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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE STATE OF PALESTINE: INDEPENDENT COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
It also facilitates the transfer of Israeli families to illegal colonial settlements in the West Bank, while applies strict procedures to the unification of Palestinian families in the occupied territory and in other countries. (...) Arbitrary policies against the Gaza Strip As for the besieged Gaza Strip, the occupying power imposes a comprehensive and strict blockade, restricting the movement of people and goods through its crossings.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 881614.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/47/NI/3&Lang=A
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SUMMARY : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : BANGLADESH / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 5 OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 16/21
Civil society AI Amnesty International, London, United Kingdom; ARTICLE 19 ARTICLE 19, London, United Kingdom; AYGUSC Association of Young Generation of Urdu Speaking community Council of Minorities, Bangladesh; CHRI Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative’s, New Delhi-India; CIVICUS World Alliance for Citizen Participation, JHB, South Africa; ERT The Equal Rights Trust, London, UK; GHRD Global Human Rights Defence, The Hague, the Netherlands; GIEACPC Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, London, UK; HRW Human Rights Watch, Geneva, Switzerland; ICJ International Commission of Jurists, Geneva-Switzerland; JN Jumma Net, Tokyo, Japan; JS1 Kapaeeng Foundation, Coalition of Indigenous Peoples Organisations, Dhaka- Bangladesh; JS2 Child Rights Governance Assembly (CRGA), a civil society advocacy network of 17 organizations; JS3 Band of Boys the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) and Creating Resources through Empowerment and Action (CREA) and Sexual Rights Initiative, New Delhi-India; JS4 Bangladesh National Woman Lawyers Association (BNWLA) 100 members in Coalition focusing on the woman and child rights issues, Dhaka, Bangladesh; JS5 Association of Young Generation of Urdu Speaking community (AYGUSC) and Council of minorities, Bangladesh; JS6 ODHIKAR, and Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC), Hongkong, China; JS7 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN), Bangladesh Dalit and Excluded Rights Movement (BDERM), Bangladesh Dalit and Excluded Women Federation (BDEWF) and Nagorik Uddyog (Citizen’s Initiative) Dhaka- Bangladesh; JS8 Oxfam GB in Bangladesh and Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood (CSRL)-an alliance of 250 local-national-international development and civil society organizations-, Dhaka- Bangladesh; JS9 Action for Disability and Development International in collaboration with Disabled Peoples International and the International Disability Alliance, networks of organizations of persons with disabilities, Dhaka- Bangladesh; JS10 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations, Bangladesh; ODI Open Doors International, Harderwijk - The Netherlands; RWB Reporters without Borders, Geneva, Switzerland; UNPO Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organizations, The Hague, Netherlands; UBINIG Policy Research for Development Alternative, Dhaka- Bangladesh; WV World Vision International, Châtelaine, Switzerland. 2 International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), P. 4. 3 ODHIKAR AND Asian Legal Resource Centre (JS6), p.11. 4 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.5. 5 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 26. 6 The Equal Rights Trust (ERT), p.7. A/HRC/WG.6/16/BGD/3 GE.13-10444 18 7 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.2 and Child Rights Governance Assembly (CRGA), a civil society advocacy network of 17 organizations (JS2), p.3 and Bangladesh National Woman Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) and various Grass root level coalition members (JS4), p.10. 8 Kapaeeng Foundation and 16 other members of a Coalition of Indigenous Peoples Organisations (JS1), p. 11. 9 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.2. 10 Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI), p. 4, 5. 11 Child Rights Governance Assembly (CRGA), a civil society advocacy network of 17 organizations (JS2), p.2, 5. 12 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.5. 13 ODHIKAR AND Asian Legal Resource Centre (JS6), p.11. 14 World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS), p.7,8. 15 Kapaeeng Foundation and 16 other members of a Coalition of Indigenous Peoples Organisations (JS1), p. 11. 16 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 10,11,16. 17 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.5. 18 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 22. 19 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.1. 20 Kapaeeng Foundation and 16 other members of a Coalition of Indigenous Peoples Organisations (JS1), p. 11 and Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 13. 21 Child Rights Governance Assembly (CRGA), a civil society advocacy network of 17 organizations (JS2), p.3. 22 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.3.Child Rights Governance Assembly (CRGA), a civil society advocacy network of 17 organizations (JS2), p.5,6,7. 23 Open Doors International, (OD), p. 3. 24 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 16. 25 Bangladesh National Woman Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) and various Grass root level coalition members (JS4), p.1,5,6. 26 International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), P.3,4. 27 Oxfam and a national alliance (Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood) in Bangladesh (JS8), p.10,11. 28 Bangladesh Dalit and Excluded Rights Movement, Bangladesh Dalit and Excluded Women Federation, Nagorik Uddyog (Citizen’s Initiative) in association with the International Dalit Solidarity Network (JS7), p.4. 29 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 26. 30 Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI), p. 2 and Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 26. 31 International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), P.3,4. 32 Kapaeeng Foundation and 16 other members of a Coalition of Indigenous Peoples Organisations (JS1), p. 2. 33 World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS), p.7,8 and Global Human Rights Defence (GHRD), p.7. 34 Global Human Rights Defence (GHRD), p.7. 35 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.3. 36 Bangladesh National Woman Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) and various Grass root level coalition members (JS4), p.1,5,6. 37 Bangladesh Dalit and Excluded Rights Movement, Bangladesh Dalit and Excluded Women Federation, Nagorik Uddyog (Citizen’s Initiative) in association with the International Dalit Solidarity Network (JS7), p.3,4. 38 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 24. 39 Amnesty International (AI), p. 2. 40 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.5. 41 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 8. 42 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.1. 43 Amnesty International (AI), p. 1, 2. 44 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p. 9. 45 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.4. A/HRC/WG.6/16/BGD/3 19 GE.13-10444 46 Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (GIEACPC), London, United Kingdom, p. 2,3 and World Vision (WV), p.2. 47 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.3. 48 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.3. 49 ODHIKAR AND Asian Legal Resource Centre (JS6), p.5,11. 50 Open Doors International, (OD), p. 3. 51 International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), P.2,4. 52 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.3. 53 International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), P.2,4. 54 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.2. 55 Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI), p. 4. 56 ODHIKAR AND Asian Legal Resource Centre (JS6), p.7. 57 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.5. 58 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.3. 59 National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh (NHRC), p.4. 60 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.3. 61 Amnesty International (AI), p. 3,4. 62 Child Rights Governance Assembly (CRGA), a civil society advocacy network of 17 organizations (JS2), p. 4. 63 Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI), p. 6 and Boys of Bangladesh, Creating Resources through Empowerment and Action, Sexual Rights Initiative (JS3), p. 3, 8, 9. 64 Global Human Rights Defence (GHRD), p.8. 65 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.2. 66 ODHIKAR AND Asian Legal Resource Centre (JS6), p.7,8. 67 World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS), p.1,2, Article 19, p. 1 and Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p.15. 68 Reporters without Borders, (RWB), p.1,6. 69 World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS), p.7,8. 70 Amnesty International (AI), p. 4. 71 ODHIKAR AND Asian Legal Resource Centre (JS6), p.7 and Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p.10-12. 72 Article 19, p. 1. 73 World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS), p.5. 74 Reporters without Borders, (RWB), p.1,6. 75 World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS), p.7,8. 76 Article 19, p. 4. 77 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p.10-12. 78 ODHIKAR AND Asian Legal Resource Centre (JS6), p.8,9. 79 Human Rights Forum, a coalition of 19 human rights and development organizations (JS10), p.10, 18. 80 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.2. 81 Bangladesh National Woman Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) and various Grass root level coalition members (JS4), p.9.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 879401.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/16/BGD/3&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
SUMMARY : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : SOUTH AFRICA / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 15(C) OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 5/1
NB: * NGOs with ECOSOC status; ** National Human Rights Institution with A status. 2 Human Rights Watch, UPR Submission, November 2007, New York (USA), page 5. 3 Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE), UPR Submission, November 2007, Geneva (Switzerland), page 5. 4 South African Human Rights Commission, UPR Submission, November 2007, Johannesburg, para 14. 5 Community Law Centre, University of Western Cape, Human rights situation in South Africa: some areas of concern, November 2007, Bellville, page 6 and Human Rights Watch, UPR Submission, November 2007, New York (USA), para 27. 6 Community Law Centre, University of Western Cape, Human rights situation in South Africa: some areas of concern, November 2007, Bellville, p. 4. See also: Human Rights Watch, UPR Submission, November 2007, New York (USA), page 6 and para 28. (...) A/HRC/WG.6/1/ZAF/3 Page 16 62 Children Now, Alliance of South African NGOs, UPR Submission, November 2007, page 3-4. 63 South African Human Rights Commission, UPR Submission, November 2007, Johannesburg, para 8. 64 Human Rights Watch, UPR Submission, November 2007, New York (USA), page 7. 65 South African Human Rights Commission, UPR Submission, November 2007, Johannesburg, para 11. 66 Community Law Centre, University of Western Cape, Human rights situation in South Africa: some areas of concern, November 2007, Bellville, para 23-24. 67 South African Human Rights Commission, UPR Submission, November 2007, Johannesburg, para 12. 68 South African Human Rights Commission, UPR Submission, November 2007, Johannesburg, para 12. 69 Human Rights Watch, UPR Submission, November 2007, New York (USA), page 6. 70 Amnesty International, UPR Submission, November 2007, London (UK), page 3. 71 Masimanyane Women's Support Centre, UPR Submission, November 2007, East London, page 5. 72 Masimanyane Women's Support Centre, UPR Submission, November 2007, East London, page 5. 73 Human Rights Watch, UPR Submission, November 2007, New York (USA), page 4. 74 South African Human Rights Commission, UPR Submission, November 2007, Johannesburg, para 8. 75 Cultural Survival, UPR Submission, November 2007, Cambridge (USA), page 1. 76 Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, UPR Submission, November 2007, The Hague (the Netherlands), page 1. 77 International Federation for Human Rights (IFHR), UPR Submission, November 2007, Paris (France), page 1-2. 78 International Federation for Human Rights (IFHR), UPR Submission, November 2007, Paris (France), page 3. 79 Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, UPR Submission, November 2007, Braamfontein, pages 3-4. 80 Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, UPR Submission, November 2007, Braamfontein, page 4. 81 Human Rights Watch, UPR Submission, November 2007, New York (USA), pages 2-4. 82 International Federation for Human Rights (IFHR), UPR Submission, November 2007, Paris (France), page 2. 83 Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, UPR Submission, November 2007, Braamfontein, page 3- 4. 84 South African Human Rights Commission, UPR Submission, November 2007, Johannesburg, para 9. 85 Children Now, Alliance of South African NGOs, UPR Submission, November 2007, page 7
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 879401.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/1/ZAF/3&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION - FOLLOW-UP MISSION TO ITALY
According to the Government, preventive custody in prison is taken as a measure of last resort (art. 275, para. 3, of the Criminal Procedure Code) under the strict circumstances provided for in art. 273 of the Criminal Procedure Code. (...) With the new law, the maximum time a foreign national may be detained in an identification and expulsion centre has changed from 18 months to a strict limit of 3 months. This new maximum is reduced to 30 days if the foreign national has already spent three months or more in prison. 36. (...) The Working Group encourages the Government to ensure that the positive legisla- tive and administrative developments described in the present report are accompanied by effective implementation measures in strict compliance with international human rights principles and standards. 66.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 878544.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/30/36/ADD.3&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
LETTER DATED 8 DECEMBER 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TAJIKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
They stress the need for strict compliance with the BTWC, including through the adoption of a protocol to the Convention establishing an effective verification mechanism. (...) The Member States are in favour of maintaining outer space free of weapons of any kind and agree that it is important to ensure strict compliance with the existing legal framework ensuring that space be used solely for peaceful purposes. (...) Afghanistan and regional security The Member States proceed from the premise that there is no alternative to a political and diplomatic solution to conflict situations in various regions of the world on the basis of strict compliance with generally recognised norms and principles of international law.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 878544.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/598&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION : ADDENDUM
The juez de ejecución is also responsible for monitoring the strict enforcement of the principle according to which preventive detention may not assume the nature of a sanction and should only be used to prevent flight, obstruction of justice or further criminal activity. (...) Juvenile court judges shall monitor the strict compliance with the measures (both preventive and socio-educational) they have ordered (art. 260). (...) As stated above, the Working Group is under the impression that the police are generally taking their duty to comply with the strict and short time limits for police detention of suspects seriously.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 876424.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/HRC/4/40/ADD.4&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL'S ATTENTION :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER OF ARMENIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Alaverdyan grossly violated the Common Article 1 of the 1949 Geneva __________ ** Circulated as received, in the language of submission only. 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xo7mQ7YDZJM&has_verified=1 // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si7FKBmN2mQ. 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-S0b4EZqOE. 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch? (...) The European __________ 5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-n1DbgU_JU&feature=emb_title. 6 The 2020 Commentary of ICRC to the Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War, para. 3969.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 876009.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/HRC/45/NI/11&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
SUMMARY : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : YEMEN / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 15 (B) OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 5/1 AND PARAGRAPH 5 OF THE ANNEX TO COUNCIL RESOLUTION 16/21
Civil society AI Amnesty International, London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; Alkarama Alkarama, Geneva, Switzerland; CRIN Child Rights International Network, London, , United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; GIEACPC Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, London, , United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; HRW Human Rights Watch, Geneva, Switzerland; RWB Reporters Without Borders, Paris, France; JS1 Joint submission No. 1 of International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN), Copenhagen, Denmark, and the All Youth Network for Society Development (AYD), Taiz, Yemen; JS2 Joint submission No. 2 of Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) Beirut, Lebanon, and World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS) Johannesburg (South Africa); JS3 Joint Submission No. 3 of Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) Beirut, Lebanon, and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), Yemen; JS4 Joint submission No. 4 of Front Line Defenders, Dublin, Ireland, and the Yemeni Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (Yemeni Organization), Yemen; JS5 Joint submission No. 5 of Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms, Yemen, in collaboration with Karama, Cairo, Egypt; JS6 Joint Submission No. 6 of Yemeni National NGOs Coalition for Child Rights Care, YNGO-CRC, Yemen; JS7 Joint Submission No. 7 of Habitat International Coalition’s Housing and Land Rights Network HIC-HLRN, Santiago, Chile, in cooperation with Youth Development Organization, Yemen; JS8 Joint submission No. 8 of Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) Giza, Egypt, and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), Giza, Egypt. 2 Amnesty International (AI), p. 5. 3 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 2 and Amnesty International (AI), p. 5. 4 Amnesty International (AI), p. 4-5. 5 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p.1-2. 6 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 1. 7 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 5. 8 Alkarama, p. 3-4 and Amnesty International (AI), p. 4, 5. 9 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 8-9 10 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 2 11 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 1. 12 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) and the All Youth Network for Society A/HRC/WG.6/18/YEM/3 GE.13-18408 18 Development (AYN) (JS1), p. 2. 13 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) and the All Youth Network for Society Development (AYN) (JS1), p. 6. 14 Yemeni National NGOs Coalition for Child Rights Care (YNGOs), JS6, p. 7. 15 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 1 and Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 2. 16 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 2. 17 Amnesty International (AI), p. 4. 18 Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 1. 19 Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 2. 20 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p.1-2. 21 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p. 4; Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 9. 22 Amnesty International (AI), pp. 3 and 5; Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 2. 23 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 1 24 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 2. 25 Amnesty International (AI), p. 3-5 and Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 2. 26 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 2; Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 3. 27 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 3. 28 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) and the All Youth Network for Society Development (AYN) (JS1), p. 1. 29 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) and the All Youth Network for Society Development (AYN) (JS1), p. 3. 30 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) and the All Youth Network for Society Development (AYN) (JS1), p. 1-2. 31 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) and the All Youth Network for Society Development (AYN) (JS1), p. 5-6. 32 Amnesty International (AI), p. 3, 5 and Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 7-8. 33 Child Rights International Network, p. 1. 34 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 3 and Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 8. 35 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p.1-2, Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 1, Amnesty International (AI), p. 2-4, Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 1-2. 36 Amnesty International (AI), p. 2, 4. 37 Amnesty International (AI), p. 2-3. A/HRC/WG.6/18/YEM/3 19 GE.13-18408 38 Alkarama, p. 2-3. 39 Amnesty International (AI), p. 2-3; CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p. 4 and Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 9; Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 3. 40 Amnesty International (AI), p. 4. 41 Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 1-2. 42 Amnesty International (AI), p. 4-5. 43 Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 3. 44 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 7-8 45 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 3 46 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 3. 47 International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN) and the All Youth Network for Society Development (AYN) (JS1), p. 2, 3. 48 Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, p.2 49 Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, p.2 and Child Rights International Network, p. 2, 3. 50 Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, p.1-2 and Yemeni National NGOs Coalition for Child Rights Care (YNGOs), JS6, p. 3, 4, 6, 7. 51 Yemeni National NGOs Coalition for Child Rights Care (YNGOs), JS6, p. 6. 52 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5),p. 8 53 Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 5 and Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 6. 54 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 6 55 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 5-6 56 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 2-3, 7 57 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 8. 58 Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth Without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 4. 59 Reporters Without Borders (RWB), p. 1 and CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p.2-3. 60 Middle East Foundation for Social Development and Youth Development Foundation (YDO) and Youth without Borders for Development (YWBD), (JS8), p. 4. 61 Amnesty International (AI), p. 4. 62 Amnesty International (AI), p. 4, Alkarama, p. 3-4; Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 9. 63 Alkarama, p. 3-4. 64 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 2. 65 Joint Submission presented by the Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) and the Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC), (JS3), p. 1. A/HRC/WG.6/18/YEM/3 GE.13-18408 20 66 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 2. 67 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p.1-2., Human Rights Watch (HRW), p.2. 68 Alkarama, p. 3-4 and Amnesty International (AI), p. 4, 5. 69 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 1. 70 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 1; Child Rights International Network, p. 5. 71 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 5 72 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 2-3. 73 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p.2-3. 74 Reporters Without Borders (RWB), p. 1 and Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 2-3; CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p.2-3. 75 Human Rights Watch (HRW), p. 2-3. 76 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 8-9. 77 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p.2-3. 78 Joint Submission presented by Front Line Defenders and the Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (Yemen Organization), (JS4), p. 1-2. 79 Joint Submission presented by Front Line Defenders and the Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (Yemen Organization), (JS4), p. 2. 80 Joint Submission presented by Front Line Defenders and the Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (Yemen Organization), (JS4), p. 4. 81 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p.2-3. 82 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p. 4. 83 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND), (JS2), p. 4 and Joint Submission presented by Front Line Defenders and the Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (Yemen Organization), (JS4), p. 1. 84 Joint Submission presented by Front Line Defenders and the Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (Yemen Organization), (JS4), p. 1. 85 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for Defending Rights and Democratic Freedoms (YODRDF) and Karama, (JS5), p. 3-4 86 Joint Submission presented by Yemen Organization for D
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 875532 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/18/YEM/3&Lang=A
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SUMMARY : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : UKRAINE / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 15(C) OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 5/1
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لغة:العربية
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15-00822
The Panel confirmed that, during the period of its current mandate, the actions of the Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council were at least partially driven by the desire to implement strict sharia rule in Benghazi. The Panel considers the Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council an important spoiler of Libyan stability because of its violent challenge of any State authority that is not in line with its religious ideology. (...) As such, and this is confirmed by their actions, these groups appear more interested in establishing strict sharia rule than in politics in Tripoli.12 45.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 874641.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CX DUTY STATION LOADING&Lang=A
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