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Review of further developments in fields with which the Sub-commission has been concerned
Halima Embarek Warzazi
|Other titles||Study on traditional practices affecting the health of women and children|
|Statement||by Halima Embarek Warzazi|
|Contributions||United Nations. Sub-commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 39 p.;|
|Number of Pages||39|
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Original: ENGLISH/FRENCH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities Forty-sixth session Item 4 of the provisional agenda REVIEW OF FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS IN FIELDS WITH WHICH THE SUB-COMMISSION HAS BEEN CONCERNED HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENTFile Size: KB.
Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities. Review of further developments in fields with which the Sub-Commission has been concerned: Human Rights and the Environment.
Final report prepared by Special Rapporteur General, Fatma Zohra Ksentini, E/CN.4/Sub.2// by: See, e.g. Review of Further Developments in Fields With Which the Sub-Commission has Been Concerned, Human Rights and the Environment, Final Reportprepared by Mrs FatmaZobra Kentini, Special Rapporteur,File Size: 1MB.
5 See, e.g. Review of Further Developments in Fields With Which the Sub-Commission has Been Concerned, Human Rights and the Environment, Final Reportprepared by Mrs Fatma Zohra Ksentini, Special Rapporteur.
1 See Fatma Zohra Ksentini, Review of Further Developments in Fields with which the Sub-Commission has been concerned Human Rights and the Environment, E/CN.4/Sub.2//9, UN ECOSOC, 46th sess, Agenda Item 4, (6 July ) (‘Ksentini Report’) Annex 1 Draft Principles on Human Rights and the Environment, principle 2.
Sub-Commission at this session will be consolidated in a single corrigendum, to be issued shortly after the end of the session. GE/B (E) The meeting was called to order at p.m. REVIEW OF FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS IN FIELDS WITH WHICH THE SUB-COMMISSION HAS BEEN CONCERNED (agenda item 4) (continued) (E/CN.4/Sub.2//4, 5, 6, 7 and.
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The Baha'i International Community welcomes the important initiatives of the Sub-Commission with respect to the protection of minorities. In particular, we congratulate Mr. Eide on his progress report E/CN.4/Sub.2//46, and welcome this opportunity to share our thoughts with respect to "possible ways and means of facilitating the peaceful and constructive solution of problems involving.
Global Governance of Hazardous Pesticides to Protect Children: Beyond 02/02/ Review of further developments in fields with which the sub-commission has been concerned: Human rights and the environment.
Among others, the Sub-Commission discussed item IV, entitled "Review of Further Developments in Fields Which the Sub-Commission Has Been Concerned".
 It is also referred to as the "Study on Genocide", prepared by the Special Rapporteur, Mr. Benjamin Whitaker (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island). A third subject which has engaged the attention of Sub-Commission I has been approached in yet another way.
This concerns the economic aspects of inland fisheries. At the First Session, the Secretariat had selected the subject of the appraisal of the economic and recreational values of angling and its development, considering this to be a field.
Self-determination conflicts outside the colonial context have previously appeared virtually impossible to settle. Long-running and very destructive internal armed conflicts have been the result.
Since the termination of the Cold War, however, there has been a Cited by: The term of protection has been extended to 70 years in a number of jurisdictions and free trade agreements. This has been criticized by some as going against the underlying policy objectives of the copyright system, see, for example, Lawrence Lessig, The Future of Ideas: the Fate of the Commons in a Connected World (New York: Random House, ).Cited by: Convention.
If this is successful, the sub-commission draws up a brief report on the facts of the case and the settlement arrived at. Such a friendly settlement has just been arranged in a case con cerning Belgium (Boeckmatis' pytition). Failing any such agreement, the petition goes before the.
there has been a large number of ratifications of conventions on subjects relating to concerns of the Sub-Commission. This has partly been the result of the ratification campaign launched by the Director-General following the World Summit for Social Development (Copenhagen, ).
The institutional responses. Notes having just been eIected to the Sub-Commission, and therefore to the Group. been ascertained that the United Nations University has developed a series of projects on scientific and technological developments, and it has been explained that these projects have the common objective of setting forth.
The Sub-Commission often has been the source of resolutions and ideas that are considered and adopted by higher U.N. bodies. With the assistance of the U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, members of the Sub-Commission also prepare studies on .Trends in International Politics and Contributions to Peace.
1. East-West Relations As has been shown, in Nicaragua developments are hampering efforts toward democratization. Realization of peace in the area is far from being assured.
Also in the elections for membership to the Sub-commission on Prevention of Discrimination and.of the Declaration), submitted the Declaration to the Sub-Commission in the form of a working paper, without further comment.
As the topic was not on the Sub-Commission's agenda, there was no discus sion on the text. The Sub-Commission nevertheless decided without a.