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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY ASIAN LEGAL RESOURCE CENTRE
The report by The Hindu Business Line, a reputed newspaper in India, found that women working in sugarcane fields in Beed district of the state of Maharashtra are being forced to remove their uterus for getting jobs. The rationale behind this that cane cutting is rigorous work with deadlines, and menstruation hinders it. (...) Further, the women are not only forced to remove their wombs, they are also forced to pay the expenses for the same too; the modus operandi is that the contractors pay for the medical procedure first, and then deduce the same from their wages and pushing them into almost debt-bondage. (...) The abuse of Indian women begins right from the womb. Because of various reasons ranging from son preference to social evils like dowry, many of them get killed in the wombs itself, as is evident from the sex ratio at birth that fell from 908 in 2012, to 877 in 2016.
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Score: 1503080.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/41/NGO/106&Lang=E
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The first addresses legal protection of children in the womb and the provision of maternal health consistent with the Agenda 2030 as a mechanism to realize the rights of the child. (...) Prohibitions on abortion at all stages of gestation are the most evident form of protecting children in the womb. While all nations have yet to reach this high bar, a majority of nations do not allow children in the womb to be disposed of as commodities, and regulate and restrict abortion, and afford children in the womb legal rights from the moment of conception.1 To fulfill the right to life of children, in addition to explicit protections for life in the womb, it is also essential to create the conditions for children in the womb to develop and be born. (...) In fact, some groups even advocated that MDG5 could be realized by the deliberate killing of children in the womb through abortion, even though there is no evidence at all that abortion prevents maternal mortality in a population.2 The 2030 development agenda should make maternal health a distinct priority, but a new paradigm is needed.
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Score: 1421919.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Issues/Children/2030/C_Fam.pdf
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RIGHTS OF THE CHILD : WRITTEN STATEMENT
The traditional Native American extended family and tribal social structure makes the need for removal of children from their communities and the tribe unnecessary violation of Indigenous children's human rights and cultural survival. (...) Health effects include a marked increase in diabetes, hormone-based disorders, behavioral and learning disabilities, central nervous system damage, cancers, and diseases of the immune system. 4 Children are particularly susceptible to the impacts for POPs exposure beginning when they are in their mothers ’ wombs and POPs pass through the mother’s placenta to the unborn child. (...) In the US and Canada, Mohawk Indian Peoples traditionally consume large amounts of fish, and Mohawk women carry over 10.000 parts per million of PCB in their bodies that is passed on to babies in the womb and through breast milk. In Mexico and Central America, DDT and other hazardous commercial pesticides banned for use in northern industrialized countries, are imported and commonly used in agricultural practices, including aerial spraying of crops, workers and communities.
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Score: 1417464.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.4/2001/NGO/43&Lang=E
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STATEMENT /SUBMITTED BY PRIESTS FOR LIFE
Priests for Life believes that consistent non-discriminatory protection of girls, beginning in the womb, must be embraced and advanced unhindered by pro -abortion activism. (...) How many more girls will lose their lives when they are identified in the womb as female and eliminated through the harmful practice of sex selection abortion? (...) Girls of the world need to have their lives protected and respected right from the start, in the womb, as stated in the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action.
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Score: 1345439 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=E/CN.6/2020/NGO/182&Lang=E
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"But we have compelling evidence to show that undernutrition in the womb could sentence adults to a life of vulnerability to diseases like heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity." (...) An undernourished foetus adapts to the environment in the womb in a much more subtle way that affects the baby even if it subsequently gains weight." (...) If this little girl was undernourished in the womb, her chances for a healthy old age are slim.
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Score: 1341064.8 - https://www.fao.org/worldfoods...lish/newsroom/focus/focus3.htm
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IMPLEMENTATION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 60/251 OF 15 MARCH 2006 ENTITLED "HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL" : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL INDIAN TREATY COUNCIL (IITC)
The Los Angeles Times recently reported on a declaration by scientists from five countries reporting a growing body of evidence confirming that humans are vulnerable to long-term harm from toxic exposures in the womb and during their first years. “Convening in the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic, toxicologists, pediatricians, epidemiologists and other experts warned that when fetuses and newborns encounter various toxic substances, growth of critical organs and functions can be skewed. (...) Ibenau have repeatedly reported, many of these poisons are not labeled, or have had labels removed by the time they reach the communities where they are indiscriminately applied. (...) The development, health and potential of our Future Generations is at stake since nursing infants, young children and unborn babies still in their mothers’ wombs are the most severely harmed. We therefore urgently reiterate the call to the Human Rights Council made by 24 Indigenous organizations from 5 regions at the 2006 UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations to initiate a Study on the Global Human Rights impacts of the export, use and failure by states to monitor dangerous and banned pesticides and other toxics, including the impacts on the health and development of Indigenous Peoples.
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Score: 1328514.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/HRC/5/NGO/34&Lang=E
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The Chamber found Muhimana guilty of murdering several Tutsi civilians, including a pregnant woman who he disemboweled so that he could see what the foetus looks like in its mother’s womb. He then used a machete to cut the woman from her breasts down to her genitals and removed the baby who cried for some time before dying.
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Score: 1315237.3 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/node/397
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The Chamber found Muhimana guilty of murdering several Tutsi civilians, including a pregnant woman who he disemboweled so that he could see what the foetus looks like in its mother’s womb. He then used a machete to cut the woman from her breasts down to her genitals and removed the baby who cried for some time before dying.
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Score: 1315237.3 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/ne...ces-muhimana-life-imprisonment
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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY ENDEAVOUR FORUM
From approximately 10 to 12 weeks into a pregnancy, doctors can determine whether the child in the womb is recognizable as a boy or girl. The violence begins in the womb. (...) Tiny, but perfect, little girls are systematically poisoned, dismembered and/or decapitated while in the sanctuary of their mothers’ wombs. Gender-selective abortions are done on the female child simply because she is a girl. (...) Millions of girl children are targeted for abortion (death in the womb) or left to die after birth (infanticide).
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Score: 1308928.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.6/2013/NGO/18&Lang=E
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High blood pressure leading to separation of the placenta in the womb was the most likely cause of stillbirth and could have been prevented if Golapi was able to reach the hospital on time. It could have helped manage her condition of pre-eclampsia leading to separation of the placenta in the womb. Socially, the reasons for still birth can be traced back to her pregnancy as an adolescent. (...) [i]      Stillbirth is an infant who has died in the womb having survived at least the first 28 weeks of pregnancy.
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Score: 1284953.1 - https://www.unicef.org/india/s...ories/memories-stillborn-child
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