OSMTH FRANCE GPFT (ONG à l'ONU)

DECLARATIONS OSMTH A l'ONU (DROITS HOMME) 2009

GPFT ARMOIRIES                 GPFT- GRAND PRIEURE DE FRANCE DU TEMPLE

                                                           Membre fondateur de l' OSMTH *
                                       (Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem)
Organisation Non Gouvernementale à statut consultatif spécial aux Nations Unies (ECOSOC N°19885)
                     Membre du D.P.I. / ONU et du CoNGO (Conférence des ONG à statut consultatif)
                Membre du Conseil d'Administration du Bureau International de la Paix (Prix Nobel 1910)
                             Membre de la Plateforme des Droits Fondamentaux de l'Union Européenne
 
* OSMTH: Ordre international déclaré en France selon la loi de 1901 et représenté exclusivement par le GPFT
* OSMTH ( en Anglais, Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem)
 
 
 
 
DECLARATIONS COSIGNEES PAR L' OSMTH AVEC D'AUTRES ONG
 
 
CONCERNANT LES DROITS DE L'HOMME
 
 
 
 
 
 
Xème Session du Conseil des Droits de  l'Homme
Déclaration conjointe des ONG sur l'Education aux Droits de l'Homme
Lors de la Xème session du Conseil des Droits de l'Homme ONU Genève, 2 au 15 Mars 2009
 
 
 Cosignée par 56 ONG à statut consultatif (dont l'OSMTH) , 308 ONG sans statut consultatif ainsi que 5 institutions nationales des Droits de l'Homme, représentant 88 pays de tous les continents. 
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XIème Session du Conseil des Droits de  l'Homme
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Concernant la seconde phase du Programme Mondial pour l'Education aux Droits de l'Homme
(XIème session du Conseil des Droits de l'Homme) ONU Genève 18 Septembre 2009

 18 September 2009 -Joint NGO Statement

 The World Programme for Human Rights Education - From the First to the Second Phase

Addressed to  The UN Human Rights Council 12th session (14 Sep. - 02 Oct. 2009)

Agenda Item 2 & 3: GENERAL DEBATE Item 2: Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and reports of the Office of the High Commissioner and the Secretary-General

Item 3: Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development

Kazunari Fujii on behalf of:

Soka Gakkai International (SGI)

International Organization for the Right to Education and Freedom of Education (OIDEL)

World Federation of UN Associations (WFUNA)

CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation

International Alliance of Women (IAW)

Women's World Summit Foundation (WWSF)

Pan Pacific and South East Asia Women's Association (PPSEAWA)

International Federation of University Women (IFUW)

International Organization for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (EAFORD)

Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem (OSMTH)

Human Rights Education Associates (HREA)

Worldwide Organization for Women (WOW)

Al-Hakim Foundation


Thank you Mr. President,

I speak on behalf of 13 organisations.We welcome the High Commissioner’s Report entitled the consultation on the focus of the second phase of the World Programme for Human Rights Education (A/HRC/12/36). We also support the initiative of the Platform for Human Rights Education and Training by its six Member States (Costa Rica, Italy, Morocco, Philippines, Slovenia and Switzerland) of a draft resolution to determine the focus of the second phase.  As the High Commissioner’s report clearly indicates, specific rights holders are in need of human rights education to enable them to defend their rights. They include deprived and rural communities and all vulnerable or marginalised populations, not only children and women but also migrant workers, persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, the elderly, persons in detention, refugees and internally displaced persons as well as minorities. Human rights education is also a sustainable approach to democracy particularly through training for officers of government, law enforcement and judicial systems, as well as for health and social workers.

Mr. President, For the effective implementation of the World Programme in all its Phases, we call upon the Member States to ensure the following.

First of all, any activity initiated during each phase must be maintained and developed. The shift from one phase to another should not end the implementation of the previous phase.

Second, each country should prepare a national plan of action in order to determine concrete objectives identify indicators for evaluation, and define duty bearers and rights holders in each Phase.

Third, in all Phases, civil society actors including NGOs must play a vital role. The ultimate purpose of human rights education is the full realisation of human rights for all by building a universal culture of human rights. The national budgetary allocation for human rights education must be ensured as a matter of the utmost importance. Establishing a voluntary fund for human rights education within the UN referred for consideration in several resolutions[1] of the former Commission on Human Rights would substantially assist civil society in this area.

To conclude, Mr. President, The national evaluation report of the first phase to be prepared by all Member States would indicate the extent to which the respective Member State can be held accountable. We will closely monitor the vital process of the shift from the first to the second Phase. Thank you, Mr. President.


[1] E.g., Commission on Human Rights Resolution 2003/70 (April 2003) on the UN Decade for Human Rights Education.

 

30 September 2009 Joint NGO Statement

Draft UN Declaration on Human Rights Education and Training

Addressed to The UN Human Rights Council 12th session (14 Sep. - 02 Oct. 2009)

Agenda 5: Human rights bodies and mechanisms

GENERAL DEBATE

Claudia Neury on behalf of:

International Organization for the Right to Education and Freedom of Education (OIDEL)

Soka Gakkai International (SGI)

International Federation of University Women (IFUW)

HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION ASSOCIATES (HREA)

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION (EAFORD)

ISTITUTO INTERNAZIONALE mARIA AUSILIATRICE (iima)

INTERNATIONAL vOLUNTEERISM ASSOCIATION wOMAN eDUCATION dEVELOPMENT (VIDES)

NEW HUMANITY

PAN PACIFIC AND SOUTH EAST ASIA WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL (PPSEAWA)

AL HAKIM FUNDATION

SERVAS INTERNATIONAL

SOVEREIGN MILITARY ORDER OF THE TEMPLE OF JERUSALEM (OSMTH)

INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT AGAINST ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AND RACISM (IMADR)

WORLD FEDERATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATIONS (WFUNA)

CONGREGATION OF OUR LADY OF CHARITY OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD

Thank you Mr. President,

I speak on behalf of 15 organisations. We appreciate the current status of the work carried out by the Advisory Committee on preparation of a draft UN declaration on human rights education and training.

Regarding the preliminary draft prepared by the drafting group of the Advisory Committee, we would like to highlight the efforts and interests of many civil society actors who have made valuable contributions through responses to the questionnaire circulated by the Advisory Committee, and presentations at the Seminar in Marrakech for gathering concrete elements for the draft.

It has become clear that the declaration should adopt the rights-based approach to human rights education and training. All marginalised and vulnerable populations are in need of human rights education and training to defend their own rights. The aspect of gender equality and the role of women should also be included in the drafting process.

We appreciate that all stakeholders are invited to submit their comment on the preliminary draft for which the deadline is set to the end of September. Yet, we find it necessary that the following modalities be considered for all stakeholders regarding the drafting process.

First, between the January 2010 session of the Advisory Committee and the March 2010 session of the Council when the first draft is expected to be ready, all stakeholders should be invited for further comment on the first draft.

Second, as proposed in the draft decision prepared by the Platform in the Council, an interactive dialogue on the first draft of the declaration should be held during the High Level Segment of the March 2010 session of the Council.

Mr. President,

In order that the draft declaration be formulated in truly meaningful terms, we will continue monitoring the entire drafting process and contributing suggestions and comments in the process.  Thank you, Mr. President.

Date de dernière mise à jour : 30/10/2011