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GOUVERNEMENT DE PAIX OU DE DICTATURE? (PARTIE 2)
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Oct - 17:43 (2012)    Sujet du message: POUR LE PRÉSIDENT DE L'ASSEMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE, LA FORCE DE L'ONU TIENT À LA VOLONTÉ DE SES ÉTATS MEMBRES Répondre en citant





POUR LE PRÉSIDENT DE L'ASSEMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE, LA FORCE DE L'ONU TIENT À LA VOLONTÉ DE SES ÉTATS MEMBRES


Le Président de l'Assemblée générale, Vuk Jeremic. Photo: ONU/JC McIlwaine



2 October 2012 – Clôturant lundi soir le débat général de la 67ème session de l'Assemblée générale, son Président a estimé que la force des Nations Unies tenait avant tout à la volonté de ses États Membres.

Pour Vuk Jeremić, la participation, au cours de la semaine passée, de plus de 100 chefs d'État et de gouvernement et de plus de 70 vice-premiers ministres et ministres au débat général, indique clairement que l'ONU reste, selon les mots de la Charte, « un centre où s'harmonisent les efforts des nations vers des fins communes ».

 « Faisons preuve d'esprit de compromis et essayons par tous les moyens de renforcer notre confiance mutuelle et, ce faisant, de répondre aux espoirs et aspirations des 193 États Membres des Nations Unies », a-t-il enjoint.

Alors que le débat était placé cette année sous le signe de l'« Ajustement et règlement des situations et des différends internationaux par des moyens pacifiques », les intervenants, s'est réjoui M. Jeremić, sont venus avec des propositions concrètes, notamment en ce qui concerne l'amélioration de l'utilisation des mécanismes existants, par exemple en renforçant le soutien international aux opérations de maintien de la paix de l'ONU. D'autres ont reconnu le rôle de plus en plus important des organisations régionales comme l'Union africaine et l'Union européenne dans les missions de l'ONU.

« Des causes profondes se trouvent souvent à la base immédiate des différends politiques », a fait remarquer le Président, qui a retenu les appels à une approche globale et à des mesures à la fois de court et de long terme pour prévenir les conflits.

M. Jeremić a aussi indiqué que de nombreuses délégations étaient restées attachées aux principes fondamentaux de l'intégrité territoriale, de la souveraineté nationale et du respect du droit international par les États Membres. Ces principes sont les bases du multilatéralisme.

Le débat général a vu converger des vues selon lesquelles seule une approche intégrée rend possible la prévention des conflits, la PAIX et la SÉCURITÉ et le DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE. À cet égard, de nombreux orateurs ont souligné que la mise en œuvre des résultats de la Conférence sur le DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE Rio+20 devait être effective et assortie d'une stratégie financière réelle, avec une prise en considération des besoins spécifiques de l'Afrique.

S'agissant du Moyen-Orient, le Président de l'Assemblée générale a noté que de nombreuses délégations avaient appuyé la solution à deux États qui prenne en compte les légitimes préoccupations des Israéliens et des Palestiniens et leur permette de coexister en PAIX et en SÉCURITÉ. D'autres ont demandé un appui plus conséquent des Nations Unies aux pays arabes qui ont récemment connu des TRANSITIONS DÉMOCRATIQUES.

M. Jeremić a souligné que les États Membres qui soutiennent les efforts du Représentant spécial des Nations Unies et de la Ligue des États arabes, étaient très préoccupés par la détérioration de la situation humanitaire et sécuritaire en Syrie.

Prenant note de l'inquiétude de certains pays à l'égard de la prolifération des armes de destruction massive, notamment nucléaires, le Président a aussi entendu les interventions de ceux qui ont mis l'accent sur le droit légitime des États à accéder à la technologie nucléaire civile à des fins pacifiques, à condition d'adhérer au Traité de non-prolifération et au mandat de l'Agence internationale de l'énergie atomique.

M. Jeremic a également souligné que les États Membres avaient favorablement répondu à l'appel du Secrétaire général, Ban Ki-moon, pour faire face à la « tempête de vulnérabilité » qui balaye les pays du Sahel, comme en témoignent les menaces du terrorisme, de la sécession et de la criminalité organisée.

Dans sa conclusion, il a indiqué que la réforme de l'Assemblée générale et du Conseil de sécurité, ainsi que le renforcement des organismes chargés des droits de l'homme, avaient été évoqués plusieurs fois durant le débat général. En dépit des problèmes et des diverses opinions, M. Jeremić reste optimiste parce que « les dirigeants du monde nous ont montré la stratégie à suivre pour la mise en œuvre de l'agenda de cette soixante-septième session ».

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Oct - 17:55 (2012)    Sujet du message: LA SIERRA LÉONE AFFIRME SON ADHÉSION AUX PRINCIPES DE DÉMOCRATIE, DE DROITS DE L'HOMME ET DE PRÉVENTION DES CONFLITS Répondre en citant

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Langage utilisé pour montrer comment se mettent en place tous ces changements internationaux pour un monde de Paix et de Démocratie = Tyrannie et esclavage assurée. Modèle à suivre pour les autres nations .


Le Ministre des affaires étrangères de Sierra Léone, Joseph Dauda. Photo: ONU/J Carrier


1 October 2012 – Le Ministre des affaires étrangères de Sierra Léone, Joseph Dauda, a assuré lundi, devant l'Assemblée générale des Nations Unies, que son pays continuerait à recourir à la médiation et aux autres formes de prévention des conflits et qu'il adhérait aux principes de la DÉMOCRATIE et DES DROITS DE L'HOMME. = Prévention des conflits : militariser le pays via les lois antiterroristes. Démocratie islamique et lois de la Sharia


Forte de son expérience, a-t-il dit, la Sierra Léone est consciente que « la DÉMOCRATIE, les droits de l'homme et la bonne gouvernance constituent une condition préalable à la stabilité politique, à la paix durable et à la sécurité et au développement », a affirmé M. Dauda, qui est également Ministre de la coopération internationale.

Il s'est dit particulièrement inquiet que la Conférence sur un traité relatif au commerce des armes ne soit pas parvenue à un consensus, en mettant l'accent sur le potentiel de déstabilisation du commerce illicite des armes légères.

Il a par ailleurs souligné les progrès réalisés par son pays dans le renforcement de la gouvernance politique et économique et mis l'accent sur l'amélioration des indicateurs sociaux. M. Dauda a affirmé que la Sierra Léone avait fait des progrès substantiels dans la mise en œuvre du Programme pour le changement 2008-2012, qui couvre les priorités des OBJECTIFS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT ET DE LA CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX. Il a également souligné les efforts déployés pour promouvoir la TOLÉRANCE RELIGIEUSE et la coexistence pacifique. = Soumission à l'islam. Il n'y a pas de tolérance sauf pour l'Islam, et ce dans tous les pays. Même si leurs lois disent le contraire, rien n'est fait pour protéger les autres religions.

Le Ministre s'est félicité du fait que son pays sera en mesure d'organiser dans les meilleures conditions les troisièmes élections présidentielles, parlementaires et locales, depuis la fin de la guerre civile il y a dix ans. Il s'est dit persuadé que le succès de ces élections sera une étape cruciale pour évaluer les progrès dans la consolidation de la PAIX et la DÉMOCRATIE. Il a rappelé que tous les acteurs du pays se sont engagés à tout mettre en œuvre pour parvenir à un processus crédible et pacifique, en signant la « Déclaration des élections de 2012 ».

En tant que coordinateur du Comité des Dix de l'Union Africaine (UA) sur la réforme des Nations Unies, M. Dauda a rappelé qu'au cours du dernier Sommet de l'Union africaine à Addis-Abeba, les chefs d'État africains avaient réaffirmé leur soutien au Consensus d'Ezulwini et à la Déclaration de Syrte. Il a précisé que, dans le souci de nouer des alliances pour promouvoir la position africaine, les États membres de l'Union africaine ont été invités à inclure la question de la réforme du Conseil de sécurité parmi les priorités de leur politique étrangère. Il a exhorté l'ONU à travailler d'urgence avec le continent africain afin de corriger l'injustice criante de la sous-représentation de l'Afrique au Conseil de sécurité.

Le Consensus d'Ezulwini, auxquels sont parvenus les pays africains en 2005, prévoit l'octroi de deux sièges permanents à l'Afrique dans un Conseil de sécurité remanié, dotés du droit de veto, et de cinq sièges non permanents.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Oct - 18:10 (2012)    Sujet du message: LE SECRÉTAIRE GÉNÉRAL SALUE LA CONTRIBUTION DES PETITS ÉTATS À LA PAIX ET AU DÉVELOPPEMENT Répondre en citant



LE SECRÉTAIRE GÉNÉRAL SALUE LA CONTRIBUTION DES PETITS ÉTATS À LA PAIX ET AU DÉVELOPPEMENT

Nous voyons bien que les Nations Unies et tous les pays membres mettent en place leur agenda global sans consulter les peuples des nations. Ces choses ne sont jamais discutées lors des élections. On ne nous raconte que des bobards, on nous fait de belles promesses qui ne sont jamais tenues, pour nous endormir pendant que leur agenda démoniaque continue d'avancer.


Le Secrétaire général Ban ki-moon et la Secrétaire d'état américaine, Hillary Clinton, à la Conférence marquant le 20ème anniversaire du Forum des petits états. Photo: ONU/Rick Bajornas



1 October 2012 – Le Secrétaire général Ban Ki-moon a salué lundi la contribution des petits États à la PAIX et au DÉVELOPPEMENT dans le monde, soulignant les défis uniques auxquels ces nations font face dans le système international.

Présent à une réunion marquant le 20e anniversaire du Forum des petits États, M. Ban a mis en avant leur position unique pour jeter des passerelles et jouer le rôle de médiateurs, ainsi que pour leurs contributions significatives sur des questions telles que le  DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE et le CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE.

« L'idée de départ du Forum, c'est qu'il existe des traits et des perspectives communs entre les plus petites nations du monde, qui représentent plus de la moitié des États Membres des Nations Unies, et que la coopération étroite sous l'égide des Nations Unies est un facteur positif pour eux », a expliqué le Secrétaire général.

Etabli en 1982, le Forum des petits états a été mis en place en tant que plateforme afin de permettre aux petits États de promouvoir des positions communes sur les questions d'intérêt mutuel et de faire entendre plus largement leurs voix au sein des Nations Unies.

Dans ses remarques, M. Ban a salué le travail du Forum dans le cadre de la Conférence des Nations Unies sur le DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE (Rio+20), qui a eu lieu au Brésil au mais de juin.

« Je vous remercie pour vos points de vues et de votre contribution au résultat positif de la Conférence. Votre leadership continue d'être important alors que nous commençons de préparer la troisième Conférence sur les petits États insulaires en 2014 ».

Le Secrétaire général s'est félicité de l'engagement du Forum dans les efforts déployés pour établir une série d'OBJECTIFS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE et pour préparer l'agenda pour le développement pour la période post-2015.

M. Ban a également affirmé que les petits États font face à des défis qui les rendent particulièrement vulnérables, comme cela est le cas des petits États insulaires en développement, d'ores et déjà confrontés aux conséquences des changements climatiques et de la montée du niveau des océans.

Parallèlement, les pays en développement sans littoral tentent de bénéficier du commerce international, malgré leur position en marge des flux de capitaux, de technologies et de savoir-faire.

« Des télécommunications à l'électricité, en passant par l'éducation et la santé, beaucoup des défis auxquels font face les petits États insulaires en développement, isolés au milieu des océans, sont semblables aux problèmes de transport qui se posent aux pays sans littoral de la région himalayenne ».

M. Ban a réitéré sa détermination, ainsi que celle des agences de l'ONU, à aider ces petits États à subvenir à leurs besoins et à réaliser les OBJECTIFS DU MILLÉNAIRE pour le DÉVELOPPEMENT (ODM) avant la date-butoir de 2015.

« Le système des Nations Unies soutient les petits États dans leurs efforts pour parvenir aux ODM en les aidant à surmonter leurs faiblesses, renforcer leurs capacités, édifier leurs infrastructures, autonomiser leurs ressources humaines et faire face aux défis et bénéficier des bienfaits de la mondialisation », a conclu M. Ban.
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ANNUAL UNITED NATIONS EVENT GIVES BOOST TO INTERNATIONAL TREATIES, RULE OF LAW

Total control over the parental rights "Rights of the Child" and total control over "the Rights of Personswith Disabilities"





Patricia O'Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs. UN Photo/JC McIlwaine2 October 2012 – Forty States either signed or ratified international treaties on a range of issues, from protecting children from violence to promoting the rights of persons with disabilities, during the annual high-level event that accompanies the opening of the United Nations General Assembly. “States have again manifested their firm belief in the importance of international treaty law,” the Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and UN Legal Counsel, Patricia O’Brien, said about the week-long 2012 Treaty Event, which wrapped up today at UN Headquarters.

It is only by ratifying, accepting, acceding to, or expressing consent to be bound that a State is actually bound by an international agreement. This year’s event resulted in 87 treaty actions – 30 ratifications, 24 accessions, four acceptances and two consents to be bound, all of which represent the step of becoming party to a treaty.

“The high number of States becoming parties to various treaties makes this one of the most important treaty events in recent years,” said Ms. O’Brien, adding that “it really supports and strengthens the rule of law.”

Two States – Indonesia and Swaziland – joined the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography.

“This is a strong expression of commitment to protect children from violence and prevent the risk of their exploitation as victims of sale, prostitution or pornography,” said the Secretary-General’s Special Representative on Violence against Children, Marta Santos Pais.

The Protocol supplements the Convention on the Rights of the Child and provides detailed guidance to support States in their efforts to prohibit, prevent and bring to an end incidents of sexual exploitation of children, and to protect children from being sold for non-sexual purposes, including forced labour, illegal adoption and organ harvesting.

Indonesia and Swaziland, along with Nigeria, also joined another Optional Protocol that strengthens the Convention on the Rights of the Child – on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict. The Protocol serves to ensure that children will not be forced to fight in war or be pressed into military service.

Another important treaty action was Samoa’s ratification of the amendments to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court on the Crime of Aggression, making Samoa the second State party to the Rome Statute to ratify the amendments which define the crime of aggression.

The 2006 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities – the first international agreement requiring governments to uphold the rights of children and adults with disabilities – was ratified by Dominica, Israel, Poland, Russia and Swaziland.

Honduras and Portugal joined the Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons, a 1954 agreement that requires stateless persons – people who are not considered as nationals by any State, but who are not covered by refugee laws either – to be given the same rights as citizens with respect to freedom of religion and education of their children, for instance.

Malta, Nigeria and Turkey ratified the 2005 Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism designed to criminalize acts of nuclear terrorism and to promote police and judicial cooperation to prevent, investigate and punish those acts.

Also, the International Cocoa Agreement, adopted in 2010 to strengthen the cooperation between exporting and importing countries, entered into force provisionally during the Treaty Event, on 1 October 2012, as foreseen in the treaty.

More than 550 multilateral treaties are deposited with the Secretary-General, a number of which are close to achieving universal participation. Others require just a few more instruments of ratification or accession to trigger their entry into force.

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LE NÉPAL AFFIRME SON ATTACHEMENT À LA PAIX ET À LA SÉCURITÉ INTERNATIONALES


Le Vice-Premier Ministre du Népal, Narayan Kaji Shrestha, à la tribune de l'Assemblée générale. Photo: ONU/J Carrier

28 September 2012 – Le Vice-Premier Ministre du Népal, Narayan Kaji Shrestha 'Prakash', a assuré vendredi que son pays, fournisseur traditionnel de troupes aux opérations de maintien de la PAIX de l'ONU, resterait dévoué à la cause de la PAIX et de la SÉCURITÉ INTERNATIONALES et que sa contribution généreuse à ces opérations se poursuivrait.

M. Prakash, qui est également Ministre des Affaires étrangères, a par ailleurs exprimé le rejet par son pays de toutes les formes de terrorisme et renouvelé son appel à la conclusion rapide des négociations pour aboutir à une Convention sur le terrorisme international. « Tout en continuant à combattre le terrorisme, nous ne devons pas oublier qu'une PAIX DURABLE ne peut être édifiée que sur les bases de la prévention des conflits, de la résolution pacifique des différends, des efforts de désarmement, de réduction de la pauvreté et du développement, dans le respect de la diversité, de l'équité et de la JUSTICE », a-t-il dit.

Concernant son pays, qui est actuellement dans une phase de sortie de conflit, M. Prakash a affirmé que les autorités népalaises avaient mis sur pied des mécanismes et procédures de protection et de promotion des droits de l'homme et adopté des textes de loi garantissant les droits de tous les éléments de la société, dont les femmes, les enfants et les communautés jusqu'ici marginalisées.

Rappelant ensuite que le Document final de la Conférence des Nations Unies sur le développement durable de Rio avait établi un cadre global d'action pour l'« Avenir que nous voulons » et l'agenda pour le développement au-delà de 2015, il a plaidé pour un renforcement des trois piliers du développement durable que sont l'élimination de la pauvreté, la promotion d'un développement inclusif et la préservation de l'environnement.

« Les préoccupations des pays en développement, notamment des pays les moins avancés (PMA), relatives aux transferts de technologie et au renforcement des capacités doivent être pleinement reconnues », a-t-il plaidé. Il a également jugé crucial d'intensifier les efforts visant à la réalisation des OBJECTIF DU MILLÉNAIRE POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT (OMD) parallèlement à la définition des OBJECTIFS DU DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE (ODD). Le Népal fait partie des PMA.

Rappelant que le changement climatique était l'un plus grands défis que la communauté internationale avait à relever, il a souhaité que le principe des « responsabilités communes mais différenciées » continue de guider les négociations menées dans le contexte de la Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques. « Le mécanisme qui succédera au protocole de Kyoto devra consacrer des engagements contraignants et assurer la JUSTICE CLIMATIQUE », a-t-il poursuivi, avant de plaider pour une réorientation du cours de la mondialisation de l'économie afin qu'elle soit plus inclusive et réponde aux besoins des plus pauvres.

Enfin, après avoir salué l'Initiative « Energie durable pour tous » lancé par le Secrétaire général de l'ONU, Ban Ki-moon, le Vice-Premier Ministre népalais a sollicité l'appui de la communauté internationale pour faire de Lumbini, lieu de naissance de Bouddha, une cité internationale pour la PAIX.

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NEW WORLD ORDER UNDER THE DISGUISE OF PEACE AND SECURITY (1 THESSALONIANS 5)

THE ILLUMINATI GAME (THE FUTURE ON CARDS).



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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addresses the World Democracy Forum. Photo: Council of Europe/J. Denier

8 October 2012 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged governments – in particular those undergoing transitions in North Africa and the Middle East – to meet the demands of their people and promote economic and social development.

“I have consistently urged leaders to stop flouting human rights and start meeting the legitimate demands of their people,” Mr. Ban said in his keynote address to the World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg, France.

This is my message to leaders around the world, from President Assad of Syria to others who must listen to their citizens before it is too late,” he added.

According to the website of the event’s organizers, the Council of Europe, the Strasbourg World Forum for Democracy brings together reformers and global leaders to identify democratic responses to the economic, social and political challenges which affect societies today.

In his speech, Mr. Ban noted that the case of Syria shows how the current DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONS have given life to hope and many changes, but have also generated uncertainty and fear. “Success is not guaranteed. IT TAKES TIME TO BUILD DEMOCRACY. But we must join forces to nurture progress until democracy takes a firm root in all countries around the world,” he said.

More than 18,000 people, mostly civilians, have died since the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began some 18 months ago. Amidst an escalation in violence over recent weeks, UN agencies now estimate that some 2.5 million Syrians are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

“The recent escalation of the conflict along Syrian-Turkish border and the impact of the crisis on Lebanon are extremely dangerous,” Mr. Ban said referring to shelling incidents that took place between the two countries last week. “They show that this is a regional calamity with global ramifications.”

While the situation in Syria has worsened, putting at risk the stability of its neighbours and the entire region, it is still possible to find a political solution to the crisis, the UN chief stated, stressing that militarization only aggravates the situation and puts civilians in danger.

“I call on those who have influence over any side in Syria to exert it to promote a political solution, and empower political leaders, not armed groups or the regime’s military. Our goal is to create the appropriate conditions for a credible political transition that meets the legitimate aspirations of the Syrian people, and ensure their equal rights and human dignity,” Mr. Ban said.

The Secretary-General reminded the Forum that UN Member States have “clearly defined democracy as a universal value,” and stressed that they must make sure that nations live up to their obligations UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW.

In addition, he stated that democracy is not just about giving citizens a voice, but also about advancing their economic and social development. = slavery and poverty

“That is why it is so critical to achieve the MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDGs),” he said, referring to the eight anti-poverty targets which have a completion deadline of 2015. “There has been progress since the Goals were adopted a dozen years ago, but for the mothers of South Sudan and countless others around the world, we have to press for urgent action.”

The eight MDGs, agreed on by world leaders at a UN summit in 2000, set specific targets on poverty alleviation, education, gender equality, child and maternal health, environmental stability, HIV/AIDS reduction, and a global partnership for development, all by 2015.

The Secretary-General has put together a top-level panel advise on the global development agenda beyond the 2015 deadline. In addition its 23 members, the panel is co-chaired by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, and Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom.

“Their approach will be participatory. They are seeking the views of development experts and ordinary citizens around the world,” Mr. Ban told the audience in Strasbourg.

He added that the United Nations will also continue to foster democracy around the world, promote human rights and help countries make a smooth transition from insecurity to instability.

Also on Monday, the UN chief met with the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjørn Jagland, and the Council’s President of the Parliamentary Assembly, Jean-Claude Mignon. The three men exchanged views on ways to strengthen cooperation on democracy-related activities between the world body and the Council of Europe, and the latest developments in the Middle East and North Africa. In addition, they discussed access to asylum and the situation of Roma and minorities in Europe, as well as developments in the Western Balkans.

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REALIZING THE FUTURE WE WANT FOR ALL

"For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness".

1 Thessalonians 5:3-5

Report to the Secretary-General


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Peace and security

89. Peace and security, including freedom from political persecution, dis­crimination and all forms of violence, are critical for development and a major component of it. At the same time, experience shows — and intergovernmental agreements explicitly recognize — peace and security, de­velopment and human rights as interlinked and mutually reinforcing.45

This applies not only in areas affected by armed conflict, where the restoration of PEACE and SECURITY is an overriding imperative, but in all societies, including those with significant levels and often multiple and hidden forms of violence and injustice.

90. Meeting the imperatives of PEACE and SECURITY is often most urgent for highly vulnerable populations, includ­ing women and girls, children and the aged, people with dis­abilities, migrants, refugees, internally displaced, stateless persons and indigenous and minority groups. Preventing conflicts and ensuring security for these groups is depend­ent not only on goodwill and solidarity, but also on effective systems of justice and recourse and inclusive political pro­cesses, available and accessible to everyone. Strengthening

of peace and tolerance and building state capacities to ensure PEACE and SECURITY is essential in all countries and particularly pressing in so-called “fragile states”.


91. The prevention and reduction of all forms of violence and abuse — and protection against their specific manifestations, including trafficking in human beings, torture, organized crime, the press-ganging of children, drug-related criminality, sexual abuse and labour exploitation — should be at the heart of any agenda which fully recognizes the centrality of human security, both as a human rights imperative and as integral to development. Furthermore, as gender-based violence is one of the worst and most pervasive manifestations of inequality and discrimination, particular attention must be paid to ending all forms of violence against women and girls.


92. Implementation of a post-2015 development agenda will depend, criti­cally, on effective governance capacities at national, local and municipal levels, including political commitment and leadership; and on the legal and economic empowerment of people, especially those most excluded, and of their civil society organizations, to participate effectively in national and local decision-making. As such, governance is an essential issue within all four of the dimen­sions outlined above.

93. Governance must be based on the rule of law, including compliance with international laws, and principles of inclusion and participation.International, national and local institutions must strive to be transparent, accountable, responsive and competent. Stakeholder engagement and participation of all groups in society, judicial independence, access to information and freedom of expression, combined with regular monitoring based on agreed benchmarks, will together form the basis of good governance. Effective governance is also central to the systemic transformations of economies.
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p.31-32
Pdf doc. http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/librarypage/poverty-reduction/realizing-the-future-we-want/


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ARCHBISHOP MAMBERTI ADDRESSES INTERPOL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Prelate Speaks on the Struggle to End Violence

VATICAN CITY, Nov. 6, 2012 (Zenit.org).- On Monday, Secretary for Relations with States Archbishop Dominique Mamberti addressed the eighty-first session of the general assembly of the International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL), which is currently being held in Rome on the theme: "Challenges for police facing contemporary criminal violence".

Archbishop Mamberti noted that "crime has undergone a substantial increase, both in quantitative terms and as regards the use of violence. The characteristics of criminal activity have evolved in a worrying fashion, as the aggression and atrocity of incidents has augmented dangerously. Furthermore, criminal activities have now assumed a planetary scale, with systems of coordination and criminal pacts which traverse national frontiers."

"The struggle against all forms of violence," the archbishop continued, "especially in its most brutal forms, presupposes a moral duty to help create the conditions necessary to ensure violence does not arise and develop. People who work with the forces of law and order, and the police organizations you represent, are well aware that the most effective antibody to any form of criminality is a country's citizens. Alliance and solidarity between citizens and police is the strongest bastion against criminality."

Removing "factors which give rise to and nourish situations of injustice," Archbishop Mamberti continued, will help establish a society that is ordered toward the common good. "In this field a primary and preventative role belongs to education inspired by respect for human life in all circumstances. Without this, it is not in fact possible to create a strong social fabric, united in its fundamental values and able to resist the provocation of extreme violence.

"In this context," he went on, "the most important place in which human beings are formed is the family. There, children experience the value of their own transcendent dignity, as they are accepted gratuitously on the basis of the stable and reciprocal love of their parents. There they experience the first forms of justice and forgiveness, which cements family relationships and acts as a foundation for the correct insertion into social life." = the family for them represent the government/state. Is it the next step in their agenda to separate real family. Is the relocated NYC schools is all about that? To relocate children in some schools (concentration camps for kids???)

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STATEMENT BY ARCHBISHOP DOMINIQUE MAMBERTI TO INTERPOL's GENERAL ASSEMBLY

"The Transcendent Value of Human Dignity[...] Offers the State of Law a Foundation of Secure Stability"

ROME, Nov. 6, 2012 (Zenit.org).- Here is a translation of the address given yesterday by H.E. monsignor Dominique Mamberti, Secretary for Relations with States of the Vatican State Secretariat, at the 81st Session of INTERPOL’s General Assembly, which is taking place in Rome.
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Mr. President,
Gentlemen Ministers,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

My Delegation wishes, first of all, to thank the Italian Authorities and all the organizers of this General Assembly of INTERPOL, whose topic “The Challenges Posed to the Police by the Phenomenon of Contemporary Criminal Violence,” is of great relevance for any society.

In the course of the last decades the criminal phenomenon has shown a substantial increase be it from the quantitative point of view or under the profile of the violence of its manifestations. The characteristics of criminal action have evolved in a worrying way, the aggressiveness and cruelty of the incidents being dangerously aggravated. Moreover, criminal activities are now articulated at a global level, with systems of coordination and according to criminal pacts that go beyond the boundaries of States. Hence, globalization has come to shape even this dramatic realm of human life. Sophisticated technical means, huge financial resources, at times dark political complicity, are elements that concur to furnish deleterious support to organized ways of extreme violence (cf. Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, n. 513).

At the same time, the development of democratic institutions has made it possible to refine the techniques of protection of the liberty f individuals and the way of a proportionate and responsible use of public force. This notwithstanding, there is always a margin of vulnerability in face of the most cruel criminality, whose manifestations bring into question the very basis of civil coexistence, eroding the fabric of values on which the institutions of the modern State are founded.

The defense and promotion of this fabric of values is the first and most important action to prevent criminality. If the public power is no longer able to operate preventively in this direction, for this very reason its legitimacy should fail. Such a drift is a risk to be avoided with care: the public authority, which has the task of managing the administration of justice and security, necessarily draws its vitality and authoritativeness from a constant reference to an objective ethical order. When the authority loses the credit and trust of the citizens, and leans only on juridical formalism, the mere governing of rules, without a look of truth on man, this authority becomes a giant with feet of clay.

The democratic States, themselves, must offer all citizens the same guarantee of protection of fundamental rights. It is observed, on the other hand, that even in countries where forms of democratic government are in force, these rights are not always respected (cf. John Paul II, Encyclical Letter Centesimus annus, 47). Moreover, in order to stem the most cruel criminal expressions, every State must question itself about the causes that underlie them and investigate the remote origins from which they derive.

The complexity of the phenomenon also implies facing questions that have to do with the force of the State of law also in the most dramatic situations of the life of States, as those posed by the most extreme criminality: how to respect the fundamental principles of law in situations of extreme tension? What role must be ensured to law in the necessary fight against the most violent and unforeseeable criminality? What law must be applied?

The promotion of the State of law is one of the objectives confirmed by the International Community, as recalled once again recently by the high level event organized in New York last September 24, in the framework of the United Nations General Assembly. For the State of law to be in force, a certain number of conditions must be brought together in a harmonious whole: specific constitutional norms concerning the separation of powers and the competencies of different organs, the transparency of the acts of government, the jurisdictional control exercised by an independent magistracy, but also the existence of different voices capable of expressing themselves freely in the public arena. The objective is that either in law or in fact all the physical persons, the public and private institutions, the States and International Organizations, are subject to the law, a law that must be “just and equitable.”

Beyond formalism, the essence of law is justice, or what is just. Today it is not always easy to establish what is the just thing that can become positive law. The Universal Declaration of the Rights of Man gives us an important reference to delineate what is just, but it is not sufficient. It is the fruit of a complex, rich and articulated historical, juridical and philosophical evolution. The Declaration itself recognizes the existence of a prior and superior human nature to all the social theories and constructions, which the individual and the society must respect and not manipulate at will. In his experience of himself, man recognizes that he has not created himself. He is intellect and will, but also nature. Man’s intellect reflects on a fact that is prior to him: his own existence in a determined way; only by accepting this prior fact, and basing itself on it, the intelligence indicates to the will the right way to act, realizing fully its liberty (cf. Benedict XVI, Address to the Bundestag, Berlin, September 22, 2011). If legislative production and its implementation were limited instead to support themselves on a foundation of formalistic nature, on pragmatic and utilitarian reasons, losing from sight the truth about man, every subsequent regulation, as every institution called to make it respected, would risk being susceptible to instrumentalization. Thus, in the end, the real subject/object would be forgotten of the imperative command: the human person, the whole human person, every human person. Moreover, laws and juridical institutions would fall into discredit among those who should, instead, observe them: “If the moral principles that support the democratic process are not founded, in turn, on anything more solid than social consensus, then the fragility of the process is shown in all its evidence. Herein lies the real challenge for democracy” (Benedict XVI, Address to the Civil Authorities, London, September 17, 2010).

The transcendent value of human dignity, rooted in man’s very nature and recognizable by right reason, offers the State of law a foundation of secure stability, because it corresponds to the truth of man in as much as created by God, and at the same time it enables the State of law to pursue its true objective, which is the promotion of the common good. If, in fact, this fundamental reference is lacking, risks of imbalance are created: even the affirmation of equality before the law can serve as alibi of evident discriminations and, on the other hand, an excessive affirmation of equality can give way to an individualism where each one claims his rights, removing himself from the responsibility for the common good (cf. Paul VI, Apostolic Letter Octogesima adveniens, 23).

The fight against every form of violence, especially that which manifests itself with greater brutality, implies the moral duty to contribute to bring about the conditions so that it is not born or develop. Those who work in institutions of public security, such as the police forces that you represent, are aware that the first antibodies to every form of criminality are, in fact, the citizens of every country. Built on the alliance and solidarity between citizens and forces of order is the best bastion of resistance to criminality.

Among the most effective actions to create a social context ordered to the common good is the removal of the causes that originate and fuel situations of injustice. A primary and preventive role in this realm must be recognized to education inspired in respect for human life in every circumstance. Without it, in fact, it is not possible to bring about a strong and cohesive social fabric in fundamental values, capable of resisting the provocations of extreme violence. In this connection, the primary place for being made man is the family. In it the children experience the value of their own transcendent dignity, in as much as received in the anticipating gratuitousness of the mutual and stable love of the spouses. Experienced in it are the first forms of justice and forgiveness, cement of intra-family relations and basis for the correct insertion in social life.

Once the centrality of the family is confirmed and the importance of the other intermediate societies, the full respect of human rights needs a convinced attestation that the criminal, no matter how grave the offense committed, remains always a human person, gifted with rights and duties. In him remains, though disfigured by sin, the image of God the Creator.

This gives reason to the fact that the State must take steps to prevent and repress criminal phenomenons, remedying also the disorders caused by criminal actions; but that in doing so it must abstain in every case from the practice of mistreatments and tortures (cf. Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, n. 402, 404), as well as ensure the protection of the fundamental liberty enjoyed by every individual person. To be legitimate, every restriction of individual liberty, even if aimed at the prevention or repression of criminal activity, must never become detrimental to personal dignity or unjustly compromise an effective exercise of human rights.

It is only by operating in such terms that the governmental authority, the police forces and all the institutions deputized to security will succeed in arousing and nourishing the trust and respect of the citizens, renewing the foundation of the State of law and rendering ever more effective the fight against criminality.

Thank you, Mr. President!
[Original text: French]
[Translation by ZENIT]

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THERE'RE COMING AFTER YOUR CHILDREN

STATEMENT BY IRISH BISHOPS ON PROPOSED 31st AMENDMENT

"Any Constitutional Change could have Wide-ranging and Unforeseen Consequences for the Relationship between Children, the Family and the State"

ROME, Nov. 6, 2012 (Zenit.org).- Here is the statement by the Irish Bishops Conference on the proposed 31st Amendment on children's rights to the Irish Constitution.
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Over recent years the question of giving explicit recognition to the rights of children in Bunreacht na hÉireann Constitution of Ireland has been the subject of public debate and consideration by a number of All-Party Oireachtas Committees. A key question in this debate is whether the protection of children’s rights is best achieved through express recognition in the Constitution or through legislation alone.

On the one hand, any constitutional change could have wide-ranging and unforeseen consequences for the relationship between children, the family and the State. In particular, it could undermine the careful balance between the rights of parents and children and between the rights of parents (or guardians) and the State achieved by current constitutional provisions. On the other hand, the Constitution has an important role in ‘signalling’ the priorities and fundamental values of our society. Given that children are among the most vulnerable members of the human family and in need of the greatest protection, explicitly recognising the dignity and rights of Children in our Constitution is an important and principled proposition that deserves serious consideration. The legacy of failure by individuals, organisations, the Church and the State to adequately protect children in Ireland strengthens the case for signalling our commitment to the dignity and welfare of all children at a Constitutional level.

As bishops we share the concern of others to ensure that the proposed amendment on children does not undermine the rights of parents and the presumptive place of the family, based on marriage between a woman and a man, as the unit in which the welfare and rights of children are best exercised and safeguarded. We share some of the concerns that have been raised by others about the potential out-working of future legislation and practice in this area.

HOWEVER, when read in conjunction with the unaltered constitutional provisions on the family and education, the wording of the Thirty-First Amendment on Children suggests that a reasonable and balanced approach to framing the proposed new article on children’s rights has been taken. The proposed amendment largely reflects those rights of children already present in existing case law and legislation, such as the Child Care Act 1991 and the Adoption Act 1988. Critically, the current constitutional presumption that the welfare and rights of a child are best exercised and safeguarded within the family in all but exceptional circumstances is preserved. In such an exceptional event, it is clear that parents will have the same constitutional rights, and the same right to defend proceedings and challenge evidence presented by the State, as they have at present. The principle of proportionality introduced by the proposed amendment also ensures that excessive State intervention that goes further than absolutely necessary to protect children can continue to be challenged through the courts.

While the possibility of unintended consequences is always present in the context of Constitutional change, it is clear that the wording of the proposed amendment on children is not intended to undermine the current Constitutional balance between the rights of parents and children, or between parents and the State. If unforeseen or unintended consequences do emerge in time, the remedy of further Constitutional amendment or amending legislation is available to mitigate the consequences of any such developments.

Many of the concerns that have been raised about possible future negative consequences arising from the proposed amendment exist whether the proposed Constitutional amendment on children is passed or not. This highlights the need for active and on-going engagement as citizens in the democratic process as the legislation arising from the proposed amendment is developed.

As it is, we as bishops repeat the view of the Committee for the Family of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference in 2008, that in the context of a decision to hold a Constitutional referendum on this issue, ‘the case is strong for signalling the value which society and the Church attach to children’s rights’ [1]. As an exercise of co-responsibility for the common good, we strongly encourage all those with the right to vote in the forthcoming referendum to do so after carefully weighing up all the important values and issues involved.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 26 Déc - 03:57 (2012)    Sujet du message: EN DÉPIT DES PROGRÈS ACCOMPLIS, D'IMPORTANTS DÉFIS DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX RESTENT À RELEVER – BAN Répondre en citant

EN DÉPIT DES PROGRÈS ACCOMPLIS, D'IMPORTANTS DÉFIS DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX RESTENT À RELEVER – BAN

Consolidation de la PAIX. Voyez comment les Nations Unies via le président Obama, vont mettre en place cette consolidation. En déployant des troupes militaires dans plus de 35 pays africains http://rt.com/usa/news/us-deploying-troops-order-749/ . Le serpent secrétaire général tente encore de nous convaincre sur un avenir meilleur, alors qu'ils n'appellent qu'à la destruction et à l'esclavage.


Le Secrétaire général de l'Onu, Ban Ki-moon, au Conseil de sécurité. Photo: ONU/Ryan Brown.

20 décembre 2012 – S'il s'est félicité des progrès accomplis jusqu'à présent, le Secrétaire général a estimé jeudi devant le Conseil de sécurité que les défis demeurent dans le domaine de la consolidation de la paix, comme en témoigne le retour de conflits dans un certain nombre de pays.

« En dépit des progrès accomplis en matière de consolidation de la paix, il reste d'importants défis à relever », a déclaré Ban Ki-moon. « De nombreux pays continuent de faire l'expérience de l'instabilité des années après la fin des conflits armés, avec de véritables explosions de violence. 90% des conflits survenus entre 2000 et 2009 ont éclaté dans des pays qui avaient connu auparavant des épisodes de guerre civile », a-t-il relevé.

Les raisons d'un tel retour en arrière varient d'une situation à l'aitre, mais M. Ban a estimé que le dénominateur commun était le manque de confiance – notamment entre l'État et la société.

La clef de voûte de l'architecture internationale est la Commission de consolidation de la paix, établie en 2006 pour aider les pays sortant d'un conflit en leur faisant des recommandations ciblées et en encourageant ses partenaires à mieux aligner leurs politiques sur les stratégies et priorités nationales. Les six pays actuellement inscrits à son ordre du jour sont le Burundi, la Sierra Leone, la Guinée, la Guinée Bissau, le Libéria et la République centrafricaine.

Car, comme l'a réaffirmé le Conseil dans une déclaration présidentielle lue par son Président pour le mois de décembre, Mohammed Loulichki, « l'appropriation et la responsabilité nationales sont cruciales pour l'instauration d'une PAIX DURABLE » et « c'est aux autorités nationales qu'il incombe au premier chef d'arrêter leurs propres priorités et stratégies de CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX au lendemain de tout conflit ».

Dans son rapport en date de 2009, le Secrétaire général rappelle que les deux premières années post-conflit comme sont une occasion à saisir pour redoubler d'efforts en vue d'une PAIX DURABLE. Dans ce cadre, il avait proposé un plan d'action pour améliorer la réponse du système des Nations unies au cours de cette période.

« Les Nations Unies ont fait des progrès importants dans l'avancement de ce plan d'action », s'est-il félicité, en indiquant que les missions des Nations Unies et les équipes de pays avaient renforcé leur coopération. « Le système des Nations Unies est devenu plus souple dans le déploiement d'experts, de haut responsables et de personnel sur le terrain », s'est encore réjoui le Secrétaire général, en citant aussi le renforcement des partenariats, notamment avec la Banque mondiale et les organisations régionales.

Grâce à ces efforts, a poursuivi Ban Ki-moon, la réponse onusienne aux défis immédiats se posant après la fin d'un conflit a été plus « cohérente, rapide et efficace », même si les résultats étaient plus mitigés en ce qui concerne la participation accrue des femmes aux efforts de consolidation de la paix.

Pour le Secrétaire général, trois facteurs clefs permettraient de faire pièce à un tel retour : l'inclusivité, la consolidation des institutions et un appui international robuste.

M. Ban Ki-moon a commencé par indiquer que des approches inclusives pour la consolidation de la paix avaient pour objectif de convaincre toutes les parties qu'elles ont intérêt à régler leurs différends au moyen du DIALOGUE. « Axées sur le respect de l'état de droit, de telles approches permettent également de diminuer le niveau de corruption et d'améliorer la transparence », a-t-il fait remarquer, en faisant référence à l'appui fourni par les Nations Unies à la transition au Yémen. = toujours les mêmes mensonges

Le Secrétaire général a ensuite affirmé que la communauté internationale devrait équilibrer son soutien à long terme aux institutions tout en s'assurant que les populations touchent rapidement les dividendes du retour de la stabilité. « Il y a un besoin vital de se concentrer précocement sur la restauration des capacités administratives essentielles et la fourniture de services sociaux », a –t-il précisé.

Soulignant enfin l'importance cruciale du renforcement de l'état de droit, comme l'a reconnu également l'Assemblée générale, en adoptant le 24 septembre dernier, la Déclaration de haut niveau à ce sujet, M. Ban a rappelé que la Conférence Rio+20 avait reconnu en juin que l'état de droit et la BONNE GOUVERNANCE étaient déterminants pour parvenir à réaliser un développement durable. « L'agenda pour le développement au-delà de 2015 pourrait être l'occasion de pousser cette reconnaissance encore plus loin », a suggéré le Secrétaire général.
 
Prévenant que les tâches de consolidation de la paix pouvaient « s'étendre sur une génération », M. Ban a souligné qu'elles exigeaient un ferme soutien international politique et financier. Un tel soutien, a-t-il insisté, appelle des responsabilités réciproques à long terme et un partenariat plus équilibré entre donateurs et gouvernements récipiendaires, a-t-il précisé.

« Les pactes de transition peuvent fournir la base d'une confiance renouvelée et des partenariats approfondis entre les pays émergeant d'une situation de conflit et la communauté internationale », a-t-il assuré, en encourageant les États Membres à appuyer leur utilisation. Le Secrétaire général a indiqué, avant de conclure, que de tels pactes avaient tendance à encourager les partenaires de développement à prendre des risques. Le Fonds pour la consolidation de la paix pourrait contribuer à réduire de tels risques, a-t-il ajouté.

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Le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, Ban Ki-moon. Photo: ONU/Eskinder Debebe

  20 décembre 2012 – À l'occasion de la Journée internationale de la solidarité humaine, le Secrétaire général de l'ONU a lancé un appel à l'unité dans le cadre des efforts à réaliser les objectifs que l'humanité s'est fixés.

« J'appelle tous les citoyens du monde à s'unir comme une seule et grande famille pour nous aider à promouvoir la solidarité et à atteindre nos objectifs communs », a déclaré Ban Ki-moon dans un message qu'il a adressé pour marquer cette Journée, observée le 20 décembre depuis que l'Assemblée générale l'a décidé en 2006.

« Cette année, […] nous traversons une période de transition inédite. Les peuples du monde exigent une plus grande liberté politique, la transparence et l'égalité. Les pays deviennent de plus en plus interdépendants sur les plans économique, social et environnemental. Compte tenu de ces réalités, comment pouvons-nous élaborer les meilleures solutions qui nous permettront de bâtir un avenir sûr, durable et prospère? », s'est-il interrogé le Secrétaire général.

Selon lui, la solidarité est d'une importance vitale pour résoudre les problèmes qui surgissent dans un monde où tout se tient. M. Ban a voulu voir dans la tenue de la Conférence des Nations Unies sur le développement durable (Rio +20), en juin 2012, un « acte de solidarité » exemplaire. Les gouvernements, la société civile et les dirigeants de grandes entreprises se sont rassemblés et ont décidé de promouvoir un avenir durable aux niveaux économique, social et environnemental, a-t-il expliqué.

Malgré les progrès accomplis vers la réalisation des objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement, le patron de l'ONU a souligné la nécessité de redoubler d'efforts avant la date butoir de 2015, alors que la communauté internationale est en train de poser les fondements du programme de l'après-2015. = L'Éternel vous attend dans le détour. Alors que croirez avoir gagné, votre ruine arrivera sans que vous ne l'avez vu venir.

« Cette entreprise vise à faire appel à une large participation, en sollicitant les avis des spécialistes du développement et des simples citoyens dans le monde entier », offrant une autre opportunité de faire preuve de solidarité.

Dans la Déclaration du Millénaire, adoptée en 2000, la solidarité est identifiée comme l'une des valeurs fondamentales pour les relations internationales au 21ème siècle. En effet, ceux qui souffrent le plus ou qui sont particulièrement défavorisés méritent une aide des plus privilégiés. Par conséquent, dans le contexte de la mondialisation et face au défi de l'accroissement des inégalités, le renforcement de la solidarité internationale est indispensable, estime l'ONU.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Déc - 02:16 (2012)    Sujet du message: ON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN SOLIDARITY DAY, BAN SAYS UNITY KEY TO REACHING GOALS Répondre en citant

ON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN SOLIDARITY DAY, BAN SAYS UNITY KEY TO REACHING GOALS



Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe

20 December 2012 – Marking International Human Solidarity Day, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today highlighted the benefits of inclusive cooperation, saying that strides made in reducing poverty and advancing democratic freedoms in recent years were proving that point.
   
We can reach our shared goals if people are able to participate in the formulation and implementation of plans, policies and programmes to shape our common future,” Mr. Ban said in a statement released by his office.

“Commitments without empowerment are words without meaning,” he highlighted as called on “all citizens of the world to help us advance solidarity as a global family.”
   In a 2005 resolution establishing the International Day, the UN General Assembly identified solidarity as one of the fundamental and universal values that should underlie relations between peoples in the 21st century.


The move followed the Assembly's 2002 resolution establishing the World Solidarity Fund, which, operated by the UN Development Programme (UNDP), aims to eradicate poverty and promote human and social development in developing countries – especially among the poorest segments of those societies.

In his message, Mr. Ban said this year's observance of the Day comes during a period of dramatic transition.

People across the world are demanding greater political freedom, accountability and equality,” he said. “Global interdependence is deepening along economic, social, and environmental dimensions.”

In light of these realities, the Secretary-General stated that the world can “best shape solutions for a more secure, sustainable and prosperous futureby acting as one. “Solidarity is crucial to solving problems in our interconnected world,” he said.
   
Mr. Ban said the world witnessed an “important act of solidarity” in the cohesion exhibited at this year's UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), which saw world governments and institutions gather in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in June, to consider a range of issues aimed at advancing a poverty eradication agenda worldwide in a way that preserves the environment.

Governments, civil society and private sector leaders came together and agreed to promote an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable future,” Mr. Ban said of the Conference, the third such gathering on sustainable development.
   
While the Secretary-General also signaled that solidarity had played a role in the progress achieved towards meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) set by world governments and institutions in 2000 to dramatically reduce poverty, he called for an intensification of efforts before the MDG target date of 2015.

“We are also laying the groundwork for the post-2015 agenda,” Mr. Ban noted, adding that the “process aims to be participatory, seeking the views of development experts and ordinary citizens around the world.”

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=43819


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DESPITE PROGRESS OF UN PEACEBUILDING AGENDA, CHALLENGES REMAIN, SECURITY COUNCIL TOLD


The Security Council. UN Photo/JC McIlwaine

20 December 2012 – The United Nations has made progress in its efforts to assist countries during the critical period after a conflict has ended, but challenges remain, as witnessed by the number of countries that have relapses in recent years, the Security Council was told today.

“Despite the strides we have made, major peacebuilding challenges remain,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his remarks to the Council’s debate on post-conflict peacebuilding.

“Many countries continue to experience instability years after the end of armed conflict, with high levels of relapse into violence. Ninety per cent of the conflicts between 2000 and 2009 occurred in countries that had previously experienced civil war,” he noted.

“The reasons for relapse,” he continued, “vary by country, but there is a common thread: a deficit of trust in the wake of conflict – between different political parties and social groups, between State and society, and between the State and its international partners.”

The cornerstone of the UN’s peacebuilding architecture is the Peacebuilding Commission (PBC), which was set up in 2005 to help struggling States avoid slipping back into war and chaos by providing strategic advice and harnessing expertise and financing from around the world to aid with recovery projects.

The Commission currently has six post-conflict countries on its agenda – Burundi, Central African Republic (CAR), Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia and Sierra Leone – and its efforts are supported by the Peacebuilding Support Office. Countries can also avail themselves of financial assistance from the Peacebuilding Fund to jump-start rebuilding projects.

In his 2009 report on peacebuilding, Mr. Ban had identified the first two years after the end of a conflict as the key window of opportunity to begin building SUSTAINABLE PEACE. He also laid out an action agenda for an improved response by the UN system during this period.

The United Nations has made significant progress in advancing this agenda,” he said. “United Nations missions and country teams are working more closely together. The United Nations has also become more agile in deploying senior leaders, specialized experts and staff to the field.”

The world body has also strengthened and expanded its partnerships, including with the World Bank and regional organizations. And, through the so-called Civilian Capacity initiative, the UN is broadening and deepening the pool of institution-building expertise in key capacity gap areas.

“The outcome of these various efforts has been a more coherent, timely and effective response to immediate post-conflict priorities,” said the Secretary-General.

He added that experience has revealed three elements that are critical to preventing relapse and producing more resilient states and societies – inclusivity, institution-building, and sustained international support.

Building institutions and other peacebuilding tasks can take a generation, which highlights the need for sustained international political and financial support, the UN chief said. It also underscores the importance of mutual accountability over the long term, which creates a more balanced partnership between donors and recipient Governments.

“The United Nations peacebuilding agenda is in the normative phase,” said the Chair of the Peacebuilding Commission, Ambassador Abulkalam Abdul Momen of Bangladesh. “While not perfect, our efforts are making a difference and are worthy of our collective commitment and investment.”

The Commission has been focusing strengthening partnership with national governments, the World Bank and the African Development Bank, while also prioritizing its outreach to foundations and private corporations

“Our immediate objective will be to identify practical entry points which could help encourage these critical actors to support peacebuilding objectives in the countries on the Commission’s agenda,” the Commission’s Chair said.

He noted that progress is also being made by the Commission to identify options for “differentiated and flexible” forms of engagement with the countries on its agenda to enhance the Commission’s impact on the ground.

Looking ahead, he stressed the need to draw on lessons learned from country-specific experiences, in terms of good practices, challenges and opportunities.

In a presidential statement, the Council stressed the need for “more coordinated, coherent and integrated peacebuilding efforts,” and emphasized the need for greater clarity on the respective roles and responsibilities of various actors in the delivery of critical peacebuilding tasks, based on their comparative advantages.

It also emphasized the importance of focused, well-defined, balanced and sustained support to partnerships with post-conflict countries, and underlined the importance of effective collaboration with international financial institutions, regional development banks and the private sector, as well as the usefulness of sharing the experience of countries which have gone through conflict and post-conflict situations and comparable transitions.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 10 Jan - 17:23 (2013)    Sujet du message: COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS REVEALS HOW WORLD GOVERNMENT CAN BE ACHIEVED IN 2013 Répondre en citant

COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS REVEALS HOW WORLD GOVERNMENT CAN BE ACHIEVED IN 2013

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www.caritas-europa.org/.../deve-headlin Caritas Europa's International Policy and Advocacy Working Group President, ... in anticipation of the upcoming Foreign Affairs Council meeting (10-11 May).


Written by Andrew Puhanic
Published on Friday, December 28th, 2012
Globalist Report




The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), an organisation established in 1921 by the global elite, has publicized what it believes to be the challenges that need to be overcome to establish World Government in 2013.

In summary, the Council on Foreign Relations has sought the opinion of four Globalists from around the world on what are the greatest challenges the world faces that would prevent the formation of World Government in 2013.

  • Richard N. Haass – President, Council on Foreign Relations (2012). Bilderberg Group (2005)
  • Yang Jiemian – Trilateral Commision Member (2010)
  • Igor Yurgens – Chairman of the Management Board, Institute of Contemporary Development, Russian Federation (2012)
  • Michael Fullilove – Executive Director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy (2012)
Astonishingly, these Globalists claim that the emergence of World Government will not occur if the following 7 ‘challenges’ are not overcome 2013.

1) The world needs to establish shared responsibility for the most intractable problems of our post-unipolar world. Therefore, for World Government to become a reality, China needs to play a greater role as a global power.

2) To implement World Government, it is essential to strengthen organisations like the United Nations, World Trade Organisation, International Monetary Fund and the G20.



3) Major powers need to begin engaging less prominent countries so that both major and minor players in the global political landscape can further the “networked governance” principle. Essentially, the key to World Government in 2013 is for all countries to enter into new mindsets and functioning mechanisms.

4) Globally, trade needs to be more regulated. In 2013, government subsidies should be tackled at the global level as opposed to regional or bilateral level.

5) The World needs to begin harnessing regional efforts into common action on a global level. Discouraged by the stalemate of global governance building, many countries and regions are now turning to regional and sub-regional integration, which explains why we are seeing more regional and sub-regional free-trade agreements.

If such a trend cannot be reversed in a timely fashion, then there will be no World Government in its real sense.


6) The Internet needs to be more regulated. It is believed that governments should start ‘maintaining’ the free flow of information on the internet to limit the amount of cyber-aggression.

7) The deterioration of the political landscape in the Middle East has challenged the principles of World Government. Also, the inability of the international community to cope with this region’s challenges threaten to also undermine the establishment of a World Government.

These blueprints published by the Council on Foreign Relations for the establishment of World Government come at a time when the world’s political leaders are beginning to warm to the idea of a World Government.

Recently, the President of the European Council revealed a desire for the European Union and Russia to contribute to the development of World Government.

Herman Van Rompuy was quoted at the 30th EU-Russia Summit as saying:


Citation:
By working together, the EU and Russia can make a decisive contribution to global governance and regional conflict resolution, to global economic governance in the G 8 and G20, and to a broad range of international and regional issues.



The push for World Government by institutions like the Council on Foreign Relations, the European Union and the Vatican are worrying signs that what the world has feared for many years might come to fruition in 2013.

http://www.theglobalistreport.com/council-on-foreign-relations-world-government-2013/


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MessagePosté le: Mar 26 Fév - 18:21 (2013)    Sujet du message: STATEMENT BY IRAN ON BEHALF OF THE NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT DURING THE HIGH-LEVEL PANEL TO COMMEMORATE THE 20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE VIENNA DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION Répondre en citant

STATEMENT BY IRAN ON BEHALF OF THE NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT DURING THE HIGH-LEVEL PANEL TO COMMEMORATE THE 20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE VIENNA DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION

February 25, 2013





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MessagePosté le: Lun 4 Mar - 20:30 (2013)    Sujet du message: EUROPEAN COMMISSION ANNOUNCES “FULL ENGAGEMENT” IN AGENDA 21 Répondre en citant



EUROPEAN COMMISSION ANNOUNCES “FULL ENGAGEMENT” IN AGENDA 21

FRANÇAIS : Commission européenne annonce «un plein engagement" Dans l'Agenda 21
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Jurriaan Maessen
ExplosiveReports.Com
March 1, 2013

On February 27, the European Commission published a document announcing it will take on itself the “lead role” in global environmental governance through “a unified policy framework”- in effect aligning itself with Agenda 21.

In the 30-page document titled A Descent Life For All the EC says it aspires to a “leading role” in an “overarching framework” towards GLOBAL GOVERNANCE.

The commiszars profess to care about worldwide poverty, environmental degradation and other no-brainers, carefully handpicked by an elite-class prepared to use any and every pretext behind which power is being centralized at the international level at the expense of sovereignty at the national one.

“The world has undergone enormous change over recent years”, the document reads, “including major shifts in the global economic and political balance, increased global trade, climate change and depletion of natural resources, technological change, economic and financial crises, increased consumption and price volatility of food and energy consumption, population changes and migration, violence and armed conflict and natural and man-made disasters, and increased inequalities.”

Quite some parade of calamities the EU is willing to tackle. A lead role is what they work towards, the authors state- and the EC Commiszars are perfectly willing to “debate” their plans with the European (only in name) parliament. A few exceptions aside, this parliament consists of nodding, dozing- sometimes outright sleeping individuals who are there to approve the commission’s proposals and send their lunch-bills to the European taxpayer:

The EU needs to engage fully in the forthcoming international processes with coherent and coordinated inputs at the UN and in other relevant fora. In this respect, the adoption of this Communication should be followed by a debate with Council and Parliament during the spring of 2013 for the development of a common EU approach for the next stages of the ongoing processes (…)”

As the documents lists these stages, we immediately recognize the “overarching framework” as a merging of regional blocks (such as the EU) with the United Nations and Agenda 21. The Commission:

- ensure a comprehensive follow up to Rio+20 and guide the EU position at the UN Open Working Group (OWG) on SDGs, which will report regularly to the UNGA;

- contribute to the preparation of the UN General Assembly Special Event on the MDGs in autumn 2013, including the report of the Secretary-General and the UN High Level Panel on post-2015, as well as the first meeting of the HLPF. The EU should support moving towards a post-2015 overarching framework. Discussion on the basis of the orientations set out above should make it possible for the EU to come to a common position on how the SDGs and the MDG review processes should best be converged
nd integrated into a single process to better deliver such a comprehensive framework.”

“Converge”, “integrate”, “a single, overarching process”. Words by cautious tyrants. All noses are now pointed in the same direction: towards the realization of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals, including Agenda 21.

“To be achievable, the overarching framework should be accompanied by an effort to ensure that all resources are mobilised and harnessed effectively, alongside a commitment by all countries to pursue a comprehensive approach to these resources and coherent and appropriate policies.”

To name just a few of these goals:

- climate and energy package and low carbon roadmap for 2050
- 2030 climate and energy policy
- energy efficiency directive
- ongoing legislative proposals on emissions from cars and vans, as well as fluorinated GHG reduction

In my October 10 2012 article EU-Funded Group Outlines Draconian Population Control Scenarios For The Next Forty Years, I covered a document from 2010, funded by the EU and the World Wildlife Fund, titled Scenarios towards a One Planet Economy in Europe, in which several scenarios or “paths” are outlined towards a “one planet economy”. The “policy settings” mentioned within the document that are neatly in line with the endgame as formulated in Agenda 21, namely to redistribute wealth globally, “greening” the global economy and to stabilize (read: reduce) the global population.

In addition, the authors of this document sketch out a scenario in which the EU will control education and media:

In 2050”, the document reads, “Europeans are forced to adopt green lifestyle habits – for example, via bans on non-essential individual long distance travel. By this stage, air travel has long been too expensive for the majority of people. The state controls or heavily influences all available channels of education, media and marketing to spread this message to continually reinforce its adoption and mould perceptions of sustainability.”

This reflects the proposal I covered recently issued by a plethora of prominent scientists to establish an Agenda 21-style scientific dictatorship in the United States. The document by the EU-funded group states:

“By 2020, most media outlets were tightly controlled by the government and used to try to manage behaviour change, selling the “cool to play within the limits” and “green means growth” messages.”

In the 2010 document, the authors also envision a future EU where “voluntary and assisted suicide became legal in all EU countries.”

European Commissioner for the Environment Potočnik recently stated that he “attaches more importance to behaviour-changing policies such as green taxes rather than ‘reactive‘ policies that punish polluters”. Quoting his “good friend” Achim Steiner, Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme, as saying that the idea of governing markets was agreed upon when Agenda 21 was formally created in 1992 at the original Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro:

Twenty years ago, we agreed what to do, now we have the tools to do it. If we do not go into the heart of economic policy, we will meet here at Rio+40 even more culpable. Markets are social constructs. They are not a force like gravity. They can be governed.”

In these couple of sentences effect, the UNEP Secretary-General revealed that, indeed, current economic disparity offers “the tools” to roll out an agenda (21) which was already “agreed upon” in the early 1990s; and second, that our dear Secretary-General wants to go “into the heart of economic policy”; and third, that from the onset of Agenda 21 the idea was to govern free markets. In response to the quote by his “good friend” at the UN, the European environmental commissioner added: Yes they can be governed and they must be governed.”

Another item where the EU chooses to fully align itself with Agenda 21 is the population control agenda. In its recent proclamation, population is mentioned only once and not explicitly in the context of population control. However, viewed in this particular context, this new step by the EC is consistent with the UN’s plan of global population stabilization. The draconian 2010 “One Planet” document:

The EU must take strong measures to limit population growth both in Europe, but more importantly in the rest of the world in the face of increasing demand at a time when technological innovation is stagnant and global shortages (e.g. of fossil fuels and agricultural land) are pushing up prices. In some European countries, life expectancy stagnates; in others it falls.”

Under the the header “Demographics” we read:

Beginning in 2012, one of the measures taken to control population growth was to phase-out child benefits for multi-children families. By 2020, benefits were only provided for up to a maximum of 2 children. As the economy in general has become more labour intensive, immigration policies were relaxed in order to attract low skilled labour, especially for the agriculture sector. This further adds to social tension in the EU. Bilateral trade deals require trading partners to implement population control measures.”

The true nature of Agenda 21 is revealed by the elite’s own statements and publications. However “green” the guise may be behind which they hide their true countenance, their actions expose their intent. For the top layer of sociopaths, it’s about control. For the uppercrust of this TRANSNATIONAL LEVIATHAN, it is about quenching bloodlust.

http://explosivereports.com/2013/03/01/european-commission-announces-full-e…


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MessagePosté le: Lun 18 Mar - 16:39 (2013)    Sujet du message: A BRIEF HISTORY OF APPLAUSE, THE 'BIG DATA' OF THE ANCIENT WORLD Répondre en citant

A BRIEF HISTORY OF APPLAUSE, THE 'BIG DATA' OF THE ANCIENT WORLD

What is the Potemkin villages?

The phrase Potemkin villages (an alternative spelling is Potyomkin villages, derived from the Russian: Потёмкинские деревни, Potyomkinskiye derevni) was originally used to describe a fake village, built only to impress. The phrase is now used, typically in politics and economics, to describe any construction (literal or figurative) built solely to deceive others into thinking that some situation is better than it really is. It is unclear whether the origin of the phrase is factual, an exaggeration, or a myth.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potemkin_village

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By Megan Garber The Atlantic March 15, 2013

And then, suddenly, just when the colors and outlines settle at last to their various duties -- smiling, frivolous duties -- some knob is touched and a torrent of sounds comes to life: voices speaking all together, a walnut cracked, the click of a nutcracker carelessly passed, thirty human hearts drowning mine with their regular beats; the sough and sigh of a thousand trees, the local concord of loud summer birds, and, beyond the river, behind the rhythmic trees, the confused and enthusiastic hullabaloo of bathing young villagers, like a background of wild applause.
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Vladimir Nabokov


In the seventh century, as the Roman empire was in the decline period of its decline and fall, the emperor Heraclius made plans to meet with a barbarian king. Heraclius wanted to intimidate his opponent. But he knew that the Roman army, in its weakened state, was no longer terribly intimidating, particularly when the intended intimidatee was a barbarian. So the emperor hired a group of men to augment his legions -- but for purposes that were less military than they were musical. He hired the men to applaud.

Heraclius's tactic of intimidation-by-noisemaking, the audible version of a Potemkin Village, did nothing to stanch the wounds of a bleeding empire. But it made a fitting postscript to that empire's long relationship with one of the earliest and most universal systems people have used to interact with each other: the clapping of hands. Applause, in the ancient world, was acclamation. But it was also communication. It was, in its way, power. It was a way for frail little humans to recreate, through hands made "thunderous," the rumbles and smashes of nature.

Applause, today, is much the same. In the studio, in the theater, in places where people become publics, we still smack our palms together to show our appreciation -- to create, in cavernous spaces, connection. ("When we applaud a performer," argues the sociobiologist Desmond Morris, "we are, in effect, patting him on the back from a distance.") We applaud dutifully. We applaud politely. We applaud, in the best of circumstances, enthusiastically. We applaud, in the worst, ironically.

Read more at The Atlantic.

http://www.nextgov.com/big-data/2013/03/brief-history-applause-big-data-ancient-world/61906/?oref=nextgov_today_nl



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MessagePosté le: Mer 3 Avr - 01:08 (2013)    Sujet du message: LE PANEL DE L'ONU SUR LES PRIORITÉS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT POST-2015 PLAIDE POUR DE NOUVEAUX PARTENARIATS MONDIAUX Répondre en citant

LE PANEL DE L'ONU SUR LES PRIORITÉS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT POST-2015 PLAIDE POUR DE NOUVEAUX PARTENARIATS MONDIAUX



27 mars 2013 – Un panel d'experts d'éminents des Nations Unies a plaidé mercredi en faveur du renforcement des partenariats mondiaux, qui permettraient d'adopter une approche humaine pour programme de développement pour la période post-2015, date-butoir des Objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement (OMD).

À l'issue d'une réunion de trois jours qui s'est déroulée à Bali, en Indonésie, le Panel de haut niveau établi par le Secrétaire général de l'ONU a publié un communiqué présentant les domaines prioritaires pour parachever le programme d'après 2015.

Ces domaines incluent la gouvernance mondiale et des partenariats « modifiés et dynamisés », la protection de l'environnement, une production et une consommation durables, des moyens de mise en œuvre renforcés, l'accès aux informations et une meilleure répartition des responsabilités pour mesurer les progrès accomplis.

« Lors de la réunion qui s'est tenue cette semaine, nous sommes tombés d'accord sur la nécessité de mettre au point un programme de développement dans le cadre d'un partenariat égal entre toutes les parties prenantes », a indiqué le panel dans le communiqué.

« Un tel partenariat devrait s'appuyer sur les principes d'équité, de viabilité, de solidarité, de respect de l'humanité et des responsabilités partagées en fonction des capacités respectives. Notre vision consiste à ÉRADIQUER L'EXTRÊME PAUVRETÉ sous toutes ses formes dans le contexte du DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE et à jeter les bases d'une prospérité pour tous », a ajouté le panel.

Le panel a consulté de nombreux acteurs de la société civile, des universitaires, des responsables des Nations Unies et de gouvernements, et des chefs d'entreprise, sur un large éventail de sujets liés au développement. = mais pas l'ensemble des citoyens qui n'ont rien à dire de toutes ces réformes démentielles ni de l'usurpation de toutes les souverainetés des pays.

Le Secrétaire général de l'ONU, Ban Ki-moon, avait nommé les membres du panel en 2012 et leur avait confié la mission de formuler des recommandations pour un cadre ambitieux, mais réalisable, du programme de développement pour l'après 2015. Le rapport final du panel devrait être présenté au Secrétaire général à la fin du mois de mai 2013.

http://www.un.org/apps/newsFr/storyF.asp?NewsID=30061&Cr=2015&Cr1=


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MessagePosté le: Mer 3 Avr - 01:22 (2013)    Sujet du message: REVITALIZATION CAN ENSURE GENERAL ASSEMBLY BECOMES ‘PARLIAMENT OF NATIONS’ – PRESIDENT Répondre en citant

APPOLYON RISING - THE AGE OF THE GODS - THE KINGDOM OF THE ANTICHRIST 2013

REVITALIZATION CAN ENSURE GENERAL ASSEMBLY BECOMES ‘PARLIAMENT OF NATIONS’ – PRESIDENT


General Assembly President Vuk Jeremic. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

2 April 2013 – Revitalizing the General Assembly can help ensure that the chief deliberative and policy-making body of the United Nations becomes a true, universal “parliament of nations” where the world’s most important issues are discussed and decisions taken, its President said today.

Addressing the first meeting of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Revitalization of the Work of the General Assembly, Vuk Jeremic said he believed this is “a conditio sine qua non for an international system that aspires to justice, and pledges not only equal rights to all nations, but aims to safeguard their equal dignity as well.”

He said he strongly believed that revitalization is fundamentally about empowering the Member States to make the fullest possible use of the broad capacities provided by the UN Charter to the General Assembly

The Assembly, which comprises representatives of all 193 Member States, is the main deliberative body of the UN and one of its six principal organs. The work of the Organization year-round derives largely from the mandates given by the Assembly. The revitalization process aims to enhance its role, authority, effectiveness and efficiency.

The discussions in the Ad Hoc Working Group are organized by Ambassador Mootaz Ahmadein Khalil of Egypt who has proposed a plan of work that is grouped into four clusters.

The first cluster is focused on the Assembly’s role and responsibilities, as well as its relationship to the other principal organs of the UN and regional organizations.

The second relates to significant technical matters, such as working methods, implementation of resolutions, and agenda streamlining, in addition to discussing options for more time-conscious and secure balloting in the plenary.

The third revolves around a consideration of the role of the Assembly in the selection of the Secretary-General, as well as other executive heads within the UN system.

The fourth cluster includes an examination of the functions of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, its relationship with the Secretariat, and ways in which the Office’s institutional memory can be enhanced. Within this context, the Group will also look at options for increasing the assignment of permanent UN staff to the Office, as well as its level of funding.

“I believe that the current apportionment is manifestly inadequate,” Mr. Jeremic said in his remarks today, maintaining that the lack of funding discourages some countries from presenting candidates for Assemble President.

“For most small- and medium-sized countries – particularly those from the developing world – this one-year position is perhaps the most important multilateral post for which they have the opportunity to run,” he noted.

In deliberating whether to present a candidature for Assembly President, no Member State should be constrained by the possible financial implications of victory, Mr. Jeremic stated.

“In my view, this constitutes an undue burden. In this institution, where each member is equal to every other, all must have an equal opportunity to exercise the duties of the PGA to the best of their ability, not their country’s capacity to finance them.

“I therefore respectively appeal to this Group to make a strong recommendation to level the fiscal playing field, by calling for a larger allocation of funds from the regular UN budget to be granted to the Office of the President.”

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=44542&Cr=general+assembly&Cr1=


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RELIGIOUS LEADERS URGE G8 COUNTRIES TO KEEP WORKING ON
MILLENNIUM GOAL


MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS - WHAT ARE THEY?




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London, April 05, 2013 (Zenit.org)

Here is a letter signed by Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster, and other religious leaders, urging the heads of the Group of 8 nations to stay on course in achieving the MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS.


The letter was sent to the Financial Times.

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Sir, April 5 marks the start of the 1,000-day countdown to achieving the MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS BY THE 2015 DEADLINE. It is an appropriate moment for heads of government of the Group of Eight leading economies to pause and to reflect on progress to date.

Development is working. But challenges remain. The number of people living in extreme poverty has been halved ahead of time and 14,000 fewer children die each day than in 1990. Yet one in eight people still goes to bed hungry every night and more than 2m die of malnutrition each year.

Even as conversations accelerate as to what ought to replace the MDGs, we should not slacken our efforts towards realising existing goals. Meeting the remaining targets, while challenging, is possible – but only if governments do not waiver from the moral and political commitments that they made more than a decade ago.

Thirteen years on from the start of the millennium, the values and principles that drive these goals are as imperative as ever. The financial crisis may be a reason but is not an excuse for hesitation or deferral. The MDGs remind us that, in addition to providing for the wellbeing of our own societies, we have a collective responsibility to uphold human dignity and the common good at the global level. Each individual has a value that can never be lost and must never be ignored.

With a focus on tax, trade and transparency, the UK presidency of the G8 this year has the potential to advance the MDG agenda in ways that strike at the underlying causes of poverty, in particular by ensuring the wealth created by developing countries is not lost through unfair tax practices, a lack of transparency or a failure to secure the benefits of trade for developing countries.

As religious leaders from across the G8, we recommend that our heads of government take the following actions when they meet in June. First, fulfil existing commitments to spend 0.7 per cent of national income on aid. Second, launch a G8 convention on tax transparency that commits signatory countries to preventing individuals and companies from hiding wealth so that it is untraceable. Third, press for greater financial transparency from governments of developing countries so that the citizens of these countries can hold their governments to account for the money they spend.

Reaching a purposeful consensus on these areas will not be easy. But, if the political will and moral leadership is forthcoming, this year’s G8 could help to create an environment that encourages the conditions for inclusive, equitable and sustainable economic growth – conditions that are desperately needed if we are to realise the MDGs and even greater things beyond.

The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury (UK)

The Most Revd Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster (UK)

The Most Revd Philip Tartaglia, Archbishop of Glasgow (UK)

Rt Revd Albert O. Bogle, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (UK)

The Most Revd David Chillingworth, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane,

Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church (UK)

Revd Jonathan Edwards,

General Secretary, Baptist Union of Great Britain

Mr Paul Parker,

Recording Clerk, Religious Society of Friends of Great Britain

Mrs Val Morrison,

General Secretary of the United Reformed Church (UK)

Rev Dr Michael Jagessar,

Moderator of the General Assembly of the United Reformed Church (UK)

Rev Dr Mark Wakelin,

President of the Conference of the Methodist Church in Britain

Revd Simon Walkling,

Moderator, National Synod of Wales of the United Reformed Church

Rev R. Kenneth Lindsay,

President of the Methodist Church in Ireland

Archbishop Paul Hackman,

Trans-Atlantic and Pacific Alliances of Churches (UK)

Commissioner Clive Adams,

Territorial Commander, Salvation Army, UK and ROI

Revd Joel Edwards,

Director, Micah Challenge International

Rt Revd Mar Theodosius,

Diocesan Epicsopa, Mar Thoma Church (UK)

Rev Michael Heaney,

General Secretary of the Congregational Federation (UK)

Rev Torbjørn Holt,

Chairman, Council of Lutheran Churches in the UK

Rt Revd Munib Younan,

President, Lutheran World Federation (Jordan)

Ravinder Kaur Nijjar,

Co-Chair of Religions for Peace European Women of Faith Network (UK)

Lord Indarjit Singh,

Network of Sikh Organisations (UK)

Mr Julian Bond,

Director, Christian-Muslim Forum (UK)

Dr Natubhai Shah,

Chair/CEO Jain Network (UK)

Bhai Sahib, Bhai Mohinder Singh Ahluwalia,

Chairman, Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha (UK)

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United Kingdom and on behalf of its sister Assemblies of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, and the United States

Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra,

Christian Muslim Forum Co-Chair and Assistant Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain

Mr Toufik Kacimi,

Christian Muslim Forum President

Ayatollah Dr Sayyid Fadhil Al-Milani,

Imam Al-Khoei Islamic Centre (UK)

Dr Manazir Ahsan,

Co-Chair, Inter Faith Network,

Director General, Islamic Foundation (UK)

Mr Yousif Al-Khoei,

Director, Al-Khoei Foundation UK

Mr Ramesh Pattni,

Co-Chair, Hindu Christian Forum, Hindu Forum of Britain

Mr Nitin Palan,

BAPS Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir (UK)

Mr Malcolm Deboo,

President, Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe

Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari,

Chairman of the East London Mosque,

Former Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain

Rabbi Dr Tony Bayfield,

The Movement for Reform Judaism (UK)

Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner,

Movement Rabbi for the Movement for Reform Judaism (UK)

Rabbi Natan Levy,

Interfaith and Social Action consultant, Board of Deputies of British Jews

Rabbi Danny Rich,

Chief Executive, Liberal Judaism (UK)

Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg,

Senior Rabbi of the Masorti Movement (UK)

Rabbi Avrohom Pinter,

Charedi Rabbi (UK)

Rt Revd Paul Hendricks,

Auxiliary Bishop, Archdiocese of Southwark,

Co-Chair, Christian Muslim Forum (UK)

Anjum Anwar,

Dialogue Development Officer, exChange Project, Blackburn Cathedral,

Chair, Woman’s Voice,

Trustee, Christian Muslim Forum (UK)

His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel of France,

Ecumenical Patriarchate, President of the Conference of European Churches (Fra)

The Most Revd Dr Katharine Jefferts Schori,

Presiding Bishop and Primate, Episcopal Church (US)

Rabbi Richard A. Marker,

Former Chair, Elijah Board of World Religious Leaders (US)

Mr Dave Courchene,

Elder and Spiritual Leader, Anishnabe Nation, Eagle Clan (Canada)

Mrs Pascale Fremond,

President, Religions for Peace – Canada

Dr Victor C. Goldbloom

Representative of Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs

The Most Revd Fred Hiltz,

Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Canada

Mr Mark Huyser-Wierenga,

Chair of the Board, Citizens for Public Justice (Canada)

Rt Revd Susan C. Johnson,

National Bishop, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada

Mobeenuddin H. Khaja,

President, Association of Progressive Muslims of Canada

The Right Revd Gary Paterson,

Moderator, The United Church of Canada

Pandit Roopnauth Sharma,

President, Hindu Federation, and Spiritual Leader, Shri Ram Mandir, Mississauga (Canada)

Mr Prem Singh Vinning,

President, World Sikh Organisation of Canada

The Rev Dr James Christie,

Director, Ridd Institute for Religion and Global Policy, University of Winnipeg, Canada

The Rev Dr Karen Hamilton,

General Secretary, The Canadian Council of Churches

Major Jim Champ,

President, The Canadian Council of Churches

Dr H.C. Nikolaus Schneider,

Chair of the Council of the Evangelical Church in Germany

Bishop Martin Schindehütte,

Head of the Department for Ecumenical Relations and Ministries Abroad, Evangelical Church in Germany

Rev Regina Claas,

General Secretary, Union of Evangelical Free Churches in Germany

Revd Martin Affolderbach,

General Secretary, G8 Religious Leaders Summit, Germany

Prof Dr Johannes Lähnemann,

Vice Secretary of the Round Tables of Religions in Germany

Rabbi Dr Henry G. Brandt,

General Rabbi Conference of the Central Council of Jews in Germany

Mr Bekir Alboga,

Deputy General Secretary of the Turkish Islamic Union of the Public Institution for Religion (Germany)

Dr Timmo Guezelmansur,

Head of the Center for Christian Muslim Dialogue of the Catholic Bishop’s Conference in Germany

Hilary Keachie,

Protestant Youth Federation Germany

Prof Dr Assaad Elias Kattan,

Orthodox Churches in Germany

Rt Revd Prof Dr Martin Hein,

Protestant Church of Kurhessen-Waldeck (Germany)

Mr Michael Gerhard,

Council of the Buddhist Union in Germany

Most Rev Masanori Yoshimura,

President, Japanese Association of Religious Organisations,

Patriarch, Shinto Shinshu-kyo (Japan)

Most Ven Yukei Matsunaga,

Honorary President, G8 Religious Leaders Summit 2008

Patriarch, Shingon Esoteric Buddhism (Japan)

Very Ven Koho Murayama,

President, International Religious Fellowship,

Lord Chancellor, Soto Zen Buddhism (Japan)

Most Revd Mitsuo Miyake,

President, International Association for Religious Freedom,

Senior Chief Minister, Shinto Konko Church of Izuo (Japan)

Most Ven Jisho Omori,

Patriarch, Benten-shu Buddhism,

Chief Abbot, Myoohji Temple (Japan)

Most Ven Nisshin Matsushita,

Patriarch, Honmon Hokke-shu Lotus Buddhism,

Chief Abbot, Myorenji Temple (Japan)

Rev Takeshi Nishida,

President, Itto-en Religious Community,

Adviser, Religion for Peace (Japan)

Most Revd Tsunetada Mayumi,

Chief Priest, Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine (Japan)

Yoshinobu Miyake,

General Secretary, G8 Religious Leaders Summit Japan

Maulana Mohammed Shahid Raza,

Muslim College and former Minab chairman

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MessagePosté le: Dim 26 Mai - 07:14 (2013)    Sujet du message: GOUVERNEMENT DE PAIX OU DE DICTATURE? (PARTIE 2) Répondre en citant

 

ONU : COMBATTRE LES CAUSES DU TERRORISME EN AFRIQUE

Intervention du Saint-Siège Rome, 15 mai 2013
(Zenit.org) Anne Kurian |

En Afrique, la communauté internationale doit fournir « les ressources financières, éducatives et technologiques nécessaires pour s'attaquer aux causes sous-jacentes qui favorisent le terrorisme », estime le Saint-Siège.


Une délégation du Saint-Siège auprès de l’ONU à New-York est intervenue à l'occasion du débat du Conseil de sécurité sur "Les enjeux de la lutte contre le terrorisme en Afrique dans le contexte du maintien de la PAIX et de la SÉCURITÉ INTERNATIONALES", hier, 13 mai 2013.

Le Saint-Siège s’inquiète notamment de « la prolifération inacceptable du terrorisme dans toutes les régions du monde et en particulier en Afrique ». Il dénonce le « silence » des leaders politiques, sociaux et religieux et le « désintérêt des médias » sur les actes de terrorisme qui surviennent en Afrique, « par rapport aux autres régions du monde ».

Combattre les causes du terrorisme

En Afrique, la réponse au terrorisme nécessite « une plus grande coopération internationale », estime la délégation, qui invite à « fournir les ressources financières, éducatives et technologiques nécessaires pour s'attaquer aux causes sous-jacentes qui favorisent le terrorisme ».

En effet, explique-t-elle, « dans les zones dépourvues du respect des droits de l'homme, où les gens se sentent abandonnés par la société, les organisations terroristes peuvent alimenter un sentiment de désillusion et se nourrissent de ces injustices pour tenter de justifier leurs actions ».

En outre, ajoute le Saint-Siège, la lutte contre le terrorisme en Afrique doit aussi « promouvoir la coopération entre les parties prenantes, comme les familles, les organisations religieuses, les chefs tribaux et communautaires et d'autres acteurs de la société civile ».

Il s’agit de donner à ces communautés « la possibilité de lutter contre le terrorisme » tout en promouvant « une meilleure compréhension » et « la coopération entre les collectivités locales ».

Non à la manipulation de la religion

Le Saint-Siège condamne fermement le terrorisme, qui « par sa nature même, manifeste un mépris total pour la vie et la dignité humaine », car il utilise « la destruction et le meurtre de personnes innocentes » comme « moyen pour la fin à atteindre ».

En d’autres termes, « les actes de terrorisme atteignent le cœur même de la dignité humaine et constituent une offense à l'humanité tout entière ».

Il condamne « le recours au terrorisme sous toutes ses formes et rejette, en particulier, la manipulation de la religion pour justifier les attaques contre la vie humaine innocente ».

Pour le Saint-Siège, les dirigeants et les communautés religieuses doivent « jouer un rôle important dans la lutte contre les fausses idéologies terroristes », en réaffirmant « avec force que la violence au nom de la religion est l'antithèse de la religion et contribue à sa destruction », mais aussi en « nourrissant la compréhension et le respect entre les personnes et les communautés culturelles, sociales et religieuses ».

Ne pas oublier les victimes

Pour lutter contre ce « fléau », le Saint-Siège appelle donc à la promotion « du DIALOGUE INTERRELIGIEUX » mais également « DU DÉVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL, CULTUREL ET ÉCONOMIQUE ».

Il invite la communauté internationale à « un engagement et une action visant à protéger la vie et à faire respecter tous les droits fondamentaux ».

Il demande enfin de ne pas oublier « les victimes du terrorisme », qui « se battent pour réhabiliter leurs vies brisées », ou encore ceux qui « vivent aujourd'hui dans la peur » de perdre leur vie. Ces personnes, poursuit-il, sont en droit de « recevoir le soutien nécessaire » dans « leur deuil et leur réhabilitation ».
 
Réponses locales et internationales

La défense contre le terrorisme exige « des réponses à la fois locales et internationales », souligne le Saint-Siège : au niveau local, l'Etat et les acteurs locaux et internationaux doivent refuser « le recours à l'utilisation ultérieure de la violence dans un cycle sans fin », et chercher plutôt à « identifier les responsables, établir leur responsabilité pénale, et les poursuivre en justice conformément aux droits fondamentaux de l'homme ».

Au niveau international, la communauté des nations a la « responsabilité » de « favoriser les conditions qui empêcheront les groupes terroristes de se développer », notamment par une meilleure coopération policière et judiciaire et par la CONSTRUCTION DE « PONTS ENTRE LES PEUPLES de différents pays et de divers milieux ethniques et religieux ».

L'année dernière, le Saint-Siège a ratifié la Convention internationale pour la répression du financement du terrorisme (cf. Zenit du 27 janvier 2012) et la Convention de l’ONU sur la prévention et la répression des crimes contre les personnes qui jouissent d’une protection internationale, y compris les diplomates (cf. Zenit du 27 septembre 2012).

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U.S., EU LEAD GLOBAL NONPROLIFERATION, BIOSURVEILLANCE EFFORTS

By Cheryl Pellerin
American Forces Press Service
 

WASHINGTON, May 28, 2013 – As nuclear, biological and chemical threats continue to evolve worldwide, partnership between the United States and European Union countries to counter such threats remains critical, a senior Defense Department official said today in Helsinki.

Andrew C. Weber, assistant secretary of defense for nuclear, chemical and biological defense programs, spoke at a meeting of the Atlantic Council on U.S.-European Union cooperation in countering the use of weapons of mass destruction.

The Atlantic Council is a public policy institution founded in 1961 to promote transatlantic cooperation and international security.

“In the coming years,” Weber said, “our countries must continue to work together to raise safety and security standards, strengthen the Global Partnership and the [Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons], detect and report threats in real time, and promote disarmament.”

The Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction consists of 25 countries, including 12 members of the European Union, works to reduce the global risk.

Such threats, Weber added, “are evolving in ways that affect all of our countries.”

Increasing globalization, advances in dual-use technologies, and the emergence of new microbes and drug-resistant pathogens are complicating the ability to meet nonproliferation and counterproliferation goals, the assistant secretary observed.

Advances in technology and the work of illicit networks are making it easier for nonstate actors to access materials needed to produce weapons of mass destruction, he added, and the regimes in Syria and North Korea “are proving that we must maintain our focus on state-sponsored programs.”

The European Union and the United States have made firm commitments to addressing the full range of concerns about weapons of mass destruction, Weber said.

As Finland’s 2012 Security and Defense Policy report points out,” he continued, ‘In the era of global challenges the EU and the United States, being close strategic partners, are expected to cooperate to achieve lasting solutions.’”

Cooperation is especially important in addressing threats of this magnitude and complexity, he said. “As Finland’s defense policy report notes,” he added, “the U.S. administration believes strongly in using partnerships and cooperation to mitigate global threats.”

Weber called this a guiding principle for efforts to counter weapons of mass destruction threats.

In December, he noted, President Barack Obama said the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction, or CTR, program to reduce nuclear, biological and chemical threats is one of the most important U.S. national security programs and a perfect example of the kind of partnerships needed to meet challenges that no nation can address on its own.

“For two decades, our cooperative threat reduction work focused on the former Soviet Union and on reducing nuclear threats. Since then, it has evolved both geographically and by focus area,” Weber said. That evolution, along with other collaborative efforts, is increasing the cooperative threat reduction focus on biological threats, he noted.

“The United States looks forward to working with international partners to launch, enhance and link global networks for real-time biosurveillance, expanding International Health Regulation capabilities across the globe and developing novel diagnostics,” he said, adding that many European Union countries with advanced biological-science sectors are helping to build global reporting networks.

Weber said that uniting the health, security and emergency-response sectors in the United States and European Union countries is critical to preparedness for any kind of threat.

“By applying this principal to our international partnerships, both the EU and the United States are contributing to more resilient communities around the world,” he added.

The European Union and the United States also lead the world on a path toward disarmament, the assistant secretary said, and strengthening the nonproliferation treaty and other nonproliferation initiatives remains a core principle of their defense strategies.

Weber recognized Finland’s leadership on this and its commitment to moving toward a weapons-of-mass-destruction-free zone in the Middle East. He also commended the efforts of Ambassador Jaakko Laajava, Finnish undersecretary of state for foreign and security policy, to set the conditions for making this vision a reality.

“For the United States,” he said, “President Obama has set a bold vision for disarmament and continues to prioritize the Nuclear Security Summit process … [and] established ambitious goals for a world safe and secure from biological threats.”

The assistant secretary quoted part of Obama’s 2012 address before the U.N. General Assembly: “We must come together to prevent and detect and fight every kind of biological danger -- whether it’s a pandemic like H1N1, or a terrorist threat, or a treatable disease.’”

Under the president’s leadership, Weber said, “the United States now has national strategies for countering biological threats and advancing global biosurveillance capabilities.” 

http://www.defense.gov/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=120158 


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