Author: CRC/C/GC/11Producing Organization: UNEDITED NationsUse Rights: non copyrightAvailability: soft copy onlyLanguage: English
Type: Gender,Human traffickking and Child RightsSize: 111.79 kBPublished Date:Tags: committee, rights, child, indigenous, convention, organization, states.
Finally, the Committee urges States parties to adopt a rights-based approach to indigenous children based on the Convention and other relevant international standards, such as ILO Convention No.169 and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. In order to guarantee effective monitoring of the implementation of the rights of indigenous children, States parties are urged to strengthen direct cooperation with indigenous communities and, if required, seek technical cooperation from international agencies, including UN entities. Empowerment of indigenous children and the effective exercise of their rights to culture, religion and language provide an essential foundation of a culturally diverse State in harmony and compliance with its human rights obligations.
The head of state and Government, ministers and representatives of the member states, reaffirming to the purposes and principles of the charter of the United Nations, in a spirit of cooperation with the indigenous People of the world , are assembled at United Nation Headquarters in New York on 22 and 23 September 2014 on the occasion of the high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly known as the world conference on Indigenous peoples to reiterate the importance and continuing role of the United Nations in promoting and protection the rights of indigenous People
Author: KARAPATAN Alliance for the Advancement of People's RightsProducing Organization: KARAPATAN Alliance for the Advancement of People's RightsUse Rights: non copyrightAvailability: soft copy onlyLanguage: English
Also known as salvaging, is the killing of one who has already been placed under the custody and control of state agents or who after being captured or abducted is in no position to commit any hostile act against the captors or abductors.
Initially Ton Pheung Garment factory requested that the questionnaires be left with the Human Resource Officer who would then distribute them to all the factory workers and would advise when to come to pick up the completed forms
This research on the voices of an upland people, a look into the Taoy community and participatory development in Southern Laos, was conducted in the fulfillment of the requirement
for the degree of International Executive Master in Development Studies (IMAS).
This report reveals that migration is very important issue in Lao PDR. In this era of mobility of the
workforce, this report explores women’s experiences of migration and analyses these stories
against the backdrop of Laotian culture. At the same time, this report will also serve the purpose of
providing the CEDAW Committee, with information about the actual situation in Lao PDR.
Author: Elizabeth MANN & ນີຫຼວງໂຄດProducing Organization: ໂຄງການຮ່ວມມືລາວ-ເຢຍລະມັນ ເພື່ອການພັດທະນາກ່ຽວກັບທີ່ດິນ (GTZ)Use Rights: No Copy rightAvailability: Soft Copy and Hard Copy at the LINK Resource CentreLanguage: Lao
Author: ສູນກາງສະຫະພັນແມ່ຍິງລາວ & ອົງການຄຸ້ມຄອລທີ່ດິນແຫ່ງຊາດProducing Organization: Rights-LINK ProjectUse Rights: No Copy rightAvailability: Soft Copy and Hard Copy at the LINK Resource CentreLanguage: Lao