Report of the Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, Frank La Rue* Summary This report explores key trends and challenges to the right of all individuals to seek,
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Before the workshop, the Rapporteur: should meet with the facilitator to review the workshop's objectives and report format During the workshop, the Rapporteur: • note all conclusions and remarks related to the theme • register all recommendations and outcomes • draw a list of participants (with ...
Rapporteur also met with the White House Advisor on Violence against Women and with members of the judiciary. 4. At the local level, the Special Rapporteur met with tribal authorities in the Eastern
TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) CDM CONFERENCE 2008 - RAPPORTEUR 1.0 BACKGROUND The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency (CDERA) is pleased to announce the
1 A joint event organised by the OECD Development Co-operation and Trade and Agriculture Directorates, with the support of the European Commission and the German Marshall Fund of the United States Rapporteur's Report by Simon J. Evenett, Rapporteur 3-4 NOVEMBER 2008 OECD CONFERENCE CENTRE, PARIS
The Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran once again requests that he be allowed to visit that country in order to develop his dialogue with the authorities and either substantiate or lay to rest, allegations of human rights violations committed within its ...
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Rapporteur Report Session 6: Surface Sampling/Biomonitoring Monitor: John Snawder National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health Co-Monitor: Matthew Magnuson Environmental Protection Agency Rapporteur: Deborah Sammons National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health
Rapporteur noted that poverty was a major factor and that many of these women were either sold into prostitution or left their homes to escape poverty.