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Article 10. — Salvadoran criminal law shall also apply to offences committed by any person in a place not subject to Salvadoran jurisdiction, provided that they impair legal rights internationally protected by specific agreements or rules of international law or entail a serious breach of universally recognized human rights. (...) The reform is based on the provisions of the Constitution of the Republic that recognize the human person as the origin and purpose of the activity of the State, which is organized to attain justice, legal certainty and the common good, and, furthermore, recognize that every person has the right to physical and psychological integrity. (...) Its inclusion under that title could bring about the future application of the principle of universal jurisdiction in specific cases, since it is now possible to link it to legal rights protected internationally, in this case, in the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, as well as to the violation of universally recognized rights such as the right to personal integrity.
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Score: 896150.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...iJuri/El%20Salvador%20_Eng.pdf
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According to article 24 of the CRPD, "States parties recognize the right of persons with disabilities to education. (...) Article 19 Living independently and being included in the community: States Parties recognize the equal right of all persons with disabilities to live in the community, with choices equal to others, and shall take effective and appropriate measures to facilitate full enjoyment by persons with disabilities of this right and their full inclusion and participation in the community. (...) Article 25 Health: States Parties recognize that persons with disabilities have the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health without discrimination on the basis of disability.
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Score: 892776.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...PD/DGD/2015/BackgroundNote.doc
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The Government refers to the following two interpretative declarations made by Norway upon ratification of the Convention: Article 12 “Norway recognizes that persons with disabilities enjoy legal capacity on an equal basis with others in all aspects of life. Norway also recognizes its obligations to take appropriate measures to provide access by persons with disabilities to the support they may require in exercising their legal capacity. (...) Articles 14 and 25 “Norway recognizes that all persons with disabilities enjoy the right to liberty and security of person, and a right to respect for physical and mental integrity on an equal basis with others.
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Score: 891461.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...s/CRPD/GC/Equality/Norway.docx
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They have unique insight from long-term observation, of caring personal relationships with their family member who has a disability, it is essential to recognize this knowledge. Family members are often crucial to the inclusion and protection of rights of persons with intellectual disabilities and underscore the value of the lived experience of families of persons with intellectual disabilities. 3. (...) This definition of family is broader than the traditional criteria of the parents of persons with intellectual disabilities because it encompasses natural scenarios where the parents of persons with intellectual disabilities pass away.
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Score: 891430.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Bodies/CRPD/DraftGC7/CACL.docx
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Ad ref 6 Resolution 48/134, annex. 16. We recognize the important role played by the Inter-Agency Coordination Group against Trafficking in Persons in the United Nations system, and recognize with appreciation the ongoing efforts of its member entities, to respond to trafficking in persons. (...) In this regard: Ad ref a. We recognize that refugees and migrants in large movements face greater risk of trafficking in persons, including forced labor. (...) Ad ref 24. We recognize the need for a multidisciplinary approach based on respect for all human rights, to combating trafficking in human organs and trafficking in persons for the purpose of organ removal.
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Score: 891215.4 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/wp-c...ration-on-TIP.-For-Silence.pdf
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These principles shall also apply, as appropriate, to persons who exercise the functions of lawyers without having the formal status of lawyers. (...) Lawyers, in protecting the rights of their clients and in promoting the cause of justice, shall seek to uphold human rights and fundamental freedoms recognized by national and international law and shall at all times act freely and diligently in accordance with the law and recognized standards and ethics of the legal profession. 15. (...) No court or administrative authority before whom the right to counsel is recognized shall refuse to recognize the right of a lawyer to appear before it for his or her client unless that lawyer has been disqualified in accordance with national law and practice and in conformity with these principles. 20.
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Score: 888731.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/instr.../basic-principles-role-lawyers
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We realize that the contribution of growing numbers of older persons - as both consumers and producers - to economic and social innovation and development is not universally recognized. (...) We see a need to strengthen social cohesion in our societies by recognizing the potential of older persons and promoting opportunities for them to participate in society and the economy. 10. (...) We stand together in reaffirming the commitment to designing and implementing integrated policies for active and healthy ageing, where older persons are continuously recognized as an asset for a sustainable and inclusive society for all ages. 11.
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Score: 886178.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...on_Ministerial_Declaration.pdf
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Reaffirms the need to recognize and promote all forms of volunteerism as an issue that involves and benefits all segments of society, including children, young persons, older persons, persons with disabilities, minorities and immigrants and those who remain excluded for social or economic reasons; 6. Recognizes that volunteering, in particular at the community level, will help to achieve the internationally agreed development goals, including those contained in the United Nations Millennium Declaration;4 7. Also recognizes the importance of supportive legislative and fiscal frameworks for the growth and development of volunteerism, and encourages Governments to enact such measures; 8.
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Score: 885388.6 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...t/files/A%20RES%2060%20134.pdf
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To recognize the importance of achieving durable solutions for refugees and, in particular, the need to address the fundamental root causes of refugee displacement, in order to avoid new refugee flows. 5. (...) To promote the values of solidarity, respect, tolerance and multiculturalism, underscoring the non-political and humanitarian nature of the protection of refugees, internally displaced persons and stateless persons, and recognizing their rights and obligations as well as their positive contributions to society. 9. To recognize the importance of greater opportunities for regular migration and policies that respect the human rights of migrants, regardless of their migration status, for preserving the space for refugee protection. 10.
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Score: 883783.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/4cdd3fac6.pdf
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For instance, article 12 of the Convention explicitly recognizes that States have an obligation to provide persons with disabilities with access to support in the exercise of their legal capacity. (...) [footnoteRef:5] [4: E/1995/22, para. 33.] [5: CRC/C/GC/9, para 14(a).] Support to persons with disabilities has been further recognized in regional human rights instrument. (...) [footnoteRef:6] The draft Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities also explicitly recognizes support as necessary measure to enable the realisation of the rights of persons with disabilities.
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Score: 883181.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...onSupport/Background-note.docx
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