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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND: EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (EHRC) - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Naciones Unidas A/HRC/48/NI/6 Asamblea General Distr. general 15 de septiembre de 2021 Español Original: inglés A/HRC/48/NI/6 2 GE.21-12871 Report of the EHRC in response to the Report of the Independent Expert on the enjoyment of all human rights by older persons, Claudia Mahler Social Care Since 2010, rising demand and substantial reductions in government funding have led to increased levels of unmet need.1 Requests for adult social care by older people in England increased by 5.7% between 2015–16 and 2019–20, while the number of people receiving support reduced by 18,000.2 In 2019, Age UK estimated that 1.54 million older people in England were not getting the care they wanted or needed.3 Real-terms local authority spending on social care in England was approximately £400 million lower in 2018–19 than in 2010–11.4 According to a survey of Directors of Adult Social Services, the COVID-19 pandemic has also reinforced both short- and long-term funding pressures for social care, and “whilst Government support has dampened some of the additional pressures facing adult social care through one-off grants, this will fall significantly short in meeting the full costs of the pandemic.”5 Care home residents accounted for 50% of all COVID-19 related deaths in Scotland, 39% of deaths in England and 34% of deaths in Wales.6 As highlighted in EHRC’s evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) inquiry of the Government’s response to COVID- 19, the pandemic has exacerbated existing pressures on the social care system with increased demand for services and reductions in workforce capacity.7 The provisions of the emergency Coronavirus Act 2020 allow scope for services to reduce by permitting local authorities in England to suspend their duties under the Care Act 2014.8 Only eight English local authorities in fact triggered easements between the end of March and July 2020, and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has reported that since 3 July 2020 no local authorities in England operated under the easements.9 The Coronavirus Act makes clear that the provision of social care should remain compliant with the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR), including where Care Act easements have been triggered. (...) See Coronavirus Act 2020, Clause 15 and Schedule 12, and Coronavirus Bill Explanatory Notes, paras 232-237. 9 House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee (25 September 2020), Unequal impact? (...) For instance, “64% of older people (around 10 million) agree they are less confident using public transport since the start of the pandemic.”17 This also cuts across other protected characteristics as “26% of older ethnic minority people feel less confident leaving the house by themselves since the start of the pandemic, compared to 17% of older people from a white background.”18 As the pandemic necessitated the closure of a number of public and private services, access to a number of vital services was increasingly provided through digital platforms.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE BUSTAMANTE :ADDENDUM
At Heathrow airport, he observed operations in terminals 1 and 2 including short- term holding facilities and the Flight Connections Centre. (...) In 2003, the Office for Criminal Justice Reform set up the Poppy Project, aimed at providing short-term accommodation and support to women trafficked into prostitution. Its capacity amounts to 54 bed spaces in houses and it is the only such project being implemented in the country.
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BIOSAFETY AND BIOSECURITY / SUBMITTED BY THE IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT UNIT
Given the different use of the term biosecurity in the FAO setting (one denoting protection against the introduction of plant pests, animal pests and diseases, and zoonoses, genetically modified organisms, and alien species), the activities of FAO are not so obviously linked to the topics under discussion at the BWC Meeting of Experts. (...) The IBWG also acts as a clearing-house for a number of relevant training tools, including CDs and videos, course curricula and presentations. (...) BWC/MSP/2008/MX/INF.1* página 17 the Manual of Diagnostic Tests for Aquatic Animals.36 These standards deal with a range of pertinent issues: risk management approaches and principles; biosecurity consideration (especially in the animal and agricultural use of the term); identification and traceability of live animals; hygiene precautions; and disinfection and disinsectisation. 29.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION OF TRUTH, JUSTICE, REPARATION AND GUARANTEES OF NON-RECURRENCE ON HIS MISSION TO THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Disagreement even relates to terms with a well-established legal definition, such as “conflict” or “victim”, the latter being a term that remains, in particular, the subject of intense contestation. (...) Appeals to the ambiguous concept of “national security”, invoked as a blanket term becoming a means to shield individuals or practices against open scrutiny, fuel mistrust and suspicion. (...) Since most reparations programmes adopt a relatively straightforward guiding definition of “victim”, the persons to be considered eligible for reparations are established when the “beneficiary” is defined. Although the term is not above dispute either, it is not freighted with the same evaluative complications as the term “victim”. 75.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, MILOON KOTHARI : ADDENDUM
Most of this housing is privately owned, with about 68.5 per cent of Canadian households owning the homes they occupy. 1 In this report, the term “Aboriginal peoples” will refer to Indigenous peoples (Indians or “First Nations”, Inuits and Métis) as this terminology is commonly used in Canada. (...) The federal, provincial, territorial and municipal governments, along with civil society organizations (including the charitable sector) have introduced a series of one-time, short-term funding 4 Department of Finance Canada, “Details on Transfer Payment Programs for the Department of Finance Canada”, http://www.fin.gc.ca/dpr/SupDoc/dtpp_e.html. 5 The provincial/territorial ministers did not meet again until February of 2008. (...) There seems to be a lack of information on these expenditures, including on the number of houses produced and the shelter costs the new housing.
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ARTICLE 6 OF THE CONVENTION [ON CLIMATE CHANGE] : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Naciones Unidas FCCC/SBI/2012/L.26 Convención Marco sobre el Cambio Climático Distr. limitada 25 de mayo de 2012 Español Original: inglés FCCC/SBI/2012/L.26 2 GE.12-70774 Anexo [English only] Decision -/CP.18 [Doha work programme on Article 6 of the Convention The Conference of the Parties, Recalling Articles 2, 3, 4 and 6 of the Convention, Also recalling decisions 11/CP.8, 9/CP.13 and 7/CP.16, Reaffirming the importance of Article 6 of the Convention for achieving the ultimate objective of the Convention and for the effective implementation of adaptation and mitigation actions, Recognizing that education, training and skills development are fundamental for all Parties to achieve sustainable development in the long term, Also recognizing that a goal of education is to promote changes in lifestyles, attitudes and behaviour needed to foster sustainable development and to prepare children, young people, women, persons with disabilities and grass-root communities to adapt to the impacts of climate change, Reaffirming that public participation and access to information are crucial in order to develop and implement effective policies, as well as to engage all stakeholders actively in the implementation of these policies, Also reaffirming the importance of taking into account gender aspects and the need to promote the effective engagement of children, youth, the elderly, women, persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, local communities and non-governmental organizations in activities related to Article 6 of the Convention, Acknowledging the progress made by Parties, international organizations and civil society in planning, coordinating and implementing education, training, public awareness, public participation, and access to information activities, Recognizing the importance of taking a long-term, strategic and country-driven approach to education, training and skills development at the local, national, subregional, regional and international levels, including strengthening of relevant institutional and sectoral capacities, Recognizing that ensuring the availability of sufficient financial and technical resources continues to be a challenge for the adequate implementation of Article 6 of the Convention for all Parties, in particular African countries, the least developed countries and small island developing States, Having considered the information in documents prepared by the secretariat in support of the review of the implementation of the amended New Delhi work programme,1 1 FCCC/SBI/2012/3, FCCC/SBI/2012/4, FCCC/SBI/2012/5, FCCC/SBI/2012/6 and FCCC/SBI/2012/MISC.4. (...) Encourages intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations to continue their activities relevant to Article 6 of the Convention, enhance collaborative efforts for implementing Article 6 initiatives and strategies at the international, regional, national, and local levels, and to share information on their programmatic responses to the work programme through the climate change information network clearing house CC:iNet and other media; 6. Also encourages multilateral and bilateral institutions and organizations, including operating entities of the financial mechanism of the Convention, as appropriate, to provide financial resources to support the activities relating to the implementation of Article 6 of the Convention; 7. (...) To strengthen regional and international efforts, Parties and other relevant organizations and agencies in a position to do so could cooperate in and support the following activities: (a) Promote awareness of regional and subregional needs and concerns; (b) Strengthen existing regional institutions and networks; (c) Promote and encourage regional programmes and projects that support the implementation of Article 6 of the Convention and promote sharing of experiences including through the dissemination of best practices and lessons learned, and the exchange of information and data; (d) Create regional portals for the climate change information network clearing house (CC:iNet), in collaboration with regional centres of excellence, to further develop and enhance the functionality and user-friendliness of the clearing house; (e) Develop regional programmes and activities, including preparation of training and education materials as well as other tools, using local languages where applicable and practical; (f) Promote the implementation of pilot projects through collaborative actions at the regional and national levels in any of the six thematic areas of Article 6 of the Convention, and support their replication and expansion and sharing of lessons and experiences; (g) Conduct regional and subregional workshops to promote: exchange and sharing of experiences; best practices; and transfer of knowledge and skills; (h) Strengthen North–South, South–South and triangular collaboration in matters of climate change education and training, skills development.
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CFS: CSA 38 Committee on World Food Security Making a difference in food security and nutrition العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español house Acerca Programa de trabajo Estructura de la CSA Miembros del CSA La Mesa y el Grupo Asesor Secretaría Financiación GANESAN Productos CSA 48 CFS 49 CSA 48 CSA 47 CFS 46 CFS 45 CFS44 CFS43 CSA 42 CSA 41 CSA 40 CSA 39 CSA 38 CSA 37 CSA 36 Archivo Noticias y Recursos Comunicados de Prensa Blog y Artículos Informes de políticas Boletín Vídeos Eventos COVID-19 Espacio de Trabajo Esta página se presenta solamente en el idioma original. (...) El texto de las Directrices voluntarias está disponible en: English   Español Français   Pyсский 中文   العربية Ver fotografías Ver vídeos     Committee on World Food Security Secretariat Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 00153, Rome Italy Supported by       Sign up to the CFS Mailing List | Terms & Conditions | © FAO 2021
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE, GITHU MUIGAI :ADDENDUM
Greek Roma, or Greek Gypsies, which is the term used in Greece by themselves in most cases are not registered separately from other Greek citizens, either during the national census, or in the municipal rolls. (...) Practically, this means that the disbursal of the loan depends on the submission of the proper documentation for the house to be purchased/built/completed, by the interested persons to the bank. (...) However, this doesn’t imply “neither that everyone may demand from the State to provide him a house, nor that if someone doesn’t possess a house may by right occupy a private or public land” (see Chapman v.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION, CATARINA DE ALBUQUERQUE :ADDENDUM
After the adoption of the Law on the Public Service of Drinking Water and Sanitation in 2008, private operators represented by the borehole user associations (Associations d’usagers de forage) are entrusted with the management of these boreholes and given a fixed-term operating license by the Directorate. 26. (...) In this context, the Special Rapporteur considers that the current evaluation of the possible long-term concession of water supply services to the private sector must serve as an opportunity for Senegal to hold a broad public debate on the functioning of and gaps in water and sanitation services in the country. (...) To be eligible for a connection, (a) applicants cannot be wealthy; (b) a house must exist on the lot that is to be served; (c) the house must be a residence (not a business); (d) the connection cannot cross private property; (e) the applicant must have a title to his or her house and land; (f) a pipe of the water network must be located within 20 metres of where the connection is made to serve a single house, or within 100 metres to serve the houses of at least four applicants; and (g) if approved for a 18 “Water Supply and Sanitation in Senegal” (see footnote 14), p. 19. 19 Mise en oeuvre des objectifs du millénaire pour le développement : progrès réalisés et perspectives pour 2015.
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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
The reconstruction and repairs of destroyed or looted houses; humanitarian assistance with food and firewood; the re-establishment of basic services such as education and health; as well as the re-establishment of economic activities are important concerns; (b) According to government estimates, some 37,605 IDPs will not return in the foreseeable future. (...) Accordingly, it is building houses in three different locations, one of which the Representative was able to visit (Tserovani). (...) Ensuring shelter for temporary and long-term accommodation is a key issue which requires urgent attention.
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