REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, CHRISTOF HEYNS : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur is concerned that
Mexico continues to experience alarming levels of violence. Extremely violent incidents,
particularly violations of the right to life, continue to take place at an intolerable level.
9. (...) Coahuila and Tamaulipas, where some of the highest
levels of insecurity prevail, have the lowest rate of police presence in the country. (...) The Special Rapporteur takes note of the progress regarding Mexico’s legislative
and institutional framework to address violence against women at the federal level. The
adoption of the 2007 General Act on Women’s Access to a Life Free of Violence4 and the
codification of femicides at the federal and state levels are developments in the right
VISIT TO BRAZIL :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PERSONS AFFECTED BY LEPROSY AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS
Health councils at the three levels of administration are key mechanisms for
monitoring the proper implementation of the strategy. (...) This institutional experiment is fit for replication at the
national and state levels.
IV. Main challenges and opportunities
A. (...) At the Special Rapporteur’s meeting with members of the Brazilian Society of
Hansenology, concerns were shared with regard to the limited capacity of the public health
system to diagnose Hansen’s disease and properly treat it at the primary, secondary and
tertiary levels of care, and coordination difficulties between those levels.
NOTE VERBALE DATED 2008/10/08 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF SRI LANKA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Measures of prevention, education and protection aimed at the eradication of
racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance at all levels
33. Affirm that measures to eradicate racism must be multifaceted;
34. (...) IDENTIFICATION AND SHARING OF BEST PRACTICES ACHIEVED
AT THE NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVELS
IN THE FIGHT AGAINST RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION,
XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE
62. (...) Invite States to promote intercultural and inter-religious dialogue and cooperation
at all levels, especially the local and grass-roots levels;
1 Global, regional, and national levels and trends in maternal mortality between 1990 and 2015, with scenario-based projections to 2030: a systematic analysis by the UN Maternal Mortality Estimation Inter-Agency Group.
(...) Lancet Global Health. 2014;2(6): e323-e333.
5 Levels and Trends in Child Mortality. Report 2015.
SOUTH-SOUTH AND TRIANGULAR COOPERATION IN THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM / PREPARED BY M. MOUNIR ZAHRAN, ENRIQUE ROMAN-MOREY, TADANORI INOMATA, JOINT INSPECTION UNIT
With a few exceptions, support to SSC at the regional
and country levels has not been effective; guidelines are not adhered to, ignored, or lack
operational value. (...) More effective action at regional level needed
At the regional level, the United Nations Regional Commissions can play a more effective
role in advancing SSC. (...) Regional and country levels ........................................................ 170-172 42
LEGAL ASPECTS OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
other hand, whereas private parties may agree on security levels that are
acceptable in ~erms of cost, official requirements are of a more formal nature
and the rules issued to implement them are often drafted taking into account
~ther (and more abstract) considerations.
(...) Security presents few problems, since tbe parties agree on a level tbat they
con.ider to be botb satisfactory and economic.
126.96.36.199 Open communication systems
43. (...) However, tbere
is little doubt that a high level of security can be achieved - at a
corresponding level of cost - tbus protecting tbe data in the ADP system from
intentional or unintentional attacks.
LETTER DATED 9 MAY 2022 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF IRELAND TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Global acute hunger numbers from the 2022 Global Report on Food Crises
Source: GNAFC and FSIN, 2022.
Globally, levels of hunger continue to increase at an alarming rate. (...) In 2021,
Conflict/insecurity was the main driver around 139 million people facing Crisis or worse (IPC/CH Phase 3 or
above) or equivalent levels of acute food insecurity across 24 countries/territories. (...) Notes: The numbers indicated above the columns in the graph refer to population facing Catastrophe (IPC/CH phase 5),
for countries where such levels of acute food insecurity are estimated or forecasted
NAIROBI WORK PROGRAMME ON IMPACTS, VULNERABILITY AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Means for enhancing the assessment and prediction of climate-related risks and impacts include
better provision of data at the national, regional and global levels, and continuous access for users to
relevant data archives and databases.
(...) Conceptual frameworks for adaptation could assist in identifying the range of available
adaptation options while at the same time providing for flexibility and redesign of options as more clarity
emerges regarding the level of change or impacts to which different sectors and levels need to adapt.
(...) Efforts also need to be made to develop adaptation scenarios for
different greenhouse gas stabilization levels and assumptions.
Technologies for adaptation
LETTER DATED 1 DECEMBER 2020 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVES OF MOROCCO, SWEDEN AND THE EUROPEAN UNION TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
We are seeing poverty levels growing, food supplies falling and prices soaring,
children missing vaccinations, meals and schooling, and sexual and gender-based
(...) We call for the intensification of
cooperation and collaboration at all levels to contain, control and mitigate the
(...) We must ensure a gender-responsive humanitarian response and stress that
responses to the COVID-19 should address the specific needs of women and girls,
including by preventing and responding to increasing levels of sexual and gender-
based violence and other forms of violence, exploitation and abuse.
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION, KISHORE SINGH : ADDENDUM
Due to the
recognition in the Kazakh Constitution of the right to free education at the primary and
secondary levels, the country has very high literacy rates and almost universal enrolment at
the primary and secondary levels of education.
6. (...) Preschool enrolment falls well short of the high enrolment rates seen at the primary
and secondary levels. Many preschool organizations, which had a widespread presence in the
Soviet period, were closed in the early 1990s, resulting in a high number of children who did
not have access to preschool, particularly in rural areas.24 Despite an increase between 2005
and 2010, the preschool enrolment rate at the national level remains relatively low. 25
29. (...) Technical and vocational education is mainly delivered on two levels: through
vocational schools offering basic labour-market training, and through secondary vocational
schools offering secondary-level vocational and higher-labour market training.