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“We are here to support you (Liberia), and we are here to support your endeavors in consolidating the gains already attained in Liberia”.    (...) Fernandez-Taranco and the United Nations Peace Building Support Office to advocate for support for the Government of Liberia’s Pro – Poor Agenda; and to also consider the integration of activities and projects of Liberia’s Pro-Poor Agenda into priority areas for support by the United Nations Peace Building Support Office.  (...) Fernandez-Taranco committed his support and that of the United Nations Peace Building Support Office for the Pro – Poor Agenda of the Government of Liberia.
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Score: 254946.68 - https://www.un.org/peacebuilding/es/node/4462
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“We are here to support you (Liberia), and we are here to support your endeavors in consolidating the gains already attained in Liberia”.    (...) Fernandez-Taranco and the United Nations Peace Building Support Office to advocate for support for the Government of Liberia’s Pro – Poor Agenda; and to also consider the integration of activities and projects of Liberia’s Pro-Poor Agenda into priority areas for support by the United Nations Peace Building Support Office.  (...) Fernandez-Taranco committed his support and that of the United Nations Peace Building Support Office for the Pro – Poor Agenda of the Government of Liberia.
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Score: 254946.68 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...t-office-approves-us5m-liberia
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United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office Approves US$5M for Liberia | 建设和平 Skip to main content 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界 Toggle navigation 语言: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 建设和平 Search form Search Toggle navigation 首页 建设和平委员会 建设和平基金 政策问题和伙伴关系 支助办公室 新闻 High-Level Meeting on Financing for Peacebuilding 主页 United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office Approves US$5M for Liberia United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office Approves US$5M for Liberia kemaya.png The United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO) has approved for this year-2019, Five Million United States Dollars (US$5,000,000.00) for the implementation of four projects that will advance reconciliation efforts, and enhance the sustenance of peace in Liberia. (...) “We are here to support you (Liberia), and we are here to support your endeavors in consolidating the gains already attained in Liberia”.    (...) Fernandez-Taranco and the United Nations Peace Building Support Office to advocate for support for the Government of Liberia’s Pro – Poor Agenda; and to also consider the integration of activities and projects of Liberia’s Pro-Poor Agenda into priority areas for support by the United Nations Peace Building Support Office. 
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Score: 254946.68 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...t-office-approves-us5m-liberia
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As a result of the thorough domestic consultation process, recommendation 146.67, which was initially supported, is now noted. In sum, of the total 251 recommendations, Switzerland has supported 160 and noted 91. (...) Switzerland stresses that this acceptance does not in any way prejudice the decisions to be taken by the Federal Council and Parliament. 147.6 Supported See 147.5. 147.7 Supported See 147.5. 147.8 Supported See 147.5. 147.9 Supported See 147.5. 147.10 Noted Popular initiatives must respect peremptory norms of international law. (...) As in the past, Switzerland will honour its commitments with regard to human rights and address possible conflicts between its Constitution and human rights on a case-by-case basis, while respecting the will of the Swiss people. 147.11 Supported See 147.5. 147.12 Supported See 147.5. 147.13 Supported See 147.5. 147.14 Supported See 147.5. 147.15 Supported See 147.5. 147.16 Supported See 147.5. 147.17 Supported See 147.5. 147.18 Supported See 147.5. 147.19 Supported See 147.5. 147.20 Supported See 147.5. 147.21 Supported See 147.5. 147.22 Supported See 147.5. 147.23 Supported Switzerland reaffirms its commitment to present in each case the best-suited national candidates for UN Treaty Body elections through an adequate and merit-based selection process. 147.24 Supported See 147.5. 147.25 Noted See 147.10. 147.26 Noted See 147.10. 147.27 Supported Switzerland takes the implementation of its international human rights obligations very seriously.
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Score: 254928.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ments/A_HRC_37_12_Add1_EN.docx
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WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION RESTRICTED WT/ACC/SPEC/LAO/1/Rev.1 6 May 2008 (08-2134) Working Party on the Accession of the Lao PDR Original: English ACCESSION OF THE LAO PDR Domestic Support and Export Subsidies in the Agricultural Sector Revision The following submission, dated 22 April 2008, is being circulated at the request of the Delegation of the Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR). _______________ W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 2 Supporting Table DS:1 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years1 2001 - 2003 Measures exempt from the reduction commitment – "Green Box" Measure type Description of the measure Monetary value of measure (Unit - US$) (Unit - Kip) Data sources 1 2 3 4 1. (...) W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 3 Supporting Table DS:2 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Measures exempt from the reduction commitment - "Development Programmes" (Article 6.2) Measure type Description of the measure Monetary value of measure (Unit - US$) (Unit - Kip) Data sources 1 2 3 4 (a) Investment subsidies generally available to agriculture and input subsidies generally available to low-income or resource-poor producers Investment and operating credit at lower than normal market interest rates generally available to farmers and groups of farmers to promote agriculture production, in accordance with Article 6.2 of the Agreement on Agriculture. 2001: N/A N/A Ministry of Finance, Agriculture Promotion Bank, and Bank of Lao PDR 2002: 1,530,158 15,387,268,848 2003: 1,447,166 15,293,650,288 Average: 1,488,662 15,340,459,568 (b) Input subsidies generally available to low-income or resource-poor producers Lower than normal market electricity rates for farmers in accordance with Article 6.2 of the Agreement on Agriculture. 2001: 158,610 1,407,029,310 Ministry of Industry and Handicraft and Electricity du Laos 2002: 138,018 1,387,909,008 2003: 146,470 1,547,894,960 Average: 147,699 1,447,611,092 W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 4 Supporting Table DS:3 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Measures exempt from the reduction commitment - Direct Payments under Production-Limiting Programmes - "Exempt Direct Payments" Measure type Name and description of measure with reference to criteria in Article 6.5 of the Agreement on Agriculture Year Monetary value of measure Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 NIL W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 5 Supporting Table DS:4 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Calculation of the Total Aggregate Measurement of Support Description of basic products (including non-product specific AMS) Products-specific AMS from Supporting Tables DS:5 to DS:7 Product-specific measurements of support (from Supporting Table DS:8) Current Total AMS (aggregate) 1 2 3 4 Product-specific AMS NIL NIL NIL Non-product-specific AMS de minimis W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 6 Supporting Table DS:5 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Product-Specific Aggregate Measurements of Support: Market Price Support Description of basic products Fiscal year Measure type(s) Applied administered price External reference price Eligible production Associated fees/Levies Total market price support Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 US$/MT 6 MT 7 8 {(4-5)x6}-7 9 US$/MT Kip/MT Rice 2001 Minimum farm gate price 169.093 1,499,997 260 1,403,9684 NIL Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and University of Arkansas. 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W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 7 Supporting Table DS:6 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Product-Specific Aggregate Measurements of Support: Non-Exempt Direct Payments Description of basic products Period/year Measure type (s) Applied administered price External reference price Eligible production Total price related direct payments Other non- exempt direct payments Associated fees/levies Total direct payments Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (4-5)x6 8 9 10 (7+8-9) 11 NIL W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 8 Supporting Table DS:7 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Product-Specific Aggregate Measurements of Support: Other Product-Specific Support and Total Product-Specific AMS Description of basic products Period/year Measure type (s) Other product specific budgetary outlays Other product specific support Associated fees/levies Total other product specific support Market price support (Supporting Table DS:5) Non-Exempt direct payments (Supporting Table DS:6) Total AMS Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (4-5)x6 8 9 10 (7+8-9) 11 NIL W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 9 Supporting Table DS:8 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Product-Specific Equivalent Measurements of Support Description of basic products Period or year Measure type (s) Applied administered price Production eligible to receive the applied administered price Market price support budgetary outlay Equivalent measurement of support (include calculation details) Non- exempt direct payment Other product specific support Associated fees and levies Total monetary value of equivalent commitment Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 NIL W T /A C C /S P E C /L A O /1/R ev.1 P age 10 Supporting Table DS:9 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Fiscal years 2001 - 2003 Non-Product-Specific AMS Measure types Year or period Non-product- specific budgetary outlay Other non- product-specific support Associated fees/levies Total non-product-specific support Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 (= 3+4-5) 7 US$ Kip State-owned enterprise purchases farm products at market prices and sells them back into the domestic market at a later time in order to stabilise supplies and prices.
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Score: 254854.22 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/agric_e/schedule_e/lao.pdf
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G /A G /A G S T /V o l.5 P ag e 3 1 Supporting Table DS:5 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Calendar year Product-Specific Aggregate Measurement of Support: Market Price Support Description of basic products Calendar year beginning Measure type Fixed administered price Reference price Eligible production Associated levies Total market price support Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Subsidies of this kind are not given 1994 1995 1996 G /A G /A G S T /V o l.5 P ag e 3 2 Supporting Table DS:6 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Calendar year Product-Specific Aggregate Measurement of Support: Non-Exempt Direct Payments Description of basic product Year Measure type Applied administered price External reference price Eligible production Total price-related direct payments Other non- exempt direct payments Associated fees/levies Total direct payments Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ((4-5)*6) 8 9 10 (7+8-9) 11 Subsidies of this kind are not given 1994 1995 1996 G /A G /A G S T /V o l.5 P ag e 3 3 Supporting Table DS:7 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC REPORTING PERIOD: Calendar year Product-Specific Aggregate Measurement of Support: Other Product-Specific Support and Total Product-Specific AMS Description of basic products Calendar year Measure type Other product- specific budgetary outlays 1,000 Som Other product- specific support 1,000 Som Assoc. Fees and levies 1,000 Som Total other product specific support 1,000 Som Market price support (DS:5) 1,000 Som Non- exempt direct payments (DS:6) 1,000 Som Total AMS 1,000 Som Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Seeds 1994 1995 1996 1994-96 avg. (...) Fees and levies 1,000 Som Total other product specific support 1,000 Som Market price support (DS:5) 1,000 Som Non- exempt direct payments (DS:6) 1,000 Som Total AMS 1,000 Som Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Vegetable seeds 1994 1995 1996 1994-96 avg.
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Score: 254836.74 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/agric_e/schedule_e/kgz.pdf
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The commitments are expressed in terms of Total Aggregate Measurement of Support and "Annual and Final Bound Commitment Levels". 2. (...) (a) A Member shall not be required to include in the calculation of its Current Total AMS and shall not be required to reduce: (i) product-specific domestic support which would otherwise be required to be included in a Member's calculation of its Current AMS where such support does not exceed 5 percent of that Member's total value of production of a basic agricultural product during the relevant year; and (ii) non-product-specific domestic support which would otherwise be required to be included in a Member's calculation of its Current AMS where such support does not exceed 5 percent of the value of that Member's total agricultural production. (...) Article 6.3 deals with domestic support. It establishes only a quantitative limitation on the amount of domestic support that a WTO Member can provide in a given year.
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Score: 254831.52 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...i17_e/agriculture_art6_jur.pdf
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Under the Basic Education Act, (1998/628) the pupil participating in instruction has the right to receive sufficient support for learning and school attendance as soon as the need for support is observed. (...) In addition to the pedagogical arrangements of special needs education supporting learning, a pupil receiving special needs support is entitled to other forms of support. (...) Of pupils in basic education, 17.5 per cent received intensified or special needs support in the autumn of 2017. In total, 54,300, or 9.7 per cent, of pupils in basic education received intensified support and 43,100, or 7.7 per cent, received special needs support.
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Score: 254817.48 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...dren/Disabilities/Finland.docx
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UPR17 CAR Thematic List Of Recommendations_EN UPR of the Central African Republic (2nd Cycle – 17th session) Thematic list of recommendations Page 1 of 5 Recommendation Position Full list of themes Assessment/comments on level of implementation Theme: A12 Acceptance of international norms 104.2 Speed up the ratification of international legal instruments not yet ratified (Burundi); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms Affected persons: - general 104.3 Consider ratifying the international human rights conventions to which the Central African Republic has not yet been a party (Burkina Faso); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms Affected persons: - general 105.10 Ratify the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Estonia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms B13 Genocide A41 Constitutional and legislative framework Affected persons: - general 105.11 Consider ratifying the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Armenia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms B13 Genocide A41 Constitutional and legislative framework Affected persons: - general 105.4 Consider ratifying the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, and accept the competence of the Committee on Enforced Disappearances (Argentina); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms B51 Right to an effective remedy D32 Enforced disappearances Affected persons: - disappeared persons 105.7 Complete its legal framework by ratifying in particular the Convention against Torture and its Optional Protocol, the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance and the Rome Statute (Tunisia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms B51 Right to an effective remedy D32 Enforced disappearances B11 International humanitarian law D25 Prohibition of torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment Affected persons: - general - persons deprived of their liberty - disappeared persons 104.16 Ratify the Optional Protocol to the CRC on the involvement of children in armed conflict and develop and apply strategies aimed at ending impunity of those responsible for committing grave violations against children in conflict (Croatia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms B51 Right to an effective remedy F35 Children in armed conflict Affected persons: - children - persons affected by armed conflict 104.4 Ratify the Second Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, aiming at the abolition of the death penalty (Djibouti); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms D23 Death penalty Affected persons: - general 104.5 Ratify the Second Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, aiming at the abolition of the death penalty (Montenegro); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms D23 Death penalty Affected persons: - general 104.6 Reiterate its recommendation to abolish the death penalty and to ratify the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and duly eliminate provisions concerning the capital punishment from the national criminal law (Portugal); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A12 Acceptance of international norms D23 Death penalty Affected persons: - general 104.8. (...) Source of position: A/HRC/25/2 - Para. 692-693 (advance unedited version) Noted A24 Cooperation with special procedures Affected persons: - general Theme: A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions 105.60 Make improved access for humanitarian organisations an immediate priority (Australia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions Affected persons: - general - persons affected by armed conflict 105.70 Call on the international community to provide technical assistance in the field of human rights to allow to achieve its obligations in improving the human rights situation (Sudan); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions Affected persons: - general 105.68 Take advantage of the cooperation that the international community, particularly the Human Rights Council, can offer in order to pursue the consolidation of its national institutions, an indispensable step for the promotion and protection of human rights on the ground (Brazil); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.69 Cooperate actively with the international community, in particular United Nations mechanisms, as well as promote democratic rule and restoration of law and order (Japan); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.78 Continue to cooperate with the United Nations and the international community to implement measures to ensure the security and safety of its people (Singapore); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general Theme: A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance 105.67 Determine its technical and financial assistance needs in order to solicit the support from its bilateral and multilateral partners (Congo); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions Affected persons: - general Theme: A41 Constitutional and legislative framework 104.1 Take necessary steps domestically to ensure compliance with the obligations under the international human rights instruments to which it is a party (South Africa); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework Affected persons: - general 105.17 Ensure throughout the country, protection and promotion of human rights in accordance with the first chapter of the recently promulgated Constitution of Transition and effectively criminalize the violations of such rights (Spain); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 105.21 Speed up the amendment of the Criminal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, and Code of Military Justice to effectively deal with human rights violations (Botswana); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework D51 Administration of justice & fair trial B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 105.20 Ensure a rapid return to constitutional rule through the organization of free and transparent elections (Côte d ’ Ivoire); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework D7 Right to participation in public affairs and right to vote Affected persons: - general 104.28 Strengthen the institutional and legal human rights framework, in order to ensure effective and impartial investigations into all reports of extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances, torture, other ill-treatment and sexual violence against women and children and to bring those responsible to justice (Lithuania); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework F13 Violence against women F31 Children: definition; general principles; protection B51 Right to an effective remedy D32 Enforced disappearances D25 Prohibition of torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment D22 Extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions Affected persons: - disappeared persons - children - women - judges, lawyers and prosecutors - persons deprived of their liberty 104.17 Ratify the OP-CRC-AC (Sierra Leone); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework F35 Children in armed conflict Affected persons: - children - persons affected by armed conflict 104.18 Ratify the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict as soon as possible (Slovenia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework F35 Children in armed conflict Affected persons: - children - persons affected by armed conflict 104.19 Early ratification and full implementation of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict (Slovakia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework F35 Children in armed conflict Affected persons: - children - persons affected by armed conflict 105.26 Take all necessary measures to halt recruitment of children into armed groups and to adopt adequate legislation to prevent further recruitment (Maldives); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework F35 Children in armed conflict Affected persons: - children - persons affected by armed conflict 105.27 The government and all other parties concerned should ensure the immediate release of all child soldiers and take all measures to prevent any future recruitment (Republic of Korea); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework F35 Children in armed conflict Affected persons: - children - persons affected by armed conflict 105.28 Prevent the recruitment and the use of children in armed forces and armed groups (Lithuania); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework F35 Children in armed conflict Affected persons: - children - persons affected by armed conflict Theme: A42 Institutions & policies - General 104.64 Implement all necessary measures to ensure full protection of human rights and promote national reconciliation (Morocco); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A42 Institutions & policies - General Affected persons: - general Theme: A45 National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) 105.73 Speed up its efforts to ensure the operationalization of the National Human Rights Commission in accordance with the Paris Principles (Indonesia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A45 National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) Affected persons: - general 105.74 Put in place a national human rights institution in conformity with the Paris Principles (Tunisia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A45 National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) Affected persons: - general 105.76 Take measures to guarantee the independence of national institutions (Côte d ’ Ivoire); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A45 National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) Affected persons: - general 105.77 Pursue the rehabilitation of the National Human Rights Commission (Democratic Republic of the Congo); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A45 National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) Affected persons: - general 105.75 Speed up, with the cooperation of the Office of the High Commissioner and donor countries, the legal process to establish a national human rights institution in conformity with the Paris Principles, with material and human resources that guarantee its independence and good functioning (Uruguay); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A45 National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance Affected persons: - general 105.72 Establish a national human rights institution in accordance with the Paris Principles, and take measures to provide the necessary resources for its good functioning (Costa Rica); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A45 National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) A63 Budget and resources (for human rights implementation) Affected persons: - general Theme: A47 Good governance 105.43 Promote a secure environment and a stable and sustainable policy to allow the Central African people to benefit from all human rights (Democratic Republic of the Congo); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.44 Ensure effective implementation of the Libreville Peace Agreement, and put an end to the prevailing insecurity and violence in the country (Botswana); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.45 Re-establish constitutional order by supporting the current political process, the transitional institutions and the enforcement mechanisms, and support the implementation of the Libreville agreements and the N ’ Djamena roadmap (Gabon); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.46 Ensure the application of the transitional process in accordance with the N ’ Djaména Declaration in order to restore the rule of law in the country (Canada); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.47 Strengthen the efforts to resolve the political crisis of the country and address, with the assistance of the international community, the issue of insecurity (Morocco); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.49 Take concrete steps to ensure security for its people to guarantee their enjoyment of human rights (Uganda); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.50 Take all the necessary steps to prevent intercommunity confrontations and violence (Luxembourg); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.52 Take all the necessary measures to restore the State authority (Togo); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.53 Restore peace and stability (Togo); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.54 Implement the Decision of the African Union on Consolidation of Peace and Security in the Country (Ethiopia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.55 Work without delay for national reconciliation and continue the efforts made in favour of the dialogue between all the components of the Central African Republic society (France); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.56 Continue efforts to conduct the national reconciliation (South Sudan); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.57 All parties of the Central African Republic continue to improve the security environment, maintain the social stability, and create conditions for political transition and reconstruction that people of the Central African Republic can enjoy all human rights (China); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.58 Continue to take all necessary steps to ensure political stability and the creation of an environment conducive to the promotion and protection of human rights (South Africa); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.59 Support full, immediate, safe, and unfettered humanitarian access throughout the country; and ensure the protection of civilian populations, including vulnerable groups, through the immediate restoration of law and order (United States of America); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general - persons affected by armed conflict 105.61 Take into consideration humanitarian problems related to the crisis and find urgent and adequate responses to these problems (Comoros); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general - persons affected by armed conflict 105.62 Intensify efforts for restoring security and improving the humanitarian situation in the country (Rwanda); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general - persons affected by armed conflict 105.63 Strengthen the security mechanisms in all the territory (Côte d ’ Ivoire); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.65 Carry out an analysis to identify priorities in the human rights agenda and implement public policies that incorporate a transversal human rights perspective (Mexico); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general 105.66 Define new transitional measures, including the creation of a national transitional council, in accordance with the recommendation made by the Secretary-General of the United Nations (Chile); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions Affected persons: - general 105.48 Solicit assistance from the international community in the framework of technical and financial assistance to strengthen its capacity in the area of human rights and promotion, in order to allow the reform of the security sector and restore the rule of law, a sine qua non condition for a real enjoyment of human rights (Angola); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance Affected persons: - general 104.43 Re-establish the rule of law in the whole territory, by monitoring the army, the police, the gendarmerie and the customs in the exercise of their functions (Belgium); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A47 Good governance B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - law enforcement / police officials - military staff 104.45 Create a police force capable of ensuring the maintenance of law and order (Romania); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A47 Good governance D51 Administration of justice & fair trial B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - law enforcement / police officials 104.46 Strengthen the role of the police and develop its capacities in order for it to be able to carry out its role in dealing with the citizens in conformity with the law (Sudan); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A47 Good governance D51 Administration of justice & fair trial B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - law enforcement / police officials 104.47 Take full and necessary measures to restore the administration of justice and exert its utmost efforts to realise the rule of law (Republic of Korea); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A47 Good governance D51 Administration of justice & fair trial B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - judges, lawyers and prosecutors 104.48 Make sufficient judicial staff and facilities available to restore the rule of law and to conduct screening of soldiers and police officers reporting back for duty to ensure that those responsible for human rights violations are excluded from further service and face trial in due process (Netherlands); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A47 Good governance D51 Administration of justice & fair trial B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - judges, lawyers and prosecutors 105.71 Continue to restore order throughout the country in order to enable the population to resume their economic and social activities (Rwanda); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance E1 Economic, social & cultural rights - general measures of implementation Affected persons: - general 105.51 Take all the necessary measures to ensure the security of the people and their property (Togo); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported A47 Good governance E6 Rights to protection of property; financial credit Affected persons: - general 104.44 Ensure an immediate restoration of the rule of law and protection of its civilian population, especially vulnerable groups such as women and children (Czech Republic); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported A47 Good governance F13 Violence against women F31 Children: definition; general principles; protection B51 Right to an effective remedy B11 International humanitarian law Affected persons: - women - children - persons affected by armed conflict Theme: B51 Right to an effective remedy 104.49 Strengthen the fight against impunity by effectively prosecuting those who have committed human rights violations (Belgium); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 104.50 Take immediate action to bring to an end the prevailing impunity for human rights violations in the country (Sweden); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 104.51 Guarantee the fight against impunity by ensuring that all persons convicted for human rights violations are brought to justice (Luxembourg); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 104.54 Ensure the respect of rights and fundamental freedoms of the whole population and adopt all the necessary measures to guarantee the accountability of the authors of crimes, acts of violence, and all human rights violations (Argentina); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 104.56 Investigate and bring to justice all perpetrators of human rights violations at the earliest (Sweden); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 104.57 Ensure that members of the rebel forces who have been convicted of human rights violations do not integrate regular security services (Belgium); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 104.58 All allegations of human rights violations, including those against members of the armed forces and of the Séléka, should be thoroughly and impartially investigated, and those responsible for any such violations prosecuted (Ireland); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 105.81 Fund and support the National Commission of Inquiry to investigate and prosecute, as appropriate, parties responsible for abuses committed during the conflict (United States of America). 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Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 107 Noted D51 Administration of justice & fair trial B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 105.41 Keep efforts to restore basic services in justice, the police and healthcare as a matter of priority (Egypt); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported D51 Administration of justice & fair trial E41 Right to health - General Affected persons: - general - judges, lawyers and prosecutors 105.18 Strengthen the justice system to protect human rights of the vulnerable people in particular women and children (South Sudan); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported D51 Administration of justice & fair trial F31 Children: definition; general principles; protection B51 Right to an effective remedy F12 Discrimination against women Affected persons: - women - children - vulnerable persons/groups Theme: D7 Right to participation in public affairs and right to vote 104.74 Prepare the elections in accordance with democratic standards while cooperating with the international community (Czech Republic); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported D7 Right to participation in public affairs and right to vote A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions Affected persons: - general 105.64 Launch investigations of human rights violations and return to adherence to democratic principles, including through ensuring genuine periodic elections (Czech Republic); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported D7 Right to participation in public affairs and right to vote A47 Good governance Affected persons: - general Theme: E21 Right to an adequate standard of living - general 104.75 Continue strengthening the relevant policies and programs on strengthening the capacity building, in particular, in the field of economic, social and cultural rights that aims at improving the living standards of its people, through further cooperation and support by the international community (Cambodia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E21 Right to an adequate standard of living - general A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions E1 Economic, social & cultural rights - general measures of implementation Affected persons: - general 104.77 Ensure, with the support of the international technical assistance, access for the entire population, including internally displaced persons, to drinking water and sanitation, food and nutrition, as well as health services (Republic of Moldova); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E21 Right to an adequate standard of living - general A3 Inter-State cooperation & development assistance E22 Right to food E41 Right to health - General G6 Internally displaced persons Affected persons: - general - internally displaced persons Theme: E22 Right to food 104.76 Make food security one of the national priorities in order to combat malnutrition and ensure access of the whole population to adequate food (Luxembourg); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E22 Right to food Affected persons: - general Theme: E41 Right to health - General 104.79 Continue to fight tuberculosis and other endemic diseases in order to promote the right to health of the citizens of the Central African Republic (Nigeria); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E41 Right to health - General Affected persons: - general 104.82 Continue its efforts to achieve the goals of the Operational Plan for Accelerating the Reduction of Maternal and New-born Mortality 2004 – 2015 (Algeria); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E41 Right to health - General Affected persons: - children - women 105.42 Take necessary measure to prevent and protect further assaults on health services centres (Thailand); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 105 Supported E41 Right to health - General Affected persons: - general 104.81 With the support from the relevant international organisations, continue to provide public health care services to its people, especially women and children (Singapore); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E41 Right to health - General A28 Cooperation with other international mechanisms and institutions F31 Children: definition; general principles; protection F12 Discrimination against women Affected persons: - general - children - women 104.78 Continue its efforts to achieve the goals of the National Sanitary Development Plan 2006 – 2015 (Algeria); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E41 Right to health - General B41 Right to development Affected persons: - general Theme: E43 Access to sexual and reproductive health and services 104.80 Take additional steps to strengthen the sexual and reproductive health and rights of girls and women (Sweden); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E43 Access to sexual and reproductive health and services F19 Girls F12 Discrimination against women Affected persons: - girls - women Theme: E51 Right to education - General 104.84 Enhance its efforts to implement the Plan of Action on Education for All (2003 – 2015) (Indonesia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E51 Right to education - General Affected persons: - children 104.85 Adopt additional measures, including legal measures aimed at protecting and promoting the right to education for all (Armenia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E51 Right to education - General Affected persons: - children 104.88 Prioritize an education agenda (Mexico); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E51 Right to education - General Affected persons: - children 104.86 Consider drawing up new legislation on the enforceability of the right to education (Egypt); Source of position: A/HRC/25/11 - Para. 104 Supported E51 Right to education - General A41 Constitutional and legislative framework Affected persons: - children 104.89 Consider taking legislative, policy and educational measures, including awareness-raising measures, to overcome the stigmatisatio
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