[CML 000443] Re: 人権理事会「人民の平和への権利」決議

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2009年 6月 24日 (水) 16:54:13 JST






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●2010年 あんぽ条約50周年改定でなく平和条約でいこ● 
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> 件名: [CML 000440] 人権理事会「人民の平和への権利」決議
> 前田 朗です。
> 6月24日
> 人権理事会11会期の「人民の平和への権利の促進」決議です。2010年2月
> までにワークショップを開いて、平和への権利概念をより明確にしようと述べて
> います。
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> リビア、ブラジル、ブルキナファソ、カメルーン、チリ、中国、キューバ、ジブ
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> イナ、イギリス。
> 棄権がインド。
> 見事な分かれ方です。
> 11/4 Promotion of the right of peoples to peace
> The Human Rights Council,
> Recalling all previous resolutions on the promotion of the right of
> peoples to peace adopted by the General Assembly, the Commission on
> Human Rights and the Human Rights Council,
> Taking note of General Assembly resolution 39/11 of 12 November 1984,
> entitled “Declaration of the Right of Peoples to Peace”, and the United
> Nations Millennium Declaration,
> Determined to foster strict respect for the Purposes and Principles
> enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations,
> Bearing in mind that one of the purposes of the United Nations is to
> achieve international cooperation in solving international problems of
> an economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character, and to promote
> and encourage respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for all
> without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion,
> Underlining, in accordance with the purposes and principles of the
> United Nations, its full and active support for the Organization and the
> enhancement of its role and effectiveness in strengthening international
> peace, security and justice and in promoting the solution of
> international problems, and the development of friendly relations and
> cooperation among States,
> Reaffirming the obligation of all States to settle their international
> disputes by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace,
> security, human rights and justice are not endangered,
> Emphasizing its objective of promoting better relations among all States
> and contributing to creating conditions in which their people can live
> in true and lasting peace, free from any threat to or attack against
> their security,
> Reaffirming the obligation of all States to refrain, in their
> international relations, from the threat or use of force against the
> territorial integrity or political independence of any State, or from
> acting in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United
> Nations,
> Reaffirming also its commitment to peace, security and justice, respect
> for human rights and the continuing development of friendly relations
> and cooperation among States,
> Rejecting the use of violence in the pursuit of political aims, and
> stressing that only peaceful political solutions can assure a stable and
> democratic future for all peoples around the world,
> Reaffirming the importance of ensuring respect for the Purposes and
> Principles of the Charter of the United Nations and international law,
> including sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence
> of States,
> Reaffirming also that all peoples have the right to self-determination,
> by virtue of which they freely determine their political status and
> freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development,
> Reaffirming further the Declaration on Principles of International Law
> concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States in accordance
> with the Charter of the United Nations,
> Recognizing that peace and security, development and human rights are
> mutually interlinked and reinforcing,
> Affirming that human rights include social, economic and cultural rights
> and the right to peace, a healthy environment and development, and that
> development is, in fact, the realization of these rights,
> Underlining that the subjection of peoples to alien subjugation,
> domination and exploitation constitutes a denial of fundamental rights,
> is contrary to the Charter and an impediment to the promotion of world
> peace and cooperation,
> Recalling that everyone is entitled to a social and international order
> in which the rights and freedoms set forth in the Universal Declaration
> of Human Rights can be fully realized,
> Convinced of the aim of creating conditions of stability and well-being,
> which are necessary for peaceful and friendly relations among nations
> based on respect for the principle of the equal rights and
> self-determination of peoples,
> Convinced also that life without war is the primary international
> prerequisite for the material well-being, development and progress of
> countries and for the full implementation of the rights and fundamental
> human freedoms proclaimed by the United Nations,
> Convinced further that international cooperation in the field of human
> rights contributes to the creation of an international environment of
> peace and stability,
> 1. Reaffirms that the peoples of our planet have a sacred right to peace;
> 2. Also reaffirms that the preservation of the right of peoples to peace
> and the promotion of its implementation constitute a fundamental
> obligation of all States;
> 3. Stresses the importance of peace for the promotion and protection of
> all human rights for all;
> 4. Also stresses that the deep fault line that divides human society
> between the rich and the poor and the ever-increasing gap between the
> developed and developing worlds pose a major threat to global
> prosperity, peace, human rights, security and stability;
> 5. Further stresses that peace and security, development and human
> rights are the pillars of the United Nations system and the foundations
> for collective security and well-being;
> 6. Emphasizes that ensuring the exercise of the right of peoples to
> peace and its promotion demand that the policies of States be directed
> towards the elimination of the threat of war, particularly nuclear war,
> the renunciation of the use or threat of use of force in international
> relations and the settlement of international disputes by peaceful means
> on the basis of the Charter of the United Nations;
> 7. Affirms that all States should promote the establishment, maintenance
> and strengthening of international peace and security and an
> international system based on respect for the Principles enshrined in
> the Charter and the promotion of all human rights and fundamental
> freedoms, including the right to development and the right of peoples to
> self-determination;
> 8. Urges all States to respect and to put into practice the Principles
> and Purposes of the Charter in their relations with all other States,
> irrespective of their political, economic or social systems, or of their
> size, geographical location or level of economic development;
> 9. Reaffirms the duty of all States, in accordance with the Principles
> of the Charter, to use peaceful means to settle any dispute to which
> they are parties and the continuance of which is likely to endanger the
> maintenance of international peace and security, and encourages States
> to settle their disputes as early as possible, as an important
> contribution to the promotion and protection of all human rights of
> everyone and all peoples;
> 10. Underlines the vital importance of education for peace as a tool to
> foster the realization of the right of peoples to peace, and encourages
> States, United Nations specialized agencies and intergovernmental and
> non-governmental organizations to contribute actively to this endeavour;
> 11. Reiterates its request to the United Nations High Commissioner for
> Human Rights to convene, before February 2010, and taking into account
> previous practices, a workshop on the right of peoples to peace, with
> the participation of experts from all regions of the world, in order to:
> (a) Further clarify the content and scope of this right;
> (b) Propose measures that raise awareness of the importance of realizing
> this right;
> (c) Suggest concrete actions to mobilize States, intergovernmental and
> non-governmental organizations in the promotion of the right of peoples
> to peace;
> 12. Requests the High Commissioner to report on the outcome of the
> workshop to the Council at its fourteenth session;
> 13. Invites States and relevant United Nations human rights mechanisms
> and procedures to continue to pay attention to the importance of mutual
> cooperation, understanding and dialogue in ensuring the promotion and
> protection of all human rights;
> 14. Decides to continue considering the issue at its fourteenth session
> under the same agenda item.
> 27th meeting
> 17 June 2009
> [Adopted by a recorded vote of 32 to 13, with 1 abstention. The voting
> was as follows:
> In favour: Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bolivia, Brazil,
> Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chile, China, Cuba, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon,
> Ghana, Indonesia, Jordan, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico,
> Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Russian Federation,
> Saudi Arabia, Senegal, SouthAfrica, Uruguay, Zambia;
> Against: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan,
> Netherlands, Republic of Korea, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland,
> Ukraine, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland;
> Abstaining: India.]

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