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Nigéria : l’ONU appelle au respect de l’état de droit dans la lutte contre Boko Haram

Le Haut-Commissaire des Nations Unies aux droits de l'homme, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, a déclaré vendredi que les témoignages d'individus victimes de Boko Haram dans le nord du Nigéria faisaient état « d'une terreur absolue et de graves violations des droits de l'homme », tout en notant également des informations concernant des abus commis par les forces armées nigérianes.

2019-02-19T16:52:26-05:00vendredi, 5 juin 2015|Actualités, Pleins feux sur|

DOHA : au Qatar, le Congrès de l’ONU contre le crime discutera du lien entre prévention du crime et développement durable

9 avril 2015 – Alors que le Sommet sur le programme de développement pour l'après-2015 aura lieu à New York en septembre, le 13ème Congrès des Nations Unies contre le crime se réunira à Doha, au Qatar, à partir de dimanche 12 avril pour discuter comment prévenir le crime pour construire un développement durable.

2019-02-19T16:52:27-05:00jeudi, 9 avril 2015|Actualités, Pleins feux sur|

Event on « Enhancing Access to Legal Aid in Criminal Justice Systems » on Thursday, 13 November 2014

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The Permanent Missions of Afghanistan, South Africa and the United States to the United Nations, the Rule of Law Unit on behalf of the UN Rule of Law Coordination and Resource Group (ROLCRG), and the International Legal Foundation (ILF) organised a panel discussion on “Enhancing Access […]

2019-02-19T16:52:27-05:00dimanche, 8 mars 2015|Pleins feux sur|

Presentation of the Secretary-General’s Guidance Note on Reparations for Conflict-Related Sexual Violence

In June 2014, the Secretary-General issued a Guidance Note on Reparations for Conflict-Related Sexual Violence. It sets out the relevant international legal framework that applies to this crime and develops the principles and operational guidelines that should direct United Nations support to Member States in this area. The drafting of this document was led by […]

2019-02-19T16:52:29-05:00mardi, 16 septembre 2014|Pleins feux sur|

United Nations rule of law consultations

States want to enrich their understanding of how the rule of law supports the work of the United Nations. Now is your chance to have your say on justice.

A report capturing your views will be presented to the United Nations General Assembly by the Secretary-General.

Have your say!

Visit http://blogs.un.org/ruleoflaw

2019-02-19T16:52:29-05:00mercredi, 23 octobre 2013|Pleins feux sur|

UNODC launches migrant smuggling data sharing system for state authorities

Bangkok (Thailand), 19 July 2013 – The UNODC Regional Office for Southeast Asia and the Pacific launched the Voluntary Reporting System on Migrant Smuggling and Related Conduct (VRS-MSRC) in support of the Bali Process on Tuesday, 16 July 2013. The VRS-MSRC is an internet-based, secure system where state authorities can collect and share migrant smuggling […]

2015-07-27T12:26:42-04:00lundi, 16 septembre 2013|Pleins feux sur|

High-level Meeting on the Rule of Law, 24 September 2012

The High-level Meeting of the 67th Session of the General Assembly on the Rule of Law at the National and International Levels took place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 24 September 2012. This was a unique occasion for all Member States, non-governmental organisations and civil society represented at the highest level, to […]

2019-02-19T16:52:30-05:00samedi, 1 septembre 2012|Pleins feux sur|