U.N./DOCUMENTS

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS- 60th SESSION. ITEM 6 : RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION [orginal statement]

Statement by Penelope Faulkner

Mr Chairman,

The Transnational Radical Party is deeply concerned by discrimination in the exercise of religious freedom in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. The main target of discrimination is the Unifie

POSITION PAPER OF THE TRANSNATIONAL RADICAL PARTY FOR THE 47TH SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON NARCOTICS, PREPARED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL ANTIPROHIBITIONIST LEAGUE

A first radical reform needed at the United Nation

Introduction

After a statement issued by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the beginning of the 58th UN General Assembly calling for radical

Laos: Country Reports on Human Rights Practices- 2003

Released by the US Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor

February 25, 2004

The Lao People's Democratic Republic is an authoritarian, Communist, one-party state ruled by the Lao People's Revolutionary Party (LPRP). Although the 19

Written statement by the Transnational Radical Party, a non-governmental organization in General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN, on item 18.

Written statement by the Transnational Radical Party, a non-governmental organization in General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN, on item 18. Effective functioning of human rights mechanisms: (a) Treaty bodies; (

Speeches at the 60th UN Human Rights Commission, March 15 - April 23, 2004

Speeches

Economic, social and cultural rights. Kok Ksor - Vietnam has ratified the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights in 1982. Despite this, it has not implemented any of the provisions contained in t

Statement by the delegate of Chile, Ambassador Heraldo Munoz, on behalf of the convening group of the Community of Democracies, after the vote of draft proposal contained in Doc. a/58/L15

Mr. President:

I have the honor to take the floor on behalf of the members of the convening group of the Community of Democracies. Composed of the Czech Republic, India, the Republic of Korea, Mali, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, and

SUB-COMMISSION CONTINUES DEBATE ON PREVENTION OF DISCRIMINATION

Sub-Commission on the Promotion and
Protection of Human Rights
55th session
12 August 2003
Morning


Expert Presents Report on Working Group on Indigenous Populations

The Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of H

Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights Fifty-fifth session. Item 3 7 August 2003

Statement
By Mr.Petru Dumitriu,
Charge d'affaires a.i.,
Permanent Mission of Romania


A review of the last 15 yars will ceertainly indicate important advances in democratisation processes on all continents. Democratic values, princ

Laos' Right to Reply to the Statement made by the representative of the Transnational Radical Party on Item 11: Civil and Plitical Rights, including the Questions of Torture and Detention, on 9th April 2003.

The delegation of the Lao People's Democratic Republic wishes to provide facts and clarification concerning unsubstantiated and unjustifiable allegations made by the representative of the Transnational Radical Party on 9th April 2003.

1. Along
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