Thirty-three texts regarding treaty bodies and legislature in Guatemala.
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This paper explores the extent to which Pacific Island Courts have applied United Human Rights Conventions (UNHRC) to domestic law. Attention is applied to article 43(2) of the new Fiji Island Constitution, which specifically authorises the application of public international human rights law in the interpretation of rights.
The Committee considered the combined initial, second and third periodic report of Vanuatu (CEDAW/C/VUT/1-3) at its 779th and 780th meetings, on 18 May 2007 (CEDAW/C/SR.779 and 780).
The database includes summary records, concluding observations, information from UN agencies, list of issues, state party’s reports on various treaties.
Thi website lists the ratification of international treaties for the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu.
Includes documents on various human rights conventions on Vanuatu
The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique process which involves a review of the human rights records of all UN Member States. The UPR is a State-driven process, under the auspices of the Human Rights Council, which provides the opportunity for each State to declare what actions they have taken to improve the human rights situations in their countries and to fulfil their human rights obligations. As one of the main features of the Council, the UPR is designed to ensure equal treatment for every country when their human rights situations are assessed.