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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF, HEINER BIELEFELDT : ADDENDUM
As previously mentioned, recognized Christian communities have their own independent ecclesiastical tribunals, which operate on the basis of their version of canon law. (...) With increasing degrees of gravity, this affects members of non-recognized Christian denominations, the Baha’is and converts from Islam to Christianity or another religion. (...) Nonetheless, the members of non-recognized Christian denominations with whom he spoke complained of discriminatory treatment.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES : ADDENDUM
For all companies, the prohibitions are often recognized in concert. Several also hold their supply chain to these prohibitions specifically. 31. (...) The right to rest and leisure is recognized by approximately 30 percent of the companies. (...) By sector, the right is most often recognized in the IT, Electronics Telecommunications and the Retail Consumer Products sectors, with 30 percent recognition in each.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT IN THE FIELD OF CULTURAL RIGHTS, FARIDA SHAHEED : ADDENDUM
Moreover, this precludes any new group from being recognized as an autochthonous community, effectively blocking the possibility of providing other minority groups with the entitlements now afforded to recognized indigenous groups. (...) ORF has established a medium wave radio service in languages of the recognized national minorities, airing programmes in Croat, Hungarian and Czech. (...) In this regard, the Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities has stressed that Austria should “pursue a flexible approach with regard to criteria such as the length of established presence of a group of persons belonging to a national minority in the country to be recognized as an ethnic group and ensure that the resulting approach takes into account existing calls for inclusion of additional groups in the protection of the Framework Convention”.55 The Co
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 7 SEPTEMBER 2021 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Beyond concessional finance and debt relief, the region needed innovative financing sources to build a platform for a robust and resilient society. It was recognized that debt sustainability and food and nutrition security was a critical and pressing issue for the Community. (...) The need for a regional approach towards developing local capacity for specialized training was emphasized. The meeting recognized the need to support the CARICOM Human Resource Development Strategy to prevent brain drain and to consider the different UN human capacity development supporting initiatives offered by its agencies such as UNICEF, ICAO, and others. (...) The Caribbean was the most tourism- dependent region in the world, and, with tourism infrastructure located mostly in the coastal zone, countries were extremely vulnerable to climate-induced disasters. Participants recognized the relevance of the revision of the Caribbean Regional Strategy on Climate Change and Development.
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL OFFICIAL RECORDS, RESUMED 20TH SESSION : 899TH (CLOSING) MEETING, THURSDAY, 15 DECEMBER 1955, NEW YORK
It had also ·been officially recognized by sixty-two States, including all the States represented on the Council, and was a member of almost all the specialized agencies. (...) The Netherlands Government had not recognized the German Democratic Republic as a sovereign State, and ECE was an organization of independent, sovereign States. 32. (...) The Soviet representative had refuted the arguments of a juridical nature which they had advanced. It should be recognized by all that two States existed in Germany at the current time, and the application of the German Democratic Republic should be judged by the same criteria as that of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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REPORT OF THE WORKSHOP ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, PRIVATE SECTOR NATURAL RESOURCE, ENERGY AND MINING COMPANIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS, GENEVA, 5-7 DECEMBER 2001
At the national level, she further recognized that advances had been made in many countries. (...) The right to ownership of indigenous peoples is being recognized by the ILO Convention 169 and the Convention on Biological Diversity. (...) As such, the industry participants recognized that mining companies can also be used as a lever by indigenous peoples against the Government. 45.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF, HEINER BIELEFELDT : ADDENDUM
A/HRC/28/66/Add.2 4 GE.15-01419 recognized religions is about 24 million out of a population of almost 90 million. (...) While the majority of Vietnamese do not belong to one of the officially recognized religious communities, they may nonetheless — occasionally or regularly — practise certain traditional rituals, usually referred to in Viet Nam under the term “belief”. (...) According to article 16 of the Ordinance, organizations have to meet a number of criteria in order to obtain the status of a legally recognized religious organization.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF ON HIS MISSION TO ALBANIA
A review of agreements signed between the Government and the five recognized religious communities reveals that each agreement is somewhat unique (though many provisions are similar in nature). (...) As previously noted, the State has recognized and entered into agreements (via the Council of Ministers) with five religious communities in Albania, pursuant to article 10 of the Constitution. (...) More specifically, article 10 of the Constitution appears to create legal differentiation — or perhaps a hierarchy — between religious organizations recognized under the country’s Non-profit Organization Law (No. 8788) and those recognized as religious communities and allowed to enter into agreements with the State.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON MINORITY ISSUES, GAY MCDOUGALL : ADDENDUM
Community elected Muftis in Xanthi and Komotini, in turn, are not recognized by the government. Consequently they have been prosecuted under the Penal Code for usurping functions of a religious minister. (...) Marriages conducted by the elected Mufti are not legally recognized and subsequently must be officially registered with the municipality. (...) The Macedonian language is not recognized, taught, or a language of tuition in schools. 42.
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PROPOSAL ON CLEANER OR LESS GREENHOUSE GAS-EMITTING ENERGY :SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Uzbekistan 39 - 3- PAPER NO. 1: AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIAN SUBMISSION ON STRUCTURE AND SCOPE OF PROPOSED WORKSHOP ON CLEANER OR LESS GREENHOUSE GAS EMITTING ENERGY At the sixth Conference of the Parties (COP6 (bis)), the Conference of the Parties (COP) “recognized that cleaner or less greenhouse-gas-emitting energy, emphasizing renewables, hydro, geothermal and natural gas, can promote global environmental benefits to meet the objectives of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol and optimize the uptake of cleaner of less greenhouse-gas-emitting energy” and accepted an offer by the Canadian Government to host an informal meeting to discuss this issue. (...) - 6 - PAPER NO. 2: CANADA STRUCTURE AND SCOPE OF THE WORKSHOP ON CLEANER OR LESS GHG-EMITTING ENERGY Submission of the Government of Canada February 2002 The second part of the sixth Conference of the Parties (CoP 6 (bis)) “recognized that cleaner or less greenhouse gas-emitting energy, emphasizing renewables, hydro, geothermal and natural gas, can promote global environmental benefits to meet the objectives of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol and optimize the uptake of cleaner of less greenhouse gas-emitting energy”. (...) In Bonn, the Conference of the Parties, (FCCC/CP/2001/CRP.13), “recognized that cleaner or less greenhouse gas-emitting energy, emphasizing renewables, hydro, geothermal and natural gas, can promote global environmental benefits to meet the objectives of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol and optimize the uptake of cleaner of less greenhouse gas-emitting energy”.
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