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Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 27 July 2012 (A/RES/66/288) - The future we want

A/RES/66/288
11/09/2012
66/288. The future we want
 
The General Assembly,
 
Recalling its resolution 64/236 of 24 December 2009, in which it decided to organize, in 2012, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development at the highest possible level, as well as its resolution 66/197 of 22 December 2011,
 
1. Expresses its profound gratitude to the Government and the people of Brazil for hosting the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro from 20 to 22 June 2012, and for providing all the necessary support;
 
2. Endorses the outcome document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, entitled “The future we want”, annexed to the present resolution.

Report of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals established pursuant to General Assembly resolution 66/288

A/68/L.61
08/09/2014
The General Assembly,
 
Recalling the outcome document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, entitled “The future we want”, contained in resolution 66/288 of 27 July 2012, in which Heads of State and Government, inter alia, resolved to establish an inclusive and transparent intergovernmental process on sustainable development goals open to all stakeholders, with a view to developing global sustainable development goals to be agreed by the General Assembly,
 
1. Acknowledges the conclusion of the work of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals, and welcomes its report;
 

Annual report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children (2014)

A/69/264
06/08/2014
Summary
 
The present annual report provides, pursuant to General Assembly resolution
68/147, an overview of major developments promoted by the Special Representative
of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children to sustain and scale up efforts
to safeguard children’s freedom from violence.

Technical cooperation for the prevention of attacks against persons with albinism (A/HRC/RES/24/L.36)

A/HRC/RES/24/L.36
24/09/2013

Technical cooperation for the prevention of attacks against persons with albinism

The Human Rights Council,

Guided by the purposes, principles and provisions of the Charter of the United Nations,

Reaffirming the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and recalling relevant  international human rights treaties, including the International Covenant on Civil and  Political Rights, the International Covenant of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and  the Convention on the Rights of the Child,

Reaffirming also that everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person  and that no one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or  punishment,

High-level meeting of the General Assembly on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

A/RES/68/273
20/05/2014
The General Assembly,
 
Emphasizing that the Convention on the Rights of the Child constitutes the standard in the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, and, bearing in mind the importance of the Optional Protocols to the Convention, calling for their universal ratification and effective implementation, as well as that of other human rights instruments, 
 

Summary report on the full-day meeting on access to justice for children - Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

A/HRC/27/25
18/06/2014

Summary

The present report is submitted pursuant to Human Rights Council resolutions 22/32 and resolution 25/6, in which the Council requested the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to prepare a summary of the full-day meeting on the rights of the child. The report contains a summary of the discussions held on 13 March 2014 during the annual full-day meeting, the theme of which was access to justice for children.
 

Birth registration and the right of everyone to recognition everywhere as a person before the law - Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

A/HRC/27/22
17/06/2014

Summary

The present report contains an overview of the global rates of birth registration, a universal human right recognized in a number of international instruments. It considers the consequences and impact of non-registration on human rights, particularly since the right to be registered at birth is closely linked to the realization of many other rights, such as the right to health and the right to education. It also analyses the barriers to access to birth registration, provides examples of good practices and makes a number of recommendations to ensure the universal implementation of this right.
 

Resolution on the Rights of the Child: Access to justice for Children - Human Rights Council (25th Session)

A/HRC/RES/25/L.10
25/03/2014

Rights of the child: access to justice for children

The Human Rights Council,

Emphasizing that the Convention on the Rights of the Child constitutes the standard in the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, reaffirming that States parties to the Convention shall undertake all appropriate legislative, administrative and other measures for the implementation of the rights recognized therein, and, bearing in mind the importance of the Optional Protocols to the Convention, calling for their universal ratification and effective implementation, as well as of other human rights instruments,

Welcoming the twenty-fifth anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child,

UN Resolution on Ending Violence against Children: A Global Call to Make the Invisible Visible

A/HRC/RES/25/10
14/04/2014

The Human Rights Council,

Guided by the Charter of the United Nations, and reaffirming the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenants on Human Rights and other relevant international human rights instruments,

Emphasizing that the Convention on the Rights of the Child constitutes the standard in the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, bearing in mind the Optional Protocols thereto on the involvement of children in armed conflict and on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography, and reaffirming its provisions, purposes and principles, in particular its article 19, and the obligations of State parties thereto,