A Global Agenda: Issues Before the 53rd General Assembly of the United Nations

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http://cfcdornelles.com.br/includes/dragon/the-promise.php Crime prevention and criminal justice and International drug control. Wednesday 3 October Social development. Friday 28 September Ministerial-level meeting on the Central African Republic. Prevention and Control of Non-communicable diseases. Thursday 27 September United to end tuberculosis: an urgent global response to a global epidemic. The Road to Marrakech. Tuesday 25 September Monday 24 September Nelson Mandela Peace Summit.

Thursday 6 September International Day Against Nuclear Tests. Wednesday 5 September Towards a Global Pact for the Environment. Conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction. Wednesday 29 August Security Council Open Debate on Mediation and Settlement of Disputes In his statement, Archbishop Auza praised the role of patient dialogue and negotiation as a tool for the settlement of disputes and called for such mediation to be fair and impartial.

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High-Level Conference on Counter-Terrorism. Comprehensive review of the situation in the Middle East and North Africa. The Impact of Good Parenting on Children and Society In his remarks, Archbishop Auza emphasized the importance of mothers and fathers and of their joint, selfless and life-long dedication to raise the next generation, stating that the future of humanity depends on how well parents fulfill that mission.

Protection of civilians in armed conflict. Upholding international law within the context of the maintenance of international peace and security. United Nations Integrated Approach to Peace In its remarks at the fourth interactive session, the Holy See said that there is a mutual relationship between sustainable development and sustainable peace. Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace In its remarks at the Plenary Session, the Holy See said that peacebuilding is one of the must important activities of the United Nations and underlined five priorities.

The situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian Question. Protecting and Promoting Human Rights in the Amazon In his remarks, Archbishop Auza insisted that indigenous peoples should always be treated as dignified partners of their development and destiny, with free, prior and informed consent in all matters concerning them. Statement from the Conclusion of CPD on Sustainable cities, human mobility and international migration.

Wednesday 11 April Sustainable cities, human mobility and international migration The Holy See Mission gave a statement during the 51st Session of the Commission on Population and Development and said that when properly managed, migration positively contributes to sustainable development. Wednesday 28 March Wednesday 14 March Tuesday 20 February Tuesday 6 February Thursday 25 January Message of Pope Francis to Diplomats In his address to diplomats, Pope Francis reiterated that the Holy See seeks to promote the spiritual and material well-being of the human person and to pursue the common good.

Sunday 31 December Friday 29 December Thursday 21 December Statement on Jerusalem at the Tenth Emergency Special Session In its statement, the Holy See said that the historical status quo of Jerusalem as a holy city and "spiritual capital" to millions of believers from the three monotheistic religions must be respected and guaranteed. Wednesday 6 December Concluding Session for the Preparatory process towards the global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration. Follow-up and Implementation Session for the Preparatory process towards the global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration.

Tuesday 5 December Preparatory process towards the global compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration In his intervention, Archbishop Auza said that the informal thematic debates of this phase have led to clarity on how migration is a common, natural and human response to crisis and to desire for a better life. Tuesday 21 November Trafficking in Persons in Conflict Situations. Fourth Committee Statement on the Effects of atomic radiation. Wednesday 1 November Security Council Open Debate on Children and Armed Conflict Archbishop Auza called for more efforts to safeguard children from being recruited or abducted, and for Governments to treat children involved in armed conflict as victims rather than combatants.

Fourth Committee Statement on Peacekeping Operations Archbishop Auza said that UN peacekeeping operations are indispensable and have contributed to the resolution of many armed conflict situations. Wednesday 25 October Wednesday 18 October The Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question Archbishop Auza said that the Palestinian Question remains prominent among the problems facing the Middle East, and that the Holy See firmly believes that the only option for peaceful coexistence is to have two independent States.

International Cooperation in the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space Archbishop Auza emphasized that outer space is a common heritage of humanity and is destined for the common good. Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer Space Because the world is increasingly dependent on space technologies, it is left increasingly vulnerable to attacks against space technology; a war in space could potentially be more devastating to civilizations than armed conflict on the ground.

Agricultural Development, Food Security and Nutrition. General and Complete Disarmament. Saturday 14 October Second Committee Intervention on Globalization and Interdependence.

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Thursday 12 October Second Committee Intervention on Eradication of Poverty The Holy See emphasized that poverty is one of the tragic outcomes of social, economic and political exclusion that blocks the participation necessary for integral human development and concentrates development benefits and opportunities in the hands of some. Sixth Committee Intervention on the Principle of universal jurisdiction The Holy See said that the solidarity and the responsibility to protect requires, in the face of impunity, resolute action to create universally agreed jurisdictional norms to prosecute and deter the worst violations of human rights.

OAS Statement on the theme: Encuentro de dos mundos. Wednesday 11 October Tuesday 10 October General Debate of the First Committee. Second Committee Intervention on Sustainable Development Archbishop Auza said that sustainable development must be integral and go beyond economic growth, but include the growth of the whole person and every person in the context of the community and environment. Third Committee Intervention on Advancement of Women Archbishop Auza emphasized the importance of education for women and girls, highlighting the specific challenges of girls in poverty and remote rural areas who may be excluded from the education necessary for full participation in society.

Sixth Committee Intervention on the Rule of Law at the National and International Levels Archbishop Auza said that efforts to strengthen the rule of law at the national and international levels must be evaluated by whether they have had a tangible, measurable impact on the most vulnerable.

Second Committee Intervention on Macroeconomic policy questions and International Conferences on Financing for Development Increasing debt relief, humanitarian aid, and donor commitments for the growing burden of global refugee costs will help make possible the achievement of the Agenda for Sustainable Development. Wednesday 4 October Third Committee debate on Social Development Archbishop Auza said while progress is being made in the eradication of poverty, increasing inequality, the recent rise in the number of people suffering from hunger, and the number of people still left behind cannot but concern the international community.

Wednesday 27 September Protection of and assistance to trafficking victims Archbishop Gallagher said that the Political Declaration on the Implementation of the Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons calls for compassion for survivors and appropriate care for their recovery and rehabilitation, especially by establishing partnerships with faith-based organizations and other relevant partners.

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High-Level Meeting on UN Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons Archbishop Gallagher said that since the adoption of the Global Plan of Action in , the problem of human trafficking has worsened, but the resources to combat the problem have also grown. Tuesday 26 September Monday 25 September Archbishop Gallagher at the General Debate Archbishop Gallagher applauded the focus on people, especially those on the margins, something that means not just guarding them from heinous crimes but placing their good ahead of national and geopolitical interests; it also means protecting their human dignity, their right to life, freedom of religion, food, water, housing, work and to a safe environment.

Friday 22 September Protection of Religious Minorities in Conflict Archbishop Gallagher noted that war and conflict regularly provide the backdrop for religious minorities to be targeted for persecution, violence, enslavement, exile, murder, ethnic cleansing and other crimes against humanity. Archbishop Gallagher at High-level Meeting on the Syrian crisis Archbishop Gallagher, on behalf of Pope Francis, praised and thanked all those who are working for a political solution and to care for the victims of the Syrian conflict. Wednesday 20 September Tenth Conference: Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty The Holy See ratified the CTBT as an expression of its conviction of the importance of a nuclear test ban and nuclear nonproliferation and as a critical complement to broad nuclear disarmament efforts.

Ministerial-level meeting on the Central African Republic In his statement, Archbishop Gallagher said the Holy See was greatly concerned about the worsening of the conflict in the CAR and said that more effective action in protecting civilians, regardless of religion or rank, is necessary to promote impartiality and increase trust.

Thursday 7 September High-Level Forum on a Culture of Peace Building a culture of peace requires fighting injustice and tackling the root causes that lead to war and violence. Wednesday 6 September The Responsibility to Protect and Accountability for Prevention Archbishop Auza said that while the Responsibility to Protect was only defined by the international community at the World Summit, the United Nations was basically born with and from the idea: while it is the primary responsibility of States is to protect their populations, when they fail or are incapable, it is the international community's responsibility to protect populations exposed to genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.

Effective Implementation of the New Urban Agenda In his statement, Archbishop Auza emphasized the importance of building and nurturing sustainable, inclusive, safe and peaceful cities that are centered on the human person and provide a healthy environment for all inhabitants. Contributions of migrants and diaspora to all dimensions of sustainable development In his statement, Father Czerny noted first that the link between migration and development can be seen in how, when integral development is lacking in their home countries, many feel compelled to flee.

Mobilizing Religious Communities to End Poverty and Promote Peace The SDGs are not ends in themselves, but means, means to bring about the true good of persons and peoples through care for our common home and all our roommates in that common home. Role of Religious Leaders and Actors to Prevent Incitement to Violence that Could Lead to Atrocity Crimes In his statement, Archbishop Auza said religious leaders play a major role in preventing atrocity crimes by promoting peace and interreligious dialogue, which influence the behaviors and mentalities of those in their communities.

Enhancing the Contribution of Older Persons to Social Development In its statement, the Holy See emphasized the urgent need to develop concrete, practical measures to protect the rights and answer the needs of the elderly. Security Council: Non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction In his statement, Archbishop Auza said the proliferation of weapons, both conventional and of mass destruction, aggravates situations of conflict and causes suffering for many innocent people.

OAS: Open Discussion on Migration Archbishop Auza said that the welfare of migrants and refugees is a key priority for Pope Francis, and stressed the importance of addressing the drivers of migration such as conflict, violence, economic and political instability, drug trafficking, and natural disasters, in order to find sustainable solutions for the migration crisis. OAS: Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law Archbishop Auza said that at the heart of human rights is the recognition that all people have inherent equal dignity and worth, flowing from their fundamental right to life.

Ocean Conference: Managing, protecting, conserving and restoring marine and coastal ecosystems In his intervention, Cardinal Turkson said that the increase in human activities in the ocean foreseen in upcoming years challenges us to improve marine-related knowledge and research, develop better conservation strategies and improve policies, laws, regulations and behavior to keep our oceans, seas and marine resources sustainable. Forum on Financing for Development. Global Compact on safe, orderly and regular migration: Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication.

Global Compact on safe, orderly and regular migration: Human-made crises as drivers of Migration. The situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question. Wednesday 19 April Reaching a whole government approach to Migration: national and local perspectives.

Changing population age structures and sustainable development In his statement at the Commission on Population and Development, Archbishop Auza said that the world is challenged by a demographic shift from young, growing populations with high fertility and low mortality to older populations with lower fertility, higher mortality and higher consumption. UN Conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination.

Intervention: UN Convention on the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction. Message of Pope Francis: UN Conference to Negotiate Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons The common destiny of mankind demands the pragmatic strengthening of dialogue and the building and consolidating of mechanisms of trust and cooperation, capable of creating the conditions for a world without nuclear weapons.

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Climate Change and the Sustainable Development Agenda. Water for Sustainable Development. Security Council Open Debate on Trafficking in persons in conflict situations: forced labour, slavery and other similar practices. Tuesday 21 February Maintenance of international peace and security: Conflicts in Europe. Wednesday 15 February Monday 13 February CSocD Agenda Item 3 a : Strategies for eradicating poverty to achieve sustainable development for all.

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Wednesday 21 December Security Council Open Debate on Maintenance of International Peace and Security: Trafficking in persons in conflict situations People of goodwill, whatever their religious beliefs, can never allow women, children and men to be treated merely as objects, to be deceived, violated, often sold and resold for profit, leaving them devastated in mind and body only to be finally eliminated or abandoned.

Thursday 15 December Preventing catastrophe: A global agenda for stopping the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction by non-State actors. Monday 12 December Measures to enhance the promotion and protection of the human rights and dignity of older persons. Tuesday 22 November Wednesday 2 November Third Committee Agenda item 68 b, c : Promotion and protection of human rights.

Wednesday 26 October Fourth Committee Agenda Item Comprehensive review of the whole question of peacekeeping operations in all their aspects. Tuesday 25 October Second Committee Agenda Item Agriculture development, food security and nutrition. Thursday 20 October Wednesday 19 October First Committee Agenda Item 96 a : Prevention of an arms race in outer space. Tuesday 18 October Note of the Holy See on the First Anniversary of the Adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals Heeding the words of Pope Francis, the Holy See wishes to consider certain principles in evaluating the Agenda and in interpreting and implementing it at the national and international levels.

First Committee Agenda Item 98 c : Nuclear disarmament. Tuesday 11 October First Committee General Debate. Third Committee Agenda Item Advancement of women. Thursday 6 October Wednesday 5 October Statement at Second Committee General Debate. Tuesday 27 September Sunday 25 September High-Level Meeting on Antimicrobial Resistance The Holy See shares the deep concern repeatedly expressed by the United Nations General Assembly and by the governing bodies of the relevant Specialized Agencies with regard to the prevalence and impact of antimicrobial resistance in all parts of the world.

Thursday 22 September Cardinal Parolin Address at the General Debate of the 71st Session of the GA The achievement of the twenty-thirty Agenda involves an important assumption of responsibility on the part of Governments and the commitment of all for the common good. Monday 19 September Intervention from the Summit for Refugees and Migrants. Security Council open debate on Non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Wednesday 3 August High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development.

Elimination the Trafficking of Children and Youth. Panel I: Interfaith harmony — promoting inter-religious dialogue and tolerance, as well as a culture of peace As delivered in New York on May 6, Agenda Item 4: Strengthening the demographic evidence base for the post development agenda As delivered in New York, on April 12, Tuesday 23 February Tuesday 16 February Monday 15 February Agenda Item 3 a : Rethinking and strengthening social development in the contemporary world As delivered in New York on February 8, Wednesday 27 January Tuesday 19 January Tuesday 17 November Tuesday 10 November Tuesday 3 November Wednesday 28 October Statement on Agenda Item Prevention of an arms race in outer space Statement on Agenda Item Prevention of an arms race in outer space.

Thursday 22 October Tuesday 20 October Statement on Agenda Item The rule of law at the national and international levels Statement of H. Thursday 15 October Statement on Agenda Item 68 a, b : Promotion and protection of the rights of children Statement of H. Wednesday 14 October Statement on Agenda item Measures to eliminate international terrorism Statement of H. Tuesday 13 October Thursday 8 October Thursday 1 October Wednesday 30 September Tuesday 29 September Intervention Of H.

Sunday 27 September Saturday 26 September Brief Greetings by His Excellency Mons. Friday 25 September Tuesday 1 September Children and Armed Conflict Intervention of H. Wednesday 29 April Persecution of Christians Remarks by H. Wednesday 15 April Women, Peace, Security Intervention of H. Wednesday 25 March Wednesday 18 March Archbishop Bernardito Auza Statement of H. Tuesday 10 February Rethinking and strengthening social development in the contemporary world Statement by H.

Wednesday 3 December Monday 17 November Thursday 13 November Wednesday 29 October Tuesday 28 October Agenda Item Agriculture development, food security and nutrition Statement of H. Thursday 23 October Agenda Item 23 a-c : Eradication of poverty Statement of H. Tuesday 21 October Agenda Item Rights of indigenous peoples Statement by H. Thursday 16 October Archbishop Auza?

Tuesday 14 October Thursday 9 October Item Crime prevention and criminal justice Item; International drug control Statement by H. Wednesday 8 October Monday 29 September Sunday 28 September Saturday 27 September Friday 26 September Wednesday 24 September Tuesday 23 September Monday 22 September Tuesday 16 September Wednesday 30 April Wednesday 12 February Thursday 6 February Thursday 7 November Tuesday 29 October Wednesday 23 October Friday 27 September Monday 16 September Sunday 8 September Thursday 5 September Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside.

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