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Überprüfung Deutschlands durch den UN-Antirassismus-Ausschuss 2015: Informationen zu zivilgesellschaftlichen Beteiligungsmöglichkeiten

Der UN-Antirassismus-Ausschuss wird auf seiner Sitzung vom 27. April bis 15. Mai 2015 den Staatenbericht Deutschlands behandeln. Damit überprüft der Ausschuss, wie Deutschland seine Verpflichtungen aus der UN-Antirassismus-Konvention (ICERD) umgesetzt hat und spricht Empfehlungen für weitere Handlungsschritte aus. Zivilgesellschaftliche Organisationen können sich an dem Verfahren beteiligen. Das Informationsblatt informiert in aktualisierter Fassung über Beteiligungsmöglichkeiten.

Handreichung

4 S.

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February 2015

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Annual Report 2012

Germany's National Human Rights Institution presents the focus points of its work in 2012 in interviews, debates, reports and comments. Find out more about Germany's state of affairs in the Universal Periodic Review in Geneva and where the UN sees room for improvement of the human rights situation in Germany; how the German Institute for Human Rights stresses international obligations with Amicus curiae briefs in ongoing proceedings; and what role courts should assume in the implementation of the UN CRPD.

Editor: German Institute for Human Rights

Annual Report

Language: English

ISBN 978-3-942315-92-0 (Print)
ISSN 1869-0564 (Print)

58 pages

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Annual report

December 2013

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Jahresbericht 2012

Die Nationale Menschenrechtsinstitution Deutschlands stellt in Interviews, Gesprächen, Berichten, Porträts und Kommentaren die thematischen Schwerpunkte seiner Arbeit im Jahr 2012 vor. Lesen Sie mehr zu Deutschlands Abschneiden im UPR-Verfahren in Genf und wo die Vereinten Nationen Verbesserungspotenzial für die Menschenrechte in Deutschland sehen, wie das Deutsche Institut für Menschenrechte Deutschlands internationale Verpflichtungen mit Amicus-Curiae-Stellungnahmen in laufenden Verfahren stärker zur Geltung bringt und welche Rolle die Gerichte bei der Umsetzung der UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention spielen.

Herausgeber: Deutsches Institut für Menschenrechte

Jahresbericht

ISBN 978-3-942315-68-5 (PDF)
ISSN 1869-0564 (PDF)

55 S.

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Annual report

October 2013

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Written Contribution of the GIHR to the UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance's report on "Glorification of Nazism"

Statement

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Statement

May 2013

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Written Contribution by the German Institute for Human Rights to the Thematic Discussion of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on Racist Hate Speech (August 28th, 2012)

Statement

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Statement

August 2012

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Jahresbericht 2011

Das Deutsche Institut für Menschenrechte hat jetzt den Jahresbericht 2011 vorgelegt. Mit Interviews, Gesprächen, Berichten, Porträts und Kommentaren stellt er die Arbeitsschwerpunkte des Instituts - der Nationalen Menschenrechtsinstitution Deutschlands – vor. Leserinnen und Leser erfahren beispielsweise, warum rassistische Äußerungen kein Kavaliersdelikt sind, Hunger ein Menschenrechtsproblem ist, vor welchen Schwierigkeiten Menschen mit Behinderungen stehen, wenn sie in Deutschland ihr Wahlrecht ausüben wollen, oder wie Politikberatung im Deutschen Institut für Menschenrechte funktioniert.

Herausgeber: Deutsches Institut für Menschenrechte

Jahresbericht

ISBN 978-3-942315-46-3 (PDF)
ISSN 1869-0564 (PDF)

60 S.

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Annual report

July 2012

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Jahresbericht/Annual Report 2010

Editor: Deutsches Institut für Menschenrechte

Annual Report

Languages: German, Englisch 

ISBN 978-3-942315-23-4 (PDF-Version)
ISSN 1869-0564 (Print-Version) 

72 p. 

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Annual report

December 2011

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Statement German Instituts for Human Rights at the Human Rights Council 16-06-2010

Statement

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Statement

June 2010

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Statement German Institute for Human Rights – Durban Review Conference

Statement

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Statement

April 2009

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Statement HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL, 10th SESSION, MARCH 2009, Agenda item 9

Statement

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Statement

March 2009

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Policy Paper No. 13: The Durban Review Conference - Why the EU Governments Should Participate

At the Third World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance held in Durban in 2001, governments committed themselves to take a number of practical measures against racism. A general review of these commitments is to take place at a United Nations Conference in Geneva in late April 2009. Known as the Durban Review, the planned conference has been the focus of fierce controversy. To contribute towards a better understanding of the situation, the paper will discuss some of the background and history behind the dispute.

 

Author: Heiner Bielefeldt

Policy Paper

ISSN: 1614-2195

10 p.

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Policy Paper

March 2009

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Jahresbericht/Annual Report 2004

In 2004 the institute placed great emphasis on a number of themes: By incessantly speaking out in favour of signing and ratifying the additional protocol to the United Nations Convention against Torture, the institute lends its support to the prevention of torture and the cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment of people. At the same time, it also bolsters an international mechanism of prevention that can only produce tangible results once a sufficient number of signatories have ratified it. The institute's statements on the question of headscarves worn by Muslim women served to make the domestic debate more objective by adding a human rights perspective. The second half of the year was largely dominated by events organized in connection with the Concluding Observations on Germany of four United Nations treaty bodies on human rights, as well as by events in connection with the Third Report on Germany of the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance.

 

Editor: German Institute for Human Rights

Annual Report

43 p.

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Annual report

August 2005

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Jahresbericht/Annual Report 2002

In 2002, the German Institute for Human Rights, founded in March 2001, undertook some major steps in the direction of a functioning human rights institution, a valuable research institute and a service point for information on human rights in Germany in 2002. This report provides an overview of the important developments.

 

Editor: German Institute for Human Rights

Annual Report

23 p.

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Annual report

August 2003

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