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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF SLAVERY, INCLUDING ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, GULNARA SHAHINIAN : ADDENDUM :
While noting that child labour is restricted by law, the Special Rapporteur is concerned that child slavery remains widespread in Madagascar and that children are employed in the agricultural and mining industries, as well as for domestic service in rural and urban areas. (...) The Special Rapporteur also received information that reflected a lack of trust in the education system owing to the shortage in highly trained teachers and the corruption associated with exams, leading to the widespread perception that only the wealthy pass exams. (...) Victims of servile marriage are often unable to escape because their families and/or the community in which they live do not support them, whether for economic reasons or for traditional and cultural beliefs. 127.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
Most of the Special Rapporteur’s interlocutors agreed that trafficking in human beings was widespread and that exploitation of Belarusian men for forced labour was on the increase. 14. (...) A/HRC/14/32/Add.2 8 GE.10-13105 Exploitation of a person implies illegally forcing a person into labour or requiring services in case he/she is unable to refuse this work (services) for reasons beyond their control, including slavery or slavery-like practices. (...) Furthermore, the Special Rapporteur observed a widespread Government multimedia campaign in Minsk raising the awareness of the general population of the dangers of trafficking.
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VISIT TO CHAD : REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE USE OF MERCENARIES AS A MEANS OF VIOLATING HUMAN RIGHTS AND IMPEDING THE EXERCISE OF THE RIGHT OF PEOPLES TO SELF-DETERMINATION
Other reports have indicated that Chadian and Sudanese armed groups had taken advantage of deteriorating infrastructure and the widespread insecurity to loot and pillage for profit. (...) Some parents allowed their children to go, some in the hope of better opportunities, others for religious reasons. Some of the children were left stranded by their minders, and there were reports that some had to be reunited with their families. 51. (...) Many women who reportedly joined for ideological reasons later tried to escape, having been subjected to violence and abuse.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES ON ITS MISSION TO SRI LANKA
In addition to these waves of widespread and systematic enforced disappearances, there were also other types of enforced disappearances, such as the so-called “white van” disappearances, disappearances in the context of anti-terrorism operations, disappearances conducted for ransom or economic extortion or a combination of all three. (...) The Working Group supports the idea of a State institution dedicated to the humanitarian task of searching for the thousands of people who disappeared in the country and emphasizes the need for a State policy representing society as a whole to address the widespread conviction of hundreds of families that a proper truth-seeking process will result in the return of their loved ones. (...) In this respect, concerns have been expressed about the reasons why the skeletons were removed from the grave and the weak measures taken to protect them.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF, HEINER BIELEFELDT : ADDENDUM
Although government representatives mostly avoided the terms “traditional” and “non-traditional” when discussing this theme — except in the context of summits of religious leaders regularly convened in Kazakhstan — no one denied that adverse attitudes existed towards religious groups perceived as standing outside of the country’s traditional mosaic. Moreover, widespread fear of religious extremism, often associated with certain currents of Islam, and worries about the influence of “sects” generally associated with small non-traditional groups pose challenges to the climate of religious tolerance that largely prevails in the society. 5. (...) However, there are also some intra-Islamic minorities who, for various reasons, insist on an independent status. For instance, the members of the Din-Muhammad Tatar-Bashkir Mosque in Petropavl in the North Kazakhstan region would see their specific linguistic and spiritual heritage best preserved by remaining an independent organization outside of the SAMK. (...) The Special Rapporteur was told by the Government that the main reason for State interference in this field is the prevention of religious hatred and religious extremism.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE BUSTAMANTE : ADDENDUM
The 1996 legislation prevents judges from considering whether there are compelling reasons for immigrants to remain in the United States even though they have broken the law. It prevents judges from striking a balance between the reasons for deportation - i.e. the seriousness of the crime - and the length and breadth of an immigrant’s ties to the United States. 53. (...) Testimonies from children and parents, as well as from social service providers, faith leaders, and elected officials, speak of the widespread social devastation caused by ICE raids. 65.
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REPORT OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND FOLLOW-UP TO THE WORLD CONFERENCE ON HUMAN RIGHTS : ADDENDUM
In general, election-related violence was limited compared to the last elections in 2001 which saw widespread violence. However, immediately prior to the elections, in early February violent incidents were reported, with several people injured or killed in various locations. (...) In summary, IDPs state that they avoid lodging official complaints with the police, citing lack of funds and unequal bargaining power to oblige the police to carry out their responsibilities as the main reasons for their lack of confidence in effective civilian policing. (...) They are often not perceived as impartial and their accessibility is limited, for both logistical and economic reasons. The process of taking cases to the formal justice system is cumbersome and expensive, not least because of the significant lack of judicial personnel in northern and north-eastern Uganda.
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ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING : REPORT : ADDENDUM / BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, MILOON KOTHARI
Landlessness: Access to adequate housing in Afghanistan is closely linked to access to land. Landlessness is widespread throughout the country, although the scales vary significantly from province to province. (...) Notwithstanding the extent of corruption, the widespread belief that corruption is prevalent is in itself an obstacle for women and vulnerable groups to access their housing and property rights. (...) Such conflicts are particularly common in Hazarajat in the Kabul province and areas of the North and East of the country, and with regard to disputes over use and access to water widespread in the South, the region most affected by the last years of drought. 50.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON MINORITY ISSUES, RITA IZSAK : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur was not provided with evidence that anti-Russian sentiment was widespread. There have been few incidents of discrimination, harassment or abuse of individuals or groups on the basis of their Russian identity in Kyiv or other localities. (...) The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)/Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) Human Rights Assessment Mission in Ukraine found that “instances of hate speech towards ethnic and religious groups have been widespread” including in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. (...) Russian minority representatives acknowledged that, prior to the unrest, they did not face a repressive environment, widespread discrimination, exclusion, or violence based on their identity.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON MINORITY ISSUES, RITA IZSAK
Most people consulted repeatedly highlighted the widespread lack of accountability and impunity for instigators and perpetrators of violence. (...) In Jos, she met leaders of the Muslim community, who highlighted that the root causes of the violence against Muslims in the State included the stigmatization of the Muslims, which had been caused by a widespread perception of Muslims as “threats”. Political leaders were accused of playing a key role in fuelling the tensions. (...) In a 2011 report, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) found that oil contamination in Ogoniland was “widespread and severely impacting many components of the environment”.11 It also noted that most residents had lived with chronic oil pollution throughout their lives, with grave impacts on their health and livelihoods, as well as the presence of high levels of contaminants, including the known carcinogen benzene, in communities’ drinking water. 52.
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