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The loophole august 2013 (Issue No. 2 of 2013)The loophole august 2013 (Issue No. 2 of 2013)
August 2013 (Issue No. 2 of 2013)the loophole—Journal of the Commonwealth Association of Legislative Counsel
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The Bloodless Coup of July 16 in São Tomé e Príncipe*1The Bloodless Coup of July 16 in São Tomé e Príncipe*1
The chairman of the summit, Rev. Andrew Young, a former U. S. ambassador to the United Nations and mayor of Atlanta immediately blamed oil as the cause of the coup
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News Clips All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Genocide/ Coupures de presse Groupe parlementaire multipartite pour la prévention du génocide Good day / BonjourNews Clips All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Genocide/ Coupures de presse Groupe parlementaire multipartite pour la prévention du génocide Good day / Bonjour
Coupures de presse Groupe parlementaire multipartite pour la prévention du génocide
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Swimming to Cambodia Justice and ritual in human rights after conflict Hilary Charlesworth1 IntroductionSwimming to Cambodia Justice and ritual in human rights after conflict Hilary Charlesworth1 Introduction
I first met Michael Kirby in 1990, when I was a fledgling academic at the University of Melbourne. Since then, like so many others
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Forum: The General Assembly First Committee IssueForum: The General Assembly First Committee Issue
Concordia International School Shanghai Model United Nations ◆ Sixth Annual Session
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Topic: b children in Armed ConflictTopic: b children in Armed Conflict
This is to break the bond the child has with his or her family, and leaves the child with no option but to train (War Child). The United Nations has strived for years to end the use of child soldiers, and are working to save them
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An Exploration of Child Soldiering in Three Countries Sarah EiseleAn Exploration of Child Soldiering in Three Countries Sarah Eisele
This article will explore briefly the use of child soldiers in Uganda, Sri Lanka and Columbia, with discussion of what social workers can do in those nations and in their own
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Original: EnglishOriginal: English
The main part of the report provides an overview of standards and good practices in relation to some particularly important aspects of access to justice for children
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The loopholeThe loophole
Vice President—Elizabeth Bakibinga (Legal Officer, Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary General, United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo)
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Introduction: side by side: women, peace and securityIntroduction: side by side: women, peace and security
Women make up 50 per cent of the population, how can you possibly attempt to create and maintain international peace and security when you’re excluding 50% of the population?”
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Country and aid context Country contextCountry and aid context Country context
Undp human Development Index (187th, undp 2011). Its gross national income is usd 167 per capita (oecd, 2011), 71% of the population live below the poverty line of 25/day. The population is 67. 7million with an average life expectancy of
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East timor’s constitutional passage to independenceEast timor’s constitutional passage to independence
Dominant political organizations may be focused on the past and their role in the conflict rather than the future and their role as civilian political organizations
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Some Facts and Comments on the East Timor 2001 Constituent Assembly Election*1Some Facts and Comments on the East Timor 2001 Constituent Assembly Election*1
East Timorese people if they would accept or reject a status of special autonomy for East Timor within the unitary republic of Indonesia. To carry out this consultation
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The Impact of Conflict on Children in Occupied Palestinian Territory and IsraelThe Impact of Conflict on Children in Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel
Israeli and Palestinian children are also suffering serious physical and psychosocial effects from the escalation of violent conflict. In some cases, they themselves have perpetrated violence
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C/04/49 Brussels, 23 February 2004 6294/04 (Presse 49) 2563rd Council meeting External RelationsC/04/49 Brussels, 23 February 2004 6294/04 (Presse 49) 2563rd Council meeting External Relations
The 2562nd meeting on General Affairs is the subject of a separate press release
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