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LETTER DATED 2010/09/22 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CAMBODIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Those include: • Sub-decree No. 83 on Land Registration for Indigenous Community’s land • Instruction No. 03 on temporary stay dated May 2010 • Sub-Decree No. 118 on the management of State land and instruction dated November 8, 2007 on the programs for the distribution of social land concessions; • Instruction No. 02 dated February 26, 2007 on the issue of illegal grabbing of State land; • Land registration procedure The Royal Government of Cambodia has placed land issues as one of its most important agendas and is committed to solving land issues in a comprehensive manner as it will indeed have great impacts on poverty reduction programme being carried through the implementation of national development and rectangular strategy Phase II in order to make sure that land distribution and retribution are made available to people who are in real needs, in particular for the poor and vulnerable people. Housing Policy is being drafted with the long term vision, which aims at securing that every Cambodian citizen will have an appropriate accommodation for their stay and living. The Royal Government of Cambodia has an obligation to guarantee social stability for the benefits of all Cambodian citizens; and therefore tackling illegal settlements must be addressed with an appropriate solution striving to make sure that people will have appropriate accommodations for their stay before they leave their illegal settled places. (...) The government is determined to further endeavor the process of the reforms in the years ahead. Therefore the government has set 07 strategic priorities for these purposes in order to ensure the goals as set above during the current mandate of the government under the following principles: • To strengthen the protection of right and freedom of individual • To modernize the legal framework, laws and orders • To provide space for people to get sufficient access to receive information relating to laws and other regulations of the courts • To improve the efficiency, quality of tribunal hearings and other relevant regulations and procedural services • To strengthen the service of justice for the people, including the service office of the court and service office of prosecutors, • To establish mechanisms of the conflict resolution outside of the court system • To strengthen all relevant legal institutional systems and the court system in order to accomplish their mandate with efficiency, The Council for Legal Reform and the country's Justice System has set out various strategies with its continued work to strengthen and improve the courts system.
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LETTER DATED 21 NOVEMBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A/74/561 2/6 19-20409 Annex to the letter dated 21 November 2019 from the Permanent Representative of Turkey to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General Summary report of the sixth Istanbul Conference on Mediation The Sixth Istanbul Mediation Conference was convened on 31 October 2019 with the theme of “International Peace Mediation: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead” under the auspices of H.E. Mr. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. (...) Last but not least, the Sixth Istanbul Mediation Conference also looked ahead by continuing the discussion initiated at the Fifth Istanbul Mediation Conference on the challenges brought by digital technologies. (...) It is expressed that technology will continue to impact people and it will continue to be a key element for mediators to stay grounded. Despite the heavy focus of the panel on emerging technologies, the panellists also acknowledged the mainly human-centric nature of mediation.
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A través de las metodologías Inicie y Mejore Su Negocio (IMESUN) y GET Ahead de la OIT, las jornadas de capacitación tendrán como objetivo aplicar planes de mejora empresarial que contribuirán a fortalecer sus negocios, así como a resolver diferentes necesidades individuales mediante planes de sesión grupal y de mejora individual. (...) María José Antuña, emprendedora en oferta de productos de almohadas térmicas de la ciudad de La Paz En la fase de asesoría individual, cada participante identifica una problemática o necesidad de su negocio y trabaja un plan de mejora alineado a las metodologías de IMESUN y GET AHEAD. Las personas encargadas en darle seguimiento a estos procesos individuales son los facilitadores junto a los Master Trainers de IMESUN y GET AHEAD. (...) Con el trabajo realizado hasta el momento, se espera contar con experiencias exitosas de alrededor de 350 mujeres cuentapropistas líderes, que sean ejemplos de cambio para la reactivación económica en Bolivia. IMESUN y GET Ahead: dos herramientas de OIT para el empoderamiento de las mujeres bolivianas IMESUN es uno de los programas de formación en gestión empresarial más grandes a nivel mundial.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 26 APRIL 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
While the report does in fact touch upon the fear of the Greek Cypriot side to cooperate with Turkish Cypriot authorities so as not to imply “recognition A/HRC/37/G/8 GE.18-07442 5 of the TRNC”, it fails to reflect that the real reason leading to human rights violations in this case was the determination of the Greek Cypriot side to put political considerations ahead of humanitarian ones. In this particular case, cooperation between the two sides on the island, namely the Turkish Cypriot side and the Greek Cypriot side, could have enabled a resolution to the case, but instead, the Greek Cypriot side opted to file its claims directly to Turkey, which is neither the relevant nor the competent authority on the matter. (...) While we welcome the fact that this section of the report mentions the obstacles faced by many Turkish Cypriots in crossing to the South, we regret that the report did not mention A/HRC/37/G/8 6 GE.18-07442 issues faced by third party nationals who arrive in Cyprus at Greek Cypriot ports, visit Southern Cyprus but also wish to cross to and stay in hotels in the North. A memorandum issued by the Greek Cypriot Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as a circular of the Department of Migration, issued a strong warning to foreign citizens who wish to travel to the TRNC if they wish to stay at hotels in the North that either the buildings, or the land they were built on, were previously owned by Greek Cypriots, but failed to make this information known to foreign embassies and travel agencies.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH, ANAND GROVER
Lazarus y otros, "HIV-related restrictions on entry, residence and stay in the WHO European Region: a survey", Journal of the International AIDS Society, vol. 13, Nº 2 (enero de 2010). 47 Joseph J. Amon y Katherine Wiltenburg Todrys, "Fear of Foreigners: HIV-related restrictions on entry, stay, and residence", Journal of the International AIDS Society, vol. 11, Nº 8 (diciembre de 2008). 48 Resolución 65/277 de la Asamblea General, párr. 79. 49 Véase la Recomendación de la OIT sobre el VIH y el sida y el mundo del trabajo, 2010 (Nº 200). 50 Richard Coker, "Migration, public health and compulsory screening for TB and HIV", Asylum and Migration Working Paper I (Institute for Public Policy Research, 2003). (...) Cuando los Estados persisten en la detención 61 A/64/272, párr. 93. 62 Human Rights Watch (HRW), Singapore - Maid to Order: Ending Abuses against Migrant Domestic Workers in Singapore, vol. 17, Nº 10 (C) (diciembre de 2005), pág. 92. 63 Sevil Sönmez y otros, "Human rights and health disparities for migrant workers in the UAE", Health and Human Rights, vol. 13, Nº 2 (2011); ONUSIDA, The impact of HIV-related restrictions on entry, stay and residence: an annotated bibliography (2009), pág. 5. 64 A/HRC/13/30, párrs. 52 a 61; Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, Vélez Loor vs.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS BY OLDER PERSONS ON HER MISSION TO SINGAPORE :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Under the Scheme, the Housing and Development Board buys back the tail-end portion of the lease so that the older persons can continue to stay in their flat for 15-35 years. The proceeds can be used to buy an annuity, which can in turn provide the older person a constant stream of income for life. (...) Under the Mental Capacity Act, individuals who think they might lose capacity to make their own decisions in the future have the possibility to plan ahead by executing a lasting power of attorney with a view to appointing a proxy decision maker to take care of their personal welfare and financial matters. (...) A number of community programmes are being introduced to enable older persons to stay active and engaged after retirement. Older persons can, for instance, contribute to community organizations and join senior citizen groups within housing estates, which run regular activities to help them keep physically well and socially active.
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LETTER DATED 21 DECEMBER 2012 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF KAZAKHSTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
So today I’m honored to be able to summarize that we’ve implemented the outcomes of the 2030 Strategy ahead of schedule in terms of main parameters. (1) INTERNATIONAL SECURITY. (...) It is critically important that we stay away from this kind of discourse, preserving our time-tested values. (...) Even large transnational companies prepare development strategies half a century ahead. 15 years ago, when the Strategy 2030 was adopted, the first generation of citizens born after the independence was just about to go to school.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, JAMES ANAYA : ADDENDUM
The community has lodged a legal complaint against the Government, asserting their right to stay and their rights over lands within Etosha National Park. (...) However, despite these promising developments, the Khwe communities undoubtedly face numerous challenges ahead. The Khwe will need significant assistance, both economic and in terms of capacity- building, to get their development initiatives off the ground. 49.
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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, FRANCIS DENG : ADDENDUM
The discussions also touched upon the assistance provided by the United Nations agencies in the region, as well as the situation of the Ingush IDPs from North Ossetia, who, the President emphasized had been neglected. 31. During his stay in Ingushetia, the Representative visited IDPs from Chechnya residing in two tented camps - Bela camp and Sputnik camp - as well as IDPs staying in private accommodation, i.e. with a host family, and in “alternative shelters”, including makeshift huts, tents or abandoned buildings. (...) While most of the IDPs confirmed that they ultimately wished to return to Chechnya, they noted that information from relatives in Chechnya and other sources indicated that it was currently unsafe to return. Many thus wished to stay until the situation improved, but were acutely apprehensive with regard to the level of humanitarian assistance and type of shelter to which they might be entitled should they decide to stay. (...) Otherwise, the choice of whether to return or stay could not be considered a free one, as IDPs would have no de facto alternative to return.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE, GITHU MUIGAI : ADDENDUM
Thus in order to assess the main challenges that lie ahead in the fight against racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance in Hungary, the Special Rapporteur relied on recommendations made by the earlier mandate holders. (...) A number of pieces of legislation have been adopted by the Government to address issues related to refugees, asylum seekers, statelessness and migrants, including the 2007 Act II on the Entry and Stay of Third Country Nationals (Third Country Nationals Act) and the Asylum Act LXXX of 2007 (Asylum Act), both amended by Act CXXXV of 2010. (...) The Hungarian Helsinki Committee brought it to the attention of the Special Rapporteur that applicants illegally staying in Hungary are de facto excluded from this procedure since lawful stay in Hungary is a precondition for applying for stateless status. 50.
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