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VISIT TO THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND - REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTREME POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Local authorities cut net spending on services in real terms by 19 per cent from 2010–2011 to 2016–2017 and focused remaining spending on statutorily mandated social care and child protection services, demand for which has increased.50 The leader of one city council explained that while being forced to cut preventive services, local governments have faced increased demands for even costlier crisis interventions. Between 2011–2012 and 2016–2017, cash-strapped local authorities reduced spending on preventive housing services by £590 million or 46 per cent, but increased crisis spending on housing by £360 million or 58 per cent.51 42. (...) This figure excludes spending on schools and public health. 51 Adam Tinson, Carla Ayrton and Issy Petrie, A Quiet Crisis: Local Government Spending on Disadvantage in England, New Policy Institute and Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, September 2018, p. 29. 52 Patrick Butler, “Task force to be sent to protect vulnerable children in Northamptonshire”, Guardian, 13 November 2018. 53 National Accounting Office, “Financial sustainability of local authorities 2018,” pp. 10–11. 54 Gavin Aitchison, “Compassion in crisis: how do people in poverty stay afloat in times of emergency?”
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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY CHRISTIAN AID
El informe de 2013 de Government Spending Watch, titulado “Putting progress at risk? MDG spending in developing countries”, pone de relieve determinadas inquietudes que se plantean en el plano nacional. El informe señala que si bien se están utilizando con eficacia los presupuestos dedicados a las cuestiones de género en algunos países, entre ellos Rwanda, Bangladesh y la India, actualmente no hay metas convenidas en el plano mundial ni cálculos sobre gastos en cuestiones de género, en tanto los fondos destinados por los organismos que se ocupan del empoderamiento y los derechos de las mujeres representan solamente el 0,4% del producto interno bruto (PIB) y menos del 0,2% en algunos países.
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THE RIGHT TO FOOD :REPORT : ADDENDUM / BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD, JEAN ZIEGLER, SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS RESOLUTION 2000/10
The Special Rapporteur urges Prefeito Carvalho to implement this plan. The Special Rapporteur was also impressed by the work of many other organizations across Brazil. (...) The World Bank estimates that only 14 per cent of social spending goes to the poorest.40 Spending on the programmes that benefit the poorest (bolsa alimentaçao, etc.) is very low. (...) Strong resistance from Brazil’s elite and middle-classes to social spending reform makes it difficult to reorient social spending towards the poor, perpetuating and deepening existing social inequalities.
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EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT POLICIES AND FOREIGN DEBT ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS :REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY BERNARDS MUDHO, INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT POLICIES AND FOREIGN DEBT ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS
Generally, the intention of the Government is to gradually curtail overall spending while increasing expenditures on social needs. (...) In the years following independence, public resources available for health care collapsed with the withdrawal of subsidies from Moscow, and public spending on health steadily declined in relation to GDP. (...) One important dimension that the Government has begun addressing is to reduce the inequitable allocation of public spending on health. It is encouraging to note that the health sector reform programme has been expanded to cover large cities such as Bishkek and Osh where per capita spending on health is as much as two times higher than the rest of the country.
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Puntuación: 1120626.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=E/CN.4/2005/42/ADD.1&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN DEBT AND OTHER RELATED INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STATES ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, JUAN BOHOSLAVSKY - MISSION TO ICELAND
In early 2013, the Ministry of the Interior drafted a National Action Plan on Human Rights, which included the establishment of a human rights institution. However, to date, the plan has not yet been submitted to the Parliament. (...) By 2013, overall government spending had returned roughly to pre-crisis levels.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTREME POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS ON HIS MISSION TO SAUDI ARABIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
However, they do not yet add up to a coherent or comprehensive plan to achieve social protection for all those in need. (...) According to the authoritative Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) database, Saudi Arabia spent 13.7 per cent of its GDP on military expenditure in 2015, which equals US$ 2,778 per capita.27 In meetings with government officials, the Special Rapporteur was told that the 2016 social security budget of Saudi Arabia was around SRI 31 billion, which is only 15 per cent of the SRI 205 billion that Saudi Arabia acknowledges spending on the military in 2016.28 Independent observers suggest that the figure is actually much higher, and that social spending is less than 10 per cent of defence spending.29 In a context of vast and relatively reliable oil revenues, lavish military spending might be seen to be less problematic. (...) A/HRC/35/26/Add.3 12 GE.17-06857 equitable, sustainable and community-supported economic and social structures, social spending will need to be accorded much higher priority.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE PROMOTION OF A DEMOCRATIC AND EQUITABLE INTERNATIONAL ORDER
Thorpe, The American Warfare State: The Domestic Politics of Military Spending (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2014). (...) formurl=document/press/pc26.html. 16 Los Alamos National Laboratory, véase www.lanl.gov/index.php; http://energy.gov/articles/top-10- things-you-didnt-know-about-los-alamos-national-laboratory. 17 Véase International Peace Bureau, "Opportunity costs: military spending and the UN’s development agenda" (Ginebra, 2012), definición de gasto militar en la pág. 15. (...) El desarme no es una promesa hecha a la ligera, sino un compromiso asumido en virtud del artículo 26 de la Carta de las Naciones Unidas, que estipula: "A fin de promover el establecimiento y mantenimiento de la paz y la seguridad internacionales con la menor desviación posible de los recursos humanos y económicos del mundo hacia los armamentos, el Consejo de Seguridad tendrá a su cargo la elaboración de planes que se someterán a los Miembros de las Naciones Unidas para el establecimiento de un sistema de regulación de los armamentos".
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN DEBT AND OTHER RELATED INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STATES ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, CEPHAS LUMINA : ADDENDUM
Despite their limitations, these schemes have afforded some heavily indebted poor countries fiscal space to increase spending on basic social services such as health and education. (...) In this context, foreign assistance provides much of the budget revenue and funds for capital spending, sustaining a large portion of the country’s economy. 40. (...) However, there is widespread concern that a recent freeze on public sector spending (including a halt in recruitments and wage spending) may be linked to fiscal requirements of this programme and that such policy may undermine the efforts of development partners to build the human resources capacity of the Government.
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RPT IE FOREIGN DEBT - MISSION TO GREECE
The Government used its enhanced access to cheap credit (as a member State of the European Monetary Union, or euro zone) to fund public spending and offset the country’s low tax revenues.18 It also borrowed to pay for imports that were not offset by tariffs or exports. (...) , Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 2010, pp. 1-2. 16 Between 2000 and 2007, military spending reached 3 per cent of GDP – the highest in Europe. 17 Nicole Itano, “As Olympic glow fades, Athens questions $15 billion cost”, Christian Science Monitor, 21 July 2008. (...) Greece, Complaint No. 76/2012, Decision on merits, 7 December 2012, para. 78. 60 Overall spending on insurance and assistance-based family benefits fell dramatically from around €1.6 billion in 2009 to €900 million by 2011.
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Puntuación: 1064331.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/25/50/ADD.1&Lang=S
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VISIT TO LEBANON - REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTREME POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS, OLIVIER DE SCHUTTER
Pre-crisis inequality and poor public spending ..................................................................... 13 C. (...) They include devising an economic recovery plan centred on social justice by acknowledging and distributing the Banque du Liban losses fairly and transparently; increasing and improving spending on social protection and public services as key investments in the country’s future; addressing wealth inequality by reforming the tax system for a better redistributive impact and less fraud and avoidance; and reforming the electricity sector to ingrain transparency and fair pricing systems. (...) Although they can attend afternoon-shift classes in public schools, as part of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education plan entitled “Reaching All Children with Education”, structural barriers prevent them from accessing quality education.
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