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STATE WORLD POPUL RPT 2008

State of World Population 2008

Reaching Common Ground - Culture, Gender and Human Rights

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State of World Population
12 Nov 2008
The State of World Population 2008 demonstrates that an appreciation for cultures and values is a critical but sometimes overlooked aspect of successful development strategies. It shows how culture can strengthen and validate human rights perspectives and enable their broader acceptance, ownershi...
RULE OF LAW TOOLS POST CONFL

Rule-of-law Tools for Post-conflict States

Reparations Programmes

21 Apr 2008
In response to the myriad violations and abuses of fundamental rights that take place particularly during conflicts and under authoritarian regimes, a variety of measures have been developed. This publication has reviewed some of the relevant international law instruments on reparations, and has ...
HUMAN RGHTS LABOUR ENVIRO

United Nations Global Compact Inspirational Guide

Human Rights, Labour, Environment, Anti-corruption - Partnerships for Development

10 Dec 2008
The UN Global Compact is a framework for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption. As the world's largest, global corporate citizenship initiative, the ...
GAOR 62ND SUPP18 ELIM RAC DISCRIM

Report of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination: Seventieth Session (19 February-9 March 2007); Seventy-first Session (30 July-17 August 2007)

General Assembly Official Records, Sixty-second session

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Report of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
18 Jan 2008
The Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination held two regular sessions in 2007: the seventieth (1787th to 1817th meetings) and seventy-first (1818th to 1845th meetings). The Committee remains committed to a continual process of reflection on and improvement of its working methods, wi...
PROGRESO LAS MUJERES MUNDO 2008/09

El Progreso de las Mujeres en el Mundo 2008/2009

¿Quién Responde a las Mujeres? Género y Rendición de Cuentas

26 Mar 2009
Este volumen del Progreso de las Mujeres en el Mundo pregunta “¿Quien responde a las mujeres?” en un momento crucial. Este documento demuestra que los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio y otros compromisos internacionales que tratan de las mujeres sólo serán honrados si los sistemas de género y ...
PROGRES DES FEMMES TRAVERS 2008/09

Le progrès des femmes à travers le monde 2008

Qui est réponsable envers les femmes? Genre redevabilité

26 Mar 2009
Ce volume relatif au Progrès des femmes à travers le monde pose, à un moment crucial, la question : “qui est responsable envers les femmes?”. Il démontre que les Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement et les autres engagements internationaux concernant les femmes ne seront honorés que si d...
PROGRESS WORLDS WOMEN 2008/09

Progress of the World's Women 2008-2009

Who Answers to Women? Gender and Accountability

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Progress of the World’s Women
23 Oct 2008
This volume of Progress of the World’s Women asks the question “Who answers to women?” at a pivotal moment. It demonstrates that the Millennium Development Goals and other international commitments to women will only be met if gender-responsive accountability systems are put in place both nationa...
TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS

Trafficking in Human Beings and the 2006 World Cup in Germany

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IOM Migration Research Series
15 Jun 2007
Prior to the World Cup in Germany in 2006, there was considerable international concern that this event would contribute to a sharp increase in trafficking for sexual exploitation. This report investigates whether the number of victims of human trafficking for sexual exploitation increased during...
PRESERV FLEXIB IIA USE RESERV (A)

Preserving Flexibility in IIAs

The Use of Reservations (Arabic language)

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United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Series on International Investment Policies for Development
23 Mar 2007
GAOR 61ST SUPP40 V2 HR COMM RPT

Report of the Human Rights Committee

Volume II - 85th Session (17 October-3 November 2005); 86th Session (13-31 March 2006); 87th Session (10-28 July 2006)

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Report of the Human Rights Committee
26 Jan 2007
This is the official Record of the Report of the Human Rights Committee: Volume 
II - Eighty-fifth Session (17 October-3 November 2005); Eighty-sixth Session (13-31 March 2006); Eighty-seventh Session (10-28 July 2006) .
GAOR 61ST SUPP40 V1 HR COMM RPT

Report of the Human Rights Committee

Volume I - 85th Session (17 October-3 November 2005); 86th Session (13-31 March 2006); 87th Session (10-28 July 2006)

Series:
Report of the Human Rights Committee
26 Jan 2007
This is the official Record of the Report of the Human Rights Committee: 
Volume I - Eighty-fifth Session (17 October-3 November 2005); Eighty-sixth Session (13-31 March 2006); Eighty-seventh Session (10-28 July 2006).
GAOR 61ST SUPP44 RPT COMM TORTURE

Report of the Committee against Torture

Thirty-fifth Session (14-25 November 2005); Thirty-sixth Session (1-19 May 2006)

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Reports of the Committee Against Torture
This is the official Record of the Report of the Committee against Torture on the 
Thirty-fifth Session (14-25 November 2005); Thirty-sixth Session (1-19 May 2006).
MIGRATION HUMAN SMUGGLING NIGERIA

Migration, Human Smuggling and Trafficking from Nigeria to Europe

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IOM Migration Research Series
13 Nov 2006
There are several hundreds of thousands of Nigerians throughout Europe, half of whom live in the United Kingdom. According to this report, emigration has represented a considerable drain of highly qualified labour from Nigeria, while at the same time, the Nigerians abroad represent a substantial ...
INDIGENOUS WOMEN & THE UNITED NAT

Indigenous Women and the United Nations System

Good Practices and Lessons Learned

20 Apr 2007
Despite their enormous assets and contribution to society, indigenous women still suffer from multiple discrimination, both as women and as indigenous individuals. They are subjected to extreme poverty, trafficking, illiteracy, lack of access to ancestral lands, non-existent or poor health care a...