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VI. PROGRAM MONITORING ACTIVITIES



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VI. PROGRAM MONITORING ACTIVITIES

It will be incumbent upon the CIM to monitor this inter-American program and to coordinate and evaluate, in coordination with governmental mechanisms pertaining to women, the actions taken to implement it, including support for the formulation of policies to promote women’s human rights and gender equality.

The Secretary General of the OAS shall report annually to the General Assembly of the OAS on implementation of this program by the organs and agencies of the inter-American system.

AG/RES. 1733 (XXX-O/00)


INTER-AMERICAN YEAR OF THE CHILD AND THE ADOLESCENT
(Resolution adopted at the first plenary session,

held on June 5, 2000)


THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,


HAVING SEEN the Annual Report of the Inter-American Children’s Institute (IACI) to the General Assembly (CP/doc.3278/00) on the work of the 74th Regular Meeting of its Directing Council and the Eighteenth Pan American Child Congress, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in September 1999;
CONSIDERING resolution AG/RES. 1667 (XXIX-O/99), “Inclusion of Children’s Issues on the Hemispheric Agenda,” which states that it is absolutely essential that children’s issues be given priority consideration in inter-American political forums, especially in the General Assembly of the OAS and at the Third Summit of the Americas;
BEARING IN MIND that it is advisable that children’s issues included on the hemispheric agenda be accompanied by other initiatives that reinforce cooperation in the Hemisphere in areas related to children and adolescents; and
NOTING that, resolution CD/RES. 05 (74-R/99), adopted at the 74th Regular Meeting of the Directing Council of the IACI, established the Inter-American Preparatory Committee for Children’s Issues for the 2001 Summit of the Americas, chaired by the Director General of the IACI,
RESOLVES:
1. To declare the year 2001 “Inter-American Year of the Child and the Adolescent.”
2. To urge member states to promote activities to establish, strengthen, and implement public policies to ensure the well-being and integral development of children and adolescents.
3. To request the General Secretariat and the Inter-American Children’s Institute to assist the member states in conducting conferences, seminars, and other activities relating to issues of children and adolescents throughout 2001, by providing advisory services, within the resources allocated in the program-budget and other resources.
4. To invite member states, permanent observers, international organizations, multilateral financial institutions, the Inter-American Preparatory Committee for Children’s Issues for the 2001 Summit of the Americas, and civil society organizations to cooperate in efforts and activities carried out in the context of the activities set forth in this resolution.

AG/RES. 1734 (XXX-O/00)


OBSERVATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COMMITTEE AGAINST TERRORISM


(Resolution adopted at the first plenary session,

held on June 5, 2000)


THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,


HAVING SEEN the Annual Report of the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE) to the General Assembly (CP/doc.3268/00) and the observations and recommendations of the Permanent Council thereon (AG/doc.3848/00 add. 2) (CP/ACTA 1224/00);
BEARING IN MIND that the General Assembly, through its resolution AG/RES. 1650 (XXIX-O/99), "Hemispheric Cooperation to Prevent, Combat, and Eliminate Terrorism," created the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE), approved its Statute, and convened its first regular session; and
CONSIDERING:
That the first regular session of CICTE was held in Miami, Florida, on October 28 and 29, 1999; and
That, at its first regular session, CICTE approved its work plan, which was based on the recommendations contained in the Commitment of Mar del Plata, adopted at the Second Inter-American Specialized Conference on Terrorism, held on November 23 and 24, 1998, in Mar del Plata, Argentina,
RESOLVES:
1. To request the OAS General Secretariat to report to the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE), at its second regular session, on the fulfillment of the tasks entrusted to it by CICTE, which are set forth in the Work Program of CICTE, attached to document CP/doc.3268/00 as Annex C.
2. To urge the OAS member states to comply with the recommendations contained in the Work Program of CICTE.
3. To request CICTE, in its annual report, to report to the General Assembly at its thirty-first regular session on the implementation of this resolution.

AG/RES. 1735 (XXX-O/00)


OBSERVATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE ORGANS, AGENCIES, AND ENTITIES OF THE ORGANIZATION


(Resolution adopted at the first plenary session,

held on June 5, 2000)


THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,


HAVING SEEN the observations and recommendations made by the Permanent Council on the annual reports presented by the Pan American Health Organization (CP/doc.3275/00), the Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CP/doc.3269/00), the Inter-American Commission of Women (CP/doc.3276/00), the Inter-American Children’s Institute (CP/doc.3278/00), the Inter-American Indian Institute (CP/doc.3281/00), the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CP/doc.3286/00), the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CP/doc.3268/00), the Pan American Institute of Geography and History (CP/doc.3279/00), the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (CP/doc.3283/00), the Administrative Tribunal (CP/doc.3280/00 corr. 1 add. 1), and the Secretary General (CP/doc.3294/00);
CONSIDERING:
That the observations and recommendations made by the Permanent Council on the annual reports of the aforementioned organs, agencies, and entities appear in minutes CP/ACTA 1223/00, 1224/00, 1225/00, 1226/00, 1228/00, and 1232/00 (AG/doc.3848/00 add.2); and
That the Permanent Council’s recommendations and observations recognize the successful efforts of the organs, agencies, and entities of the Organization to further the principles and objectives of the Organization and the inter-American system; and
BEARING IN MIND that these reports have been presented pursuant to Article 91.f of the OAS Charter and resolution AG/RES. 1452 (XXVII-O/97), and that the draft resolution attached to the Annual Report of the Inter-American Children's Institute was replaced by another, which was approved by the Permanent Council and forwarded to the General Assembly,
RESOLVES:
1. To note the observations and recommendations of the Permanent Council on the annual reports and to transmit them to the organs, agencies, and entities of the Organization.
2. To thank the organs, agencies, and entities of the Organization that complied with the statutory deadline for presentation of annual reports, and once again to urge all organs, agencies, and entities to present their reports in accordance with Article 35 of the Rules of Procedure of the Permanent Council.

AG/RES. 1736 (XXX-O/00)





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