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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, PHILIP ALSTON : ADDENDUM
The May 2006 violence caused widespread fear across Brazil, and drew international attention to the country’s need for more effective crime control. 8. (...) Government officials acknowledged that the use of mobile phones by prisoners continues to be widespread due to corruption and the failure to adequately search visitors. (...) If control returns to the gangs, the operation is likely to have left residents in great danger. One of the key reasons that people are killed by criminal organizations is that they are beli
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LETTER DATED 3 AUGUST 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PAKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
However, from the outset, the fact and validity of the alleged Accession was highly questionable for several reasons: One, no authentic copy of the Instrument of Accession signed by the Maharajah has ever been produced by the Government of India; Two, the Maharaja was not a free agent at the time of the so-called ‘accession’ to India (26 October 1947) as he had signed a ‘Standstill Agreement’ with Pakistan. 10 This created a legal bar to the Maharaja’s capacity to alter the existing position unilaterally; Three, on 26 October 1947, when the Maharaja allegedly signed the Instrument of Accession to India, he had lost effective control over most of the State of Jammu and Kashmir due to a popular Kashmiri uprising and was no longer competent to sign the so-called Instrument; Four, the Maharaja’s purported action was manifestly contrary to the wishes of the Kashmiri people or, as the Indian Government itself put it in the case of Junagadh, “ in utter violation of the principles on which Partition was agreed upon and effected”;11 Five, the resolutions of the Security Council, by prescribing the exercise of self -determination by the people of Jammu and Kashmir, have conditioned, if not nullified the validity and legality of any such Accession; 7Hyderabad was a Hindu-majority state with a Muslim ruler, the Nizam. (...) The Kashmir dispute cannot be left unattended for multiple reasons: One, there are grave violations of human rights taking place each day in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
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LETTER DATED 14 FEBRUARY 2018 FROM THE CHAIR OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTIONS 1267 (1999), 1989 (2011) AND 2253 (2015) CONCERNING ISLAMIC STATE IN IRAQ AND THE LEVANT (DA'ESH), AL-QAIDA AND ASSOCIATED INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, UNDERTAKINGS AND ENTITIES ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2018/120 18-02494 8/32 Annex I Letter from the Ombudsperson dated 7 August 2017 S/2018/120 9/32 18-02494 Tasks to be completed upon prior instruction of the outgoing Ombudsperson – Reasons letters in delisting cases: Obtain translations for and forward Committee’s reasons letters to petitioners, as needed – Reasons letters in retention cases: • Prepare and obtain translations as needed for Ombudsperson’s letter transmitting the reasons of the Committee (incorporating the Committee ’s reasons) in retention cases as needed • Send courtesy advance copy to the Committee (24 hours) • Send translated reasons letter to petitioners after the 24 hours’ notice – States’ requests for comprehensive reports: • transmit request to the Committee if the State is entitled to a copy of the report under the resolution, otherwise respond to the State accordingly, • receive response from the Committee • after approval of the Committee, send watermarked and redacted (if necessary) version of the comprehensive report to the requesting State – Cases 76 and 78: • Transmit translations of the comprehensive report to the Committee (triggering the 15- to 30-day period for oral presentation to the Committee) • If needed, prepare draft reasons in consultation with the outgoing Ombudsperson and liaise with Chair on content – Oral presentation by the former Ombudsperson of cases No. 76 and 78 (once approved by the Committee, as noted above): Liaise with Secretariat/Chair with respect to Ms. (...) Case 9, Saad Rashed Mohammed Al-Faqih and Movement for Reform in Arabia (status: delisted) Date Description 19 April 2011 Transmission of case 9 to the Committee 21 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 1 July 2012 Committee decision to delist 13 November 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 10, Ibrahim Abdul Salam Mohamed Boyasseer (status: delisted) Date Description 6 May 2011 Transmission of case 10 to the Committee 9 January 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 1 March 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 8 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2018/120 18-02494 14/32 Case 11, Mondher ben Mohsen ben Ali al-Baazaoui (status: delisted) Date Description 1 June 2011 Transmission of case 11 to the Committee 19 January 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 1 March 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 30 March 2012 Committee decision to delist 10 July 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 12, Kamal ben Mohamed ben Ahmed Darraji (status: delisted) Date Description 30 June 2011 Transmission of case 12 to the Committee 28 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 3 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 4 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 13, Fondation Secours Mondial (status: amendedb) Date Description 7 July 2011 Transmission of case 13 to the Committee 14 December 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 January 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 17 February 2012 Committee decision to amend 9 July 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons b Amended to be removed as an alias of Global Relief Foundation (QE.G.91.02). (...) S/2018/120 21/32 18-02494 Case 38, Moustafa Abbas (listed as Moustafa Abbes) (status: delisted) Date Description 13 February 2013 Transmission of case 38 to the Committee 12 August 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 13 September 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 30 September 2013 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 39, Atilla Selek (status: delisted) Date Description 13 February 2013 Transmission of case 39 to the Committee 2 October 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 13 December 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 31 December 2013 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 40, Youssef ben Abdul Baki Ben Youcef Abdaoui (status: delisted) Date Description 4 March 2013 Transmission of case 40 to the Committee 14 November 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 11 February 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 April 2014 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 41, L’hadi Bendebka (listed as Abdelhedi Ben Debka) (status: delisted) Date Description 12 March 2013 Transmission of case 41 to the Committee 14 October 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 3 December 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 18 December 2013 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2018/120 18-02494 22/32 Case 42, Youcef Abbas (listed as Youcef Abbes) (status: delisted) Date Description 20 March 2013 Transmission of case 42 to the Committee 2 October 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 15 November 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 3 December 2013 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 43, Said Yousef AbouAziz (listed as Said Youssef Ali Abu Aziza) (status: delisted) Ombudsperson case became moot following the Committee’s decision of 26 August 2013 Date Description 27 March 2013 Transmission of case 43 to the Committee 26 August 2013 Committee decision to delist Case 44, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 2 May 2013 Transmission of case 44 to the Committee 4 February 2014 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 21 April 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 21 April 2014 Committee decision to retain listing 30 July 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 45, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 6 May 2013 Transmission of case 45 to the Committee 9 December 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 11 February 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 11 February 2014 Committee decision to retain listing 17 March 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2018/120 23/32 18-02494 Case 46, Ahmed Nacer Yacine (status: delisted) Date Description 10 May 2013 Transmission of case 46 to the Committee 12 December 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 25 February 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 13 March 2014 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 47, Nabil Benatia (listed as Nabil ben Mohamed ben Ali ben Attia) (status: delisted) Date Description 3 June 2013 Transmission of case 47 to the Committee 12 November 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 13 December 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 31 December 2013 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 48, Wael Hamzah Jelaidan (listed as Wa’el Hamza Abd al-Fatah Julaidan) (status: delisted) Date Description 17 June 2013 Transmission of case 48 to the Committee 19 March 2014 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 June 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 25 August 2014 Committee decision to delist 29 October 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 49, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 24 June 2013 Transmission of case 49 to the Committee 4 April 2014 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 June 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee S/2018/120 18-02494 24/32 Date Description 24 June 2014 Committee decision to retain listing 10 September 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 50, Al-Haramain Foundation (USA) (status: delisted) Date Description 5 September 2013 Transmission of case 50 to the Committee 30 June 2014 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 26 August 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 25 October 2014 Committee decision to delist 29 December 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 51, Aqeel Abdulaziz Aqeel Al-Aqeel (status: delisted) Date Description 28 October 2013 Transmission of case 51 to the Committee 18 August 2014 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 31 October 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 January 2015 Committee decision to delist 3 March 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 52, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 27 May 2014 Transmission of case 52 to the Committee 18 February 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 14 April 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 April 2015 Committee decision to retain listing 10 June 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 53, Abd al-Rahman Muhammad Jaffar ‘Ali (status: delisted) Date Description 13 June 2014 Transmission of case 53 to the Committee 9 December 2014 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee S/2018/120 25/32 18-02494 Date Description 29 January 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 31 March 2015 Committee decision to delist 12 May 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 54, Abdul Rahim al-Talhi (status: delisted) Date Description 19 June 2014 Transmission of case 54 to the Committee 29 January 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 March 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 17 May 2015 Committee decision to delist 22 July 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 55, Ismail Mohamed Ismail Abu Shaweesh (status: delisted) Date Description 23 June 2014 Transmission of case 55 to the Committee 10 November 2014 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 16 December 2014 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 January 2015 Committee decision to delist 17 February 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 56, one individual (status: denied) (repeated request) Date Description 5 September 2014 Transmission of case 56 to the Committee 21 April 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 19 June 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 19 June 2015 Committee decision to retain listing 10 July 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2018/120 18-02494 26/32 Case 57, one individual (status: denied) (repeated request) Date Description 9 September 2014 Transmission of case 57 to the Committee 8 June 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 27 July 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 27 July 2015 Committee decision to retain listing 20 August 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 58, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 10 September 2014 Transmission of case 58 to the Committee 29 June 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 August 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 24 August 2015 Committee decision to retain listing 30 October 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 59, Al Sayyid Ahmed Fathi Hussein Eliwah (status: delisted) Date Description 30 September 2014 Transmission of case 59 to the Committee 12 May 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 19 June 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 18 August 2015 Committee decision to delist 2 September 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 60, Mohammed Ahmed Shawki al Islambolly (status: delisted) Date Description 10 November 2014 Transmission of case 60 to the Committee 13 July 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 August 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 26 October 2015 Committee decision to delist 27 October 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2018/120 27/32 18-02494 Case 61, Yasser Mohamed Ismail Abu Shaweesh (status: delisted) Date Description 19 January 2015 Transmission of case 61 to the Committee 7 July 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 August 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 9 September 2015 Committee decision to delist 6 November 2015 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 62, Abd al Wahab Abd al Hafiz (status: delisted) Date Description 11 March 2015 Transmission of case 62 to the Committee 9 November 2015 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 23 December 2015 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Co
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REPORT :ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE G. BUSTAMANTE
response Type of reply2 08.04.2008 Belgium JUA An Albanian family (husband, wife and a child boy born in Belgium) Arbitrary Detention of irregular migrants - right to health/ non-repatriation for humanitarian reasons 03.06.2008 CR 22.01.2008 Dominican Republic JLoA • 1 male national from Haiti coordinator of an association of migrant workers and by extension his family • An undetermined number of migrants living in Ranchadero Racism, xenophobia, discrimination and related intolerance against migrants; threats to life and physical and personal security of migrants/ protection of the human rights of defenders of migrant workers - NR 1 Type of Communication: UA: Urgent Appeal; JUA: Joint Urgent Appeal; LoA: Letter of Allegation; JLoA: Joint Letter of Allegation. 2 Character of replies received: CR: Comprehensive response; PR: Partial response; NR: No response. (...) A/HRC/11/7/Add.1 page 14 Human rights issues and themes that have been matter of consideration by the Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants in his communications during the period under review, include: the protection of migrants in the context of mixed migratory flows; the human rights impact of the criminalization of irregular migration; racism, xenophobia, discrimination and related intolerance against migrants, including violence and physical attacks; the protection of human rights in the context of irregular cross border; the protection of the child in the context of migration; non-repatriation of irregular migrants for humanitarian reasons; identification and special protection of persons in vulnerable situations in migration-related circumstances, including age determination assessment; deportation of irregular migrants and the protection of the unity of the family; the protection of the child against all forms of discrimination or punishment on the basis of the immigration status of his or her parents and the protection of family unity; the protection of will- be-returned-nationals against torture in countries of origin; equal rights for migrants as of marriage; protection and de-criminalization of victims of illegal migrant-smuggling networks; ensuring the protection of human rights at all stages of the migration process management; violence against migrant women; the protection of defenders of migrants’ human rights and of the rights of migrant workers; the independence of judges and lawyers in cases involving migrants; the human rights protection of non-nationals under the jurisdiction of the State.
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LETTER DATED 7 AUGUST 2017 FROM THE OMBUDSPERSON ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Naciones Unidas S/2017/685 Consejo de Seguridad Distr. general 7 de agosto de 2017 Español Original: inglés 17-13846 (S) 290817 010917 *1713846* Carta de fecha
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LETTER DATED 1 FEBRUARY 2016 FROM THE OMBUDSPERSON ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2016/96 13/31 16-01351 Annex Status of cases Case 1, one individual (Status: denied) Date Description 28 July 2010 Transmission of case 1 to the Committee 28 February 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 10 May 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 June 2011 Committee decision 1 September 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 2, Safet Ekrem Durguti (Status: delisted) Date Description 30 September 2010 Transmission of case 2 to the Committee 26 April 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 31 May 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 June 2011 Committee decision to delist 12 August 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 3, one entity (Status: delisting request withdrawn by petitioner) Date Description 3 November 2010 Transmission of case 3 to the Committee 14 June 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 26 July 2011 Presentation of comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 August 2011 Withdrawal of petition Case 4, Shafiq Ben Mohamed Ben Mohammed Al Ayadi (Status: delisted) Date Description 6 December 2010 Transmission of case 4 to the Committee 29 June 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee S/2016/96 16-01351 14/31 Date Description 26 July 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 17 October 2011 Committee decision to delist 8 November 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 5, Tarek Ben Al-Bechir Ben Amara Al-Charaabi (Status: delisted) Date Description 30 December 2010 Transmission of case 5 to the Committee 26 April 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 31 May 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 June 2011 Committee decision to delist 12 August 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 6, Abdul Latif Saleh (Status: delisted) Date Description 14 January 2011 Transmission of case 6 to the Committee 17 June 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 26 July 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 19 August 2011 Committee decision to delist 8 November 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 7, Abu Sufian Al-Salamabi Muhammed Ahmed Abd Al-Razziq (Status: delisted) Date Description 28 January 2011 Transmission of case 7 to the Committee 23 September 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 15 November 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 30 November 2011 Committee decision to delist 13 February 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2016/96 15/31 16-01351 Case 8, Ahmed Ali Nur Jim’ale and 23 entities a (Status: delisted) Date Description 17 March 2011 Transmission of case 8 to the Committee 23 September 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 13 December 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 27 December 2011 Committee decision to delist six entities 21 February 2012 Committee decision to delist one individual and 17 entities 8 June 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons a Barakaat North America, Inc., Barakat Computer Consulting, Barakat Consulting Group, Barakat Global Telephone Company, Barakat Post Express, Barakat Refreshment Company, Al Baraka Exchange, LLC, Barakaat Telecommunications Co. (...) Case 9, Saad Rashed Mohammed Al-Faqih and Movement for Reform in Arabia (Status: delisted) Date Description 19 April 2011 Transmission of case 9 to the Committee 21 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 1 July 2012 Committee decision to delist 13 November 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 10, Ibrahim Abdul Salam Mohamed Boyasseer (Status: delisted) Date Description 6 May 2011 Transmission of case 10 to the Committee 9 January 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 1 March 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 8 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2016/96 16-01351 16/31 Case 11, Mondher ben Mohsen ben Ali al-Baazaoui (Status: delisted) Date Description 1 June 2011 Transmission of case 11 to the Committee 19 January 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 1 March 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 30 March 2012 Committee decision to delist 10 July 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 12, Kamal ben Mohamed ben Ahmed Darraji (Status: delisted) Date Description 30 June 2011 Transmission of case 12 to the Committee 28 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 3 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 4 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 13, Fondation Secours Mondial (Status: amended b ) Date Description 7 July 2011 Transmission of case 13 to the Committee 14 December 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 January 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 17 February 2012 Committee decision to amend 9 July 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons b Amended to be removed as an alias of Global Relief Foundation (QE.G.91.02.). Case 14, Sa’d Abdullah Hussein al-Sharif (Status: delisted) Date Description 20 July 2011 Transmission of case 14 to the Committee 29 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee S/2016/96 17/31 16-01351 Date Description 3 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 27 April 2012 Committee decision to delist 5 June 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 15, Fethi ben al-Rebei Absha Mnasri (Status: delisted) Date Description 4 August 2011 Transmission of case 15 to the Committee 9 March 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 16, Mounir Ben Habib Ben al-Taher Jarraya (Status: delisted) Date Description 15 August 2011 Transmission of case 16 to the Committee 9 March 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 17, Rachid Fettar (Status: delisted) Date Description 26 September 2011 Transmission of case 17 to the Committee 27 April 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 5 June 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 20 June 2012 Committee decision to delist 19 December 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2016/96 16-01351 18/31 Case 18, Ali Mohamed El Heit (Status: delisted) Date Description 5 October 2011 Transmission of case 18 to the Committee 2 May 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 3 July 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 19 July 2012 Committee decision to delist 19 December 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 19, Yassin Abdullah Kadi (listed as Yasin Abdullah Ezzedine Qadi) (Status: delisted) Date Description 16 November 2011 Transmission of case 19 to the Committee 11 July 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 10 September 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 5 October 2012 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 20, Chabaane ben Mohamed ben Mohamed al-Trabelsi (Status: delisted) Date Description 21 November 2011 Transmission of case 20 to the Committee 23 April 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 5 June 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 20 June 2012 Committee decision to delist 19 December 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 21, Adel Abdul Jalil Ibrahim Batterjee (Status: delisted) Date Description 3 January 2012 Transmission of case 21 to the Committee 10 October 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee S/2016/96 19/31 16-01351 Date Description 6 November 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 January 2013 Committee decision to delist 5 September 2013 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 22, Ibrahim ben Hedhili ben Mohamed al-Hamami (Status: delisted) Date Description 6 February 2012 Transmission of case 22 to the Committee 25 September 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 6 November 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 21 November 2012 Committee decision to delist 7 February 2013 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 23, Suliman Hamd Suleiman Al-Buthe (Status: delisted) (Repeated request) Date Description 23 February 2012 Transmission of case 23 to the Committee 30 August 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 27 November 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 10 February 2013 Committee decision to delist 30 August 2013 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 24, Mamoun Darkazanli (Status: delisted) Date Description 28 February 2012 Transmission of case 24 to the Committee 12 November 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 8 January 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 11 March 2013 Committee decision to delist 30 August 2013 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2016/96 16-01351 20/31 Case 25, Abdullahi Hussein Kahie (Status: delisted) Date Description 28 February 2012 Transmission of case 25 to the Committee 26 July 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 10 September 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 26 September 2012 Committee decision to delist 19 December 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 26, Usama Muhammed Awad Bin Laden (Status: delisted) Ombudsperson case became moot following the Committee’s decision of 21 February 2013 Date Description 23 April 2012 Transmission of case 26 to the Committee 15 February 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 21 February 2013 Committee decision to delist Case 27, one individual (Status: denied) Date Description 7 May 2012 Transmission of case 27 to the Committee 11 February 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 7 May 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 7 May 2013 Committee decision to retain listing 12 June 2013 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 28, one individual (Status: denied) Date Description 7 June 2012 Transmission of case 28 to the Committee 20 November 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 8 January 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 8 January 2013 Committee decision to retain listing 29 January 2013 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2016/96 21/31 16-01351 Case 29, Muhammad ‘Abdallah Salih Sughayr (Status: delisted) Date Description 25 July 2012 Transmission of case 29 to the Committee 9 April 2013 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 21 May 2013 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombuds
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LETTER DATED 23 JANUARY 2017 FROM THE OMBUDSPERSON ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2017/60 17-01005 14/38 Annex Status of cases Case 1, one individual (Status: denied) Date Description 28 July 2010 Transmission of case 1 to the Committee 28 February 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 10 May 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 June 2011 Committee decision 1 September 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 2, Safet Ekrem Durguti (Status: delisted) Date Description 30 September 2010 Transmission of case 2 to the Committee 26 April 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 31 May 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 June 2011 Committee decision to delist 12 August 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 3, one entity (Status: delisting request withdrawn by petitioner) Date Description 3 November 2010 Transmission of case 3 to the Committee 14 June 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 26 July 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 August 2011 Withdrawal of petition S/2017/60 15/38 17-01005 Case 4, Shafiq Ben Mohamed Ben Mohammed Al Ayadi (Status: delisted) Date Description 6 December 2010 Transmission of case 4 to the Committee 29 June 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 26 July 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 17 October 2011 Committee decision to delist 8 November 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 5, Tarek Ben Al-Bechir Ben Amara Al-Charaabi (Status: delisted) Date Description 30 December 2010 Transmission of case 5 to the Committee 26 April 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 31 May 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 June 2011 Committee decision to delist 12 August 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 6, Abdul Latif Saleh (Status: delisted) Date Description 14 January 2011 Transmission of case 6 to the Committee 17 June 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 26 July 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 19 August 2011 Committee decision to delist 8 November 2011 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2017/60 17-01005 16/38 Case 7, Abu Sufian Al-Salamabi Muhammed Ahmed Abd Al-Razziq (Status: delisted) Date Description 28 January 2011 Transmission of case 7 to the Committee 29 August 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 15 November 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 30 November 2011 Committee decision to delist 13 February 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 8, Ahmed Ali Nur Jim’ale and 23 entities a (Status: delisted) Date Description 17 March 2011 Transmission of case 8 to the Committee 23 September 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 13 December 2011 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 27 December 2011 Committee decision to delist six entities 21 February 2012 Committee decision to delist one individual and 17 entities 8 June 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons a Barakaat North America, Inc., Barakat Computer Consulting, Barakat Consulting Group, Barakat Global Telephone Company, Barakat Post Express, Barakat Refreshment Company, Al Baraka Exchange, LLC, Barakaat Telecommunications Co. 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S/2017/60 17/38 17-01005 Case 9, Saad Rashed Mohammed Al-Faqih and Movement for Reform in Arabia (Status: delisted) Date Description 19 April 2011 Transmission of case 9 to the Committee 21 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 1 July 2012 Committee decision to delist 13 November 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 10, Ibrahim Abdul Salam Mohamed Boyasseer (Status: delisted) Date Description 6 May 2011 Transmission of case 10 to the Committee 9 January 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 1 March 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 8 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 11, Mondher ben Mohsen ben Ali al-Baazaoui (Status: delisted) Date Description 1 June 2011 Transmission of case 11 to the Committee 19 January 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 1 March 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 30 March 2012 Committee decision to delist 10 July 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2017/60 17-01005 18/38 Case 12, Kamal ben Mohamed ben Ahmed Darraji (Status: delisted) Date Description 30 June 2011 Transmission of case 12 to the Committee 28 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 3 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 4 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 13, Fondation Secours Mondial (Status: amended b ) Date Description 7 July 2011 Transmission of case 13 to the Committee 14 December 2011 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 January 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 17 February 2012 Committee decision to amend 9 July 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons b Amended to be removed as an alias of Global Relief Foundation (QE.G.91.02.). Case 14, Sa’d Abdullah Hussein al-Sharif (Status: delisted) Date Description 20 July 2011 Transmission of case 14 to the Committee 29 February 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 3 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 27 April 2012 Committee decision to delist 5 June 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2017/60 19/38 17-01005 Case 15, Fethi ben al-Rebei Absha Mnasri (Status: delisted) Date Description 4 August 2011 Transmission of case 15 to the Committee 9 March 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 16, Mounir Ben Habib Ben al-Taher Jarraya (Status: delisted) Date Description 15 August 2011 Transmission of case 16 to the Committee 9 March 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 17 April 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 2 May 2012 Committee decision to delist 3 August 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 17, Rachid Fettar (Status: delisted) Date Description 26 September 2011 Transmission of case 17 to the Committee 27 April 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 5 June 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 20 June 2012 Committee decision to delist 19 December 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2017/60 17-01005 20/38 Case 18, Ali Mohamed El Heit (Status: delisted) Date Description 5 October 2011 Transmission of case 18 to the Committee 2 May 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 3 July 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 19 July 2012 Committee decision to delist 19 December 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 19, Yassin Abdullah Kadi (listed as Yasin Abdullah Ezzedine Qadi) (Status: delisted) Date Description 16 November 2011 Transmission of case 19 to the Committee 11 July 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 10 September 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 5 October 2012 Committee decision to delist 25 August 2014 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons Case 20, Chabaane ben Mohamed ben Mohamed al-Trabelsi (Status: delisted) Date Description 21 November 2011 Transmission of case 20 to the Committee 23 April 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 5 June 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 20 June 2012 Committee decision to delist 19 December 2012 Formal notification to petitioner with reasons S/2017/60 21/38 17-01005 Case 21, Adel Abdul Jalil Ibrahim Batterjee (Status: delisted) Date Description 3 January 2012 Transmission of case 21 to the Committee 30 August 2012 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 6 November 2012 Presentation of the comprehensive report by
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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
The decrease in registered IDPs is partly due to some 210,000 recorded additional returns, and to the fact that some 120,000 people decided not to reregister as displaced persons for various reasons, such as successful integration or emigration, while some were unaware of, or confused by, the requisite procedures, or did not feel it was of value to them. 18. (...) Their return to their places of origin is unlikely for a variety of reasons, mainly: (a) unresolved property repossession processes; (b) delays in reconstruction of their houses, sometimes because they have been unable to submit the required documentation; (c) adverse conditions in communities of origin, such as lack of infrastructure, employment opportunities, access to education and health care; and (d) changes in the ethnic structure of return communities or the still outstanding return of other community members.20 Special assistance to these groups is necessary, and 10 years after the Dayton Peace Agreement, instituting systematic efforts to find durable solutions for them is a matter of urgency. 32. (...) Unemployment affects mainly young people, women and displaced persons, particularly those who lived in rural areas before the war and often lack the education and skills required for formal employment.26 At the already very high rate of 50 per cent in 2004,27 unemployment is expected to rise with the continuing process of privatization of State-owned enterprises, which is also the subject of concerns about a lack of transparency. Widespread discrimination based on ethnicity, political affiliation and gender adds to the difficulties for returnees to access the labour market.
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THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION : REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, KATARINA TOMASEVSKI
These ought to be highlighted because the widespread perception that any education automatically equals the right to education hinders adjustment of domestic law, policy and practice to China’s international human rights obligations. (...) Furthermore, misconceptions are widespread. Although the term “the right to education” is used abundantly, China’s Constitution and legislation define education as an individual duty, adding a “right to receive education”. (...) They are fuelled by a widespread assumption that most wealth results from misappropriation of public funds.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, CHRISTOF HEYNS : ADDENDUM
Furthermore, the Special Rapporteur’s attention was drawn to a practice known as “fake encounters” in parts of the country, which was widespread in the 1990s. While the extent thereof has dissipated, evidence shows that it still occurs. (...) He was informed of widespread allegations that the violence was fuelled by members of the Government of the State of Gujarat.29 47. (...) It is reportedly prevalent among poorer members of the population. Various reasons exist for accusing individuals of being witches, including superstitions and attempts to obtain property. 62.
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