Free Speech 2014 Symposium PapersFree Speech 2014 Symposium Papers
Free speech is essential for an open liberal democracy and society. It’s the human right we use to defend our rights and freedoms. Being able to think and speak freely goes to the heart of individual autonomy and dignity
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Study related to discrimination against women in law and in practice in political and public life, including during times of political transitionsStudy related to discrimination against women in law and in practice in political and public life, including during times of political transitions
Working Group On The Issue Of Discrimination Against Women In Law And In Practice
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Summary of the Human Rights Council panel discussion on the importance of the promotion and protection of civil society space
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Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights is an independent human rights organization, which conducts monitoring of the observance of human rights and freedoms in Russia and abroad for over ten yearsAssociation of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights is an independent human rights organization, which conducts monitoring of the observance of human rights and freedoms in Russia and abroad for over ten years
Russia and abroad for over ten years. Independent experts of the Association lawyers, human rights defenders, civil activists, public figures – conduct the monitoring of the observance of human rights and freedoms
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Enhancing access to justice through public interest litigationEnhancing access to justice through public interest litigation
Thirmulpad V. Union of India, Lalita Kumari V. Govt of Up etc. Going by such significant leaps, access to justice appears to have become easier and within reach
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Plan of Action for the third phase (2015–2019) of the World Programme for Human Rights Education
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Australian contribution to the cwg-internet Ref cl-13/68 IntroductionAustralian contribution to the cwg-internet Ref cl-13/68 Introduction
Australian Government is taking on a number of these identified issues. Where appropriate the Australian Government position on the issue more generally is also set out
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Effective Practices for Infusing Human Rights and Peace Education Middle School and High School LevelEffective Practices for Infusing Human Rights and Peace Education Middle School and High School Level
A handy tool, developed and distributed by the Human Rights Resource Center at the University of Minnesota, allows students and teachers to discover human rights strengths and pinpoint areas that need a more comfortable temperature
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Jcgc general AssemblyJcgc general Assembly
Albania, Argentina, Bhutan, China, Colombia, Cuba, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia
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Youth participation in the democratic processesYouth participation in the democratic processes
The co-Rapporteur, Mr. A. K. Bagbin (Ghana) has agreed to the content of this report]
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United Nations A/hrc/AC/16/2United Nations A/hrc/AC/16/2
Iii. List of documents issued for the sixteenth session of the Advisory Committee 12
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Marshall Wm. ConleyMarshall Wm. Conley
Marshall Wm. Conley 115 Williams Lake Road St, Halifax, Nova Scotia, canada, B3P 1T5
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Part II strengthening the cultural sector in developing countries 7 Cultural cooperation in development policy 1 IntroductionPart II strengthening the cultural sector in developing countries 7 Cultural cooperation in development policy 1 Introduction
The Government’s overriding development policy objectives are to combat poverty and promote fair distribution. Norway’s cultural cooperation with countries in the South is based on the conviction that a free and independent cultural life helps to fight poverty
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Cyberspace as public domain: the role of civil societyCyberspace as public domain: the role of civil society
Infrastructure will circle the globe with information superhighways on which all people can travel. These highways -or, more accurately, networks of distributed intelligence- will allow us to share information, to connect
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Beirut Declaration on “Faith for Rights” (F4R)Beirut Declaration on “Faith for Rights” (F4R)
Individual and communal expression of religions or beliefs thrive and flourish in environments where human rights, based on the equal worth of all individuals, are protected
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