislation, the initiation of a comprehensive study on child abuse, ill treatment and domestic violence, to prevent and combat ill treatment within, inter alia, the family and institutions, as well as the sexual abuse of children (Slovakia). 65 Improve services for victims of family violence, including the provision of separate homes for children away from abusive family members, and shelters for women (New Zealand). 66 Intensify measures to prevent and combat mistreatment and sexual abuse against boys and girls in accordance with recommendations by the Committee on the Rights of the Child (Chile). 67 Continue to apply programmes and measures to ensure the enjoyment of the right to education and the right to health (Cuba). 68 Develop and implement awareness programmes about sexual and reproductive health targeting youth (Canada). 69 Continue to develop its economy in accordance with its national conditions, and continue to reduce poverty and empower women as key areas in its human rights protection efforts (China). 70 Continue its efforts regarding access to health, environmental protection and the right to education, calling for technical and financial assistance to accompany the Government’s efforts in these fields (Morocco). 71 Resort to technical assistance provided by international organizations for the effective implementation of international human rights standards set out in the main international instruments to which it is a party (Mexico). 72 Seek technical assistance from the relevant United Nations bodies and involve civil society stakeholders, including human rights non-governmental organizations, in the follow-up to the universal periodic review in addressing the concerns highlighted (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). 73 Seek further cooperation with the international community and relevant United Nations agencies to enhance its technical capacity-building in mitigating the impact of climate change on its efforts to promote and protect human rights within its country (Thailand).
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 866939.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/16/16/ADD.1&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW - HUNGARY. ADDENDUM - VIEWS ON CONCLUSIONS AND/OR RECOMMENDATIONS, VOLUNTARY COMMITMENTS AND REPLIES PRESENTED BY THE STATE UNDER REVIEW
A/HRC/33/9/Add.1 GE.16-16035 15 110 Continue to enhance access to sexual and reproductive health services for women, in particular women with disabilities, women with low income, women with HIV/AIDS, and women living in the rural areas. 111 Enact laws and legislation aiming at combating human trafficking. 112 Ensure the prosecution and punishment of perpetrators of human trafficking, and provide adequate assistance and protection services to victims. 113 Continue its efforts in order to strengthen the protection of victims of trafficking. 114 Take steps to reduce and prevent trafficking and provide adequate incentives and protection to victims. 115 Take additional measures to combat trafficking in human beings. 116 Intensify efforts to effectively prevent trafficking in women and girls and strengthen measures for the rehabilitation and social integration of victims of trafficking. 117 Take measures to ensure the effective investigation and prosecution of human trafficking cases and establish remedy procedures for the victims. 118 Strengthen mechanisms to prevent the trafficking in boys and girls and provide the support needed for victims of trafficking to be reintegrated into society. 119 Strengthen efforts to provide access to education, labour market and public life for persons with disabilities. 120 Continue the path regarding positive results achieved in ensuring the rights and equal opportunities of persons with disabilities by, inter alia, allocating sufficient resources for the development of an inclusive education system for children with disabilities and providing sufficient and adequate support services in local communities to enable persons with disabilities to live independently. 121 Consolidate programmes to ensure a system of inclusive education for children with disabilities throughout the country. 122 Take further measures to improve access of persons with disabilities to social, economic and cultural life and combat discrimination on the grounds of disability. 123 Adopt measures in order for any health decision to depend upon the free and informed consent of the concerned disabled person. 124 Review all relevant legislations, including the State’s new Fundamental Law to ensure that all persons with disabilities have a right to vote, and that they can participate in political and public life on an equal basis with others. 125 Review legislations to ensure that all persons with disabilities have a right to vote, and that they can participate in political and public life. 126 Adopt and implement a comprehensive strategy and action plan to tackle discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. 127 Adopt a strategy and a comprehensive plan of action to counter discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. 128 Take comprehensive measures to counter discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity. 129 Fight against discrimination based on the origin, gender and sexual orientation, by continuing its efforts in the implementation of the existing instruments. 130 Adopt a comprehensive strategy in order to combat discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. 131 Provide adequate resources and functional independence to the Equal Treatment Authority. 132 Adopt measures to comply with provisions of the new Constitution including on combating discrimination and ensuring equal participation in political and public affairs by all citizens. 133 Enact comprehensive legislation that fully guarantees the application of the principle of non-discrimination and to ensure the full enjoyment of all human rights by every member of society. 134 Provide the national mechanism for the promotion of gender equality of adequate human and financial resources to enable it to effectively fulfil its mandate. 135 Continue efforts in following up and monitoring any discrimination based on sex, race or any other form. 136 Children’s Centres, Tanoda network, Integrated Pedagogical System, For the Road program, Network of Christian Roma Vocational Boarding Schools. (...) Numerous measures/programs for the Roma women are in place: Woman is the chance, Roma girls (preventing early school leaving), support Roma women NGOs, improving the health of Roma girls and decreasing the likelihood of their victimization, the Network of Family, Equal Opportunity and Volunteer Houses will be upheld continuously with the primary aim of promoting social tolerance and diversity. 137 Continue to implement National Social Inclusion Strategy. 138 Take all the necessary measures to fully implement the National Social Inclusion Strategy. 139 Take effective measures to address the needs of women belonging to minorities, such as Roma women, in order to eliminate all forms of discrimination against them. 140 Address the discriminatory situation of women belonging to minorities, including Roma women. 141 Continue the implementation of Roma integration policies in all social economic cultural political and educational sectors. 142 Implement a comprehensive plan of action envisaged to protect the rights and improve the life conditions of women and children pertaining to ethnic minorities. 143 Step up the efforts to combat all forms of discrimination and favour equality of opportunities and treatment, with special care and attention to those who are in a more vulnerable situation, such as persons belonging to the Roma community. 144 Undertake further steps to promote efforts to overcome residual social discrimination against Roma and other ethnic minorities. 145 Intensify efforts to combat discrimination and ill-treatment of Roma and eliminate segregation of Roma girls in the educational system. 146 Include specific components in public policies and budgets to address the needs of persons belonging to minorities, including Roma women and children. 147 Adopt more policies and allocate more resources specifically directed towards Roma women and children. 148 Take further steps to address root causes that affect the rights of women belonging to disadvantaged groups. 149 Take effective steps to end discrimination against Roma in education , health, employment, housing and access to services with a special focus on ending continued segregation of Roma children at schools. 150 Step up efforts to effectively prevent and combat discrimination of persons belonging to national minorities, in particular regarding their access to education and health care. 151 Take further steps to eliminate discrimination against the Roma population, especially in the field of education, health, employment, housing and access to services. 152 Take measures to prevent and eliminate racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and others. 153 European Commission for Democracy through Law. 154 Ensure that, in the context of the new legislation adopted in 2011, following the UPR 2011 recommendations, the self-governments truly represent the persons of national minorities on whose behalf they act. 155 Take all necessary measures to eliminate racial discrimination and segregation of Roma in education. 156 Step up efforts to address discrimination and social exclusion faced by persons belonging to the Roma minority with particular emphasis on integrated schooling and social housing. 157 Continue to pay special attention to issues related to the elimination of discrimination of the Roma who study in the education system. 158 Continue its efforts to integrate the adult Roma population in the labour market and the Roma children and young people in the regular education system. 159 Take measures to eliminate any discrimination and segregation in the education system against Roma children. 160 Take resolute measures to put an end, without further delay, to the continuing segregation of Roma children at school. 161 Take active measures to prevent actual segregation of Roma students in public and private schools. (...) All Government agencies are open and ready for close cooperation with the Jewish organisations. 167 Violent hate crime (§ 216), inciting hatred against a community (§ 332), denial in public of the crimes committed by the National Socialist or Communist regimes (§ 333). 168 Take effective measures to ensure the Hungarian National Police and the hate -crimes expert net improve the enforcement of laws against hate crimes, including by allocating sufficient resources; undertaking thorough investigations and prosecution; and by providing training for the front-line law enforcement. 169 Protect persons who are marginalized and most vulnerable from intolerance, xenophobia, and other forms of discrimination. 170 Carry out the work to eliminate expressions of hatred, racial and religious discrimination. 171 Intensify national efforts to prevent and eliminate all manifestations of anti -Semitism and take resolute measures to condemn hate speech, including against Roma. 172 Take action against the worrying increase and public use of hate speech, most often addressed at migrants, asylum seekers but also civil society organizations and vulnerable groups. 173 Apply effectively policies against racism and hate speech. 174 Implement effectively its legislation and policies against hate speech and hate crimes with particular focus on the human rights protection of Roma, Jews, LGBTIs and other vulnerable groups. 175 Identify efforts to combat all forms of discrimination and to ensure that hate crimes motivated by racism, xenophobia or other forms of discrimination are effectively investigated and perpetrators are brought to justice. 176 Enhance inter-ethnic, inter-religious, and inter-cultural understanding within the society, and ensure access to justice for victims of racial hatred or violence. 177 Further strengthen measures to combat hate speech and hate crime. 178 Strengthen measures to avoid hate speeches of all kinds in political messages and in the media. 179 Combat hate speech and statements stigmatizing refugees and asylum seekers. 180 Prevent and combat racism and hate speech, including through human rights education and training, and by promoting tolerance. 181 Enhance its efforts to prevent and root out all kind of national and ethnic intolerance, as well as condemn any incitement to ethnic and religious hatred and hate speech against the Roma in particular. 182 Implement strategies aimed at tackling hate speech and xenophobia in all its forms. 183 Continue to fight anti-Semitism, and to oppose any attempt to relativize or rehabilitate anti- Semite policies in the past and present. 184 Continue to strengthen measures to promote tolerance and respect for cultural diversity and to counter prejudice, stereotypes, discrimination, racism and Islamophobia. 185 Continue efforts to sensitize the public to combat discrimination on all grounds online to ensure that all rights are respected. 186 Adopt a hate crime investigation protocol and ensure that victims of hate crimes have effective access to the mechanisms of justice and redress.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 863948.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/HRC/33/9/ADD.1&Lang=R
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