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NOTE VERBALE DATED 16 MARCH 2012 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF YEMEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
• The committee confirmed that it is determined to finalize all its functions and programs in order to restore normal life in the country. (...) The resolution stipulates that a committee shall be formed to draw plans, programs and budgets for the reconstruction of government buildings and constructions affected by the crisis and finalize the survey of the remaining buildings to include them in these plans and programs. (...) Some government and non-government entities implemented some programs for rehabilitation and reintegration of children affected by armed conflicts.
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE RWANDA: NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The NCHR welcomes the positive development in Rwanda since its first review in 2011 such as the implementation of the recommendations pertaining to economic, social and cultural rights, women's rights, child's rights, HIV/AIDS, right to health, vulnerable group towards various programs including Vision 2020 EDPRS I and II, 7 Year of the Program of the Government of Rwanda and other programs aimed at poverty reduction, performance contracts.
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Technical Review of the Program Priorities of the Least Developed Countries Fund ............................................ 31 5. (...) Currently, new projects and programs are financed only through the LDCF and the SCCF. (...) The GEF continues to be responsive to COP guidance by incorporating it into its CCM and CCA strategies, in approving CCM and CCA projects and programs, and by adapting its policies and procedures.
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UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUND : REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD (13-24 JANUARY 1964)
Problems que plantea la ejecucidn de los programs. . 10-20 6 Ayuda bilateral 21 y ! Opiniones de los miembros de la Junta 22-25 9 Orden de prioridades 2 k 12 III. (...) La lista de los que asistieron a las sesiones figura en el anexo I de este informe. Programa v documentacion En el programa (lCEF/V73/Rev.2), tal como qued6 aprobado, figuraban los siguientes temas: 1. (...) Sin embargo, no obstante todas las dificultades previstas e imprevistas, el programs global de erradicacidn del paludismo habla progresado constantemente.
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LETTER DATED 12 SEPTEMBER 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CHINA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
China will, in view of the urgent needs of African countries, continue to provide food aid, and is assured of the support and cooperation from the African side in this regard. 3.1.2 China supports Africa’s agricultural modernization and will help Africa upgrade the industry and agricultural infrastructure, increase agricultural productivity and the value added of agro-products, improve Africa’s ability to ensure food security, invest in testing and adaptation of machines to African conditions, establish African dealerships capable of after-sale support and service, support township and village industries’ development, promote inclusive growth and shared prosperity and support Africa in achieving general food security by 2030. 3.1.3 China will work with Africa to formulate and implement a program of action to promote China-Africa cooperation on agricultural modernization, implement 50 agricultural assistance programs, provide RMB 1 billion of emergency humanitari an food assistance to African countries affected by natural disasters, send 500 senior agriculture experts to Africa, and train entrepreneurs in agri -business. 3.1.4 In view of the challenges in Africa on food security and the need for increase in food production, China supports Africa in enhancing productive capacity in agriculture which comprises promotion of high-tech food production and A/72/198 18-15649 12/30 agro-processing. (...) Africa appreciates China’s efforts in carrying out agricultural technology capacity services, implementing senior agriculture technician exchange programs, training young leaders in agricultural development, carrying out cooperation in such areas as scientific research, technical training, and technology transfer, and supporting Africa in building a whole agricultural value chain from production, processing to marketing. (...) China will support African countries in their marine capacity building by providing technical support and training programs. 3.5.6 China supports Africa in the capacity-building of maritime law-enforcement and environment protection to ensure the security of maritime resources and promote maritime development and cooperation and the promotion of sustainable approaches that are environmentally, socially and economically effective through the Blue Economy. 3.6 Tourism 3.6.1 China welcomes more African countries to become destinations for Chinese tour groups.
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A/HRC/21/17/Add.1 4 GE.12-17255 Present position: Managing Director, Multi-Talent Consultancy Plc Years within the firm: 6 years Key qualifications: More than 20 years professional experience as consultant in the area of natural resources and environment, land administration and land rights, civil society and international trade, and as lecturer in water law, water rights and governance and environmental law and policy in the graduate programs of the Law Faculty and College of Development Studies of the Addis Ababa University ; Long-standing experience in evaluation of national, intergovernmental, civil society programs/projects Significant experience in working in a multicultural environment in several countries in Africa, Europe and the United States; Significant experience as a team leader and manager in multi-country and national level consultancy projects; Experience in providing training, capacity building and institutional development More than 8 years academic experience as a teacher in international water law, environmental law and water rights and governance at graduate level and supervising master’s thesis Long standing experience representing Ethiopia as a negotiator in the Nile Basin and in international environmental negotiations; Significant experience in moderating, facilitating and conducting interactive discussions at both the national and international levels; Excellent research and writing skills.
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REPORT OF THE AD HOC COMMITTEE ON THE INDIAN OCEAN
.• • Nivel de.participaci6n Lugar de ce1ebraci6n Programa de la confarencia Fecha y duraci6n Participaci6n • • • • .. (...) Madagascarhabia indicado que, sila'conf'erencia se celebraba en mU de una etapa, estarfadispuesto a ser hueKped de la primera de ~lla.s. 1). Programs. de la. conferellcia 12. ". El pro~ama d~-' laconferenCladependerJ:a de sus PJ'OpOSitoE;, tales co~ ~ian determinadoB por 1013 Estados riberenos e interiores. . (...) ,d()s habi~ s'Uger~d() q\le el Comit~ Esp~~ial de:J..09f~Qln(J.icoQ.1,1D comite p:rep~~torio propusier~Unp~ogramaprovisiona+~ Entl"e i_~~h.p sU8lSrencias referentes alas temas del programs. t'igurfUOOn l$l\.'i sigUientes:' . . . .
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LETTERS DATED 12 JUNE 1956 ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL BY THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF GREECE TO THE UNITED NATIONS
., a. petici6n del Real Gobierno de Grecia., incluirlo en el programs de su noveno per!odo de sesione~. Se puso termino a las del:l.be1~aciones sobre el fondo de la cuesti6n cua.ndo se · ' . (...) Por 28 votos contra 22 y 10 abstenciones, la Asamblea General decidi6 no incluir el tema. en su programs. Sin embargo, de las explicaciones dadas por diver- sas delegaciones acerca del verdadero sentido de su voto, se ha puesto en evidencia que la decis16n de la Asamblea'General tiene este doble significado: a) El Gcbierno del Reino Unido se compromete a buscar al problems, mediante negociaciones ~acificas, una soluci6n Justa y equitativa. b) En vista de esta promesa del Reino Unido, muchas delegaciones votaron en contra de la inclus.i6n del tema en el programs per abrigar serias dudas I acerca de la conveniencia de celebrar .. en ese entonces un debate publico, y deseando asegurar que todos los factores existentes de buena voluntad y entendimiento pudieran contribuir a un arreglo pacifico de la cuesti6n. 3.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY PERSONS WITH ALBINISM ON THE REGIONAL ACTION PLAN ON ALBINISM IN AFRICA (2017<U+2013>2021) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Particular focus on women with albinism and mothers of children with albinism 4 Social welfare schemes should include PWA State I to L Social welfare programs, legal aid, poverty alleviation programs etc. 5 Monitoring and Reporting – support the work of civil society State & all stakeholders I to L Support civil society with resources. Include them in all processes & programs relating to them. Allow civil society space C.
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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 NETWORK OF AFRICAN NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
African National Human Rights Institutions Participants at the Seventh Conference of African National Human Rights Institutions, convening in Rabat, Morocco, from 3rd to 5th November 2009 under the theme: "Peace and Justice: Role of National Human Rights Institutions", under the auspices of the Advisory Council for Human Rights of Morocco in cooperation with the Network of African National Human Rights Institutions and with the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), and the Commonwealth Secretariat, noted that the Nairobi Declaration on the role of NHRIs in the Administration of Justice adopted by NHRIs in 2008 underlined the crucial role of NHRIs in relation to access to justice, the judiciary, law enforcement and correctional and detention facilities as part of their contribution to a peaceful and human rights respectful society, The conference recognized the need for comprehensive approach when addressing the legacy of large scale abuses, comprising of investigations and prosecutions, truth seeking processes, reparations programs, and vetting processes; and that any such combination must be in conformity with international legal standards and obligations, and take into account national context; As a result, the conference resolved: a) To promote the inter-dependency of peace and justice, b) To promote and disseminate relevant international and regional human rights instruments and standards, including the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance; and to promote their wide implementation, c) To raise awareness about international instruments and standards as well as best practices relating to transitional justice and combating impunity, d) To raise awareness of transitional justice mechanisms and lessons learned, to engage relevant stakeholders, including civil society and institutional actors in transitional justice discourse, and to mobilize the society’s action in this area, e) To facilitate the national consultations for the establishment of transitional justice mechanisms in close cooperation with other national and international stakeholders, and ensure participation of victims, and other vulnerable or marginalized groups, and make appropriate recommendations to ensure an open and transparent process, f) To engage in information gathering and documenting of human rights abuses, and cooperate with transitional justice mechanisms in investigation of human rights violations, g) To ensure preservation and protection of information on human rights abuses, including through appropriate archiving, A/HRC/13/NI/10 4 GE.10-11357 h) To interact with and reinforce the justice mechanisms and ensure that cases of human rights violations are submitted to the justice system and adequately addressed, i) To cooperate in the design and, as appropriate, in implementation of transitional justice mechanisms, and to ensure the centrality of victims in such processes, j) To ensure that the establishment and operation of any transitional justice mechanism is in compliance with international human rights standards and practices, k) To ensure that the rights of those facing transitional justice mechanisms, including alleged perpetrators and victims, are respected, l) To promote provision of assistance to victims and witnesses participating to transitional justice processes, so they are informed of their rights and responsibilities and have access to medical and psychosocial care; and to promote provision of victims and witness protection; m) To monitor and report on the implementation of the recommendation of transitional justice mechanisms, n) To recommend to the relevant authorities legislative and administrative reforms to ensure their compliance with international standards, and to prevent recurrence of human rights abuses and to restore respect for the rule of law and trust in government institutions, o) To engage and interact with international and regional human rights mechanisms, including by submitting reports, and making statements, and following up of recommendations related to transitional justice and human rights in general, p) To participate in the development and revision of education programs to include aspects on culture of peace, conflicts prevention, tolerance and fight against discrimination and human rights. 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A/HRC/13/NI/10 GE.10-11357 5 Annex Rabat Declaration Seventh Conference of African National Human Rights Institutions Rabat, 3-5 November 2009 Rabat Declaration Participants at the Seventh Conference of African National Human Rights Institutions, convening in Rabat, Morocco, from 3 to 5 November 2009 under the theme: "Peace and Justice: Role of National Human Rights Institutions", under the auspices of the Advisory Council for Human Rights of Morocco in cooperation with the Network of African National Human Rights Institutions and with the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), and the Commonwealth Secretariat, Acknowledging with appreciation the welcome and hospitality of the Government and people of Morocco in the hosting the Seventh Conference, Expressing their warm gratitude to the Advisory Council for Human Rights of Morocco for its notable organization and hosting of the Conference, Expressing their appreciation for the presence at the Conference of the Registrar of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, OHCHR, and the Chair of the International Coordinating Committee of National Human Rights Institutions, Noting with gratitude the continued support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) towards the strengthening of the Permanent Secretariat of the Network, and welcoming the assistance given by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights in hosting it, Reaffirming their commitment to the Kigali Declaration of 10 October 2007 and its attachment to the values enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the United Nations Declaration on the Right of Peoples to Peace (1984), the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance (2007), and various other international instruments concerning human rights to which their States have subscribed and ratified, Recalling the need for all the African national human rights institutions to function independently and in full conformity with the Paris Principles as adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution 48/134 of 20 December 1993, Recalling also that the effective promotion of and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms require that States ratify United Nations instruments concerning human rights, reinforce them and forward periodically, in conformity with these instruments, reports to the respective monitoring committees, Noting that the Nairobi Declaration on the role of NHRIs in the Administration of Justice adopted by NHRIs in 2008 underlined the crucial role of NHRIs in relation to access to justice, the judiciary, law enforcement and correctional and detention facilities as part of their contribution to a peaceful and human rights respectful society, Convinced that justice, peace and democracy are mutually reinforcing imperatives and that accountability is an important aspect for preventing future violations, A/HRC/13/NI/10 6 GE.10-11357 Concerned by the recurrence of armed conflict in many African countries, and the crackdowns on democracy resulting from the lack of accountability and existence of impunity which further represent threats against peace, Recognizing the need for comprehensive approach when addressing the legacy of large scale abuses, comprising of investigations and prosecutions, truth-seeking processes, reparations programs, and vetting processes; and that any such combination must be in conformity with international legal standards and obligations, and take into account national context; Recognizing the important role NHRIs, especially those in line with the Paris Principles, have been playing in transitional justice processes, in order to ensure accountability, serve justice and achieve reconciliation, and considering that this role could be further strengthened, Recognizing the need to address the root-causes of conflict, and to ensure the protection and fulfilment of all rights, including economic, social and cultural rights, Recognizing the need to promote political and economic good governance as the basis of a peaceful democratic society, Aware of all the above issues concerning human rights, 1. Resolved: a) To promote the inter-dependency of peace and justice, b) To promote and disseminate relevant international and regional human rights instruments and standards, including the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance; and to promote their wide implementation, c) To raise awareness about international instruments and standards as well as best practices relating to transitional justice and combating impunity, d) To raise awareness of transitional justice mechanisms and lessons learned, to engage relevant stakeholders, including civil society and institutional actors in transitional justice discourse, and to mobilize the society’s action in this area, e) To facilitate the national consultations for the establishment of transitional justice mechanisms in close cooperation with other national and international stakeholders, and ensure participation of victims, and other vulnerable or marginalized groups, and make appropriate recommendations to ensure an open and transparent process, f) To engage in information gathering and documenting of human rights abuses, and cooperate with transitional justice mechanisms in investigation of human rights violations, g) To ensure preservation and protection of information on human rights abuses, including through appropriate archiving, h) To interact with and reinforce the justice mechanisms and ensure that cases of human rights violations are submitted to the justice system and adequately addressed, i) To cooperate in the design and, as appropriate, in implementation of transitional justice mechanisms, and to ensure the centrality of victims in such processes, j) To ensure that the establishment and operation of any transitional justice mechanism is in compliance with international human rights standards and practices, A/HRC/13/NI/10 GE.10-11357 7 k) To ensure that the rights of those facing transitional justice mechanisms, including alleged perpetrators and victims, are respected, l) To promote provision of assistance to victims and witnesses participating to transitional justice processes, so they are informed of their rights and responsibilities and have access to medical and psychosocial care; and to promote provision of victims and witness protection; m) To monitor and report on the implementation of the recommendation of transitional justice mechanisms, n) To recommend to the relevant authorities legislative and administrative reforms to ensure their compliance with international standards, and to prevent recurrence of human rights abuses and to restore respect for the rule of law and trust in government institutions, o) To engage and interact with international and regional human rights mechanisms, including by submitting reports, and making statements, and following up of recommendations related to transitional justice and human rights in general, p) To participate in the development and revision of education programs to include aspects on culture of peace, conflicts prevention, tolerance and fight against discrimination and human rights.
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